Thursday, July 19, 2007

Anjappar Chettinad Non-Veg Restaurant at Jln Maarof, Bangsar.

Greetings… It’s been a while since my last post, work was murder but like many of us, food kept me alive. The server at work only allows viewing of blogs and no postings can be made. Thankfully automotive forums are still allowed.

It was one of those lazy Sunday nights when me and my girl felt we needed some good old northern Indian spice to “detox” ourselves. So we took a walk aimlessly along the Telawi Streets in search of Indian Food other than Nirvana. I love Nirvana’s banana leaf rice but I just felt like doing something else… Anjappar was too hard to miss as there were quite a number of customers in it and since there were only a handful of tables left, why not give this place a try then?

We ordered a few dishes for sharing, the lamb massala you see here was the best. Thick spicy gravy with just the right combination of spices. Went really well with the white Basmathy rice they served, which were also worth mentioning for its rich fragrant and delectable texture.


I had banana leaf rice, a basic set of rice served with various types of curry. I can't recall all of it, but the typical Malaysian shouldn't have any problems digesting these little spicy cups.


Next came the Ithli, some sort of bread served with my favourite Chatni. Steamy hot, it came at the perfect timing just as it was raining, turning the air conditioned restaurant into a lil’ fridge. Erm, i already "sapu-ed" one piece before the photo....

The Palakpaneer is a must have at Anjappar. It’s almost a permanent fixture on every dining table. It’s essentially spinach stewed with goat’s cheese and though it may not sound appetizing to me first, but I fell in love with it almost instantly after a spoonful. Once again, having it with the superb rice served was just right.


Price: RM 35.20 inclusive of drinks…
Tummy rate: 8.4/10

8 comments:

"Joe" who is constantly craving said...

hey..u r back..looks good man..i recently had that indian detox cravings as well haha..

KampungboyCitygal said...

hahaha..joe had the spinach cheese thing as well..hmm very reasonably priced n near to my office shall give it a try

New Kid on the Blog said...

hv not really try on authentical indian food.
hmmm, shld try one... hor??

Fezzaboy said...

Yup, i love indian cuisine... price is quite reasonable too.

wmw said...

Aaargh...lamb, the meat after my own heart :o)

jason said...

Yo.. welcome back on the blogsphere! Feels like wanna have spicy thing for lunch after reading this but my throat... don't think it'll permits me to do so :(

Fezzaboy said...

Yeah, i'll just have to re-adjust my time table now, coz i can no longer post entries here thanks to our Bank's super smart server.

By the way people, Nirvana is moving to the Arabian sqaure at Bukit Bintang this September.... sigh...

UnkaLeong said...

OMG...Banana leaf...

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