3 Indian restaurants in KL to try this weekend
(If you haven't already)
Since Deepavali and Diwali (yes, there is a slight difference between the two) are four- and five-day celebrations, the festive spirit continues on into the weekend. After you've attended the open houses and indulged in these popular snacks, move on to any of these Indian restaurants in town for a true feast that each stand out on its own.
The word means nomad in Malayalam and this fine dining restaurant describes its offerings as Nomadic cuisine. Try any of their degustation menus and you'll understand why. Every dish will bring you on a journey of flavours from the southern lands of India but the execution is a modern and creative interpretation. Our recommendation: Prepare your palate and your stomachs for the 10-mile journey.
Address: Lot 183, 1st Floor, Jalan Mayang, Off Jalan Yap Kwan Seng, 50450 Kuala Lumpur
Opening hours: Dinner only with three services (closed on Sun)
Phone number: 017 390 0792
WTF - What Tasty Food
A vegetarian restaurant with Northern Indian influences, WTF is a regular receiver of high praises. From the Tandoori Platter to the daal makhani and paratha to the Mushroom Tikka Masala, the food tastes authentic and is well worth the wait. Yes, it can get quite crowded so try to visit during non-peak hours or make a reservation.
Address: 98, Lorong Maarof, Bangsar, 59000 Kuala Lumpur
Opening hours: 11.30am - 10pm (Mon - Thurs); 11.30am - 11pm (Fri - Sun)
Phone number: 019 261 7070
The Ganga Cafe
Touted as one of the best vegetarian Indian/Banana Leaf Rice restaurants in town, it's easy to eat clean at The Ganga Cafe. For one, they don't use MSG or food colouring. Secondly, it's so good you won't even remember your love for meat. Don't forget to order their Masala Tea.
Address: 19, Lorong Kurau, Taman Bukit Pantai, 59100 Kuala Lumpur
Opening hours: 8.30am - 9.30pm (Mon - Sat); 10am - 3pm (Sun)
Phone number: 03 2284 2119