If you’re looking for a filling portion of Malaysian food with an almost-home-cooked feel, consider giving Mammam Deliveries a go.
Though Gin Rik Sha’s curious name may not flow smoothly from your mouth (hint: the last two parts are derived from ‘rickshaw’), your mouth will nevertheless thank you for visiting this gem of a restaurant in Bukit Damansara.
Renowned for their Mysore masala dosa, Junior Chellapa also serves up plenty of other mouth-watering dishes like Chicken pasanda, crab rasam, and sliced fried fish sambal.
The café serves wholesome Indian vegetarian food, plus takes extra care to cater to those who are vegan, gluten-free, practice Jainism, or have other restrictions.
Malgudi marries the beauty of both North and South Indian cuisine, prepared with all the authenticity of home cooking, priced as reasonably as possible for everyone to enjoy.
It might seem strange for what looks like a modern cafe to specialise in Chennai-style cooking, but Yatra does justice to the culinary heritage.
The food is comforting and wholesome, reminding one of homecooked weekend lunches with the family.
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The Cart is a new pop-up cafe that serves Indian-Western fusion fare in SkyWorld Gallery @ Sentul.
Anneh adds a pork-loving spin to banana leaf rice.
Masala Wheels started as a food truck that sold South Indian and Sri Lankan specialities in the city while also offering free meals to the homeless.
This restlessly ambitious restaurant has raised the stakes with The 15-Mile Journey, not merely expanding its total courses but introducing a slew of mesmeric new recipes with playful cocktail pairing possibilities.
Putting a head-turning spin on biryani, Fish Head Briyani’s speciality is what its name promises
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Cuisine and culture, colour and character: Junior Chellapa is more than capable of charming fans of South Indian fare.