We were impressed by this restaurant on several levels.
One a very fair price for a bottle of wine, RM70 for a wine we paid RM60 for in a super market.
Two the service, not the fastest but professional, and the inattentiveness of the owner.
The Kedai Bindi, exquisite. I am not surprised that the recipe is a secret. We were a little disappointed with the Sheesh Kabab which had been left in the tandor a little too long and dried out, the Palok Chicken Massala was very watery, little doubt that the spinach had not been drained properly, or at all, before being added to the dish.
Overall a pleasant meal that could have been better but at a very reasonable price.
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