Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Restaurant Abirami - SS15, Subang Jaya


Abirami - easier and less complicated to walk to, at least 15 minutes from the office instead of aimlessly driving and double or triple parking. Abirami is still faithfully where it is after all these years, pretty much the same ambiance and choices for food and drinks unchanged as well. Previously known as Sri Devi, unsure I am what's with the change in name. Perhaps Sri Devi has retired and now Abirami is collecting the millions. Well, I'm just guessing but you never know, there may have been a saga behind the name(s).

As for the quality and standard of food and drinks, they sure are maintaining. Not too bad my verdict but of course, prices has gone up though my salary is only slowly crawling. I was here with my counterpart, the handsome younger than me "Mat Salleh". So while the customers were slyly staring, I ordered for both of us - banana leaf lunch, mutton curry, chicken parathal and cold spiced mooru (call it buttermilk or yoghurt if you like). The start to lunch was the same standard start as other banana leaf meal - first the banana leaf, followed by rice, veggies, curries of the day, papadam, moor chillies, pickle and rasam. 



Mat Salleh definitely was impressed though he struggled to eat with my fingers, opps!! no, his hands. And surely he ate. In fact almost polished off everything as we tucked into the rice meal with the tender mutton in thick spicy gravy and chicken nicely cooked with spices. The mutton and chicken he commented were spicy and fresh whereas for me the spicy queen, merrier with more spiciness and the freshness, I agreed.  

After settling the bill (RM32.00) and as we slowly walked to the office, "Mat Salleh" hinted that a similar meal would be appreciated when he is back again next year.

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12 comments:

  1. All this food does make for a wonderful lunch! Lucky you to have easy access to fine Indian cuisine. Thanks for sharing you dining adventure.

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  2. Love Papadam to the max!! Favorite snack LOL!

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  3. Wow, that looks like a great lunch! Love the serving on a banana leaf!
    I have a restaurant I feel similarly about - some days it bursts with flavor, other days I am disappointed at the lack of spice. But I can't stop going back ;)

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  4. Everything looks delicious and tasty :)
    Ridwan

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  5. Looks like u'd a great Meal! Papadam is one of my fave snacks. I always steal from my hubby when he's having Indian food. Lol!

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  6. That looks like a really amazing meal! Yum!

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  7. I'm glad you had a great lunch on this visit! I'd love to try all the dishes you mentioned~

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  8. Everything looked amazing and I recognized the soup from your previous post! I love when you go to a restaurant and the flavors exceed your expectations!

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  9. Wow, everything looks so tempting and appetizing. I do loves Indian cuisine too.

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  10. This post makes me miss the banana leaf rice! I loved it!

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  11. is it same row as Public Bank and RHB bank?

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  12. Thanks for all the sharing everyone.

    Kucing - yep, thats where the restaurant is.

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