Of claypot briyani and badam milk

I am sooo full, I regret eating. So, let me see if I can ease my indigestion by blogging about the dinner I just had about three hours ago. It is already three hours and I am still choking with badam milk and mutton briyani. Regret, regret, regret.

Initially, we went to Chulia Street (I think) because we wanted to try the kari itik nila from Kassim Mustafa. However, I found that they only sell on Saturday and Sunday. Lawrence told me the duck curry is good but I must go around 8 pm or they will be sold out the moment they take out the dish.

claypot briyani

Since there is no duck curry, hubby suggested Kapitan because he said the Kapitan in Bandar Perda, Butterworth has mixed grill with its naan. However, the Kapitan here only have tandoori chicken. So, I ordered the item most advertised, i.e. claypot briyani. I am never a fan of flavoured rice like nasi minyak, nasi lemak, nasi briyani or anything kind which has its own taste because I find that too filling. The rice is not even served in any claypot but a metal container like a cake tin.

tandoori chicken and naan

Meanwhile, my son ordered the tandoori chicken set with butter naan. I prefer the tandoori at Kassim Mustafa in Jalan Burmah.

badam milk

They have a pullcart selling badam milk. I like badam milk or almond milk. However, the one at Kapitan is soo thick, so rich and full of cashew nuts, raisins and don’t know what skin, like foo chook (soyabean skin) it made me sooo full. Adoi lah…I hope I don’t develop lactose intolerance and squirm on the floor tonight. Sometimes, if I eat some wrong kind of foods, I can get tummy ache so severe, I can faint. The badam milk is rather nice. But not to be drank with a rich meal like briyani mutton or else you will suffer like a python which had swallowed an animal ten times its’ size.

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The pushcart which prepares all kind of healthy drinks like Milo with raw egg, tongkat ali tea and don’t know what kind of ‘strengthening coffee’.

nasi kandar

Kapitan does not serve the tastiest foods but they have a wide range of things not found at other mamak stalls. They have a few outlets in Penang and one of them is at Gurney Hotel at Gurney Tower, next to Starbucks. The one I ate is at Chulia Street, Penang.

Now, I have to find a way to get my food digested or else I can’t sleep. How?

Post Author: Lilian

Food, travel, recipes. Chinese Malaysian, blogger, photographer and writer.

9 thoughts on “Of claypot briyani and badam milk

    sakaigirl

    (June 25, 2009 - 3:11 am)

    That’s a Huge amount of good food!! I’ll have a good night sleep if i have those^^ Great posts!!

    r1zlan

    (June 25, 2009 - 3:15 pm)

    Lilian, you very good wan, lagi you kata tak sedap, with all the reason and explanation, lagi I rasa I kena pergi rasa sendiri…

    (Translation: the more you say not nice, the more I feel the need to go and try for myself)

    Gene

    (June 27, 2009 - 8:25 pm)

    You make me feel so hungry……….:(

    penny

    (June 29, 2009 - 10:29 am)

    all looks so yummy! i miss byriyani. do you have a briyani recipe to share?

    J2Kfm

    (July 2, 2009 - 4:13 pm)

    love the badam milk there …. so rich, so nourishing.
    perfect beverage to send one to lullaby-land ….

    Michi

    (July 5, 2009 - 3:16 pm)

    wow! by looking at the photo, i felt so full!
    haha… just have to lie down like a snake and wait for the food to digest

    Marcellinus

    (July 7, 2009 - 7:57 am)

    Yup, really looking at the tandoori chicken make feel staving. Hiya, mcm mana nak control mkn ni..later in the afternoon must grasp some of it

    chanz

    (July 13, 2009 - 12:31 am)

    Hello. Just want to say that this is a really good blog for dietetics student like me. I was googling about food called gelatin, then found this blog. Hope you keep this site alive like – forever!

    My Simple Food

    (July 15, 2009 - 1:34 pm)

    I know how you feel. I wish I have another stomach to store the food and the other to feel not full so I can sleep peacefully and yet eat again!!

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