The best way to enjoy Indian cuisine is eating with hands! :p
Tucked in Damansara Heights, we have the brand new Frangipaani, a restaurant that bound to entice your taste buds and create a unique dining experience. Located in the newest eating locale called The Republik, the restaurant boasts authentic Indian cuisine aims to take diners on a culinary journey through one of the most colourful
sub-continents in the world. Not your typical fine dining restaurant, Frangipaani offers popular Indian fare along with carefully curated Anglo-Indian recipes native of Goa, to provide a rare, sensory experience for diners. Indulge in refined and flavoursome
Indian cooking inspired by the authentic hands that once originated these recipes, dishes that began with spices mixing
and blending together in a mere pestle and mortar with ingredients sourced right from the rich and authentic farms.
Walking into the restaurant, customers will be welcomed with decor inspired by British-India
colonial charm whilst set in the background of a tropical rainforest.
The minimal and pared back aesthetic of interiors, offset with antique mirrors, marble table-tops
and wood panelling paired with sophisticated, evergreen foliage creates a cosy
yet elegant and sociable dining atmosphere that invokes romance and joy.
Most interestingly, the name of the restaurant itself is a stark difference compared to many Indian fine dining establishments in Malaysia. The Frangipani is also known as the Deva Nagale or God's Flower in Kannada, a language spoken in the Old Mysore region of what is now modern-day Karnataka in South India. As the tree and the flowers play a big influence in the Indian culture for centuries, it is only apt that Kuala Lumpur's newest Indian culinary cove is named after it.
Spicy and tangy, the rasam
was truly flavour
-packed, absolutely delish
Aloo & Moong Sprouts Chaat
Top the cracker with the boiled potatoes, sprouted moong
and a dollop of the tangy green chutney for a wholesome and delicious treat.
Grilled in a clay oven, the succulent lamb cutlet was served with tasty and spicy rogan
josh lamb gravy.
accompanied with various dishes such as :
Frangipaani's Malai Kofta
- Paneer and potato dumplings in smooth cashew gravy.
Frangipaani's Butter Chicken
- Boneless chicken in a creamy, tomato
based gravy bursting with flavour.
Lamb Rogan Josh
- Cooked in a traditional awadh
style with a unique flavour
of 'Rogan' and 'Josh', packed with a strong punch of knuckle juice and marrow.
Mutton Dum Briyani
rice loaded with deliciously tender chunks of mutton pieces.
This traditional milky ball dessert was filled with pistachio and almond, soaked in saffron honey syrup.
If you are looking to indulge in some sugar or spice, or take your loved one out on a romantic evening, or even just a night out with your friends, Frangipaani is the ideal restaurant for all occasions. (reservations
are highly recommended)
Lot No M.03, Mezzanine Floor,
50490 Kuala Lumpur.
Facebook : www.facebook.com/frangipaani
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