So if I were to ask around my friends or any mamak-kaki, the most expensive yet simple dish on the marmaque menu?
I'm assuming that I will get -- TANDOORI!
In KL, or i would say Klang valley area, the price of tandoori may be from RM4 to some reaching tens of ringgit for a piece of tandoori drumstick or a breast. This is a very yummy delicacies, but also, some may not willing to pay that much for the tandoori - which in my past experience - they always served dry and lack of taste.
But you might want to switch your prespective when you have a chance to set foor in this particular stall - Pak Putra Restoran.
Ryanne, the shop doesn't run his order by sequence, nor by the first come first serve basis, but at random! Imagine you were to arrive when 10 groups of peopledoes at simultaneeously, according to p(x) theory, you need to compete with 10 of them to get your food served!
Luckily we are blessed by the Goddess of Fortune. We have our food served within just 20 minutes, which is much much shorter compare to the two hours my friend has waited!
Now let's get back to the food business.
I can't really said this is the best chicken I've ever had, but definitely THE BEST tandoori that I've ever had! The drumstick I had is just cooked and you can still taste the juice of the meaty flesh which bounded inside after the long hours of char grill!
Well, I might also go back for the delicious cheese naan, where no other stall may serve the Cheese as CHEEZY as this particular naan!
So, tips of advice. You may not want to miss this for your next foot-stepped into Melaka, they are not just satay celup there!