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Wednesday, 25 March 2015

Banana Leaf Rice at Devi's Corner, Bangsar

 Wah ...exploring the Free Tree Society place really makes me hungry leh. Some more play with ah moi catching fishes.

Papa asked wanna eat what? I said rice or something like that. "Malay, Indian or Chinese?", asked Papa. I told him wanna eat with hand punya.

Bangsar...bangsar...hmmm.....Papa said he heard that food is nice at Devi's Corner.

Must be our lucky day. Lunch time....and yet managed to get a parking spot that day.

  
Upstairs have air-cond but we sat downstairs to keep an eye on the car.

Mamarazzi was real surprised. Usually in other banana leaf rice restaurant that we went to , they only give 3-4 types of vegetables. You want acar, fried bitter gourd, fried salted chili and etc...you'll have to ask for it. But at Devi's Corner....the waiters (yup...2-3 fella came), just plonk all the goodies on to the Banana Leaf without us having to ask for it.

 
 
The Poppadoms and fried bitter gourd came separately in a plate. Very generous portion too. 


 Mamarazzi asked for one type of curry only while Papa told the waiter to "campur"(mix) several type of curry on to the rice.

Fuiyoh.....even with one type of curry, Mamarazzi already said spicy. But papa with so many type of curry....."raining" oh....."raining" but still nice to eat leh.

Mamarazzi said the best was this. Cooked mango. Not sure how they cook it but she said it tasted delicious. She can have loads and loads of this with just rice alone leh.

 Am less adventurous. I took plain rice with the cucumber salad and Poppadoms. 

 Papa said next round wanna bring Ah Kong and Ah Mah to eat here . Hopefully can find parking spot la. No that pricey too. Aiya....where is the receipt ah.....dunno Mamarazzi "sumbat" where already...If not mistaken, it was around RM19 inclusive of drinks.

Wanna try out the food here?  Here is the address from their Facebook  69 Jalan Telawi 2, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur,






61 comments:

  1. Ooooh...I love mango. :) I also love rice.

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  2. Wish I could try it!!! I think you have many more restaurants then we do here.

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    1. Yea we do have so many type of food over here. 24hrs you can find food everywhere

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  3. Eh enuff meh you only took rice with salad and keropok.. Nvm, if not enuff can ask papa take you go eat noodles again hehe.. I also like banana leaf rice, usually can refill the rice and the few types of gravy/sauce/chutney.. But usually I will order fried chicken or daging or whatever also la.. Wah syiok la..

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  4. hehe, sure running here and there and jumping up and down in the free tree society, and especially when catching tadpole and fish together with lenglui amoi la.. suddenly wanted to eat banana leaf rice pulak~~ :p

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    1. Hungry hungty hungry...lol...hungry leh....

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  5. Devi's Corner, aiyoh, macam quite familiar leh this name.. but this is not the very famous one opposite Bangsa Village hor?? that one is Nirwana something is it?? eih.. no play play lah these banana leaf rice restaurant always packed with people, sonemore parking also susah in Bangsar.. Paparazzi double-parked ke?? no wonder must sit not too far away to jaga..

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    1. That one not far away ...that is Nirvana Maju.

      Nah ...tarak double parking but malas take laptop bag out of the car. Scared people curi or smash car window. So keep an eye on it lo

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  6. Fuyoh!! That was a big banana leaf meal. So many dishes. Now I want to have one too.

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    1. Ya wor..surprised they give do many things without being asked

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  7. wah really very loaded leh, so many things in the leaf!! errr, Mamarazzi and Paparazzi no order other meat dishes ke?? only had the default vegetarian ones ah?? eh, maybe the kari campur already then won't be that hot leh, cos some contra and some balance mah, hehehe!! :p

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    1. Didn't feel like having meat that time.the vegetable already so many liao. Duno hiw to finish lo

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  8. cooked mango!! yuh!! that is interesting leh.. so how it tastes like?? sweet and sour and salty and spicy?? all the flavors in one huh?? wah, so nice until Mamarazzi can eat this alone many pieces with the rice only.. Uncle SK also wanna try that.. does that comes with the standard plate, or kena order separately?? what is that called??

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    1. Not spicy. It's hard to describe

      the waiter give without we having to ask. But got to know from a friend that they don't have this dish daily.

      Suspect maybe it's during weekends or maybe now mango season so baru have this. Friend said mango chutney. Not sure leh

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  9. Your papa bring Ah Gong and Ah Mah go eat, you bring me go eat ok?

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    1. Wait for u come first baru talk la.lol

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  10. Good morning,
    What a delicious meal... think of parking is a headache.... but must try one day..

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    1. Think maybe need to park at bangsar village n wslk across kot?

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  11. Cooked mango good ar? I prefer the original one, hehe!

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  12. Devi's Corner banana leaf also got crab curry as an option one...

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    1. Yes yes papa also ask them to banjir with that too

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  13. That is the favourite place for Anay and Letchumi to eat late dinners. The food is always fresh, nice and not cheap!

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    1. But that day kira cheap lo...normal banana leaf rice at other plc already rm6/person.

      Some more this is bangsar area . That one also masuk 3drinks leh

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  14. They have the branch of Devi's near my house which is cheap with less choice of food. The chefs are different so the standard speaks itself. Not too long ago they kena saman the outlet near my home and ordered to close for weeks! Something to do with hygiene.

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    1. Pengsan...no wonder anay and letchumi go all the way to bangsar instead la

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  15. Wah..so tempting..I must go there again..

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  16. Wah...RM19 for 3 persons....very cheap leh...even if it's just vegetables coz got so many types!

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    1. Kira cheap lo for bangsar area. Other banana leaf rice plc already charging rm6/person with vege only. This one including price of drinks lej

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  17. Didn't order any meat? RM19 is cheap. Err but then no meat.

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    1. Didn't feel like eatinv meat that day. Moreover so many types of vege already. Usually banana leaf rice vege only price is around rm6/person .

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  18. I love banana leaf rice! Just the nasi, kuah and vege pun already cukup kenyang. I think the cooked mango is mango chutney. I love it too.

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    1. Spots on...with banana leaf rice no need meat also cukup umph..

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  19. This must be an authentic one. That's how they serve, they will give you every vegetable side dishes that they have without asking. The localized ones will save cost ma, if you don't ask then they don't give..

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    1. Dunno authentic or not coz now if walk in any banana leaf restaurant will see the eord authentic. Wondering if go indisn, thry have this or not. Maybe like yee sang in msia....chinaa langsung dunno this thing call yee sang..lol

      But food yhere sure sedap

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    2. Dunno authentic or not coz now if walk in any banana leaf restaurant will see the eord authentic. Wondering if go indisn, thry have this or not. Maybe like yee sang in msia....chinaa langsung dunno this thing call yee sang..lol

      But food yhere sure sedap

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  20. Wahhh...I also wanna eat banana leaf rice! Cooked mango? At first I thought it was pumpkin. Suddenly feeling hungry now....

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    1. First glance thought it was pumpkin but later discover its mango. Yum

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  21. It has been waaayyy too long since I've had banana leaf! Ought to again but, I'm always #TeamNirwana!

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    1. Lol..ate at nirvana before. Food was good there too

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  22. I love indian style cooking on the fried bitter gourd. cant replicate them myself, must have them at any indian restaurant. :D

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    1. Ya wor....duno how to get it as nice and crunchy as that

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  23. I like fried bitter gourd the most. And also popadom. Hehe.

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  24. Eaten here before. Food okay and price okay. Only thing parking not okay.

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    1. Aiyo...parking at that area is like gold. Maybe need to park inside bangsar village.

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  25. Looks like you all found a really good place to eat.. That mango caught my attention.. Looks so good. I drink a mango punch drink here alot and love it.

    Have a great day.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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    1. We have something called mango lassi over here. Think you might like it

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  26. Those places not enough parking spot memang susah, park at the road side scared people scratch your car, then park far far away scared got people rompak...=.=!

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  27. Mango chutney? I also like.. very appetizing one! yummsss!

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  28. The cooked mango got my attention. Will go and try this place if I am around that area. Thanks for recommending it.

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    1. Hopefully that day will have the mango la coz heard from friend not always have

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