My cousin who lives in ss3, recommended this place to us and it is ideal when you are feeling a bit skint just before your paycheck arrives at the end of the month. It ain't as glamorous as the banana leaf restaurants that charge you an arm and a leg as they serve simple food. Lunch is served from 11.3o am onwards and you choose what you want from a row of metal pots filled with all sorts of vegetables; potatoes, green beans, chinese cabbage, spinach, dhall and etc.
They charge you according to what you take just like the economy rice outlets, but it ranges from RM4.50 to RM5.00. Here you have the essential fried items like fried fish and chicken.
I love the curry mutton here, very nice and tender. Unfortunately I was a bit too early for it so I chose a different curry.
I had a choice of three vegetables and a bit of chicken leg curry plus some crunchy poppadums with a glass of teh tarik (Malay for hot pulled tea) and it all cost me RM5 only!
You see a stream of people coming to pack up curries including Indian housewives with their containers. They also serve breakfast like thosai and chapati in the morning.
Stall No. 5
Along Jalan ss3/33
(Go on Jalan ss 3/64 and go all the way down, turn right just before the 7-11 at where the Buddhist worship centre is. The food court is on the right hand side.)
They are closed for a few days for Deepavali starting today.
*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from the restaurant for writing this review.