Pick me…

I took my girl here for lunch that day as I wanted her to try the butter chicken (RM18.00, with rice)…

Payung Cafe butter chicken

…that I enjoyed so much.

She also wanted the mashed potatoes (RM8.00)…

Payung Cafe mashed potatoes

…which she likes a lot. Theirs is different from the usual – for one thing, it is cooked, not just boiled and mashed and it has a strong taste of garlic.

We had our favourite here, the pomelo salad (RM8.00)…

Payung Cafe pomelo salad

…as well and one of her mum’s favourites, the green curry chicken (RM16.00)…

Payung Cafe green curry chicken

…and the lamb masala (RM19.00, with rice)…

Payung Cafe lamb masala

I asked her which one she felt tasted better – the true blue authentic Indian butter curry chicken here or this one and being the very diplomatic girl that she is, she said that she thought both were nice.

I wouldn’t say that I do not agree with her as the two dishes taste quite different and yes, both are nice but looking at the comments on the former in my post that day, it seems that many were up in arms against anything yogurt. Well, if there is any in the one here, I could not taste it at all and no, it is not sourish like the Indian one. Having said that, I do think both are nice in their own ways and yes, I would want to order them again as and when I feel like it.

PAYUNG  CAFE (2.284049, 111.833014) is located at No.20F, Lanang Road, Sibu, Malaysia, back to back with the multi-storey car park of the Kingwood Hotel which faces the majestic Rejang River

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