Walked in at about 1.30pm, we weren't sure if we can secure an empty table. Literally packed to its rim, groups of people busily eating, whereas the staff walking up and down, balancing a tray with dishes in small silver plates and containers, we just stood still. Thankfully there was an empty table nearby the kitchen area. Nothing really special, ambiance is akin most other average Indian eateries. Actually, resembling a stall like concept with its corner space extended and fully utilized, cemented floor, zing roofing, literally all the fans spinning full speed and cramped sitting area. Service however was excellent. At once. On the dot. As soon as we sat, banana leaf was laid, in the quickest time, rice, veggies, curries, papadam and a small silver tumbler of rasam were served.
By far, rice with those items can be regarded as a wholesome meal. Enough. You can be satisfied, especially when its, I think so, you can tambah/add as many times as you like. I think they won't charge, as I have said already, I am not 100% sure because we didn't ask for tambah and because we had pointed to some of the dishes from the carried around tray. Salted Fish Pickle, Puli Inji/Ginger Pickle and Ikan Bilis Sambal. Walla! I especially loved all of it. Spiciness, saltiness and sourness, just so good with banana leaf meal.
Kavitha's Curry House didn't let us down. Great meal. Tip-top service. But I don't know if I should say that RM60.00 for this meal for 3 people is affordable. What say you? Let me know. I am all ears.