98, Lorong Maarof
Kuala Lumpur 59100

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11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

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11:00am - 11:00pm

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For spice, rice and everything nice, plan your next makan gathering at this spacious resto for incredible Indian vegetarian grub. Your order must include the Tandoori Broccoli (RM20). Cooked in the tandoor oven, broccoli pieces are cooked to a meaty texture that is tender yet holds a bite, and bears a lovely smoky aroma. Be sure to dunk it in the fresh mint sauce for more oomph! Pairs this with the Cheese Naan (RM10). For the adventurous, order Something (RM18) from the menu – the kitchen decides what they want to serve you!
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Given the punchy flavours, you won't believe the dishes here are 100 percent vegetarian. Take the Tandoori Broccoli (RM20), roasted to tender perfection with a texture reminiscent of grilled chicken. On mains, get the savoury Ghungat Wali Subzi (RM24), a thick, tomato-based curry dish chock-full of vegetables best eaten with their Butter Naan (RM6) – the perfect vessel for mopping up the leftover gravy. Flavours here tend to lean on the spicier side, so the freshly made Sweet Lassi (RM9) is a great way to help tone down the heat.

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The chefs here have really mastered the art of flavour – the broccoli pieces are so, so appetising it almost felt like I was eating tandoori chicken. I loved the charred bits on it, and that mint chutney is adds a nice freshness against the burnt bits. I did find it a bit too spicy, but you can always dip it in the yoghurt-based Palaak Chaat!

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Who needs meat when you’re given this ‘shy pot’ chock-full of different vegetables (capsicum, king beans and cauliflower) cooked in a spicy, tomato-based curry. Use the crispy bread surrounding the pot to dip in the curry! Or order a basket of naan. The Plain Naan (RM5) works best.

The description of this dish is nothing like what it is, and I mean it in the best way. Yes, there are deep-fried spinach leaves and what coats is are two kinds of chutney and a yoghurt. It’s crunchy, spicy and refreshing all in one. Eat this one up quickly as it gets soggy fast if you leave it out for too long.

What you get at WTF is not at all the run of the mill Indian vegetarian. With nine chefs working on their own specialties from Indian to Western and Mexican, this fusion restaurant is home to one of those seriously wacky menus that surprisingly, works. WTF (What tasty food) indeed. The Burpple community has established a consensus that their Fondue Cheese Pav Bhaji (RM16) makes the perfect comfort food. Served with soft buns and a side of pickled onions, the fondue sees a melting pot of spice, vegetables and cheese. Alternatively, try the chef-recommended Dahi Ke Sholay (RM18), a soft, crispy starter of breaded pockets stuffed with hung curd, vegetables and spices. There is also an intriguing, strictly-for-sharing Tava Masala Sizzler (RM35) that comes on a hot plate with marinated tandoori potatoes, vegetable cutlet and cumin rice. While this semi-casual eatery is made popular by its hybrid creations, it's not to say their Indian fare pales in comparison. In fact, the menu dangles an exceptional Dal Makhani (RM18), creamy slow-cooked black lentils to go with Naan (RM5). If you've exhausted all options, go off-course with a mystery Whatever (RM18) — anything the chef feels like making. In the case of Burppler Benjay Syb, it was a refreshing apple cabbage pita sandwich!
Avg price per person: RM30
Photo by Burppler Benjay Syb