Sri Melati Palace @ Bandar Sri Permaisuri, Cheras

Eek.. where do we take our friends to eat halal (but non-mamak) in cheras ? Oh no! My food hunting skills are being pushed to the limit here!
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Ah… have no fear… help is near! I remember once eating at this Halal Thai place in Bandar Sri Permaisuri… thankfully.. it wasn’t too hard to find:)
There it is! Sri Melati Palace.
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My friends were impressed… Little Chinese Gal knows where to find halal food so far from her home… hahaha :) TWO thumbs up!
I say… “Don’t thank me yet… try food first !”
Well the Tom Yam Gong was good.. as spicy as they come and sour enough to curl your toes, fingers and ears!
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The deep fried fish in Thai sauce was tangy, crispy and yet soft and fresh inside. Not bad for a second dish..
Let’s hope they keep impressing…

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We also had the beef green curry, the asparagus with prawn as well as the kerabu mango.
The beef was a little hard – not up to par. The Asparagus as too salty and over cooked… but the Kerabu Mango was delicious!
So…verdict? 3 good dishes out of 5…. Not bad la… for a “fish out of water”.. and not in her own kampung/neighbourhood.. right? :P
Address:
Sri Melati Palace, No 50. Jalan Permaisuri 9,
Bandar Sri Permaisuri, Cheras.
Food:5/10
Price: reasonable
Service: Good
Cleanliness:7/10
MSG levels: moderate

Comments

  1. Nic (KHKL) says:

    good job as usual, you indiana jones! hehehe…tom yam gong!!! the sourer, the better. bring it on!

  2. Lynette says:

    Oh oh oh .. where to find halal dim sum?? I have out-of-towners who want to eat dim sum, but they require halal food .. =)

  3. wah … so big prawn one! erm, ONE prawn only? we used to having halal meals, as majority of our colleagues are malays. til the point where sometimes we wished the minority are given a choice to dine separately. =P

  4. CUMI & CIKI says:

    nic:
    with my HAT and WHIP ! lol

    lynette:
    try mandarin Oriental – that’s the one i like best for their huge crunchy prawns.. but price on the steep side la

    j2kfm:
    hehe.. we had to fight for the prawns.. i get what u mean about the halal thing ;P

  5. altamaiz says:

    hey what is mamak?

  6. CUMI & CIKI says:

    altamaiz:
    mamak is normally street stall/coffee shop kind of indian muslim fast food. cheap and good :) normally Malaysians like to hang out with their “teh tarik” (pulled tea) here and chat till wee hours of morning. that’s the Mamak culture!