PAPRIKA Halal Restaurant Claimed

Authentic Halal Malaysian-Indonesian Food

INTRODUCTION:
PAPRICA Restaurant is located within Jesley Villa Hotel in Kisarazu City, Chiba Prefecture. We serve over 15 Kinds of authentic Halal Malaysian and Indonesian cuisines. We believe in connecting Japanese Culture and Muslims. All of our cuisines are Halal. If you are staying in Jesley Villa Hotel or nearby areas, you can enjoy our special and Halal Malaysian cuisine in PAPRIKA restaurant. Our experienced Chef is from Malaysia.
We have bilingual staff who can speak Japanese, English, Malaysian, Indonesian and Sri Lankan language.
We prepare all of our food with Halal and fresh ingredients.
We have a prayer room where you can perform Salat.

CHEF COMMENT:


We serve authentic Malaysian and Indonesian cuisine. All of our dishes are Halal. Please do not miss to enjoy our delicious and authentic dishes such as Nasi Goreng, Mi Goreng, Roti Jala, Roti Canai, Nasi Lemak etc.
We are awaiting to serve you.

Features

  • Amex
  • Credit Cards OK
  • Free Parking
  • Master
  • Smoking
  • Visa
  • WiFi

Menu

Lunch and Dinner
Malaysian Cuisine
Roti Jala
¥600
DESCRIPTION :
Malaysian braided Nan. One of the most popular Malaysian and Indonesian cuisine. Roti Jala, literally meaning "Net Bread", is a popular Malay tea time snack served with curry dishes which can be found in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore.
INGREDIENTS :
Flour, Eggs, Milk, Salt, Turmeric powder, Water
Chicken Curry
¥800
DESCRIPTION :
Indian Chicken Curry. Curry is common and basic cusines in so many countries such as India, Pakistan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Sri Lanka and elsewhere.
INGREDIENTS :
Chicken, curry powder, garlic, curry leaves, chili powder, onion
Nasi Lemak
¥950
DESCRIPTION :
Popular Breakfast in Malaysia and Indonesia.
Nasi lemak is a Malay fragrant Rice Dish cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaf. In Malaysia, it is considered the national cuisine.
INGREDIENTS :
Water, Rice, Coconut milk, Ginger, Onion, Salt, Eggs, Chili paste, Dried fish, Peanuts, Cucumber
Nasi Goreng
¥1100
DESCRIPTION :
Malaysian Fried rice.
Nasi goreng, literally meaning "Fried Rice" in both the Indonesian and Malay languages, is an Malaysian/Indonesian rice dish with pieces of meat and vegetables added.
INGREDIENTS :
Chicken, Rice, Chili paste, Eggs, Salt, Soy sauce, Onion, Mixed vegetables.
Mi Goreng
¥1100
DESCRIPTION :
Malaysian Fried noodles.
Mie goreng, also known as bakmi goreng, is an often spicy Fried noodle cuisine, popular in Malaysia, Indonesia and other countries.
INGREDIENTS :
Egg noodles, Eggs, Sprouts, Chicken, Onion, Garlic, Chili paste, Soy sauce, Spinach.
Mee Hoon Goreng
¥1100
DESCRIPTION :
Fried Noodles with Rice flour Noodles
Mee Hoon Goreng is a spicy and delicious preparation of rice vermicelli. This rice noddle is cooked in Malay style. A popular cuisine in Malaysia, Indonesia and elsewhere. People love to enjoy it at Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
INGREDIENTS :
Rice flour noodles, Eggs, Sprouts, Spinach, Chicken, Onion, Garlic, Soy sauce, Chili paste.
Roti Canai
¥800
DESCRIPTION :
Malaysian Nan.
Roti canai, also known as Roti or Paratha and many countries, is a sub-continental influenced flatbread dish one can found in several Southeast Asian countries, including Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, and Singapore.
INGREDIENTS :
Lentils, Water, Turmeric powder, Flour, Salt, Sugar, Oil, Butter
Drinks
Teh Tharik
¥450
DESCRIPTION :
Malaysian fluffy Milk Tea.
INGREDIENTS :
Condensed milk, Hot water, Tea powder
Lassi
¥600
DESCRIPTION :
Indian yogurt drink.
INGREDIENTS :
Milk, Yogurt, Ice.
Teh o ais
¥400
DESCRIPTION :
Malaysian Iced Tea with Sugar.
INGREDIENTS :
Tea powder, Ice, Water, Sugar syrup.

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