Recommended lists for Indian

Recommended lists of Best Indian Food & Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur, 2018
Burpple Guides, Indian Best Places For Indian Food In Kuala Lumpur Deepavali may be over, but the celebratory Indian feasts don't have to be — this guide will make sure of it. From places for comforting chapati in KL city to Keralan curries in TTDI and roti canai along Jalan Gasing, here are our best finds for the next time you need to dhal up your Indian food game.
Local Delights, Burpple Guides, Indian, Chinese Pudu's Best: Local Delights A neighbourhood steeped in rich food culture, Pudu is filled with local gems that are as astonishing as they are hidden! We got Burpple Tastemaker Brian Leow to lead us right into the heart of Pudu to find the best local delights, from homemade chapati to firewood-braised fish head and irresistible 'pei pa' duck!
Local Delights, Burpple Guides, Indian Bangsar's Best: Indian Restaurants Dive into a 'naan'-stop Indian adventure and devour food 'korma' inducing dishes at Bangsar’s best Indian restaurants. Whether you're hungry for a classic rendition of banana leaf rice, the exhilirating heat of a spicy chicken masala or the plain goodness of a chappati, have a go at this list of Bangsar's treasure trove of Indian eats!
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This is a pretty special rava thosai, an extra ‘holey’ one that’s crisp and dark on one side, firm and light on the other. They’ve got the flavours exactly right, with the tangy fermentation going on. Especially good when dipped into Ratha’s famous fish curry — you’ll probably need an extra serving of this.

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When at Bala’s and you’re offered today’s special thosai, take it. It’s almost always a genius use of flavours with excellent execution. Last week, it was this eerily green thosai, packed with soft buttery masala spinach, peas and lentils. I love that the filling was evenly spread out for a balanced bite every time. The thosai itself also boasts a touch of spinach flavour, fragrant and somewhat ‘green’ (if you know what I mean).

Comes with the same cabbage and coconut chutneys that appear with their other thosais. Not that you desperately need it. This is one baby you can wallop on its own.

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A thosai as good as any, Bala’s plain thosai is soft and pillowy on the inside, clean and crisp on the outside. The fermentation isn’t pronounced, so you get less of the sourish thosai flavour. That leaves it even plainer and a perfect vessel to mop up that super creamy cabbage chutney!

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The server at Ganga was extremely confident of his rava recommendation, and I can see why. The thosai is dotted with spices and green and cooked to a crisp, crackly finish. The chutneys, as with all gravies and sauces here, are mindblowingly delicious and will quickly be wiped out with a piece of bread.

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The fluffiest thosai of them all! It’s simple, tasty and just done really well. I always ask for more of the tomato chutney on the side – it’s so spicy and sweet that I just end up drinking it up.

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This thosai was just pure madness but for all the right reasons. The colour comes from the spinach tucked in between the thosai that’s so creamy and buttery! Plus they’re so generous with the spinach filling that need not order any other sides – this will satisfy you well enough.

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Probably the best mango lassi in town, to me at least. It’s super creamy and smooth, and has just the right amount of sweetness.

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Crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, this rava thosai is perfect! I love how you get to taste all the spices with every bite, and the coconut chutney just works so well; let it help cool the heat down as it’s served cold.

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Famed for their curry fish head originating from Raub, this branch doesn’t disappoint. Quality of food is well maintained and they even sell packets of curry pastes for convenient cooking.

Tip: Don’t miss our the grilled lamb and sambal sotong

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Heard so much good thing about this restaurant in PJ. When I found out they do serve salted egg briyani I quickly make a trip to have my dinner there.

The briyani to my surprise is very flavourful, however my serving seem to be a bit wet. It almost like the Chinese style wet salted egg dish that mixed together with rice. Recommended for sharing as it do get a bit "jelak" towards the end.

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