Banana Leaf Rice

RM7.00 · 7 Reviews

Whether you’re here for late night eats or for a banana leaf rice lunch, this mamak-restaurant in Bangsar has it all. In the day, customers flock upstairs for air-conditioning and Devi's famed Banana Leaf Rice (RM7.50) — best paired with Devi’s Chicken Sambal (RM12). When the curry bucket reaches your table, always go with the robust crab curry, banjir-style. Come suppertime, the simple and tasty Maggi Goreng (from RM6) and Cheese Naan (from RM7) will satisfy.
Photo by Burppler Brian Leow

Merry-making in Bangsar's many bars comes with a convenient spot to convene after: Devi's Corner. The almost always busy-mamak is a master of many, including their famed Banana Leaf Rice (RM7.50) with crab curry, Roti Canai (RM1.60) and a butter-loaded Garlic Cheese Naan (RM6) with Tandoori Chicken (RM8.50) to sate comfort food cravings. It was only of late that we also discovered their excellent Mee Goreng Mamak (RM4.50), flavour-packed yellow noodles fried with the same trimmings one would find in rojak — fried tofu, dough fritters and beansprouts. Wash supper down with a glass of Teh Tarik (RM1.60) to fuel you through the weekend night out!
Avg price per person: RM15
Photo by Burppler PeiJean Han

Banana Leaf Rice yang best sekali. Weekly blr craving 9dim.

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The very first thing i gotta have upon touchdown. Thank you @carolinemayling & @ericleeh for fetching and accompanying me blr.

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