8 Restaurants to check out for fine Indian cuisine in KL
No festive season in Malaysia is complete without a feast with friends and/or family. Deepavali is no exception, uniting Malaysians regardless of race and religion over a hearty meal with universally loved dishes. Whether you're a fan of Northern or Southern Indian cuisine—or somewhere in between—check out these fine Indian restaurants in the Klang Valley to celebrate the Festival of Lights with your loved ones.
Calling its food "nomadic cuisine", Nadodi is where you go to savour Indian cuisine from Tamil Nadu to Kerala to Sri Lanka. Expect a modern twist on traditional dishes with exclusively sourced ingredients and specialty farmed produce. Menus here come in the form of the Nine-Mile Journey, 11-Mile Journey, and 11-Mile Vegetarian Journey, offering a gastronomic trip across the Southern lands of India.
Address: Lot 183, 1st Floor, Jalan Mayang, Off Jalan Yap Kwan Seng
Contact: 03 2181 4334
The legacy of Qureshi can be traced back to one chef who has a history of serving the top rulers of India—Imtiaz Qureshi. Coming here means rewarding yourself to top notch Northern Indian cuisine, where kebab is made in a myriad of ways, from the use of stone slabs to open fires to griddles. Aside from the signature Burrah Kabab (Tandoori lamb chops with spiced vinegar, potlee and peshawari mas ala), there's also the ever popular Samundari Biryani (Basmati rice cooked in caste iron pot with prawns, herbs, and rose essence) and Murgh Bombay Bohri Biryani (Basmati rice cooked with oriental spices, morsels of chicken and potatoes).
Address: Ground Floor, East Wing, TPC Kuala Lumpur, 10, Jalan 1/70D, Off Jalan Bukit Kiara
Contact: 03 2011 1007
Walk into an elegant and sophisticated interior with Roman columns, a copper chandelier, checkered monochrome marble tiles, and an arched glass metal-frame entrance. Indulge in Jhann's interpretations of nostalgic Nothern Indian cuisine with dishes such as chicken garlic tikka, truffle roti, and a selection of papadums. Continue your meal with The Kohinoor Tandoor Grilled Chicken, Rogan Josh, and vindaloo. Customers can even customise the level of spiciness from mild to hot.
Address: 6, Jalan Medan Setia 2, Plaza Damansara, Damansara Heights
Contact: 017 3244 323
Taking pride in serving carefully prepared Anglo-Indian dishes native of Goa, Frangipaani is poised to take its customers on a unique dining experience highlighting one of the most colourful sub-continents int the world. Whether you're a meat lover or vegetarian, there is something for you from over 60 choices to select. Among the popular picks include the Lamb Special and Butter Chicken as well as the Aloo & Moong Sprouts Chaat.