I was introduce by my friend that the original Seni Sattisorru Claypot Curry Rice is hidden inside Brickfields. The heart of Little India in KL. He mention that, currently this is one of his favourite place for this Indian Curry Claypot rice that brings a satisfactory kick to him.
A place which is rather newly operated which is about 9 months old and did ask the owner on the other outlet mention by other media platform. He mention that that is sort of like another branch but authenticity still remains here as he is the founding person.
by Looking at their cooking method and ingredients prepare at the side, I am pretty sure that I am going to enjoy this dish. Easily there are 15 types of ingredient including spices in this table.
you get to choose what type of meat you prefer as their main are Chicken, Mutton, Fish, Vegetarian and others.
Look at the thick curries.
We order both Chicken and mutton to try it out and I find that mutton is the best option. Love the small pieces chunks which is just nice to bite on each spoonfull. Love the curry spices mild after taste of it as it is pretty fragrant. One thing is lacking is the spiciness. Just of hint of it at the moment.
very interesting too. Maybe also I associate to Chinese type of claypot rice where I do expect some burnt edges at the bottom. Wondering how would it taste like if a burnt curry. Could it be more fragrant?
certainly would not mind to go back again and next round would go back by ordering a side mutton curry too. Just by looking at the fiery red colour and the smell of fragrant spices poke through my nose makes me drool.
Worth to come a try as it starts from RM 8 onwards. They are operating in this Foodcourt in Brickfields.
-= Ka Ching =-
Food Rating 7/10, Not too bad eh.Can cuba cuba!!!~-Stamped-
–Warning– This is based on my individual taste. Try it at your own risk-
Seni Sattisorru Claypot Curry Rice
Medan Selera Brickfields
Jalan Tun Sambatan
Brickfields, 55200 KL
5pm – 11pm