Reasons to visit Najia’s Pakistani Tawa and Grill: authentic Pakistani cooking in a relaxed and cheerful setting; several vegetarian options; all dishes are halal; Prawn Masala and Char Pai Dal are a must-try; reasonably priced; great service.
The calamari is deliciously good ! They are beautifully deep fried till perfection and they are topped with the garlic aioli, chili sauce and the tartare sauce with it.
Verdict: The meal definitely didn’t turn out to be a tasty lunch that I was expecting. Portion and price wise, the food here good enough as a full meal that can be enjoyed frequently.
Dig into their mains menu featuring their juicy Lamb Chop and you are in for a meaty treat. Featuring one of the most prized and tender parts of the lamb, these succulents Australian lamb shoulder chops are grilled to perfection and served with straight cut fries with a choice of Mushroom black pepper or Rosemary sauce for the extra flavour!
The first sip of their Deerioca Milk is nice and not overpoweringly sweet. It’s enough of a sugar hit to classify this as a sweet indulgence, but not so sugary that you need a drink of water immediately afterwards. The milk has that roof of the mouth richness that tastes like full-fat milk. This is not for dieters! Despite this overly creamy flavour, this is a much lighter beverage than Tiger Sugar or even LiHo Tea
I have been in for this signature dish a few times already. Pork Bone Stew (M) – enough to feed for 2-3 pax! You can add ramyeon after that. @ RM 55 There are a few ingredient that makes this a great dish which is from the leaves on the bottom right. That gives a slight bitter fragrant flavour yet push it into the kimchi stew soup with their hint of pepper and spicy powder, then mix it all up. The soup gives you a whole new level of taste. Best to go with Soju BomB!
Reasons to visit Drop Exchange KL: delicious Indian recipes; don’t miss the mirchi fritters and berry pulao vegetables (Rich’s favourite) and the chargrilled cottage cheese and dal makhni (my loves); a fun bar concept where guests can “trade” their drinks on the “stock market.”
There is some serious eats right here and it is a place which I would visit again, which in fact I did as just one visit would not do it justice.
Salli Ma Margi (RM 25.00). This curry dish is of Persian origin; which has a strong combination flavour of spices and herb. The chicken meat was tender with the thick gravy superbly matched with the pav that is served with this dish.
Papeta Par Edu RM 20. Moving on, there's the hearty vegetarian dish called Papeta Par Edu ~ Featuring a Parsi-style tomato onion masala dish topped beautifully with a baked sunny-side-up egg. To best complement this dish, it served with Pav, those soft fluffy buns to soak or mop up the flavoursome aromatic gravy. If you're looking for a more filling meal with some meat, add in RM 5 for chicken.