For some reason, despite being a regular in the area, I’ve missed the existence of this Indian restaurant. It was not until a recent catch-up session among friends that I took note of it.
If you guys are worried about about the road congestion and difficulty in parking, do not worry as Indian Spices Village is not located within the popular Telawi area. Instead, it is located along Lorong Maarof, within the same row as HSBC Restaurant and WTF Bangsar.
The restaurant itself was comfortable, air-condotioned. Customer service was good, we were immediately attended to.
Chicken Keema Thosai, RM13
This thosai was delicious and it will fill you up. The chicken filling was very generous, perhaps enough to fill more than half the thosai. I loved it. The chicken was tasty, had plenty of flavor and oooo, spicy too. The thosai is served with a side of mint chutney, chicken curry and sambar which was flavorful by itself but I did not need it because the chicken filling itself was more than enough. By the end of it, I was full. This thosai was a meal by itself.
Chicken Dun Biryani, RM 15
The biryani too was delicious. This dish comes with 2 options, whether you’d like fried chicken or steamed chicken, we opted for the latter and it was a good choice. There were 2 medium/large sized chicken pieces of tender and soft chicken meat that was perfect to eat with the rice. The dish also came with a side of curry, raita and an egg.
Kothu Chicken Idiyappam, RM 11
The Kothu Chicken Idiyappam was tasty. It resembled eating an Indian styled mee hoon dish. It was a good portion size, included lots of idiyappam, eggs, chicken, onions and curry leaves. Delicious.
Would I head back here? Of course. It was a good experience all around. I’d be back for another visit very soon.
Address: 86, Lorong Maarof, Bangsar.
Opening hours: Everyday, 10 am – 10 pm
FB page: https://www.facebook.com/indianspicesvillage
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