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Delicious Biryani Rice @ Central Market Fish Head Curry Restaurant, Bangi


A week ago my family and me made an impromptu trip to Bangi for biryani rice. My dad has been telling us about this delicious biryani rice for the longest time. Every time when I said I wanted to eat biryani rice, he will tell us about the one he had at Bangi. Dad reminiscent about that biryani rice for many years and finally we made the trip to Bangi last week to see how true were his words.

My dad doesn’t know the shop name or address. All he knows is by its location. Thankfully we did not get lost. The biryani restaurant is located inside Bangi Utama Shopping Complex.

Central Market Fish Head Curry Restaurant @ Bangi
The first thing I saw were these. And I like what I see. Haha *already licking my lips*

Biryani Rice @ Central Market Fish Head Curry Restaurant, Bangi
A BIG pot of biryani rice!!! They have white rice too but of course biryani rice were the main reason we’re here so of course we go with biryani rice. 🙂

Assortment of Meats @ Central Market Fish Head Curry Restaurant, Bangi
Assortments of meat. There’s fried fried chicken, fish, prawns and squid.

Assorted Dishes @ Central Market Fish Head Curry Restaurant, Bangi
Side dishes to go with your rice.

Assorted Dishes @ Central Market Fish Head Curry Restaurant, Bangi
More side dishes.

Beef Curry @ Central Market Fish Head Curry Restaurant, Bangi
A big pot of mutton curry. This must be their star curry.

Central Market Fish Head Curry Restaurant @ Bangi
Taken on the way up the stairs. I love this atmosphere. Colorful and so Malaysian. Because they have limited seating downstairs, we had our lunch upstairs.

Nasi Biryani with Side Dishes @ Central Market Fish Head Curry Restaurant, Bangi
Dad’s plate @ RM9.50: biryani rice with hard-boiled egg, mutton curry and cabbage

Nasi Biryani with Side Dishes @ Central Market Fish Head Curry Restaurant, Bangi
Mom’s plate @ RM9.80: biryani rice with hard-boiled egg, salted duck egg, chicken curry and cabbage.

Nasi Biryani with Side Dishes @ Central Market Fish Head Curry Restaurant, Bangi
Sis and mine @ RM8.80 (we shared a plate): biryani rice with hard-boiled egg, chicken curry, acar and cabbage. Gravy laden with chicken and fish curry. Best eaten with bare hands!

The biryani rice were tender and perfect including the side dishes and papadam chips (in photo below). Everything came together so nicely in my mouth. Basically all were wonderful except one thing. It was not spicy enough according to mom and me.

Complete Satisfaction @ Central Market Fish Head Curry Restaurant, Bangi
Complete satisfaction!!! I actually did not plan to show you this uhm unappetizing photo but choose to anyway.

Central Market Fish Head Curry Restaurant @ Bangi
Thank you misters for a complete satisfying meal. I’ll be back!

Central Market Fish Head Curry Restaurant @ Bangi
Only after I came down did I realized the name of this restaurant. Hmm… so they’re famous for their fish head curry? (since it’s on their shop name) Then I must try next time.

Central Market Fish Head Curry Restaurant @ Bangi
Entrance to Central Market Fish Head Curry Restaurant. It’s located beside KFC.

Remember my sis and me shared a plate? That’s because wanted to watch our weight. Little did we know it’s a blessing as we head to our next unplanned food agenda. Stay tuned!

p/s: This was the day MH370 vanished from the sky. 🙁

Address:
Central Market Fish Head Curry Restaurant (beside KFC)
Ground Floor, Bangi Utama Shopping Complex,
1 Jalan Medan Bangi,
Bandar Baru Bangi
43650 Bangi,
Selangor

Map:

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Taken with Samsung Galaxy S3

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2 Comments

  • Reply foongpc March 23, 2014 at 9:14 pm

    Wow! I want biryani rice! So delicious!!! By the way, is it biryani or briyani? I had biryani rice on board AirAsia during my flight back from Bangkok and I loved it! (AirAsia spelt it as briyani in their menu – which is correct?) If I can enjoy basic biryani in the plane, I am sure I will really like the biryani rice you had here!!

    • Reply Che-Cheh March 23, 2014 at 10:13 pm

      I dunno which is correct. I guess can be both? Oh gotta try AirAsia briyani then. 🙂

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