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Lentil and spinach tempered with ghee and ground coconut. RM18 per serving.

A very typical Keralan fish curry that’s made of coconut milk, turmeric and green chillies. I love the thick curry that’s not too spicy and goes perfectly with their apams. RM35 per serving.

Crispy dosa tacos filled with fresh tomatoes, capsicum, potato masala, homemade sour cream dressing and sev. I love this appetiser. It’s so delish especially that extra crunch from sev. RM22 per serving.

The poori is accompanied with North Indian style side dishes; cold yoghurt with chickpea mix and onion. Get them all together with the poori. It’s heaven!

You may be familiar with this Punjabi restaurant's fiery fare in SS15, but you'll be glad to know they now also have a spot in TTDI! The menu ranges from fragrant briyani to made-to-order bread to pair with delicious curries. Signatures include the Palak Paneer (RM19.90), Mixed Veg (RM14.90), Mutton Curry (RM24.90) and Masala Chicken (RM20.90). Match those with the Veg Dum Briyani (RM13.90) or the fluffy Chapati (RM2).
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A board of Goan street food, good for 2 person at only RM58.

No stranger to the Indian food scene is this popular vegetarian spot known for their wholesome and value-for-money thali sets. Perfect for lunch is the Ganga G-Light (from RM8) featuring choices of brown rice or chapati, served alongside two vegetable dishes of the day, dhal, papadom and a salad. Early-risers should come for breakfast and break into the crispy Rawa Thosai (RM3.20) which Burppler R D says is served with "mindblowingly delicious" curries and chutneys.
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The friendly folks at this restaurant infuse Western favourites with Indian flavours in creative ways, while also serving familiar classics. Breakfast and teatime see choices like Idli (RM5.90) and Toss-ai (RM5.90) served with dhal and chutney, while lunch features heavier dishes like Mutton Briyani (RM27.90). From the fusion section, give the Spaghetti Lamb Meatballs (RM22.90) or the Chicken Tikka Burger (RM20.90) a try. End off with the Sizzling Brownies (RM22.90) with curry ice cream that will knock your socks off!

Bala’s famous beetroot thosai deserves all its fame. While it doesn’t have a super distinct taste of beetroot, some of its earthiness comes through if you eat the thosai on its own. Of course better paired with the carrot and coconut chutney.

It’s so weird how I only started to try appam this year. It made me wonder, how did I survive 25 years without tasting this magical thing? They have a famous stall in Bangsar called Chelo but up til this day, I have to try it. My go-to appam place has always been Bala’s, for obvious reasons. It’s a sufficient dessert for me every time I come here for a visit, and I hate sharing this food especially. I give people the stare whenever they try to steal my appam because it’s so good 😂 just the right amount of crispy and fat all in one. Couldn’t get any better than this.

Tickle your tastebuds at this stellar fine dining spot with familiar yet elevated Indian flavours. The food pays homage to the nomadic people of India with a menu designed to take you on a journey from Tamil Nadu to Kerala and Sri Lanka. Choose either the 9-Mile (from RM430) or the 11-Mile (from RM470) and be impressed with standouts like the Humble Broth (rasam, tomato salad, curry leaf gel) or the Silence Of Our Lamb (Semai chocolate, sous vide lamb loin, split gill and black garlic). A vegetarian menu is also available.
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