Nirwana Maju

After meeting my friends, I went over to my sister's place at Damansara Perdana.

Here's the view from the balcony..
view of the opposite condominium..



The next morning, ie last Sunday, we went for banana leaf curry rice in Bangsar.

Restoran Nirwana Maju

a big banana leaf was put in front of me..
then the rice was put on the leaf..

added the dhal..sambal..

curry potatoes..fried brinjal..and a plate of fried squid

Scrumptious..


I wanted to try this special rice for quite some time already 
but I just couldn't find the time..

Finally, I made it!


Comments

  1. You were managed to stay a night at KL, great. Otherwise it would be too tiring to travel back to Ipoh again.

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    1. I don't usually travel to and fro..

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  2. I have heard of Banana leaf rice long ago, but I never try it before. Anyway I am not a rice person.

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    1. huh!! really not tried before?? Taiping has no banana leaf rice to eat meh??

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    2. you should try at least once..you don't have to eat much rice..

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    3. Ya no need eat much rice. eat the vege. very nice. been there twice.

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    4. Come come.
      Yan, we eat there when you come to KL. :)

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    5. Taiping has, but not nice, no umh one! I stopped eating banana leaf rice after moving back to my hometown :)

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    6. yea, can have a get together there, eating banana leaf rice..

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    7. Now I know where the guest bloggers should eat. Lotus Banana leaf at Jalan Gasing!!! Damn good.

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  3. Did you manage to do some shopping in KL later?

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  4. wow they were serving foods in banana leaves? thats cool

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    1. yeah, we have this banana leaf rice quite common over here.. and it's also to best eat with your hands!! :)

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    2. yes..but I don't like to eat with my fingers..very messy.

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    3. I ate with my hand, long long time ago, in primary and secondary schools. But now no more. Like wenn said, messy :p

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    4. ya it's common over here. and taste wonderful if they use real banana leaf. some shopm stopped using real banana leaf

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    5. it's always tastier to eat with our fingers..but it's not for me..

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    6. lol...me use fork and spoon too

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  5. they dont need much help from the dishwasher then hhaaha

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  6. Once awhile eat from banana leaf is nice... so did you have a nice time in KL?

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    1. yes, nice to take a break from work..

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  7. oh, you spent a night at your sister's place in Damansara.. how nice!!

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    1. I usually stay at my brother's place..

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    2. Mmmm..the place looks familiar. thunk a relative stay there...name of condo is it start with A?

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  8. it will be extremely exhausting if you were to drive back to Ipoh after meeting up with your friends..

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    1. I don't do that..take the chance to meet my siblings..

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    2. Ya very tiring to travel to n fro like that. the other went ipoh 3pm come home 9pm...till now still tired.

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    3. yea, very tiring to do that if you drive..

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  9. nice garden and pool view from your sister's condo.. but of course the condo opposite isn't such a nice one, hahaha~~

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    1. I like the lovely view of the pool..

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  10. the Nirwana Maju restaurant looks quite familiar, i think i've been there before..

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  11. is it just opposite the Bangsar Village shopping mall??

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  12. looks good.. and you know what i like best?? the deep fried mini bitter gourd.. taste so nice, crunchy and not bitter at all..

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    1. oh..I must have mistaken..that's the bitter gourd..

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  13. i love banana leaf rice too...especially eating with fingers.... and those fried stuffs.....

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    1. it is good to put up a night....so won't be so rushing driving to and fro from Ipoh! Quite a distance....

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    2. My first time and I would love to have it again..
      I dislike driving to and fro KL..

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  14. Usually i would request for fried Bittergourd when i eat that and the fried cili. Super ho jiak

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    1. oh..those fried bitter gourd was not spicy at all!

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  15. How come you didn't plan to meet KL bloggers? I think we must have scared you with all our hamsap titles!! Wakakakaka.....

    I just live 1 mins drive from your sister's place!

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    1. well, that was an impromptu trip..maybe next time I can plan to meet you up should I go to my sister's place again..

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