Wednesday, 15 August 2018

7 Spice Restaurant @ Johor Bahru, Johor

We were returning back from Singapore towards Kuala Lumpur and by the time we were done with the causeway, it was almost 5 pm. Having not had any lunch, we were literally starving. At first, we wanted to have a good Banana Leaf Rice meal but at this hour, it would be almost difficult to get fresh food. I have visited 7 Spice Restaurant a couple of years back and this place came to my mind and that was how we landed here. 

7 Spice Restaurant in Johor Bahru
When we arrived, at first glance, this place seemed like it was closed for renovations. But luckily, only their ground floor was under renovation and the first floor was open for business as usual. Being a weekend, there was literally not many cars and parking was easy. The menu here has a wide variety of dishes, both vegetarian and non vegetarian and their prices are quite reasonable. After having decided what we wanted to have, we then placed our orders with the waiter. 

Chapati @ RM 3.50 each & Romali Roti @ RM 6.50 each

Dhall Fry @ RM 11.00
Their Chapati was priced at RM 3.50 each. Obviously, it's not fair to compare these guys with day to day South Indian restaurants. I found their Chapati to be quite good. Not too thin and it was made using Atta Flour. My rating for this shall be 8/10. Romali Roti is another item that is not easily available nowadays and we were glad that they had them here. Priced at RM 6.50 each, it was surely quite satisfying taste wise and the texture was smooth. Again, one that I would rate at 8/10. Dhall Fry was priced at RM 11.00 and the portions were good. It was thick, sufficiently spiced and had a generous amount of ghee in it. I would rate this preparation at 8/10 as well. 

Gobi Masala @ RM 13.00

Chili Mushroom @ RM 15.00
Their Gobi Masala was really good. Thick spicy gravy accompanied the cauliflowers and the preparation was excellent. Similarly, their Chili Mushroom was good too. My rating for both dishes shall be 9/10. 

Masala Coffee @ RM 6.00
Their Masala Coffee was nice but I felt that they could have added more Masala. For me, it was still not as strong. Still, a good one to have after a sumptuous meal. We also had a cup of Masala Tea and that too was the same. Taste wise, I would rate both at 7/10. 

The Bill
7 Spice Restaurant is located along Jalan Bertingkat Skudai, Johor Bahru. The variety on their menu is excellent and they have a range of vegetarian as well as non vegetarian dishes that they offer. Decent prices and the food is good. A good South Indian restaurant to visit in Johor Bahru. 

Address: G-01, Block 5, Jalan Bertingkat Skudai, 80200 Johor Bahru, Johor.

Business Hours: 1100 - 2300 Daily

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