A little birdy told me that there is a new, one month old roadside stall in Taman Desa that serves pretty good Indian mix rice for lunch.
Where is it located?? Outside Medan Selera Taman Danau Desa. Outside this foodcourt, by the roadside, you’d first see an Indian stall selling flowers and next to the flower shop is Devi Puspa.
I arrived at 12 pm, most dishes were already ready and available. Some items like fried bittergourd were in the midst of being fried. At first glance, it may seem like it lacks variety but as you start focusing and deciding on what dishes you want, you’d realise soon enough that there is planty to choose from. On some days, you may even get a mutton parathal option, which according to a regular customer we met at the stall – is very good.
Plate 1 + Plate 2 = RM 17.60
Oooo man, food was yummy. Some restaurants serve good food, it is commercial. Others serve equally as good food but it taste homecooked .. yea, Devi Puspa is the latter. Plate 1 consisted of rice + fish varuval + sotong sambal + brinjal. Plate 2 consisted of rice + chicken parathal + brinjal + spinach.
The fish varuval is a dish I rarely come by, very rarely. If I did not know any better, I would have easily assumed that it was chicken varuval because it looked very similar to one another. The dead giveaway is when you taste it, the fish (a pari/stingray) texture does not resemble a chicken at all 😄. It tasted awesome. Spiciness and taste was on point. The sotong sambal reminded me of my mums’ cooking. A little sweetness with a burst of flavors. Chicken parathal was awesome too. Me like it 😍😍. The brinjal tasted good and most importantly, it did not come soaked in oil.
Overall, food was great and it was affordably priced. I would certain drop by again.