Asrin Curry House @ Gaya Street

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Bakso or baso is Indonesian meatball. It is commonly made from the mixture of ground beef and tapioca flour, serve in a bowl of beef broth with noodle and vegetables. Influenced by the Indonesian culture, Bakso is commonly serve in KK.


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Asrin Curry House
Location: corner shop, opposite Guardian
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Ratings:
Food: 3.8/5
Service: 3/5
Cleanliness: 3/5
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Located in the heart of KK town, Asrin Curry House is one of the few Mamaks in Gaya Street.
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Bakso RM5.00
Springy meatball served in savoury beef broth with shredded cucumber and rice vermicelli, sprinkled with spring onion and fried onion. This mouth watering dish was flavourful and refreshing.
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Murtabak Daging RM5.00
The Murtabak Daging is a stuffed pancake or pan-fried bread which includes minced beef, along with garlic, egg and onion, and is eaten with curry sauce. It was deliciously flavoured on its own, even without dipping into the curry sauce. Another tasty and savoury dish.
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Total Paid =RM12.20

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