Moghul Mahal Restaurant, Brickfields

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Saturday 8 May 2010 10:06 pm
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Moghul Mahal

Moghul mahal restaurant Sdn Bhd menu


clean interior.

mango lassi and teh tarik

Mango lassi, RM4 and teh tarik(milk tea), RM2. The mango lassi tasted a bit of artificial mango concentrate.

pani poori

paani poori, RM5, filled with mashed potato, to be eaten by pouring a lil of the greenish condiments into the opening on top, quite an experience eating this, deep fried crispy puff filled with cold minty condiments

complementary papadam

complimentary fried pakoras with minty yoghurt sauce as we wait quite long for the naan, not used to them serving food on towel, FYI, the towel looks quite dirty, dusted with flour etc, probably due to them reusing the towels.

egg naan

Egg naan, RM4, quite nice, both the bread and the dipping sauce are piping hot.

egg naan again

inside egg naan, with mashed egg, some herb, wish it was filled with more egg though, not just speckles of egg

naan menu

bread menu

beverage menu

beverage menu

briyani menu

briyani menu

fresh vegetables menu

fresh vegetable menu

Address: Moghul Mahal Restaurant (located at a quiet area in Brickfields)

153A, Jalan Sultan Abdul Samad,

50470 Brickfields,

Telephone: 03-2272 58760 or 014-387 0041

Price: no tax

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UK Asia – Pakistani & North Indian Food, Bukit Bintang, across from BB Park

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Friday 30 April 2010 11:30 pm
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a restaurant named UK Asia with apple green signboard, they cooked their popular chicken briyani in the big silverish pot you see at the front of their shop.

there is also a pakistani and indian restaurant next door called Paradise Restaurant with very few diners.

across from BB Park

inside the restaurant

Chicken briyani, RM10, a piece of chicken buried underneath, with complimentary salad, they put quite a lot of spice in this rice dishes, warm when served, nice filling dish for any carbo lover. Recommended also their mango lassi for RM6, made from fresh yogurt and mango.

rice with beans and ox tripe, RM5, soft yummy peas but their flavor is pretty mild, prefer more spicy…

different types of biriyani offered(chicken, beef, lamb, fish etc)

menu: naan, chapati, paratha

some western soup and mains

starter: samosa, kofta, lamb tikka etc

buffet menu, which is basically indian mixed rice’s pricing.

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Jassal Tandoori Restaurant Sdn Bhd, Brickfields(across from KL Sentral)

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Saturday 24 April 2010 1:30 am
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Jassal Tandoori

Jassal is located across the road from KL Sentral station, with an orange colored sign board

mango lassi

Mango Lassi, RM5.90, nice but quite expensive

garlic naan and chicken beriani

garlic naan, RM3, too oily and chewy; Chicken Briyani, RM12.90, not oily and quite spicy but is a little too wet, served with minty yoghurt sauce

beriani menu

Briyani menu

bread menu

breads menu

drinks menu

beverage menu

Address: Jassal Tandoori Restaurant Sdn Bhd & Jesal Sweet House

No 84, Jalan Tun Sambanthan,


52000 KL

Telephone: 03-2274 6801


Price: no tax!

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Bukhara Kambing/Lamb Briyani rice, Bangsar (behind TMC supermarket)

Posted by vivien | Kuala Lumpur and Selangor | Friday 17 April 2009 12:41 pm
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this plate cost RM12, chicken for RM10, enough for 2 pax. Lots of lamb meat given although the meat is slight tough(could be better if it is cooked longer).
Address: Syed Bistro Bangsar (located directly behind TMC, a corner shop)
No 44, Persiaran Ara Kiri,
Lucky Garden,
59100 KL.
Telephone: 603-2093 3786


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