Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Dinner in Kababish

We had Indian dinner in Kababish cafe, StarPoints Hotel on the last night in KL. This Masjid India is not known for food at night so we do not have much choices there. We did not went out as the kids were exhausted after Sunway Lagoon trip and it rained that night.

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. 

Yummy soup

RM12 of ox's tail soup


10 comments:

Princess Ribbon said...

The mee jawa indeed looks spicy.. But at least the kids finished the fried rice.. I like the mutton curry though, don't mind finishing it, haha..

Small Kucing said...

food looks good :) Would love the fried rice

suituapui said...

Indian? Fried rice? And mee jawa? Hmmm...have you tried Cafe Ind here? Or Sri Pelita? Nice Indian fare... One mee jawa post coming up...real soon!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Me not into Indian foods, hehe...

mun said...

The food looks good but I also cannot take spicy hot food though I like the sweet version of mee jawa. This Indian restaurant can do a nice plate of Yong Chow fried rice, really good!

trishie said...

That Handi Mutton looks and sounds amazing!

PS: Today I found the white curry instant noodles at my local asian store. I couldn't believe it and bought it as I read about it on your blog. Will have it for lunch tomorrow. So excited!!!

ChrisAu said...

Initially I was puzzled .. got yong chow fried rice in Indian restaurant . Then I saw the authentic Indian stuffs. The mutton looks good.i can have it with hot naan. :)

Sharon D said...

I can't take food that's too spicy even though I love it. My tummy doesn't respond well to it *sigh*

Handi mutton looks really good ;)

Hayley said...

Handi mutton looks good!!

Azura Chan said...

RM15 for a plate of fried rice? Oh my goodness. Normally can eat 3 plates with that price. huhu...