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Our Spicy Moments At The Spice Kitchen, Johor

DURING ONE OF THOSE LAZY EVENINGS when Reanaclaire's kitchen was closed, we went for something different for our dinner.  AA suggested that we go to The Spice Kitchen since ND is a member there too.  Member = 50% discount.  LOL... So off we went and this time, our food came very fast unlike the other time, we waited almost an hour, maybe it was on a Saturday then.

The Spice Kitchen is a fusion restaurant, an authentic Indian-Chinese, Indian and Thai restaurant where traditional Hakka recipes are infused with Indian spices.... hmmmm... no wonder the menu shows a combination of both....

We ordered something simple for our dinner that evening for we do not want to tuck in too full, all of us seem to be "rounded" by now... LOL...
The boys did the ordering.... 
While I admired the layout in front of me.... 
Started off with Dry Cauliflower Manchurian.... 
Famous Kolkata tossed with spices...a bit sweet and spicy..
Indeed it suits my taste buds!
Mutton Curry....
AA wanted Lentils to go with the Naan....
Oh wait... there is another chicken dish...
I must have forgotten to take the picture... aiyah...
And we ordered dried fruits Naan.. they were good and we ordered another round of this...
Something sweet to go with the savoury dishes....
A picture before we partake our food... 
And our usual thanksgiving .... 
Couldn't remember the price, must be around RM60... :)
This is the place... The Spice Kitchen where all the spices are... :)

Comments

  1. I like the wall shelves. The boys looked so serious looking at the menu. Lol.

    Dried fruit naan. Something unusual. Never had that before. I always go for plain, butter or cheesy naan.

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  2. The outside looks very pretty and prosperous. I would love this naan! Are both your boys living close to you now? Not off in another city? Are they both working?

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    1. No, they are staying far away and yes, they are working.. :)

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  3. The dried fruits naan look very interesting, would be nice if dip with curry, love the look of all the food here

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  4. I'd go for anything Indian...or Thai! Here we have a place, Indian and Indonesian, two separate kitchens, great food both.

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    1. Yes, not too bad... once awhile like to eat naan

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  6. forgotten to take photo? how cannnnn LOL

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    1. Other people wont forget except for Reanaclaire... LOL..

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  7. I just noticed your 2 handsome boys look like friends with different looks. One looks like pretty mama.

    I like the idea of this Dry Cauliflower Manchurian! Since I loved cauliflower, I should fry them like this. Roti Naan is my favourite but it is very flatulence on me. Why ah?

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    1. hahaha... wonder who looks like me.. yeah, both different looks and characters too!

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  8. mutton curry and naan for me! both your boys look so happy!

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