Friday, April 19, 2019

The Forkers, Subang Jaya

The Forkers' kitchen spoons out a variety of Indian cooking, reputedly with a Kerala-origin chef (according to the service crew) who offers a knife-sharp focus on the Malabar Coast state's cuisine.

Keralan specialities, rich and robust with coconut milk, include the Mango Fish Curry (RM23.50), Prawn Moilee (RM26.90) and Chicken Varutharacha Curry (RM16.90) - our favourite is the creamy-sweet moilee, though both the fish and the prawns would benefit from being fresher.

The menu is wide-ranging, extending beyond Kerala to everything from chicken peratal to mutton varuval, biryani to naan, with a few fusion novelties like masala burgers and pav bhaji pizzas.

The Rose Lassi (RM9.90) and Kulukki Sharbath (RM10.90) are reviving coolers, though the latter - a limeade with basil seeds - also carries the fiery kick of chillies.

The Forkers
38, Jalan SS15/4B, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor. 
Open Tuesday-Wednesday, 11am-4pm, 6-11pm; Saturday-Sunday, 11am-11pm. Closed Mondays. Tel: 03-5885-9208

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  1. Of the three, the Chicken Varutharacha Curry looks like it has an edge over the rest.

    1. Suituapui: my personal favourite was the prawn moilee! :)