more than just flat

If you have the time it is a good idea to take the Monorail then take a casual walk backStreets in Kuala Lumpur.

For one thing you do not have to feel like you are being trapped left right and centre on the main roads with car-lorry-bus loads and then compete with hordes of jostling hurrying people for dunno what.

For example have you ever seen this nice teapot somewhere off Jalan Bukit Bintang , along a road called Jln Berangan ? Actually its near a famous Hotel and beside this new Nirvana.

Lots of gushing water here in Tropical Kuala Lumpur !

This almost look like an overcooked planet Martian surface. Its called chapati and is infact flatter than the other famous flat bread. You can if you like hang it somewhere and it will stay put coz its soft and then firm. Looks kinda bruised and spotty. Was told its made from ata flour ( whats that ?) and is a Punjabi specialty found in certain authentic Indian shops.

The sauces in waiting of course !

actually you are supposed to use your fingers and palm to wrap the bread pieces over this
dhal curry gravy ( mashed potoatoes taste alike) , not using the spoon...
... then eat it

try it here in this nice & brilliant huge Indian Cuisine set-up with nice Chinese touches , a new branch of popular
Restoran Sri Nirvana Maju of the Bangsar banana leaf rice fame.


Unknown said…
ooo. that chapati looks good! i hope it is nice and warm, straight from the flat pan.

that big water pitcher reminds me of the cult in terengganu! apa tu kerajaan langit cult.

the big pitcher in terengganu does look nicer than this one ya? haha...
HairyBerry said…
now that's a familiar sight! i love my chapati with kheema (minced lamb with greenpeas)..the contrasting taste is wonderful!
Anonymous said…
harlow this place oso can feel trapped ler coz the road going downhill so narrow and people don't just stay on the sidewalks. Is the food here as good as that found in the Bangsar outlet?
Ciki said…
hi! thanks for the tip.. food looks good. i am usually there on some weekends.. will look out for the gaint teapot ! lol
you are remarkable well aware of your northern neighbour syabas !
the trengganu thing we have not seen think it could be dangerous !

another chapati connoisseur unlike us novice ! we think that thing is quite an unknown among non indians

omg we forgot the slippery steep narrow sidewalks ! we have been invited to try its BLR soon so we shall report back tho the Bangsar outlet one is humongous for its fried bitter gourd & sweet young things enmasse

cumi & ciki
wow oh wow 2 more cheeky sweeties ! welcome to the team !
tigerfish said…
I prefer naan because it's been a long time since I had chapati and I forgot how it taste like liow!