A long long long overdue post ( wayyy back in Jan) –the dog ate my notes
This was another meal from the Groupon promotion..goodness me, it is almost like every post you see here is a Groupon meal… how har ? how did I survive before Groupon ? Below are the details of the deal
Radhey offers vegetarian cuisine and is located at the 3 ½ mile of Old Klang Road, most prominent landmark would be HSBC and Old Town Cafe. Our visit took place on a weekend and there were no problem in getting a parking space, I am not sure about the parking availability during weekdays though. We paid a flat rate of RM2/entry
You will have to climb a flight of stairs to get to Radhey..a bit of exercise before a meal…
The all you can eat buffet is priced at RM27.30 , which ( according to the menu) include variety of rice, vegetables, lentils, complimented with naan/tandoori roti, achar, papaad, chutney cut fruits and dessert. Below is the spread
For the Groupon deal, for starters- we had a choice of Hara Bhara Kabab, Paneer Kurkure Kabab, Papadi Chaat, Paneer 65, Sheesh Kabab, Cheese Palak Kabab, Aloo Chaat and Aloo Tikki..Errr…what ? I am know that I am useless in Japanese restaurants as I am not familiar with the names of the dishes and now I can add Indian cuisine to this list of ‘things I am useless in’. My makan companion for the day was as mong char char /blur sotong as my goodself – this shortcoming meant that the waiter had to explain what were each of the items on the list. Lucky for us, he was very patient one lor…We decided to go for the Papadi ( Papdi) Chaat.
We were questioning our choice when the Papadi Chaat arrived at our table, it looked kinda intimidating with all that white gooey stuff all over the place. But…when I took the first bite , the combination of the crispy base , the cold sourish yogurt and combination of spices and apa-apa ingredients camouflaged ( maybe potatoes and chickpeas are there too ?) under the white yogurt storm was wonderful. Ahh…very nice
There were 3 choices of soup : Manchow soup, tomato soup and hot & sour soup. We went for the Manchow and tomato soup.The Manchow soup had cabbages, carrots and what looked like strands of crispy instant noodles in it, the flavour was soup- perut-ish . As for the tomato soup, this was seasoned with some spice and therefore didn’t taste like the western meal type of tomato soup. To summarize – I prefer the western style tomato soup.
For our carbo rations we decided to have naan and rice. And as for the mains we had , Paneer Pasanda : deep fried paneer ( cottage cheese), tomato and mawa cooked in creamy cashewnut gravy; and Paleek Paneer :homemade paneer, cooked with creamed spinach is a delicate blend of Indian spices
The paneer pasanda was mildly sweetish and mildly spicy. This was very rich, tangy and creamy. I had somehow mistook the paneer for tofu as they had ( according to me) a similar texture….yummyy. The paleek paneer was creamy, green and rich. I liked it so much and was eating this in spoonfuls instead of with the naan, enjoying each mouthful of the smooth creamed spinach
Extracted from Wikipedia – Paneer is an unaged acid-set, non-melting farmer cheese of curd cheese made by curdling heated milk with lemon juice, vinegar, or any other food acids. Unlike many cheeses in the world, the making of paneer does not involve rennet as the coagulation agent, thus making it completely lacto- vegetarian and providing one of the sources of protein for vegetarians in India. It is generally unsalted.
For dessert , we had mango and pistachio kulfi. The mango kulfi was delicious. It was creamy and rich. The pistachio kulfi was a bit of a disappointment- the flavour pistachio was overpowered by strong milky-ish flavour, the texture of the pistachio kulfi was a bit uneven as well
Overall, it was an enjoyable meal
Business Hours: Mondays 6:00PM – 10:30PM , Tuesdays to Sundays 11:30 AM – 10:30 PMLocation : No. 23-1, 3rd Mile Square, 151 Old Klang Road, Batu 3 ½
Kuala Lumpur 58100 Tel : 012 3733225