I came here some time ago. At that time, they used to have the buffet lunch for less than RM20 which was considered okay price for a north Indian restaurant. Unfortunately when we came in July, they no longer serve buffet for lunch. They are now offering set lunch and different menu for each day.
Since it was a Wednesday, the set lunch of the day would be Mutton Madrasi. Since I don’t take mutton, I ordered some dishes from the a la carte menu.This is the set lunch which one of my friends had. The portion is more than sufficient for one person (RM13.90). The set lunch consist of acar (pickle), papadam, mint sauce, mutton madrasi, navrattan korma (vegetable curry), aloo gobi (cauliflower) and gulab jamun for dessert.
This is ‘chicken pokaras’ (RM9), my first time having this. Normally it is the plain or the onion version and it would be called ‘pakora’. The taste was OK but can’t really taste any chicken in it. The portion is just nice for 3-4 people.
Here is the Chicken Madrasi (RM18.50) and Brinjal Masala (RM11). We also ordered garlic naan (RM5) and plain briyani rice (RM6). The chicken madrasi tasted nice, not too heavy with spices, the sauce is not too thick as well. So when you eat it with naan or rice, it will be a good combination. The brinjal masala was so so. The naan and briyani rice was good. The only thing I would comment is that the portion of the chicken madrasi and brinjal masala seemed small for the price. The lunch set seems to be quite worthy.
I had the mango lassi (RM6) which was ok. I find it too sweet and doesn’t taste like fresh mango is used. Since we came here at around 12+pm, we didn’t had to wait for our food for long.
Visited in July 2014. How would I rate them? The atmosphere 4/5, Service 4/5, F&B 3.5/5.