The thought of having a simple lunch came to a change as we saw the words “Biryani” across this shop – there’s quite a crowd in the restaurant so it could be good.
Here’s another view of the restaurant.
And so we ordered a Mutton Biryani (RM 20.80) rice and Beef Biryani (RM 19.80) rice – notice how they look alike?
Even after unraveling the rice to unveil the meat stash within it, it still looks the same.
Both tasted great, the mix of herbs and spices for the cooked rice and the well-marinated mutton and beef were nicely prepared. The mutton was slightly on the tough side but it’s a good thing it didn’t hurt the experience much. I truly enjoyed the flavors of the rice with meat mixed.
Soup Tulang (RM 9.80, and yes they spelled it as Soup instead of Sup) is the best value item for the day. At RM 10, the broth itself was with a generous helping of meat, boiled tender meat that peels gently from the bones and each chew leaves a sensational beefy taste, along with the dripping broth that moistens the taste buds. Lovely, just lovely!
The Mixed Vegetable at RM 10.80 on the other hand was disappointing, not that it doesn’t taste good but rather it’s RM 10.80 for a scanty amount of vegetables.
The Cendol (RM 6.80) was pretty good too, I think the photo speaks for itself. 😀 A sweet delight for a hot day, that’s for sure.
We also tried their Cinnamon, Cloves and Lime (RM 4.80) – a drink with an earthy touch, comes with brown sugar and lime for you to mix and match to your liking.
This place has Buurps’ sign of approval for anyone with Biryani cravings.