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Naan And Claypot Briyani At Kapitan, Ipoh

WENT FOR MY MORNING WALK IN POLO GROUND THIS MORNING and had a early breakie at Bercham New Paradise... I took a plate of noodles and some fish balls and that was around 9.30am...

At around 11am, I was "seduced" again by food callers... That is my weakness, I really have to admit.... Well, I didn't want to go initially, seriously no intention of going... but since I have to go to office for some matters, I changed my mind when more and more images of food crossed my mind!

Alright, it was not just food alone that lured me to eat again... it is the "company" that I looked forward to seeing again.... and so coming by here was actually "unplanned"....
Our place of meeting should be LCLY...
But Kapitan here is more attractive...
World class Naan bread and Claypot Briyani!
And the ladies couldn't resist taking a look at the flowers...
Such passion!
The kitchen that was facing us....
And we were served with an attractive menu..
But since the three of us were still quite full..
We ordered just the following to share...
Our mango lassi and teh tarik...
Garlic Naan... which blended very well with the curry and the mint served....
And their famous Briyani rice!
Comes in a claypot....
Enough to feed us three!
Ladies in action...
Don't play play!!
My Makan Kaki-s...
A few of them are missing no doubt...
Cos today is a working day... 
Not everyone is free like us, right?
*Berlagak!*
Our story teller of the century!
hahahaa...
Love to listen to her stories anytime!
We came in around 11.45am... 
and we were "given" the bill at 1.45pm...
We forgot it is a Friday today... 
They have to close temporary for prayers...
Nevertheless, that did not deter us...
We continued our "conversation" outside the premises on the five foot way...
Ladies are ladies...
*shake head*


Comments

  1. Ooooo...my girl's favourite. Haven't had for a long time - Indian chef went back to India. I heard he's back - gotta go one of these days.

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    1. Naan?? I prefer this instead of the rice... fattening! hahaha..

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  2. Will definitely go back again. Delicious briyani rice!!!

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    1. hahaha... this time try puree.. go earlier in the morning..

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  3. wah.. world class naan and claypot briyani, sure cannot miss out this place lah, haha!! put aside the "world class" title but the food looks good actually, also the mango lassi, very huge a glass leh, sure very satisfying.. :)

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    1. RM4 for a glass.. too sweet.. next time ask them to reduce sugar leh..

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  4. Aiyoh! I have not have naan for years!! Now I want to grab some. I like garlic naan but I prefer the cheesy one more. Hehe.

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    1. Got cheezy also but u know la... very fat fat... so garlic is a better choice..

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  5. Am not into Indian cuisine but definitely would love the mango lassi.

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    1. Ever since I start working in 1982, I baru learn how to eat Indian food..

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  6. I like the decor of this place, pretty! Did you know that so many food places have red paint because the color red stimulates your appetite and make us hungry!

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  7. You make me want to eat briyani rice!!

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  8. Love the mango lassi and so much garlic on that naan, nice... Now I also feel like eating briyani rice..

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  9. Wow! You are so diligent to wake up early and exercise. Your food looks good. I like the manggo lassi How much is it?

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  10. The claypot biryani must be delicious!

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