Living up to their name, they surely are fierce with their extensive choices of authentic Indian cuisine. The pull factor is none other than the practice of dum pukht, which takes a long time by means of very low flame in sealed silver pot. And that I am referring to the briyani rice which is prepared using dough to seal the individual pots to retain the essence of flavours, keeping the moist and steam from escaping.
With an assortment of selection for the briyani, they certainly are awesome enough to be shortlisted Best Cheap Eats and Best Indian of the Time Out KL Food Awards last year. The aroma of the rich spiced briyani and chicken instantly triggered the saliva gland as tearing the dough to remove the lid when it was wafting though the steam.
The rice was harmoniously accompanied by fiercely hot curry and vegetable dishes. When the fragrant from the briyani meets the powerful flavour of the curry, it was a pièce de résistance. The hustling from the surrounding momentarily freezes for that few seconds before I greedily dug into my meal.
Of course, we must not cut short the signature dish when representing the Indian Cuisine. Banana leaf rice is probably on top of the list when referring to the Indian cuisine. The Fierce Curry House did not fall too far behind ferocious when serving the banana leaf rice.
Serving beautifully on silver plates with cut out banana leafs beneath each dishes did not represent authenticity of this dish, but it is inevitably neat and clean looking. The dishes were supple to compliment the otherwise underwhelming and least impressive white rice which was too hard to my liking.
Next in line is the Fierce Tandori Chicken which was amazing when the lime bring out the flavour of the tasty pieces of chicken. The chicken had a perfect moist which tantalizingly addictive to polish every single piece of bones within the chicken.
Certainly living up to the name of the restaurant, I must admit the spicy level is slightly above majority Indian restaurants in town. But fear not, as the beverage covers a variety of Malaysian favourite as well as authentic Indian recipes.
Having looking ordinary on the outside, every nook in this restaurant is decorated with effort to please dinners and creating comfortable zone for customers to enjoy delicious Indian dishes.
Presented with a bold signature on the shop facing the road, it is not difficult to miss this exciting sensation. I am returning for the Lobster Briyani in no time so let’s watch out for the burning excitement very soon.
The Fierce Curry House is located at
16, Jalan Kemuja, KL, 59000
Tel :019-383 0945
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