Instead of driving all the way to Serdang and knowing that parking is a major headache in Brickfields, everyone unanimously agreed on Legend's Puchong Jaya. The restaurant seemed somewhat out of place considering how its housed in a single shop-lot. In fact we took us a while to identity it. Likewise, the interior isn't anything great; tables cramped within the small space. And if you're a modern stylish Indian woman, you just have to ignore the stares from the rest of the Indian customers.
While the signature dishes on the menu are claypot briyani seafood, meat, poultry and vegetarian, other types of food are also available.
The dishes took a while; maybe because it was lunch time. We waited for about 15 minutes or so and as I was on the verge of calling out to the waiters, the dishes came by. We were clueless on which is with seafood and meat because the four combo of briyani looked the same. Anyway we dig in and shared the briyani sotong,
topped with a boiled egg and accompanied with papadam, raita (veggies drenched with yogurt) and curry.
The rice with vibrant yellow-orange shade was enhanced with hint of spiciness and gave a well flavored mouthful. Without a doubt, the mutton was easy to be chewed. On the other hand, the tiny winy bits of fish were overcooked and rubbery while the prawns and sotong weren't a great joy. We concluded that its the rice; nicely prepared and delicious.
To end our meal, we called for two glasses of masala tea; to be shared among those who were keen;
The sweets/desserts and tea earned a satisfactory rating on taste. We paid RM106.00 and left:
16GF, Jalan Canuk
Prima Avenue 3
Bandar Puchong Jaya
(Next to BHP, Jalan Puchong)
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