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Recommended lists of Best Indian Food & Restaurants in TTDI, Kuala Lumpur, 2018
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Tasty, affordable and so satisfying. I come to Aunty Manju’s whenever the banana leaf rice craving hits. Love that they give five vegetables instead of the usual three and something sweet after to help with the spice.

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Heard a lot of positive feedback about this place and we finally dropped by with the fam bam on a public holiday!

One basic set of banana leaf rice costs RM8.50 and it comes with free flow of rice, 4 or 5 types of vegetables, 3 types of curries and rassam. Eat all you can!

Vegetables such as beetroot, bitter gourd & sambal tofu etc were good but I think the curries can be better. We ordered a number of side dishes for sharing such as fried chicken, fried squid with onion, mutton masala & sambal prawn and all of them were excellent.

Most of the time we head to Jaipur, which is another underrated place stones away from Aunty Manju, for BLR but now we have more options! The prices might be on the high side but why not if you can get a superb hearty meal here!

Kayra does breads very well including this egg appam. You’ll still get the tanginess from the fermented rice butter, but the egg makes everything better. Savoury and peppery, douse on the coconut chutney served with it – super spicy!

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 set is a lunch promotion which has rice that comes with 3 vegetables, papadom, a dessert, dhal and some acar and its super affordable !! (RM 9)

I stole some and it was yummy! Really love the flexibility to add on these dishes with our thalis. Mix and match and we shared some of them. Finished off our lunch with some sweet appams, bru coffee and masala tea. The food here is so good that the little boy asked me for some cash. When I asked him why? He said I want to give a tip because I love the food. That speaks volumes!

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This was absolutely delicious! The kids loved it and were demanding for an extra order. Really enjoyed it. This can be ordered as an add on to your thali

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They change the small dishes and each of them full of flavour. So yummy. Brought my family today and both kids and adults loved it.

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Generous portion and underneath all that fluffy golden rice are chunky pieces of chicken that is full of flavour. So yummy! You can order one to share as the portion is generous and I loved the chutney and yoghurt that came with it.

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Kayra's entry into TTDI is a pleasant addition for all, but most memorably, for first-timers tasting Keralan food. Expect an upclass setting of white clothed-tables and wine service, which makes this spot great for celebrating occasions. Like in Kerala, the dishes here see multiple use for mangoes (the state's favourite fruit) as well as seafood — a combination that results in tangy flavours. The Allepey Meen Curry (RM30), in which fish is simmered in ground coconut paste and raw mangoes for a cheerfully zesty curry, is testament to this. There's no fault in going for something more familiar, and that has to be the Meen Muppas (RM30) — spice-laden fish curry in rich coconut milk. Burpple Tastemaker Blueskiescottoncloud has only good things to say about the aromatic Coconut Pepper Chicken (RM25), which works just as well in its mushroom version, the Koon Pepper Fry (RM22). There will be lots of gravy to ladle over Rice (white, RM5 per portion), which is a given, but we say up your quota for carbs (just this once) and order also the thin and lovable Appams (RM6 for three pieces)!
Avg price per person: RM35
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Blueskiescottoncloud

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Compatible to Devi's. Gravies are awesome, rasam on point, honey lamb is a must have, fried fish, sotong & chicken are okay, coffee bru is a must have. Overall, dem good. Will be back for more, now let me sit back & rub tummy. #foodkoma -taken with #samsung #s8plus-

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