I dined for a dinner and turns out to be quite comforting. The Banana Leaf was a bit sad in my experience, the vege isn’t fresh, the gravy was good along with the chicken tandoori. Papadom was soggy. Nasi Goreng Ayam was great as though, it has that distinctive taste. But will give this place a chance again for its fried dish.
The food here sedappp, like typical mamak, but here more to southern indian food.
The location is good, with ample parking. The restaurant serves mainly common traditional Indian food like rice, gravy, tosai and capati. Enjoyed the curry chicken, well cooked with tender meat. However tosai didn't come with its 'must have' chutney. The price is okay, normal.
The wash basin and toilets need to be upgraded. Certainly, a big letdown. Generally, it's quite clean with the premises.