So we ended up here, having Indian cuisine. We ordered a plate of Yong Chow fried rice for the kids to share. They finished up the whole plate. Must be very hungry as that time it was way past 8pm.
RM15 plate of fried rice
Hubby was regretting in ordered this Mee Jawa as it was too spicy for his tastebuds. Indeed, it was spicy as I tasted its gravy and prawns. I finished up all the 4 big prawns for him. Hubby thought it was a sweeter version of Sarawak Mee Jawa but alas! No! I forgot how many glasses of cold water he drank that night.
Spicy Mee Jawa (RM10)
Now came the Indian dish. HANDI MUTTON. Tasted like curry mutton but a twist of tomatoes and some spices in it. Spicy but great to go with white rice. all chuncky but tender meat so easy to dig in.
Handi Mutton for RM25
Next was the oxtail soup. Great to take on cold night. I like the peppery and spiced taste but the Ox's tail was a bit hard.
RM12 of ox's tail soup