At last, after so many years, I finally had my chance to go to this place. I really don't know what kept me from going there all this while. I had been pestering Fad to take me here as from what I heard, the Nasi Beriyani here is one of the best in JB.
When we reached the restaurant, it was already 6 something in the evening. They were already cleaning the place, so I asked the nearest waiter whether they were still open, and he nodded. I ordered Nasi Beriyani Ayam (RM6) with Bandung soda (RM2), and Fad ordered Nasi Beriyani Daging (RM6) with Iced sirap limau (RM1.30). The meal comes with dalca (curry dish), but they also serve popadum (salty crackers) and Acar buah
as well on the table. I then looked at the menu and prices as I sat facing the board on the wall. The popadum would cost RM1, and RM2 for the acar. So if you don't want to end up paying more than your Nasi Beriani, you don't have to take them. Fad and I only ate the popadum because it tastes great when taken with the beriani sauce.
Photo 1: Nasi Beriani Ayam
Photo 2: Popadum and Dalca with Nasi Beriani Daging at the back.
Photo 3: Fad sipping his Iced Sirap Limau
Overall we paid RM16.50. We didn't bother to ask where the extra 20cent comes from to the cashier (maybe from the plain water Fad had, or the dalca, or is it the service charge?)
Our comments: The Nasi Beriyani was OK-OK. I must admit I have had better elsewhere.