Hey foodies! Deepavali may be over but that certainly doesn’t stop us from craving indulgent Indian food. For some of us, it’s a daily staple! As Indian cuisine spans across hundreds of origins and styles, there’s always room to try new dishes each time- and we’ve got just the place for your next foodie trip. It’s a restaurant that truly hits the spot with food so irresistible, you’ll be going back for more!
Gajaa At 8 Serves Up Fiery Flavours With New Deepavali Menu
In lieu of this year’s Deepavali celebration, Gajaa at 8 has launched a brand new menu that highlights various Keralan regions. At their restaurant, it’s all about bringing an authentic Indian experience to your table through creative menu offerings!
The interior is absolutely majestic, boasting opulence from all angles with comforting, mouth-watering aroma wafting through the restaurant. It’s not only ideal for celebratory dining, but it’s also cosy for casual family meals.
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While they already have an extensive menu at Gajaa, here are their latest Deepavali additions!
Amma’s Lamb Biryani
Made with premium short grain rice, “Kaima Rice”, Thalassery Biryani originally hails from the Malabar region of Kerala and is famous for its unique taste. The rice is cooked with tender boneless chicken thigh that pairs greatly with the distinctive flavours of the added lamb leg.
Royal Crab Meat Roast
This dish is perfect for crab lovers! Using premium air-flown Thai crab meat, the chefs at Gajaa slow-cooks it in Keralan Roast Gravy. No need for painstakingly peeling away at crab shells!
Stuffed mushrooms in an Indian restaurant? You bet! This Indian fusion take on the delicious dish consists of minced mushroom cooked in Kanthari Sauce, which is then stuffed into large portobello mushrooms. Talk about a yummy inception!
For the unknowing, like myself, moilee is a rich, coconut-based curry that originates from South India! Gajaa has added freshly-caught whole deep-fried Grouper with a side of moilee sauce to their menu and it is indeed scrumptious! Cooked with capsicum, onion, tomato, fresh lime.
Speaking of seafood, don’t miss out on their monstrous Tiger Prawn dish! It’s slow-cooked in a tangy pineapple-based gravy, giving you the perfect blend of sweet and spicy.
No South Indian meal is complete without sweet appam! It comes with thick coconut milk and palm sugar syrup, perfect for enjoying with curries.
Satisfying Your Indian Food Cravings
Well, what are you waiting for? There’s a reason Gajaa at 8 gets the best ratings, their food is simply too good to miss. Head on over for a complete Indian feast and enjoy foodies!
Gajaa at 8
Address: No. 8, Lrg Maarof, Bangsar, 59000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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