Saturday, July 22, 2017

Satti Sorru Indian Claypot Curry Rice @ Pudu

Monitor lizard claypot curry rice? This friendly new Indian food stall in Pudu promises curries surprisingly cooked to order, meticulously mixed with rice & meat in claypots for fresh, fragrant & fiery soul food, in a homage to the home recipes of matriarchs who loved feeding their families.

Choose from monitor lizard (RM15; wild-caught from the jungles near Sitiawan in Perak), mutton (RM12), wild boar (RM10) or chicken (RM8); Satti Sorru's friendly team will then prepare your individual curry in a claypot with creamy masala pastes, tomatoes, onions, coriander leaves & more, adding in the rice & meat before serving. You can select your spice level; medium may be sufficiently fiery for many customers. 

The result is a deep-flavoured, rich-textured concoction, moist & meaty, hot & hearty - a treat for fans of Indian fare that's painstakingly prepared with no shortcuts. And for the curious, the morsels of monitor lizard flesh prove very bony but extremely tender, smooth & mild-tasting - certainly not unappealing at all. Ordering was a breeze on a recent Friday evening, with our claypot cooked & served within half an hour - not curry in a hurry, but worth the wait.

Satti Sorru (or listed as Satti Soru or SattiSorru.com sometimes)
1 Persiaran Jubilee, Off Jalan Loke Yew, Pudu, Kuala Lumpur. Open 6pm-11pm, Wednesday-Monday. Tel: 012-938-2801



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4 comments:

  1. Wow... it's certainly err.... unique! :D

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    1. Rebecca: heheh, actually i like snake meat, and the monitor lizard meat tasted quite similar in some ways :)

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  2. Monitor lizard? Eyewwww!!! Anyone who's keen can come to my house, try and catch those in the drains and here and there in my garden. :D :D :D Most scary moment was once when I went to the downstairs toilet and I saw it peeping out of the water in the toilet bowl. *faints*

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    1. Suituapui: wah! that lizard might find itself in your cooking pot someday! :D

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