Guess where we headed to this time in search for yummy indian food? Yatra yawwwwwww. Having been around for about 2,3 months or so, this eatery has steadily been garnering positive reviews. Naturally, it got me all excited and so – here I am.
I kindda dig their interior. If you guys have been to Anneh in Damansara Uptown, you would know what I mean. Both these eateries have a modern, comtemporary take that just exudes cosiness and a welcoming feel. I like it very much. Yatra have both indoor and outdoor seating and everything is well spaced out. Service was fast, good and efficient.
Thali Set with Chicken Sambal, 20 ringgit
This is how their Thali set looks like and for 20 ringgit – I think it really is worth it. The set come with an option of 3 type of rice – white, parboiled and briyani, of which I opted for the latter, briyani. The rice itself was delicious, soft and moist, accompanied with cashew nuts and raisins. Then, you’d get 6 side dishes – 3 vegetables (spinach, potatoes, bittergourd), 2 gravies (sambar, sothi) and 1 portion of onion with yogurt. That is not all. Also on the plate is a cup of rasam and payasam yawwwww! + papadam. Okay, and then of a separate bowl is the chicken sambal with 1 huge, meaty chicken drumstick and green peas for garnish. It literally was like a mini food heaven – you’d get everything from starter, to main meal, to side dish and dessert. It tasted yummy. I would not change a thing except maybe for free flow of payasam? lol.
Oooo and did I mention, after you placed your order and before the thali set arrived – they give you a plate of omapodi? Like for reals yawwww. Crunchy n spicy – me like. I gobbled it all up before my brain managed to stop me long enough to take a pic, so forgive me for the lack of pictures.
Would I head here again?
I totally would. Loved the food and the ambiance. Service was good and efficient.
Address: Unit B – G – 5, Ativo Plaze, Persiaran Perdana, Bandar Sri Damansara
Opening hours: Tuesdays to Sundays, 10 am – 10 pm.
Signing out now, Ciao.