Pandi@Seksyen 11, PJ

get link Pandi has always been our frequent hangout for lunch in KL. Besides being near our pad, the main draw has always been it’s heartwarming, good value, consistent indian food . These guys has several branches in KL, probably we should do a parallel tasting of each branch soon!fFried Bitter Gourd@RM1 per plate: What more could you ask from this chewy fragrant bitter gourd that was fried to perfection. It is in a style different from Raju’s, which was fried with the seeds and crunchier. Pandi’s bitter gourd is more moist chewy and a heavier fragrance of indian leaves. It is perfect with a mug of ice cold beer!
Fried Eggplant@rm1: Again, another RM1 winner here which was chewy and crunchy at the same time. The fried batter provided the crunch while the sliced, semi dry eggplant gave it a chewy texture. Marvellous! This is what cheap good food is all about!
Homemade Potato Chip@FOC: Demona used her charm and gotten this plate of potato chips free! Thinly sliced and fried till extra crispy, this is definitely in a different style from your Ruffles or Pringle Crisp. Lightly salted and ultra crispy, this is darn good! I wonder how would the market respond to vacuum packed Indian potato chips? Just pack them in a fancy packaging and priced it at half of Ruffles price ( RM11) and you might just hit the jackpot!

siti sicuri per comprare vardenafil contrassegno PS:I suspect sweet potato might be used in this chips. Anyone care to verify? Fried Fish Roe@RM4: This was my first time having this. There is no fishy smell here, but it was also lacking in any flavour/taste to really captivate me. The fish roe is basically just a so-so dish but i am always attracted to eggs in all form! On a second note, the chutney of Pandi paled in comparison with Raju’s. It did not have the minty, pronounced fragrance of Raju’s chutney.

Egg Thosai: A good reliable egg thosai. SImple and pleasurable.
Plain Roti Canai: Lacking in structure and body. I would prefer it to be chewier! The chicken gravy was excellent though, with a good dosage of spices and thick real chicken stock… slurp!

see url Fried Chicken@RM4: An average fried chicken today which lacks a little in the fiery spice department and a tad dry in the inner meat.

The total bill is 13.10 for 2 of us which was a ultra goood value lunch. Only after we left we realized that they did not charge us for the 2 plates of fried bitter gourd and eggplant. If you are reading this Mr pandi, thank you very much. We shall return to you soon!


Restoran Lotus Pesona@Maarof, Bangsar


dove comprare viagra generico 100 mg a Torino Demona: My aunt brought me to this place for lunch today. Lotus Pesona is her regular lunch spot if she has an appointment with her clients around Bangsar. This was my first visit here.

Demona: As usual, being boring olde me, I decided to order the egg thosai. It only tasted so so, as the egg content was a little lacking and somehow the texture was not fluffy.

The dhall was a bit too watery for my liking. I enjoy thick, creamy dhall with vegetables in it. The chutney wasn’t great as well. The winner for the best chutney still belonged to Pandi’s, at Section 11, PJ.

Demona: My aunt ordered her favourite dish here, chapati. She was indeed, very right! Its texture was really soft, fluffy and oil free. THUMBS UP! The size of it was pretty big as well. Worthy order!

Demona: This was my drink, iced ginger tea. I’m currently having a very bad sore throat.

The drink was NOT GOOD at all. The taste of the ginger was minimal, you could easily miss the existence of its taste. The tea was strongly covered by the excess milk added.

Demona: This was the “vegetarian” style of curry chicken. This was extremely AWESOME! I could not make out of its origin, on whether it was tofu based or something else. It tasted a little bit like foo chuk, but spicy, spicy, oh so spicy! I continued popping one in my mouth, and another, and another… and another. I ended up wiping the bowl clean (So much for healing sore throat therapy)

Demona: This was the chicken varuval, ordered by my aunt. The meat was spicy alright, but not flavourful enough. The attention was skewed towards the vegetarian chicken curry!

I can strongly say that Sri Nirvana offered a better chicken varuval.

Verdict: The total amount charged for this meal was RM 16. My jaws dropped wide open when I found out of the price. My aunt had an apple lassi and a teh tarik. Even with two more drinks, I personally felt that we were over charged for our meal.

However, I am curious of the taste of their other vegeterian dishes…….. HMMMM