Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Curry Leaf

Curry Leaf's signature curry fish head is good for a party of 4 or 5. I was quite surprised at the generous portion and I love the amount of eggplant and okra in it. This dish alone is sufficient to go without the banana leaf rice; thick flavourful gravy accompanied with fish and vegetables. An alternative would be the claypot fish curry, for those who prefer to have it boneless.

I swear I've never knew what Paneer is prior to this. I'm sure most of you know it's spinach and cheese. I have to admit that I love this dish very much!!! The cheese are all freshly made, I have no idea what sorcery is this but it's good. The cheese a little sourish and soft (well I have nothing else to compare to as it was my first Paneer attempt), and the greens are just about right - not too much herbs or some odd funny taste I may dislike. I thought it's fit for those who love it mild, because I do and I could snack on this all day...

Can't decide between fish, squid or chicken? Save that headache as curry leaf platter has got everything sorted.

This has got to be the one and only sweet naan I've had in my life too. It's an upgraded version of Kashmari naan where the founder thought it's nicer and fresher to have it with mangoes. We had it after our savoury meal, like a dessert. PS - you can't get this anywhere else, Kashmari naan does not come with mangoes, only in Curry Leaf!

People only talk about Bangsar's Sri Nirwana Maju or Devi's when it comes to Banana Leaf Rice... Every joint has their own specialty and it's sometimes difficult to decide which is the best. There can only be a best based on your personal preference. Curry Leaf feeds the PJ crowd - with the opening of Starling Mall, it makes the place so much easier to get a parking.

Unlike the usual white rice, you can opt for the briyani version - prettier for your cameras too!

As for their side dishes, it's really nothing like what you get in Nirwana. It has a hint of Chinese influence and the herbs used is moderate. Some people may find it too bland but I like it that way.

Especially their signature eggplant! Expect to get other side dishes as they change on a daily basis. All except for their signature eggplant. It's not too oily, not overpowered with Indian spices or curry leaves; it is so good it deserves a picture on its own!!

If you have heard of Curry Leaf Seremban, it's a branch out and very fortunately it is still run by the family who founded the place. Thank you Michelle for the recommendation and we look forward to dine here again.

This may not be the most authentic Indian food, simply because the founders are of mix marriage, , I call this authentically Malaysian.

Curry Leaf Restaurant  
75, Jalan SS 21/37,
Damansara Utama
Petaling Jaya
47400 Selangor
Malaysia
03.7726.5880
Opening Hours
Daily 7am - 10.30pm

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