Monday, September 14, 2015

D Best Briyani Rice

Mutton Briyani Rice - MYR15+ (MYR15.90) - with plain Lassi (Yogurt drink) without salt and without sugar so it was quite sour and I like it that way - MYR6 ++ 6% service charge = MYR6.35 with curry gravy and yogurt chutney (I think). 

I thought Fierce Briyani is the best until my friend brought me here to taste this briyani rice. The rice is so very soft and fluffy that I thought I was eating thick broken mee hoon (rice vermicelli). I was so impressed that I brought my eating group to eat here too.

I requested for the mutton curry to be not so spicy. The mutton is soft and tender, just delicious! My friend ordered the prawn briyani and I don't think it is as good as the mutton's because the prawns were a bit too salty and the texture is a bit too firm. Best stick to mutton briyani.

Our bill Tot MYR62.55 - The prawn Briyani costs MYR18+

Swad Restaurant

41, Leboh Ampang, KL - Near to Masjid Jamek LRT - just take the LRT if you plan to visit this restaurant.

30 comments:

  1. The rice looked so fluffy! I like that.

    But no lassi for me. Not so into sour drink. Hehe.

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  2. Um arroz com muito bom aspecto.
    Um abraço e boa semana.
    http://andarilharar.blogspot.pt/

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    1. Thanks for dropping by from Nancy's blog.

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    1. You can stand the strong mutton taste?

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  4. It's not yellow? So far I've only seen yellow ones. I like mango lassi...and ginger tea at Indian eateries but I've yet to acquire the taste for their raita. My girl likes it. No complimentary papadum?

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  5. Wah, looks like a big pot of rice.. Never tried plain lassi before, usually I buy grapes or mango lassi for the boys, love it..

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    1. If you like sour food can try plain lassi.

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  6. I think I have been to this place before, but can't exactly remember what I had, haha!! the briyani looks good and I like the lassi, salted ones than the sweetened ones.. :)

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    1. What about plain no salt no sugar lassi?

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  7. Looks good tye nasi briyani. Will drop by when in that area

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    1. Yes do try this. The fluffy rice is worth trying.

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  8. Heh... I think I have been here before. I don't remember the name of the place, but they were famous for mutton briyani and lassi too. So I guess it is the same place. The workers in my dad's shop loved this place much much. Me... ok ok lah...

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  9. I'm not really into biryani but I would think that this is a very good one. It's situated in Leboh Ampang that used to be the famous 'Indian' street (but difficult to access now).

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    1. Used to? That street is still little India. I think you will like the fluffy rice a lot.

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  10. I am a great fan of Briyani and Indian food too. This one is not very colourful but I have no idea of the reason. My friend's family who owns that Lotus chain always taught me how to enjoy really good Indian food.

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  11. I honestly haven't tried Briyani rice yet. Interesting though. And the foods in the photos look yummy.

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    1. I guess you can find briyani rice in your area.

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  12. Looks wonderful! Portion bit small though.

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    1. Not small. A lot of rice in the pot.

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  13. I love mutton biryani. The rice look so long and fluffy. I love mango lassi too.

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    1. The rice is really very long and fluffy. So tasty!

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  14. Nice! It's quite far from me or I'll love to have it.

    I'm a huge fan of briyani too, especially mutton briyani. There's a place in Kuching that serves camel briyani - it used to be opposite where I live, Chong Lin Park. RM 15 is fair too, some of the nasi briyani gam places already charge that for chicken.

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    1. You can take the lrt and get off at masjid jamek. Very near to walk from there. I think the price is fair too. I don't think I dare to eat camel meat. Are you back from Taiwan?

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