Nasi and Mee is present in a queue of restaurants waiting to be tried out in Koramangala 4th Block. I can say with confidence, if you are looking for Thai, Malaysian or Singaporean food, I don’t think there is anything that can beat Nasi and Mee. Woah! This place! I don’t know where to begin. I went there with my relatives and came out looking like there was a basketball under my shirt. It’s located on the road so anyone can see in while passing by. It’s decorated with these cute yellow coloured lights hanging from the ceiling somewhat looking like the old fashioned bulbs. Because of this the place has a yellowish tinge during the night all around, which looks beautiful. It’s got a black background from the inside which gives it a shady look from the inside but that goes really well with the lights. Since we were 6 people we had a variety of things.
I want to tell you one thing and trust me on this, if you are not used to trying out new things this place is a big no for you. The food takes you to a whole new world. Literally. I had the Kung Pao Chicken, Fish in Honey Chili Mustard Sauce, N & M Nasi Goreng, Pad Thai, Red Ruby, Ais Kacang, Chocolate and Banana Spring Roll, Lychee and Lime spritzer, Crushed Mint and Lime Soda, Malaysian Chicken Satay and Sambal Prawns. The Kung Pao Chicken was exactly how it is supposed to be. The Fish in Honey Chilli Mustard Sauce was a new experience; it had this juicy fish smeared with mustard sauce with a hint of honey and chilli in it in a well-balanced manner. The N & M Goreng is something which literally cannot be describes in words. It has to be eaten to be understood. No matter how much I explain it, it will not do justice to it. Pad Thai is very common and almost everybody has had it but here according to me it’s much much better. The Red Ruby was a dessert which I never had before.
It was this milky liquid thing with iced pomegranates in it. Weird right? But hey, if you have a knack for such things, you will like it. The Ais Kacang was just as weird as the Red Ruby. The drink which we had were amazing, particularly the Lychee and Lime spritzer. It was bubbly with a dash of Lychee and Lime in it. It’s made naturally salty sort of, so they give liquid syrup to sweeten it according to your liking. The Chocolate and Banana Spring Roll was exactly the way it sounds. It was kind of like a Crepe with a generous filling of bananas along with chocolate on them. Chocolate and banana have never tasted this good together ever before. All of them were mind blowing! Yep, that’s the word I’ll use. Totally different taste, weird looking things but too good to resist! Enough said, for any person who likes hogging on Malaysian, Thai and Singaporean, look no further. Your heaven is here. And yeah hats off to the cute waitress. She does add to the charm.
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