Restoran Hafiz, Pandan Indah

Posted: 2010-06-19 by W in 6.0 - 6.9, Eat, Halal, Indian, Lunch, Maiden Experience, Non-vegetarian
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... Restoran Hafiz.


... rice with egg, okra, lamb, fried squids.

Rating: 6.5/10

My sister brought me here for late lunch. She said the rice here is very nice, but I forgotten what it was called. The rice was cooked with chicken meats in it. The rice has nice aroma to it with slight hints of spice in it. The fried squids were horrible, while the muttons were acceptable. Fortunately, the curry sauce was quite good.

Unfortunately, the staff there was very pushy and keep putting stuff on my place, I had to order him to remove them, harshly.

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