Banana Leaf Rice @Hartamas

 

Banana Leaf Rice in Hartamas may not offer that Bollywood symphony when it comes to the styles and decors but the simple offerings are much tuned to the liking of Malaysian. Also cooking few simple mamak dishes and our typical goreng dishes, I reckon they are probably trying to cater to meet the demand of the lunch crowd. But then again, being a banana leaf rice restaurant means the banana leaf would still be the stealer so that is the only thing I tried when I dined in. Besides, I rarely say no to banana leaf rice.

 

1.Banana Leaf Rice @Hartamas
9.Banana Leaf Rice @Hartamas

 

The masalas and marinates were tempting and trust me when it comes to their yogurt. They make pretty decent Tairu (RM 2). Order that to go with your Banana Leaf rice set that consist 4 dishes and rassam.

 

2.Banana Leaf Rice @Hartamas
3.Banana Leaf Rice @Hartamas
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6.Banana Leaf Rice @Hartamas
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Their homely dhal is lovely and plenty of their dishes are authentic rendering of South Indian cuisine. Roti are not available all day round but I was fortunate to be able to order the pratha and they were impressive enough to have me ordering the same at my future visit.

 

7.Banana Leaf Rice @Hartamas

 

Although not having the most alluring interiors, the place is neat and clean at a pleasant location with ample parking spaces.

 

8.Banana Leaf Rice @Hartamas

 

The Banana Leaf Rice Hartamas is located at:
17, Jalan Sri Hartamas 7,
Sri Hartamas,
50480 Kuala Lumpur
Phone 03-6211 6772
Opening Hours: 7 AM to 9 PM Daily
GPS: 3.1574581,101.650132

 

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3 Responses to “Banana Leaf Rice @Hartamas”
  1. kyspeaks says:

    Where’s the fried bitter gourd!

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    • sycookies says:

      Pavaka ! My favourite too. I don’t quite fancy theirs though.. they have got a thicker batter. I like them with thinner coating so it’s more crispy.

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    • sycookies says:

      Oh and back to where is it. There that pile that I believed might have looked like some meats to you. That’s the pavaka. Lol. One day we shall bkt and blr all day long.

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