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First Review by nottyboy

Gorgeous - and kids friendly - Edit

Went there today and had a great lunch with some fresh coconuts (only 35 RM!). Lunch is served as a buffet and EVERYTHING was tasty. We asked for the most unspicy dish (for our child) and they were very helpful!
There is no menue and somebody writes down what's on your plate- so you pay what you eat. We will come back!

Pros: big choice, English spoken , kids friendly (high chair)


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review and suggestion - Edit

Hello! i was in your restaurant some time ago. i really liked it. i think you should put cuisine type: Vedic-Ayurvedic. because apart from being vegetarian you also don’t cook with garlic, onion. Did you know that there are no places with vedic kitchen anywhere except temples ( and not in all of them)? i personally couldn’t find any restaurant with vedic-ayurvedic cuisine. i think you should Suggest Happy Cow to add one more type of cuisine - Vedic-Ayurvedic. you can refer to me. Good luck and all the best!
Updated from previous review on Wednesday September 24, 2014
Ok, i found another three in KL. two of them Moderate price. the third - expensive.


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Absolutely amazing - Edit

Best Indian food I had in KL.
Went once at breakfast and stayed a while and saw them put even more food out at lunch so came back a few days later for lunch. Lunch was even better than breakfast, more selection. Went once at dinner and all the curries and dishes were gone and it seemed like more of a mock-meat grill station only. We didn't eat dinner there because it wasn't as exciting as breakfast/lunch. Breakfast/lunch means 10-15 dishes put out on a rotating basis, slightly heavy on mock meat but plenty of vegetable dishes. Had a guy making fresh breads (can't remember if he was doing naan, roti prata, or dosas or two of those or all three...). In a nice area of other Indian places but this place was highly recommended to us by our Malaysian friend who brought us there, and it didn't disappoint.
They charge you by coming by after you eat and asking what you got (or how many things you ate), so make sure to remember or else it gets pretty confusing.

Pros: Cheap, delicious

Cons: remembering how much you ate at the end


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Great tandoori chicken - Edit

Typical Indian cheap serves up the neighborhood place, bigger than most of the others in this class. Have a side bar where you can get fried stuff like pakoras, samosas, etc. Have extensive menu with Indian, Chinese, Malay options (heavy on the mock meat) and have grill station where you can get mock tandoori chicken and chicken satay.
Tandoori chicken is pretty good to the real thing (all veggie of course) and my personal favorite to recommend here. Inexpensive

Pros: good tandoori chicken, inexpensive

Cons: not too clean


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indian vegetarian cuisine - Edit

they offer 3 sections of food, breakfast, lunch and dinner, they serve tosai, rot canai typical indian food, lunch time with some indian vegetarian dishes and dinner they offer fried noodles and so on.


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