Run by a Chinese – Pakistani couple it seems, so the culinary roots are very close to it’s origin run the Chinese way. The signage at the shop tells some talks about the shop’s history. Starting first with Tandori and Naan, then evolving to some Indian-Mamak items such roti chanai and now Bombay side dishes.
Overall: 9.5/10 (Still giving a almost perfect score)
Taste bud indulgence: 10/10 (taste has been fairly constant for the last few visits.)
Purse saver: 10/10 (Since it's naan fill with cheese, you can't expect it be to cheap, aren't you? But it does worth your penny)
Atmosphere: 9/10 (Typical mamak atmosphere, the service has been improve since my last few visits)