274 Jalan 5/51 Seksyen 5
46000 Petaling Jaya
E101° 39' 19.4" N3° 5' 12.6")
Brendan from the airport this evening and the first thing he asked for was
curry! Truth be told, Cat and I have had enough of
curry and had wanted to abstain from it for a while but since Brendan always
has an insatiable appetite for curry we could hardly say no.
been meaning to try Kavitha's Curry House
out for a while now since reading rave reviews on the internet, and thought
that this would as good a time as any to give it a go since it would be on our
way home anyway.
|it has a trick up its sleeve|
|rows of curry|
|clear and concise|
Kavitha's Curry House is
your typical no-frills neighbourhood banana leaf restaurant. The inconspicuous sign
board and exterior/interior tells you to come and simply enjoy the food on
offer. What sets this banana leaf restaurant apart from the others though, is
the fact that the cuts of chicken, mackerel, squid and other cuts of meat are well
marinated and only prepared and fried upon order, on a piece meal basis. The photo
below best illustrates what we mean:
|well marinated; made to order|
Cat and I had the fried
mackerel while Brendan had the fried chicken. The freshly fried dishes were
simply delectable and something we do not normally experience elsewhere.
We were also happy to note that unlike other similar establishments, Kavitha's portions of vegetable side dishes were very generous.
|we started with the generous side dishes|
|she's happy to be able to nag again; he is not amused|
|then came the voluminous rice|
|freshly fried, made to order|
|everyone digging in|
|only in Malaysia beveages|
Including a round of Iced Lemon Tea for Cat and Brendan, and an Iced Coffee for
moi the total surprisingly came to RM39.90, which is within the realms of the
everyday food for the everyday person. Truth be told, Cat and I breathed a
collective sigh of relief. For a while we were worried that the freshly fried
dishes could prove costly. All in all, it was a pretty remarkable experience
(nothing beats well marinated and freshly fried mackerel), an experience that we will be repeating soon enough (if a certain Belgium friend ever decides to pay us a visit, wink wink).
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