Shobana’s Kitchen Traditional Sadya Meal
Post by Chiefeater Peter Yeoh
Shobana's Kitchen, Penang's premier Malayali restaurant, celebrated Vishu, the Malayali Spring Festival, by offering the traditional Sadya meal.
Sadya means 'banquet' in Malayalam, and a traditional Sadya can consist of 24–28 dishes, all served together on individual banana leaves.
Our meal today consisted of traditional Malayali repasts like injipuli, aviyal, kaalan, naranga achar, pulisseri, mezhukkupuratti, pachadi, koottukari, crispy banana chips, and much more.
Best vegetarian meal we'd had in a long while.
Our mind-boggling array of side-dishes of various flavours and textures. All good.
Wednesday to Monday
08:0 am to 09:30 pm
Closed on Tuesday
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