A late lunch for we arrived at 1.45pm and with the sun in full swing, off to the upstairs air conditioned dining area. Before that, at the food counter downstairs, we ordered fried fish, fried prawns, fish cutlets, curried crabs and fried bitter gourd.
Packed with customers the dining area and as I sat and looked around, cleanliness was sad sight. Messy, run down and I didn't want to imagine how the kitchen would have been. Well, we were hungry, so zip up the mouth and wait for service.
Service was another disappointment. The staff noticed but "made don't know" for more than 10 minutes. After waving and calling-calling, drinks called for - bottled soya bean drink, warm mooru and chilled mooru (Indian yoghurt drink).
By now, only two types of veggies on the house (cucumber salad and stir fried cabbage) but suppose okay because ikan bilis sambal and pudina/mint chutney they served. Sambal and chutney - always been good here and the taste wasn't compromised. These we at once eat with rice drenched with curry.
As for extra dishes, waiting was the game again. Just as we thought of finishing off the meal and leaving, the dishes arrived. Fish cutlets, not too bad - spicy and still hot. Fried fish, fried prawns, curried crabs and fried bitter gourd, the common items practically at other Indian restaurants, just a pass.
With over-ordering, we struggled to finish up the extra dishes. Meal over, we paid RM67.00 and left.
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