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Wednesday, 29 May 2013

Fierce Curry House, Bangsar Utama

Dies....as Mamarazzi looking at this batch of photos, she can't recall whether she had posted about this makan place or not.

Getting all muddle up already coz too many post which shetoo lazy to draft have not post up.


As I recall, a moon or two moons ago, Papa's friend was in town and was staying in Midvalley. He is a Muslim and was keen to have some nice halal food but preferred some where nearby..

Papa found just the place. Fierce Curry House in Bangsar Utama. From outside it looks just like any other normal shoplot.

But inside....wa...decorated very nicely leh...cozy place.

 I didn't feel like eating much so I ordered Roti Canai with egg. Eat with sugar. Doesn't like Dhall and curry.

 Mamarazzi had their Banana Leaf rice. If not mistaken it was RM6 only but with so much vegetables!!!!

 Mamarazzi didn't know that they gives so many dishes when she ordered the Banana Leaf rice. Hence she ordered fried chicken. Alamak...too much leh...can;t finish. Papa had to help.


 Papa's friend had lamb Briyani. 

 Was surprised the rice came in a sealed bowl. 

 
The man opened the seal in front of us and .....

Jeng jeng!

 Ta! Da!


 Papa had, Chicken Briyani.

For me....I enjoyed my roti canai most though I could not finish it.

Hmmm...must bring Ah Mah to eat here some day coz she loves to have loads of vegetables. Certainly will suit her well.

Here is the address if you wish to try out for yourself the food here :

16, Jalan Kemuja, Bangsar Utama, Kuala Lumpur.

Tel : 019-383 0945

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    1. Accidentally delete my own comment!!! =[
      Such a long time didn't have any roti canai lo!!! =]

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    2. LOL...like that also can ar? :p

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  2. Hi There, Looks like a delicious dinner. Bet your husband's friend enjoyed it also. So you had lots of veggies??? I would love that... I'm sure you will go back there sometime!!!!

    Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  3. That's the type of food I love!

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    1. hahaha jom one of these days go makan here

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  4. Wah...spicy dinner. I like hehe..

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  5. Tried both chicken and lamb biryani - did not have an entire thing to myself lah :P Did you know they have other varieties like lobster and vegetarian biryani? But those are available on specific day or have to order ahead one.

    Another random bit of trivia: they use chapati dough to seal the biryani bowls. But they don't recommend munching on it :P

    Wah... RM6 for banana leaf spread liddat considered not bad liao. Quite worth it... and you get your 5 servings of veg in one meal :P

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    1. Yup I agree with you rm6 is cheap and ghe place is so comfy as compared to some.


      Went again today with STP. Lol.

      Yeah I saw the lobster thing. It's in their menu. But I don't think will order yhat coz am quite kolot. Briyani to me must eat with meat n not seafood. Me old fashion la :p

      Was wondering what they seal it with coz yhe other day yhe the waiter opened for us.

      Today STP opened by himself. We were wondering what dough it was. Thanks for the tip :)

      Portionbof rice large la. Mamarazzi cannot finish

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  6. Curry house, my girls can only take those roti with dhal curry.

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    1. Will you bring the VVIP to dine here?

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    2. Yup...we all went again. :)

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  7. wahhh...very fierce and fiery la!

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  8. mamarazzi has got too many food posts to blog about, i think it's better she keeps one spreadsheet to record and also create one new folder, move those posted photos into that "archive" folder.. like that sure never blur like sotong already~~ :D

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    1. But she lazy la....do spreadsheet takes time wor.....

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  9. FIERCE curry house!! hahaha, what a name, i think i have seen this somewhere before but then the name scares me away lah, FIERCE, either the people inside there are not friendly, or the curry they serves must be very very hot and fiery!! :D

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    1. Friendly and cozy placd to eat. From outside look chatn but when go inside totally different

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  10. the portion is huge huh, but RM6 consider cheap or not?? hahaha, long time never had this lah, so dunno what is the market price now.. but i think nowadays the "chap fan" also this price huh?? but quite funny, is this banana leaf rice?? hahaha, served on trimmed banana leaves on that plate, confusing~~ :D

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    1. cheap lor...so much vegetable and also have soup plus the dessert leh

      hahaha....put banana leaf on plate and trim is less messy mah :p

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  11. fuyoh, the briyani rice!! wow, what a gimmick, this is a very good idea huh!! makes the rice looks like just taken fresh from the oven and as if they are cooked in the pressure cooker!! cool cool.. and i am sure this way the rice is more flavorful and yummy..

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    1. hahaha....raed some blog says memang sealed like than and cook wor.

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  12. hahaha, roti canai with sugar!! i did that also when i was a kid, and i am sure many of us used to do that before also right?? hahaha.. but last time no roti telur lah, just roti kosong, in fact i also prefer roti kosong now than any other varieties.. original always the best mah~~ :)

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    1. or roti canai with condensed milk!

      All damn unhealthy! LOL

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    2. Ya ..Mamarazzi also ate with gula last time. But funny la. Nowadays even roti kosong taste sweet. Think they added sugar in the dough.

      Condense milk ah...never tried before

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  13. What a name and at first I was caution the fierce but it wasn't. The lamb biryani is tempting esp for the price. Went I quite to stay in Jalan Kemuja there were not restaurants and now its changed with more eateries.

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  14. Hmm I think I have not read about this in your blog before....

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    1. All the briyani looks yummy to me!!

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    2. hahaha too many post yet to post up...some few mths old...basi liao :p

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  15. all the food look so yummy!! I like biryani too!

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  16. Auntie Lina only knows to go Jalan Maarof for her banana leaf fix.

    Bila Small Kucing wanna take Auntie Lina to this place pulak? hehehe

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  17. What a funny name...Fierce? I won't dare to walk in lor. The banana leaf rice looks good...a lot of veggies, very ngam me :)

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  18. another tempting food post huh!
    well all meal set looks great

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  19. hmm those ship really looks amazong
    I used to adore such decor back in my childhood days becaude of peter pan haha

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    1. yeah....the place was well decorated. Homey type

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  20. i wonder why the rice was sealed?
    and what did they used to seal it!
    anyway it seems a little bit pf a how before eating haha

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  21. have a great day and happy blogging small kucing take care always and god bless you

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  22. Makan food again
    Long time didn't eat mamak liao

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  23. Yaaaaaa...I ate there today!!!! Hehehehehehe!!!!

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  24. The banana leaf rice really is worth the rm6. So much vegetables. Must try to seek out this place to try it.

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