Indian Restaurants in Malaysia – 368 Restaurants
The mee goreng stall is actually located inside Sheng Li coffee shop and is run by an Indian who spoke some Hokkien. Famous & Popular Hawker Store who operated by indian’s onwner cum chef for10 over years.
carene19 posted lovewinter19.blogspot.com 90 ReviewsExceptional
The plate of fried mamak mee goreng possess all the flavors to tingle the taste buds i.e. sweet, sour and spicy. The spicy stewed cuttlefish, mashed sweet potatoes, fried tofu cubes, crispy fritters, bean sprouts,crunchy fried shallots and slices of cabbages are the main ingredients of the mee goreng, - See more at: http://lovewinter19.blogspot.com/2015/04/penang-street-foods-koay-teow-thng-chee-cheong-fun-indian-mee-hokkien-mee.html
Vada Pav is noted as the most popular street food in Mumbai. Other noted street foods in Mumbai include Panipuri, Bhelpuri, Sevpuri, Dahipuri, Sandwiches, Ragda-pattice, Pav Bhaji, Chinese bhel, idlis and Dosas, all of which are vegetarian. Big love for the Mumbai street food - had some amazing Vada Pav over there too. stick to the vegetarian only options. Amazing veggie food is the best thing about India now in Malaysia .
isaactan posted www.isaactan.net 327 ReviewsSuperb
Mumbai Delights, a restaurant serving northern Indian’s vegetarian cuisine, with their specialty being Mumbai's street food open recently at Plaza Mont Kiara. I had the chance to dine there with fellow foodies the other day, and it really gave me a new perception on what Indian dishes have to offer. Check out what we had that day,
Lovely thosai with the tongue burning red chutney
The customer service was terrible. We had to go to the counter and place our orders. To make matters worse the cashier asked us to go and find a waiter to check whether the banana leaf rice we that we want to order is available. Almost all waiters there are very rude including the cashier.
If banana leaf cuisine is your weakness, be sure not to miss out Passions of Kerala for the ultimate south Indian food experience. Opened in year 2000 by joint owners, Mr. Gary Nair and Mr. Achuthan Nair, the place is run by Mr. Murly Nair. It is actually a branch from Restaurant Innira’s (name had also been changed to Passions of Kerala) situated in Gelugor, Penang. Passions of Kerala got its name from a type of seasonal flower called Passions that blooms right outside the restaurant and if you observe, the structure and interior of the place is made to look like a typical house in Kerala, situated in Southern India.
The service there was superb and the Roti Canai was one of the best I have taken so far, crispy and flaky than most of the restaurants I have tried before. Their curry gravy was thick and pungent.
The best Roti Canai i've tasted since a looooong time. They have literally 1/2 dozen roti makers at the counters just spading out these roti and they are gone within a minute. Irregardless whether anyone orders them or not. You can see see more chinese patrons than indian patrons... lol..... I always order a minimum of 2 roti canai (kosong is really good) and one nasi lemak and ayam goreng with teh ais.....I'll be happy like a hibernating bear The roti kosong smells authentice, not those greasy stuff u get elsewhere, crispy, well cooked, layers are well done (not lumped) and dhal... WAHH.... drooling rite now.... SERIOUSLY THE BEST ROTI CANAI - MUST TRY
JM BARIANI HOUSE started rather quietly in the early 1980s when Jamilah and her husband Mustapa decided to start a food catering business. The couple from Muar set up a kitchen in SS18 Subang Jaya and soon discovered their friends and other Johor folk were requesting for their bariani more regularly. JM Bariani House opened in 1995 to cater to this need. Since then, it has become a hub in the KL-PJ area for genuine Johor bariani and other southern Malay specialities. Today, the couple in their sixties has left the running of the business to three sons who are equally passionate about Johor food. I would say that this is a simpler and less spicy version of the 'briyani' aka Johor bariani. It seems this dish originated in Singapore where there was a cross-cultural mix of Muslim cooking traditions from places such as Middle East, Indonesia and India!
small kucing posted www.smallkucing.com 554 Reviews
Well, each to his/her own taste. Many people like this type of Nasi Briyani.
Ahmad Zainal postedBad
DIRTIEST RESTAURANT EVER. MOST UNHYGIENIC. REVOLTING. DO NOT VISIT. I went during August 2017. It was the most horrifying experience in my life. It was dirty, unhygienic and absolutely terrible. There was a waitress in tudung, long sleeves. She served us. We ordered their curry fish head and others. The appetizers were cabbages and other vegetables but they were ALREADY COOKED and STACKED one on top of another at the side table to be given out! The plates of appetizers (wet and cooked) were stacked plate on plate! Plates were sitting on top of food! WHAT THE HELL! Then, she used her BARE hands without gloves to pick up papadoms, and put them on plates! She then served that to us! When our food was ready, she then served the curry fish head to us with her FINGERS in the curry! Also, we had fried chicken. She used her UNWASHED, BARE HANDS to chop them! I almost vomited. I have NOT seen her wash her hands. She then open a receipt book, wrote the food that we ordered, and used a calculator to calculate the total. All the whilst STILL handling food. Then, she took CASH money from us, and got us the change. She never once cleaned her hands apart from wiping them on her APRON! YA ALLAH! DO NOT GO TO THIS RESTAURANT! I will report to DBKL and the Health authorities soon. This place gives you diarrhea and food poisoning. I did get diarrhea that day I ate in this place.