RSMY House of Real Beriani Kuala Lumpur

Hello lovelies…

Shout out to all of you who love Indian cuisine as much as I do!

Ay~ Ay~

A few weeks ago, my Dolphin Angel (mDA) and I went to our favorite Indian restaurant, named RSMY Restaurant located in Jalan Medan Tuanku, Kuala Lumpur.

Been there a couple of times, but never thought about blogging this restaurant tho…until lately, I feel so excited enough to share my review with you, girls.

Sharing is caring…right? ūüėČ

Oh, by the way…I’m not getting paid for this review. So, girls… you can definitely trust on whatever I’m about to say, aite?

The restaurant that we went is their second franchise after Setapak, Kuala Lumpur. The third franchise is in Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor. I bet there will be more franchises to be opened soon!

The restaurant started getting fame for their undisputed cheese naan. But as you could see on the franchise that we went, they highlighted beriani rice as on their signboard.

Hmmm…that’s strange!

I assumed every franchise has their own specialty.

Maybe?

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RSMY Restaurant in Setapak, KL. Image property of Timeout.com
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RSMY Restaurant in Jalan Medan Tuanku, KL. Image property of funntaste.com
The RSMY Restaurant interior.
Clean and bright restaurant.

For this visit, we ordered:

  1. Garlic cheese naan;
  2. Chicken tandoori; and
  3. Lamb shank.

Lesson learned from our previous visits.

“Do not order too much because the foods portion are big!”.

The service is fast. Our foods were served in a few minutes and they are all fresh and hot!

Silence filled in the atmosphere as we dig our foods until we burped at the end of the meal.

Hohoho…excuse us!

My garlic cheese naan.

There is no denial about their cheese naan. It is the best cheese naan I have ever had. The naan bread is so fluffy and there are lots and lots of cheese filling that ooey out like a lava.

Cheesy naan. Image property of shamieraosment.com
The juicy chicken tandoori.

The chicken tandoori was well marinated and there were no MSG or colouring added. How did I know that? Because, compared to other chicken tandooris I ate before, this RSMY’s chicken tandoori colour is less red and the color doesn’t lingered in my fingers after I washed my hand (I eat chicken with my hands). The meat is fresh and juicy. I could taste all the spices in every bites.

Emmm…hmmm…

It’s finger lickin’ good!

This is how they grilled the chicken.
The tasty lamb shank.

I can’t comment much on the lamb shank because I don’t really like to eat mutton, but one thing I know for sure is mDA ordered this menu every time he came here. He said the meat was so soft and tender.

Heaven~

So girls, check out this place if you are in Kuala Lumpur;

RSMY Best Cheese Naan
Lot 11&13, Jalan Medan Tuanku,

Medan Tuanku, 50300
Kuala Lumpur.

Tel: +603-2697 0700

Come and share with us your experience at The RSMY Restaurant in the comment below. Do you like it or hate it? I would love to know about it ūüėČ

 

 

The oven for the naan.
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Sarang Cookery Restaurant

Hello lovelies…

Last weekend, my Dolphin Angel and I went to try out a peranakan chinese (also referred to as baba nyonya) restaurant which was located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

What is peranakan chinese?

Yes…I know some of you never heard about it before.

Peranakan chinese are the descendants of chinese immigrants who came to the Malay archipelago including British Malaya (now Malaysia and Singapore) between the 15th and 17th centuries . (From Wikipedia).

They talk, dress, eat and live like the Malayan.

When we talk about the peranakan cuisine, their foods has the combination of Malay and Chinese, making it remarkable for their unique taste.

The Sarang Cookery  Restaurant that we went has a  pretty decent decoration and there are a few local herbs and spices planted in front of the restaurant.

Hmmm…non artificial herbs in the foods?

CHECKED!

It took us¬† quite some times on selecting our meals. Goshhh…everything looks so tempting! Wish I could eat all of them.

Hohoho…

And we selected a nyonya assam laksa, chicken rendang, chicken lobak and nasi ulam.

The first meal that were served was nasi ulam. OMG!!! that is a huge platter! The white rice in the middle was surrounded by the local herbs. We need to mix the rice with those herbs together like you are doing prosperity toss on a platter of yee sang! This meal is very vegan-friendly!

Nasi ulam.

The rest of the meals came to our table after a few minutes later.

Chicken rendang.
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Chicken lobak served with fried tofu and dippings.
Nyonya assam laksa.

I’m not going to talk too much about the rest of the foods that we ordered but all I can say is…

Girls, you should try them!

If you are wondering where the heck is this restaurant, here is the address for you to explore:

Sarang Cookery
8 Jalan Galloway, Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: +6019-2607884
Mon-Sat, 7.30am-9.30pm (breakfast served in the morning, heavier meals from lunch onwards).

p/s: The restaurant runs a cooking class too for those who are interested to learn how to cook peranakan foods ūüėČ