Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Banana Leaf Rice @ Sri Nirwana Maju, Bangsar, KL

Sri Nirwana Maju is one of the more popular banana leaf rice restaurants in the Bangsar area. If you happen to walk past the restaurant around noon, chances are you would have seen a long queue outside the restaurant.

So, Hubby and I got to the restaurant around 11.15am, and yay, no queue! The restaurant was still relatively quiet at that time, which meant that it was not so stuffy as well. I came here a long time ago with my brother, and it got really hot inside when the place is full.



So, we ordered 2 banana leaf rice (RM8.50 each), which comes with rice, three types of vegetables, your choice of curry (fish curry, chicken curry or dhall), rasam, pickle and salted chilli as well as poppadums. The fish curry had quite a spicy kick to it, very tasty. The three types of vegetables during our visit was cucumber raita, pumpkin and deep fried snake gourd. Unfortunately, the vegetables here are not refillable (any refills will be charged).

We also ordered a portion of mutton curry (RM8) - the meat chunks were tender and delicious. Overall, everything was very nicely done, we thoroughly enjoyed our meal. Would definitely come back!




Mutton curry


Mango lassi (RM6)


The menu here - they also do a selection of fried noodles, rice, and other curries. 



Open 24 hours.

Price: Total bill RM32.90.

Location: Restoran Sri Nirwana Maju, 43 Jalan Telawi 3, 59100 Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur. (Street parking available, or park at Bangsar Village and walk across)

Tel: 03-2287 8445

GPS Coordinates: 3.131110, 101.671053


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7 comments:

  1. This looks delicious and exotic.

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  2. Sounds fun! This is a very unique way to eat. The food looks delicious and very satisfying! :)

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  3. I miss this...a lot!!! None here, too few Indians around, I guess. They have nice ones in Kuching, not here.

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  4. The pic showed your husband diving into his BLR with his hands (yay!)....only to reveal a spoon in a later pic...hehe! :D

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  5. Banana leaf!!! I like! None here, too few Indians around, I guess. :(

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  6. My last visit on march 2016,that time vegetables can be refill without charges

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  7. went there yday. the foods,the service was very good. the salted chili really tasty. i chose fish curry. the smell, the taste is very good compared to chicken curry which is very spicy and no taste of sweetness. and they close at 1am. no longer open 24hrs.

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