Best Roti Naan Cheese Tarik – Ehsan’s Shah Alam
Malaysians love their roti — Roti Canai in the morning and Roti Naan Cheese Tarik in the evening.
The origin of this delicious flatbread we call Roti Naan comes from India.
But the outlet that makes the best Roti Cheese Naan Tarik is not at an Indian or Mamak Restaurant, but a Pakistani Restaurant in Shah Alam, Selangor!
Have you heard of Ehsan’s Shah Alam restaurant?
If you’re a big fan of Cheese Naan, you would have heard of this restaurant or been here before.
Ehsan’s Shah Alam Restaurant offers vibrant Pakistani food.
This restaurant is one of the most famous restaurants around here.
The bestseller at this restaurant is the must-order – Roti Cheese Naan Tarik which is on the cover of their menu.
The Roti Naan Cheese Tarik
Of course, this is not the usual Cheese Naan that you find at the Mamak restaurant.
I am sure you’re like me and wish you could find a thicker Naan with a filling of quality instead of sliced Cheddar Cheese.
The Roti Naan Cheese Tarik bread is thick with good quality of Cheese.
When our order arrived, the moment it was cool enough to handle, we pull the bread.
The cheese is very interesting and it’s very long!
What are the types of Roti Naan Cheese Tarik?
There are two types of naan cheese available –
- Roti Naan Cheese Special
- Roti Naan Cheese Garlic
Both Cheese Naans are equally delicious.
The size of the lattice and its versatility of the Cheese as you pull makes it unique.
How many calories are in a Roti Naan Cheese Tarik?
I know I won’t eat if I start counting calories, but if you want to know, here’s the breakdown.
Roti Naan Cheese Garlic has 165 calories.
Carbohydrates 78 calories,
Proteins 25 calories
Fat (Cheese) 64 calories.
So if you have just one Roti Naan Cheese Garlic, you’ve used up about 8 percent of the total daily calorie requirement of an adult diet of 2,000 calories.
Of course, this is without counting the calories from the curries and drinks!
What does Roti Naan taste like?
Naan resembles pita bread and prepared leavened with yeast or with bread starter.
Roti Naan is cooked in a tandoor oven that takes its name.
What do you serve with Roti Naan?
Roti Naan or Naan Bread are usually served hot and brushed with ghee (clarified butter).
The underside of the Roti Naan is crispy, and the top has chewy bread bubbles.
How to eat Roti Naan?
I love freshly baked Roti Naan.
The best way to eat is by tearing off pieces of Roti Naan with my fingers.
I will use the pieces to scoop up saucy main dishes.
- Buttery Murg Makhani (Butter Chicken)
- Sardine Masala
- Spicy Hummus
Why is Roti Naan so good?
Naan is made from Maida flour, a finely milled refined white flour from the Indian subcontinent, made from wheat – it closely resembles cake flour.
Maida has used extensively in traditional flatbreads.
Roti Naan uses Maida flour, yeast, oil/butter sugar milk. The fermentation and resting time adds to the softness of the bread and makes it yummy.
What is the taste of the Roti Naan Cheese Tarik?
The Cheese Naan Tarik is the most popular order. You cannot afford to miss this delicious bread hot from the tandoor oven.
The thick toasted flatbread is glazed with a buttery gloss.
Inside the Naan, the parcel is loaded with creamy and savory Cheese that leaves behind strings when pulled.
The Cheese Naan is Serve with a Pakistani gravy.
Ehsan’s Butter Chicken Masala (RM10.50)
This Pakistani Butter Chicken Masala is a mild curry in an onion-tomato cream based on boneless tender chicken pieces. We enjoyed dipping our Cheese Naan Tarik into the mouth-watering sauce full of mild flavor and deliciously rich buttery gravy.
You can also enjoy it with your Naan, Chapati, Roti Canai, Biryani, or White Rice.
The Pulled Cheese in the Roti Naan Cheese Tarik
Ehsan’s has other food selections such as Chapati and their Signature Beef Murtabak Cheese (RM18.00).
Their signature Murtabak is filled with an insane amount of Cheese and minced meat!
This is the perfect combination of comfort food.
Other items worth ordering besides Roti Naan Cheese Tarik
Tasty Murtabak Cheese, Cheese Naan Tarik with the accompanying curry, dhal & sardine masala.
So if you’re in Shah Alam, you know where to head to for a great late-night supper!
Ehsan’s Shah Alam
Ehsan, No. 1G Jalan Bazar P U8/P, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia, 40150
Phone: 016 – 281 7497
Operation Hours: Every day, 7.00 am – 12.00 midnight