In the wake of this particular Indian Muslim eatery known as Restoran Bismillah, casual diners and food aficionados alike will be able to partake in scrumptious and hearty mamak cuisine that entails both portion as well as affordability.
Nestled a stone's throw away from the commuter station of Bandar Diraja, Klang, Restoran Bismillah is quite the haunt for people hailing from various ethnic background, regardless of age. Albeit there isn't quite much to shout about in regards to the aesthetics of the premises, the food fare more than makes up for that aspect.
Quintessentially, Bismillah offers anyone who patronises their restaurant with the standard fare of what mamak joints usually entail within their menu. Take for instance, various crispy dough flatbread such as roti canai, roti tisu or roti bawang as well as thosai and chapati, just to name the popular few. And in regards to their roti canai -or also known as the Flying Bread; Bismillah takes pride in their flatbread dish being notoriously cheap, at RM1.00 per piece. Don't believe us? Check it out for yourself. At any rate, when paired with Bismillah's array of decadent curries, patrons will be en route for a burst of flavour derived from the myriad of spices and herbs used.
That aside, Bismillah also offers rice based dishes ranging from nasi briyani, nasi lemak, nasi goreng (fried rice) as well as nasi kandar to go along with the various side dishes available there. Noodle fare such as mee goreng or maggi goreng are also served here, in case you're wishing for an alternative when rice is not in your mind.