Nestled at Petaling Jaya, UMAC House has been around for over 50 years and has a rich history of serving authentic Sri Lankan cuisine in an old colonial English bungalow near University Malaya. It's always great to see restaurants that are committed to preserving traditional recipes and cooking methods that have been passed down through generations.

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Using recipes passed down by a Ceylonese aunty for three generations is a testament to UMAC House's commitment to authentic Sri Lankan cuisine. These recipes are likely to be rooted in Sri Lankan culinary traditions and offer diners an opportunity to experience the flavors and tastes that have been enjoyed by Sri Lankan families for generations.

The writer feels absolutely amazed to see how traditional dishes are passed down from generation to generation, and the fact that UMAC House has been able to keep these recipes alive for so long is a testament to the restaurant's commitment to preserving Sri Lankan culinary traditions.

Lip-smacking dishes…

From Kizhi parotta, Ghee Roast Chicken, Keema Thosai, Odiyal Kool and many more on the list. Check out the post below:

Mutton Bone Marrow and Odiyal Kool (Fresh Crab)...

A delightful combination of mutton and crab, served with a side of rice - a truly satisfying meal. The writer was even wondering how this hidden gem still remains unpopular as almost all their dishes including banana leaf rice is just like a BOOM!

Tucked away in a corner, this hidden gem is worth discovering! From the flavourful banana leaf rice to their other dishes, it's absolutely delicious.

Address: UMAC House Banana Leaf Rice (University Malaya Academic Club) No.1 Jalan 12/5, Seksyen 12, Petaling Jaya.

Open daily: 11 AM – 12 AM

Take a break from your daily routine and treat yourself to a delicious meal out tomorrow - it's a public holiday after all!

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