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Recommended lists of Best Indian Food & Restaurants in Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur, 2018
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Burpple Guides, Local Delights, 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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Try the fried squid and fried chicken with lots for curry and dhal! Top with side veges! Coffee brew with cow milk is the best!

First time having lunch here, I have order Banana Leaf Set Meal is really super cheap just costs RM5.20 including SST. The set include 3 vegetables, one pack of papadams, fried salted dried chilli, pickle, rasam and 3 choicee of curry sauce. The rice is refillable without any extra charges. The taste is considered still acceptable. Is really hard to find super economic set meal in Bangsar. So come for a try.

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For this is the fiercest of them all...the lobster biryani. Of sweet, juicy meat melding flawlessly with that inimitable heady mix of spices. Only qualm? You might prematurely get bursts of cardamom in your mouth unknowingly. Ok, that's all.

A place that I always came back for their thali meal. Brown rice served with different type of vegetable side dish and gravy.

We also had the masala tossai for sharing. Crispy thin tossai filled with potato, by far my favourite tossai combination.

Trying out the Indian version of ice cream for the first time as well, so creamy and full of wonderful nuttiness from pistachio. Do give it a try if you never had Indian version of ice cream before.

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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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.

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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