Saturday, October 15, 2011

M. Gulam Rasul Spicy Food

Inclusive in this one day tour to Teluk Intan, we were given a special fried drumstick from this famous stall called M. Gulam Rasul, free of charge, courtesy from the tour guide himself. He told us that this Gulam Rasul is very well known in Teluk Intan... well, I am not a fan of spicy food but if free one, then must try.... hahahaa....

heard that the owner purposely bought the land
beside his stall for the patrons to park...

the front portion...

serving the guests.... us....

i think this is called briyani rice...

choose your own ... then only pay...

fish head curry....

each of us took one piece...
Hey, whose hand is that??

21 comments:

  1. looks yummy indeed. must be your hand.. super claire, take photo but hand can take food at the same time . LOL

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  2. That hand just couldn't wait any longer for her share. That also reflected on how tempting the drumnsticks were...

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  3. I tot fried drumstick? why ended up with all kind of meats! lol

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  4. angel: not bad! a bit saltish...


    issac:ahhhh.. can u do this?


    pam: actually saltish la.. but who is to complain? hahaha..


    henry: hehee.. tot no one observed! the drumsticks all walloped liow.. these are the remainders! :)

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  5. that kakak not happy with you taking her photo??

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  6. lena, not sure.. maybe she thought we wanted to eat but we didnt?

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  7. Next time ah... try not to go here... this restaurant have history of serving 'ayam mati' and those sick, unslaughtered chicken. Alot of TI people know about this... and each time I go back TI, I will avoid eating at Ghulam. Kena ayam mati scare liao.

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  8. so much variety to choose from..yummy

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  9. Omg claire..... Lookssss gooodddd... I wantttt... Hihihi

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  10. I don't know if I would try this. A bit of a culture shock for me.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  11. sei for! hungry jor. Dinner not enough just now

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  12. So was it too spicy? And the fish heads, have you had any? Ewww, do you even eat the eyes??? Or do you eat around them?

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  13. Yummmmm...I would love this! But one thing I've noticed at such makan places over there - they never cover the food. This one - doesn't look like there are a lot of flies...but the stalls I saw at Sg Petani. Real pengsan, I tell you.... The flies like Japanese war planes!!!

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  14. Agree with Athur's comment on the stalls at Sg. Petani. Flies, flies...flies, everywhere, hahaha

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  15. I dont' take spicy food but it looks very yummy too to me.

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  16. Wow, looks yummy! Look at the big pot!! ;0

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  17. what a huge pot of nasi briyani!! :o:o fried chicken looks yummy!! :D:D

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  18. Hi Reanaclaire, sure looks good. I have always loved this dish. Fortunately we can get it here in Canada.
    Have fun and keep well.
    Lee.

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  19. I am not into spicy food so much.. but once awhile, will eat..

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  20. free food! you are so lucky. given the choice, i don't fancy spicy food much too ;)

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