JOM JOM MALAY – A MALAYSIAN DELIGHT IN DELHI

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The Five State Menu has been a great experience in Jom Jom. 

In for some authentic Malaysian food, is the the go to place guys! Been there with two of my close friends and had a ball of a time. Beautiful Malaysian influence interior and decor.

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Loved the fact that we had to create our own Sambal. All the ingredients are provided and you have mix them up with the help of a postal and mortar.Coming back to food…. they were serving a special menu from five different states of Malaysia.

Melaka (is a state in Malaysia located in the southern region of the Malay Peninsula)

Johor (Johore is located in the southern portion of Peninsular Malaysia. It is one of the most developed states of Malaysia)

Sarawak – (Located in northwest “Borneo Island”, Sarawak is bordered by the Malaysian state of “Sarah” to the northeast, “Kalimantan”, the Indonesian portion of Borneo, to the south, and the independent country of Brunei in the north.)

Kelantan (Kelantan is a rural state in the northeast of Peninsular Malaysia. Kota Bharu, the riverside capital, is home to royal palaces)

Penang (Penang is a state in northwest Malaysia comprising mainland Seberang Perai and Penang Island.)

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– Dishes I loved – 

Appetizers  –

# Kombia – This dish is from the state of “Sarawak”. It is a Spicy Malaysian lamb sliders with wonderful flavours and juiciness. This appetiser was one of my favourite.

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# Sambal Udang Dengan Bola Beras – The was from the state of “Melaka”. A Spicy sambal prawns with steamed rice balls.

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Mains –

# Laksam Kelantan – As the name suggest the dish is from the state of “Kelantan”. Its a Coconut based white laksa (Laksa is a popular spicy noodle soup) with seafood, fresh herbs & house rice noodles roll with homemade chilli paste. 

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# Ayam Pansuh – Belongs to the state of “Sarawak” , its a chicken dish cooked in its own juices with bamboo shoot and herbs.

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# Otak Otak – Belongs to the state of “Johor” its a Steamed Chilli lime flavoured fish cake wrapped in banana leaf with fried onion served with sticky rice cake.

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# Laksa Penang – We can recognise from the name that it belongs to the state of Penang and Laksa meaning spicy noodle soup. So it is a seafood base curry soup with zing of Tamarind. 

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Few More Dishes served were – 

# Tauhu Bakar – Crisp silken tofu with shredded cucumber, carrots, chives topped with rojak sauce

# Sarawak Popiah Rolls – Gluten wrappers with Yam, Carrot & curried potatoes.

# Acar Melayu – Sweet spicy Malaysian pickle with nutty sesame flavour served with sticky rice. 

# Nasi Kapur Kunyit – Turmeric & lime scented steamed rice. Best served with Ayam, Kambing, Campuran Sayur

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Cuisines

Malaysian, Asian

Average Cost 

₹1,800 for two people

Opening hours

 12 Noon to 3:30 PM, 7 PM to 11:30 PM

Address

BG 04, Ansal Plaza, Andrews Ganj, Khel Gaon Marg, New Delhi

 

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Andrea’s Eatery

This is a travel inspired restaurant which is reflected through its menu. Each and every item will be from a destination travelled and experienced by the man himself “Andrea Pauro” a traveller. Dishes includes places like Goa, Bangkok, New York, Dubai, Indonesia, Venice, Tuscan and more awesome places and the menu is designed with interesting details of the different places.

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Andrea’s Eatery, is an initiative to create a space that offers foodies an opportunity to experience dishes from all over the world, in a beautiful setting with great service and value.

The menu will evolve continuously by introducing new recipes, experimenting with new flavours and constantly keeping the novelty factor alive.
By Head Chef Mohit Jaggi

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And I would totally agree to each and every word he said. It was not just a casual dine out or just another day with my girl friends. It ended up becoming a gastronomical experience. Right from service to ambiance, flavours to aroma…. all became like a night at the carnival. What a beautiful and flavourful afternoon spent with my girls. 
Never had such a wonderful time eating out.

** Few Favourites **

Andrea’s House Salad – Totally refreshing salad to start with. Rocket leafs, pine nuts and goat cheese. heavenly combination of crunch, gooey cheese sour and sweet leafs.

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Andrea’s House Salad

Caramel Pork – Its a pork lovers delight. 5 hour slow braised Austrian Pork Shoulder on sticky Jasmine Rice topped with wok tossed snow peas and burnt garlic. Juicy and tender grilled pork which melts in your mouth. A comfort food indeed. 

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Caramel Pork

Sea BassThe best “Sea Bass” of my life. Pan Seared till Crispy, served with Mustard and Leek Cream with Burned Garlic and Baby Spinach.   

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Fresh Butter Garlic PrawnsPan Seared Butter Garlic Prawns served with hand cut fries.

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Butter Garlic Prawns

Many thanks to the chef for such an amazing food prepared for us. *Specially For A Customised Dessert Platter* by the CHEF himself. 

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** SANA-DI-GE ** A Coastal Cuisine Delight

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It was a random plan to visit this place with one of my friend. We both share a common weakness which is for costal cuisine and sea food.

Sana-Di-Ge in Tulu refers to the brass lamp lit on auspicious occasions in the coastal belt of Karnataka. It is a coastal speciality fine dine restaurant with splendid ambiance and serving wide varieties of Coastal Cuisine.

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The menu is eclectic blend of coastal cuisine, North Indian Cuisine and Chinese Cuisine. 

 

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My Love for this place is little personal as it took me back to my fond memories of years I stayed in Goa. Fresh Fish, Beaches and Sand, Coconut Curry, Local Market and their fresh produce. My friend from Mangalore who can’t stop talking about “Ghee Rice” and South Costal Cuisine. He made amazing dishes for few close friends and thats when I fell in love with costal cuisine.

At “Sana-Di-Ge”  I relived my past happy moments of costal cuisine and cherished each and every morsel. It is an absolute essential and a must try for food lovers..

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Few Items which made my taste buds go gaga were –

Starters –

# Mushroom Pepper Fry

# Anjal Fish Rawa Fry

# Prawn Butter Pepper Garlic

# Chicken Ghee Roast

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Mains –

# Kori Kundapuri

# Goan Fish Curry

# Mangloean Mutton Curry

# Malabar Paratha

# Boil Rice

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Desserts –

# Eleneer Payasum

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Cuisines –

Sea Food,  North Indian,  Mangalorean

Average Cost –

₹2,200 for two people (approx.)  ₹295  for a pint of beer (approx.)

Address –

22/48, Commercial Centre, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi

Opening hours –

12 Noon to 3:30 PM, 7 PM to 11:30 PM

Highlights –

              Wheelchair Accessible                      Full Bar Available

      Free Parking                                       Smoking Area

           Wifi                                                        Outdoor Seating

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