A Taste of Southeast Asian Cuisine at Banana Leaf

On a clear Sunday morning, we started with a decent lunch at Banana Leaf, a regular restaurant chain in Greenbelt 3 serving food from the authentic delights of modern Malaysian, Singaporean, Thai, Indian, Vietnamese, and Indonesian cuisine. It was hot and humid outdoor, but we still decided to sit in their alfresco dining area. Sometimes, we needed to learn to suffer a bit to be safe, right? We shared four dishes among seven people. We opted for Stir-Fried Clams in Singaporean Chili Sauce, Thai Green Curry Chicken, Deep Fried Pandan Chicken, and Pomelo Salad. The waiter served us a banana leaf instead of a ceramic plate. The presentation of each fare was a little bit mediocre, but when I took a bite, I realized that I was in for a treat. The food we had was more on a spicy side but delicious. For the final touch, we top it off with Pandan tea. Plus, for me, it was a fabulous meal just being there with family after not seeing them for more than a year because of the pandemic restrictions.

Stir Fried Clams in Singaporean Chili Sauce

Thai Green Curry Chicken

Deep Fried Pandan Chicken

Pomelo Salad

We wanted energy-boosting sweets that'll perk us up, but the staff informed us that they were out of all the desserts, which bummed me out because I wanted to try them. We spent nearly 4k on our meal. Nevertheless, you can't go wrong with the exotic tastes of Southeast Asian cuisine at Banana Leaf. But take note servings are relatively small, and if you're in a big group, do yourselves a favor by ordering two or three of each dish.

Indoor seating
Covered Outdoor seating but no electric fans
Delivery in some branches
Social distancing enforced

Toodles, until next time,
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