Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Murni

Tandoori Chicken - MYR7 +6% = MYR7.40

Naan kosong (plain naan) MYR2.50 +6% = MYR2.65 - why is there yellowish butter-like-substance on the naan bread when it is supposed to be plain? And why did they give us condensed milk to go with the naan bread? Next time must remember to ask them not to give us any dips/sauces/milk to go with the naan - we just want it plain.

Nescafe coffee (Hot) - MYR2.30 +6% = MYR2.45 and we did ask for it to be less sweet.

We noticed that almost everyone there was eating this "Mee Raja Biasa Beef Steak" - usual King Noodle with Beef Steak at (MYR8 + MYR20) +6% = MYR29.70 and from the menu we saw that there is Mee Raja Meletup (Exploding King Noodle) too. Meletup (Exploding) means super, super, super spicy noodle I think but we won't be eating any Mee Raja at all because it is not our type of food.

Murni has many outlets in the Klang valley and seems to be a popular hangout to watch football on TV.

34 comments:

  1. I went to Murni once only with friends to drink their soursop drink.

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    1. Was the soursop drink tasty? Was it up to your expectations?

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  2. So so so cheap! I think they brush the naan with butter or ghee to give it a shine - will not look so dry. They do it at the sole authentic Indian (plus Indon) place we have here too and everyone said it was so oily. After that, everytime I went, I told them not to do that anymore. I hear the Indian chef has gone back though - dunno if he will be coming back here again or not. I hope he will - loved what he dished out, very very nice.

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    1. This eatery is not a restaurant so cannot compare price with your restaurant.

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  3. That naan looks so fluffy and light. Yum!

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    1. So you like your naan to be fluffy and light?

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  4. The tandoori chicken portion looks big, I like. We have mamak here downstairs our office too, and I also like tandoori chicken with naan.. Yummzzz.

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    1. How much is the tandoori chicken with naan at near your office?

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  5. I like naan and could eat like that.

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    1. Do you eat with condensed milk?

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    2. Few dips maybe. Like you, I dont enjoy it sweet. So I just eat naan like that. As long as it is buttery.

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    3. I think there is an option to order butter naan and also cheese naan.

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  6. Sri Murni comes into mind when I read the title, the first one I can think of is the one in SS2 which I always wanted to go try but always so packed with people that I give up, haha!!

    plain naan, I guess it refers to the naan being plain but they still give you the dips.. Mee Raja Biasa, I guess that means the non-spicy ones instead of "usual" after reading they have this Meletup version??

    BTW, I find things expensive there looking at the menu..

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    1. So now have you ever eaten at Murni before?

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  7. I think the yellowish stuff is a drizzle of ghee (which I think you will shun)....what did it taste like to you?

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  8. originated from ss2 and I've been there a few times, not a fan though, but a decent place to meet up if you're looking for mamak with a twist I guess.

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    1. I have not been to the ss2 main branch. Are they still there?

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  9. No lah, I don't think is RM 8 + RM 20. RM 8 for mee biasa, RM 20 for mee + beef steak kot. If not, how can the same beef steak cost RM 2 more just because they add it on mee meletup?

    But still, expensive leh! The Murni of my memories does not sell these expensive items one! :/

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    1. You may be right. Which Murni is in your memories?

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    2. The original SS2 one? With overflowing tables and chairs at the kaki lima and where getting diarrhea the next day is common but people still go back? XD

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    3. I have not been to that one.

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  10. I love to eat these Roti Naans in different flavours but I always got flatulence after that. Something wrong with my tummy. Other people don't get flatulence.

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    1. Maybe your stomach does not like the oil used to make naan.

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  11. Yummy Roti Naans from plain to all flavours. Once in a while I will go for garlic with cheese naans but mostly I will take plain or garlic naans.

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  12. The tandoori chicken and naan look pretty good. I don't like condensed milk but I guess some people like to use is as a dip for roti canai or naan.

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    1. If eat naan alone can dip it in condensed milk, But eat with tandoori chicken wor, still give us condensed milk,, how can?

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  13. Oo a nice fluffy naan. I've never been given condensed milk before, but it does seem like that would be yummy.

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  14. Some of these tandoori food are really expensive in SG. Glad you had a good time :D

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    1. Here too if we go to a nice restaurant.

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  15. The mee raja is good leh. Didn't know they have so many versions now. We used to order this everytime we ate there cos the portion is big :p

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