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Taandori Grill For A Birthday Celebration

This year our Birthday Girl suggested something very different, from the normal Chinese food to Western during previous years, she suggested a place called Tandoori Grill for the first time in history! Well, that was a great idea actually, we have never been to a North Indian meal together and this is the first time we stepped inside Tandoor Grill....
 Here we are.... at Tandoori Grill.. 
a nice huge bungalow turned into a restaurant...
At the front of the entrance...
An enchanted scenery upon entering....
The ambience is very nice... 
The warm and dim lighting reflecting
and turning the place to a soothing environment...
 The staff are very friendly and courteous....
 And being the early birds, we took a few pictures here and there...
Upon recommendation from the staff, we ordered these..
Mango Lassi
Sizzling Tandoori Chicken
Curry Mutton
Eggplants with spices...
 Mashed Potatoes with Mushrooms..
Basket of Naan consisting of different varieties...
And the bill came to around RM125.... 
 Will we come again?
We definitely will.... 
after the spicy-ness in our bodies have settled down!
For spicy-lovers, this is surely one place that shouldn't be missed!

Tandoor Grill
No. 9, Jalan Chin Choon Sam, Greentown, 30450 Ipoh,
Perak, Malaysia.
Tel : 05-253 5995


  1. Looks good, i don't like those watery curries, but these seem to be fiery hot and flavorful, slightly a bit pricey i guess, cost more than rm30 per person....

  2. oh, indeed a special birthday celebration at a Northern Indian restaurant!! i like it, actually i think northern indian food is very nice.. ahh, love the lassi, love the tandoori chicken, love the potatoes with mushrooms and the garlic naan!! nice choice!! :)

  3. Indeed something very different!

    The food looks so mouth watering!

  4. Ken: actually the food is 115 then plis tax.. Etc...

    Sk: love everything! Hahaha...

    Hatley: i cannot take too spicy..but i still like to go again one day....

  5. Food looks good. I like to eat tandoori chicken. Happy Birthday to your daughter again!

  6. Ooooo....I had Indian too over the weekend. Love Indian food! Yours look so high class, like western restaurant leh? Nice place...must take me next time I go Ipoh, eh?

  7. P.S.
    You look so young, you look like your children's sister...

  8. I love real Indian food more than Mamak food. What a happy gathering you had.
    Happy birthday girl.

  9. Though not a fan of Indian food but those looks yummy and from the fiery red, I can feel the spicy-ness. Nice for a change.

  10. mun: thank you!!

    stp: sure! remind me again when you come.. hahaha...

  11. stp: hey, no need to compliment me for a free meal leh.. anyway, thanks for flattering me.... hahaha...

    TM: thank you, Man!

  12. sharon: but spicy leh!

    irene: yeah, something different.. she suggested it.. so... :)

  13. oh, I don't think I can tahan the spiciness.


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