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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.
Burpple Guides, Indian, Local Delights, 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!
Burpple Guides, Indian, Local Delights 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 place offers a LOT of vegetables dishes. I love vegetables and I always get very limited options, max 4 types(?). So I was happy this place offered a lot. The curry wasn’t as spicy or fragrant as I would prefer. They have Indian rice, which is great.

Check out this place if you want Indian rice with a variety of vegetable options.

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This masala dosa is not your typical dosa. Made with rice and black gram and stuffed with spiced potato. It’s like eating dosa made with buckwheat flour but made more heavenly with a sprinkle of melted ghee. Sinfully mad!!!Best Indian roti I’ve had by far. OMG 😱😱😍😛😘👍👍💖💖💖

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Can never go wrong with South Indian food at this place. There is a reason why people queue for this all the time! We had the chicken biryani and there were generous servings of the very tasty fried bittergourd, cucumber, cabbage as well as chicken curry/ dal. We also ordered the Chicken 65 and lamb masala.

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For a meaty main, go for this chicken curry! Expect tender, fall-off-the-bone thigh meat swimming in that spicy, zingy gravy. It is, however, on the runnier side, which I’ve noticed with Keralan curries.

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Good for two, this veggie-loaded biryani came piping hot, moist and fragrant. It has a mildly sweet and nfruity finish too! The star is cashew — as with all of the other must-orders at this new Keralan spot in Bangsar.

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Bisi Bele Bhath is a rice dish made with lentils, assorted vegetables, spices, curry leaves and tamarind pulp, and is served with raitha.

The bisi bele bhath was served piping hot, with a nice texture from the mix of rice, lentils and vegetables, served with a side of raitha and mini popadoms. The dish had a pronounced sweetness from the vegetables, with a nutty flavour imparted by the lentils. The tamarind pulp gave it that signature sweet sourness and contrasting in flavour and texture. The poni rice used was cooked down to an almost broken rice consistency. Use the popadom as a makeshift spoon to dig into the rice for the best experience. Probably one of the best dishes at MTR. A must try.

💵 RM9.00 / portion
💫 5 / 5
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A rice dish with flavourful spices, and yet it’s just right on point: tasty and healthy. And you will be surprised how different it is when you eat it with raitha (Indian yogurt condiment).
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An open kitchen where you can see how food is being prepared, and the other dishes are equally awesome: Masala Dosa, Uddin Vada, and many more. They do have daily specials, so that you can have different dishes everyday. Oh ya, not to forget the imported pappadam- a more “convenient” shape and size too! .
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Monday to Friday (8:30am-3:30pm; 5pm-10:30pm)
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Masala Dosa (thosai) is a South Indian dish from Bangalore made from rice and black gram into a crepe stuffed with spiced potatoes, laced with ghee and served with a side of green chutney and lentil sambar.

The masala dosa here was crackingly crispy, falling apart with the tug with the fork. The thin layer of dosa envelop dollops of spiced potatoes, which added a nice sweet savouriness to the dosa itself. The dish is pulled together with a drizzle of ghee. The dosa is best served with a mouthful of chutney or lentil sambar, but in all honesty, both are equally delicious. Definitely a must try.

💵 RM8.50 / plate
💫 5 / 5
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New spot for Keralan fare in Bangsar! Like its competitors in the area, Gajaa has a buffet spread at lunch (from RM24.90 pp), but we found the a la carte options to be more attractive.

This one’s the mixed vegetable kurma, made with cashews, coconut milk and a myriad of spices. I like the creaminess of that gravy ladled over rice, and the generous portion of green beans!

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Loaded with carrots, beans and peas, the veggies are cooked in a rich coconut and cashew curry that’s out of this world. There’s a tinge of sweetness, and thank goodness for that as it’s pretty fiery. I soaked my briyani with this.

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If you must have protein, get this curry. Slightly sweet yet spicy, the onion-base (tasted like it!) gravy coats tender pieces of chicken that’s tasty to the bone.

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Squeeze the lime for some zing before mixing the fragrant briyani rice. Veggie-friendly it may be, and meat was the last thing on my mind after digging into this. It’s creamy (from the coconut milk), spicy and just satisfying.