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The shop really mean it, it is really salty. Great as a bar food, but definitely need to share by a group. Don't expect you can finish this by your own, you will be eating way too much salt if you did. Price: Unsure, but you can expect RM80 per pax if you are having proper me and drinking, Food: 9/10

Goan prawn curry originated from Goa. Hence, Goan.

The prawns were very fresh. The curry was rich, smooth. For me, nothing really stood out with this curry. I’ve actually not come across this dish elsewhere so can’t make a comparison either.

This is RM38.

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I LOVE paneer. So for me its a must try at every new Northern Indian restaurant I go to.

The gravy is slightly sweet as it is made in a tomato based gravy. This dish isn’t spicy, at least not to me. Love the smooth, creamy texture of the gravy. If you love paneer, go for it!

This is RM31.

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Batata fritters also known as batata vada in India. It means potato fritters.

It consists of a potato mash patty coated with chick pea flour. This is serves with chutney. I love potatoes so this was great!

My Gujerati friend from India said it tastes exactly like how his mother makes it. I take that as a stamp of approval from a native.

This is RM15.

This masala chai is awesome! I love it! I’ve been trying to find one in KL that tastes as good as the one I had in India. This is it! and it comes in a clay cup instead of the usual metal cups used by Indian restaurants.

If you’re drinking more than 2 cups, order the pot. Our server didn’t advise us and we ordered individual cups. We ended up having 3 cups. Also, the pot is a vintage pot, good for photos.

This is RM8.

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Why did I not discover this sooner?!

I LOVE the topping of chopped tomatoes, coriander, onion and green chilli, seasoned with salt and pepper. So yummy! A should try for me.

This is RM8.

Chicken tandoori was heavily spiced and meat quite tender.

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Quite a pretty presentation of the Briyani. Served with yogurt and Dahl.

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