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For a meaty main, go for this chicken curry! Expect tender, fall-off-the-bone thigh meat swimming in that spicy, zingy gravy. It is, however, on the runnier side, which I鈥檝e noticed with Keralan curries.

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Good for two, this veggie-loaded biryani came piping hot, moist and fragrant. It has a mildly sweet and nfruity finish too! The star is cashew 鈥 as with all of the other must-orders at this new Keralan spot in Bangsar.

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Roasted spring chicken in salty sour dough

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Having dark chocolate is essential in life because it promotes happiness and reduces stress. What more when it comes in the form of ice cream cake. Sour cherry sorbet wrapped in 63% dark chocolate and vanilla ice cream coated with dark chocolate served on dark chocolate crumbles. I find the dark chocolate ice cream inclines towards the sweeter side but it was well balance with the sour cherry sorbet. RM20 per piece, Latt茅 RM11 per cup,

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New spot for Keralan fare in Bangsar! Like its competitors in the area, Gajaa has a buffet spread at lunch (from RM24.90 pp), but we found the a la carte options to be more attractive.

This one鈥檚 the mixed vegetable kurma, made with cashews, coconut milk and a myriad of spices. I like the creaminess of that gravy ladled over rice, and the generous portion of green beans!

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Loaded with carrots, beans and peas, the veggies are cooked in a rich coconut and cashew curry that鈥檚 out of this world. There鈥檚 a tinge of sweetness, and thank goodness for that as it鈥檚 pretty fiery. I soaked my briyani with this.

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If you must have protein, get this curry. Slightly sweet yet spicy, the onion-base (tasted like it!) gravy coats tender pieces of chicken that鈥檚 tasty to the bone.

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Squeeze the lime for some zing before mixing the fragrant briyani rice. Veggie-friendly it may be, and meat was the last thing on my mind after digging into this. It鈥檚 creamy (from the coconut milk), spicy and just satisfying.

These lavish looking foie gras dumplings topped with scallops and caviar has a very unique texture. As the foie gras has a fragile body, it makes the whole dumpling slightly mushy but you鈥檙e still able to bite chunk of seafood in it. RM48 per portion.

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This fragrantly wok fried carrot cake with spicy scallop sauce got to be one of the best I鈥檝e tasted since a long time. Big cubes of carrot cake are evenly coated with egg mixture that makes the edges crispy and soft inside. 馃い Really worth every calories. RM28 per serving.

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These Crystal shrimp dumplings topped with fish roe are freshly made upon order and filled with large shrimps. Though the price tag was on the higher side. RM32 per portion.

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These steamed chicken and seafood dumplings makes the regular Siew Mai taste slightly luxurious with those mini abalones on them. RM38 per serving.

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