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Recommended lists of Best Indian Food & Restaurants in Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, 2019
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, Local Delights, 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!
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!

Top 10 Places for Indian in Bukit Bintang

Top 10 places for Indian

Latest Reviews for Indian in Bukit Bintang

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Indian

Don't let its simple appearance fool you - this was one of the tastiest curries/stews we've ever had. It was filled with carrots & potatoes, and the sauce was creamy and delicious. A hidden gem 😊

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Now featuring celebrity chef Sapna Anand's creations, the revamped menu at Jalan Ceylon's Hubba is what to come for. Retained is the smart casual environment, well suited for both business lunches and dinner with friends. Goa by Hubba's foremost dish looks to be the cheesy Grilled Cauliflower with Smoked Fennel Tomato Sauce (RM30). Whether or not you're a vegetarian, this flavoursome main makes for a delightful choice to lap up with buttery Ghee Rice (RM12). If you can't part with your meat, try the Mutton Floss Mantou (RM26 for three) that marries steamed buns with crunchy shallots and expertly marinated mutton. The Fire-Roasted Mutton Marrow (RM32) also deserves a mention, smoky and luscious with the bone's natural juices. Another exotic element about Goa is found in its cocktails, heavily inspired by spices from the region. An Ass Whuppin Chai Masala (RM36) spiked with rum? We're sold.
Avg Price: RM50 per person


Not-your-average Indian dish, but these are very good (fluffy mantao!!). No regrets ordering them.

Passage Thru India is an experience. A welcoming destination for some of the best Indian food in KL, it’s unfortunate this place gets a ‘bad’ rep for being too ’touristy’ by locals. Sure, it’s a well-known tourist destination in KL but it has earned its status for good reason. The owner’s many years of travels to India has inspired the majority of the menu as well as the restaurant’s rustic interior. What’s amazing is that the walls are hand painted entirely by the owner himself! According to the website, the walls were “painted with artistic series where there are no rules and no pretensions but simply an interpretation of beautiful India.” Ugh a place after my own heart. Now on to the food!
Waste no time in ordering the Murgh Tikka Butter Masala — tender cubes of boneless chicken cooked in a traditional clay oven, then cooked in deliciously creamy butter masala. Diet can wait. Whether you like cauliflower or not, you should order the crispy and flavourful Gobi Manchurian because it is damn good and no regrets. And the Aloo Gobi. Because why not have more cauliflowers? Delicious food, great service and cool surroundings. Get amongst.

The restaurant doesn’t get packed on weeknights which is perfect for times when you want to escape from the city’s bustling nightlife. Ample parking spaces, live music on weekends. A little high-end indian experience, but one that’s worth trying!


Streets away from nightlife neighbourhood Changkat, you'll find Nagasari Curry House. Still decked in its weathered cushion chairs and crooked tables, the restaurant gets the attention of both lunch and dinner diners. The restaurant serves a wide variety of both North and South Indian food, but without a doubt, come for the banana leaf. Upon initial appearances, one might feel underwhelmed by the portion of vegetables. For RM7.50 per set, I imagined a more generous serving. BUT, a spoonful of rice doused in Nagasari's curry (chicken, fish or onion) will make up for all its other flaws. I recommend going for the fish and onion — both incredibly fragrant with just the right amount of spice.


I absolutely love Indian food and this place will probably be my new go-to place! The restaurant is so nicely decorated since its inside Starhill Gallery, service is great, and most importantly the food is so good! We ordered the Lamb Biryani, and the portion was definitely enough for 2. They serve papadum with mango chutney and mint sauce as a complementary appetizer, which I absolutely love. The lamb curry fills the bottom half of the pot, topped with the biryani rice. It looks small but it definitely fills a lot. No doubt I'll come back again for more!


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