Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Sathiyanery Vegetarian Place 印度素食 ...


A man devoted to god and
serving home-made vegetarian food 
...
Every day about 12 noon, 
he will perform prayers and
to cleanse his place before the customers arrive
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Sathiyanery Vegetarian Place ...


There are no menus, he serves 
a fixed selection of vegetarian menu daily 
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Sathiyanery Vegetarian Place ...


There are no air-condition and fancy decorations,
only one row of table
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Sathiyanery Vegetarian Place ...


The dish ends with the choice of 
spiced tea 
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Sathiyanery Vegetarian Place ...


and sometimes 
something to chew on before you leave 
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Sathiyanery Vegetarian Place ...

Jalan Tun Sambathan 3 at Brickfields, 
Kuala Lumpur

26 comments:

Joop Zand said...

Wonderful serie Wong....thanks for sharing.

Greetings, Joop

AGMPRISMA said...

Buen reportaje
Wong

LE CHEMIN DES GRANDS JARDINS said...

Excellent reportage qui nous fait découvrir le quotidien des ces hommes.
Il faut souligner aussi, la qualité de tes photos, comme d'habitude.

Bravo et à bientôt,

Roger

Theanne and Baron said...

Excellent photos of this Indian eatery! I researched further and discovered they give different sized portions to men and women...interesting! I also like that their dishes are stainless steel and they wash them with running water which apparently most street stalls don't do. I like the cleansing ritual before the opening of stall...I want to eat here which is highly unlikely so I am very much enjoying your photos!

Carmen Negoita said...

Wonderful photos, Wong. I like your reportage in India. Excellent!
Greetings,
Carmen

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

your exploration in india looks so interesting.

beautiful shots, especially i love the bottom one.
great angle!!

Marion said...

Beautiful and very attractive!

BERMAXO said...

Como siempre excelente trabajo el que nos enseñas en tu blog saludos desde Canarias

Birdman said...

Lots of faces means plenty of good food in any language. Eat up!

Laura.M said...

That food looks good ... bon appetit!

Olga said...

Vegetarian food is my favorite! I love your last photo. It speaks to me - Would you like some :)?

William Cheng 莊家駒 said...

Like the second last photo, great angle, great reflection.

Farmchick said...

Wonderful shots. I would love to eat there.

Virginia said...

Each choice seems delicious!
V

T. Becque said...

I really enjoy your framing in the first photo. That food looks delicious...

Randy said...

It all looks so wonderful.

Marion said...

In addition and in reply to my blog: the cute things, as you mention, are Italian cheeses. They did not look very attractive to me, but seem to be quite nice.

Pieces of Sunshine said...

Looks delightfully Indian. Wonderful photo-story Wong.

Bob Bushell said...

I LOVE that place. Being a vegetarian is my choice, but, it's easy. Great photos.

Andrey Salikov said...

Wow. Beautiful shot, my friend

darlin said...

Wow, what an awesome place. I'd love to find a place like that, I'd venture a guess to say if they opened one of these restaurants up in my city they'd be packed full...in the summer time that is.

Excellent photos Wong, enjoy your day!

s.c said...

Great reportage Wong. What a melting pot of cultures you have over there. Must by great to visit them all.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

J'adore the simplicity of it Wong, sometimes life's choices can be so complicated and it's wonderful to come across something that simple.

Doug Hickok said...

Excellent presentation. This looks like a wonderful setting for meals, and I especially like the simplicity of the operation.

Rob and Mandy said...

Love this kind of places. I spent a long time in India, and I went to hundreds of similar places. And cleansing the place through prayers should be much more widespread.

Jana said...

I love when you write about your photos it is educational and interesting. These are nice photos of people in their every day life. love it