Kuala Lumpur Best Indian Restaurants Guide
The best Indian restaurants selection are listed alphabetically within these different categories, which serve as guidelines rather than absolute definitions of the establishments. In addition to a 5% sales tax, most restaurants add a 10% service charge.
Annalakshmi Indian Restaurant
This is a vegetarian find for those seeking a healthy alternative. The South Indian food features daal, vegetable curries, and pastries. There is an impressive non-meat menu to choose from, and Annalakshmi also offers a scrumptious buffet.
Location: 46 Jalan Maarof, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (Bangsar)
Bangles Indian Restaurant
Cultural artwork and a pleasant ambience create a welcoming atmosphere at Bangles. In business since 1970, it’s recognized as Kuala Lumpur’s oldest North Indian food establishment. Try the fish tikka masala or the butter chicken.
Location: 270, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 50450
Bharath’s Curry House
Located on the fourth floor of the KLCC mall, this Indian restaurant caters to an upscale and business-oriented clientele. Waiters in classic uniforms and Sultan Indian music complement the well-appointed Indian / Asian decor during the evening. Entrees include mutton-chop masala, cubed chicken marinated in spiced yogurt, and an array of desserts. The affordable menu doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice service, as the staff is friendly and diverse. Reservations recommended.
Location: Lot 426, Level 4, Suria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 50088
Bilal Indian Restaurant
Reasonable prices and renowned naan bread are the cornerstones of Bilal. Also popular are the mutton curries and chicken.
Location: 33 Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Bombay Place Indian Restaurant
Classic Northern Indian fare can be found at the Bombay Palace. Well-known in the city for its authenticity, house favorites include the tandoori and sheared leg of lamb. Serves lunch and dinner.
Location: 388 Jalan Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
d’Tandoor Indian Restaurant
A comfortable interior, which is accented with Indian artifacts and an expansive menu, are the benchmarks of d’Tandoor. The helpful staff is always on hand and eager to explain the number of entrees available. Specialties include nawratan khurma and prawn masala at reasonable prices. Reservations recommended.
Location: 63-65, Jalan SS 21/60, Damansara Utama, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 47000 (Petaling Jaya)
Omar Khyyam Indian Restaurant
The scents and smells of North Indian food greet you at Omar Khyyam. A bit upscale with a true Pakistani feel.
Location: 5 Jalan Medan Tuanku, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Passage Through India
This Indian restaurant is handsomely decorated with artifacts, this restaurant offers old world charm. It maintains the tradition of serving food delicacies on a banana leaf, and its working tandoor oven greets you when you walk in the door. Entrees are spicy and flavorful. Specialties include mutton vindaloo and tandoori chicken. Reservations suggested.
Location: 4, Jalan Delima, (off Jalan Bukit Bintang), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 55100
Saffron Indian Restaurant
Although saffron rice is on the menu, a variety of exotic and flavorful items are also mainstreams. The setting is welcoming, the owner charming, and the food at Saffron a delight. The eggplant with garam masala is sweet yet tangy, and the vegetable pakoras served with mint yogurt dip will keep you wanting more. This is authentic North Indian and Punjabi food at its best Reservations recommended.
Location: 5 Jalan Sri Hartamas 7, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 50480
An Indian band with folk dancers and a handsome decor set the exquisite setting at The Taj Indian restaurant. The owners even provide a spice guide for guests who fear getting too exotic with their taste buds. Try the salmon tikka in herbs and spices or the flavorful tamater shorba (tomato soup) as an appetizer. A great value for the money. Reservations suggested.
Location: 35 Jalan Burkit Bintang, Crown Princess Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 50400
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