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Best Indian Restaurants In Kuala Lumpur

Authentic Indian Cuisine

Indian Restaurants In Kuala Lumpur - Qureshi

India is a land of diverse cuisines with cooking styles varying from region to region, and is largely divided into North Indian and South Indian cuisines. To shatter any prejudices you have of Indian cuisines Little Steps have enlisted a range of restaurants with North Indian cuisines for you to visit and enjoy their scrumptious food. Remember Indian food is not just banana leaf! Get ready to fill those little tummies.

  • Indian Restaurants In Kuala Lumpur - Qureshi

    QURESHI

    A restaurant with premium royal Indian cuisine, is sure to win your heart in all the spheres, be it ambiance, delicious food, tempting presentation and a very friendly service. Qureshi is known for its Indian heritage cuisine, with its age old recipes specializing in ‘Tandoor’ and ‘Dum’ cooking styles. Their dishes have the right balance of authentic spices, which will subtly kick your taste buds and that's the reason why your kids will also enjoy the food as much as you do. It's undoubtedly a 5-star dining place with a wide selection of lip smacking food to choose from, without the risk of going wrong on any dish you pick. Kebabs and the briyanis are their must try! Its a definitely a great place to take your foreign or non-Indian friends to have a memorable experience of Indian cuisine.  Its one of the pricey places so be willing to spend well to enjoy the royal treat!

     

    Qureshi, www.qureshi-intl.com

  • DELHI ROYALE

    Located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur and being very close to KLCC, it's quite a popular destination among Indians and locals. This fine dining restaurant has a good ambiance with predominantly yellow and gold interior. As the name says, the food is mostly Delhi and Punjabi style, which is usually rich and indulging. Dal Makhani and Paneer dishes are simply authentic and tastes utterly delicious. The staff here are really good and friendly and usually entertain the kids very well. So, you can enjoy your meal here without worrying about your kids creating a little bit of mess and fuss around.

     

    Delhi Royalewww.delhiroyale.com

  • Indian Restaurants In Kuala Lumpur - Sagar

    SAGAR

    It's a north Indian cuisine restaurant located in Bangsar which is the hub of eateries with International cuisines. This place is one of the favorites among Indians in KL due to its finger licking food and reasonable prices. The ambiance here, though not so lavish, is warm and welcoming! You will be served with complimentary papads with chutneys and bottled water. They have a good spread of vegetarian and non vegetarian dishes with a variety of breads and rice.  While the food is served, kids can enjoy watching fishes in the aquariums placed at the entrance. Its certainly a place not to be missed!

     

    Sagarwww.sagarrestaurant.com

  • SPICE GARDEN

    How about enjoying your favorite curries with butter naan and kashmiri pulav right on top of Genting Highlands!  Just head straight to this restaurant ‘Spice Garden’ which will surely satisfy all your cravings with finger licking food. Its another haven for sought after North Indian dishes like dal makhani, dal tadka, cottage cheese dishes, assorted naans and pulavs, etc. It's the only Indian restaurant in Genting Highlands and is quite popular among locals, expatriates and tourists. They have five branches in and around KL. Apart from Indian cuisine it also serves Middle Eastern cuisine.

     

    Spice Gardenspicegardenasia.net

  • WTF

    This restaurant’s menu is brimming over with choices ranging from street food like chaats, fast food like sandwiches, burgers, pizza specially for kids, and North Indian main courses with variety of breads, stuffed paranthas and rice. The must try dish here is shaam savera which is prepared from cottage cheese and is beautifully garnished ! The great thing about this place is that you get enough time to hangout with family and friends and most importantly you can get your food customized. They also serve Jain food (without onion and garlic) or can specially prepare it for you.

     

    WTF,  wtfrestaurants.com.my/

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