Fast food

Indian Vegetarian restaurant. The following can be served made vegan upon request: plain idli with chutney and sambar, vada, all dosa batter is vegan, upma, set meals sambar/curries and side dishes or palyas, lemon rice, tomato rice. Make sure to specify no yogurt, milk, or ghee in your food or with your order. Open Mon-Fri 8:30am-3:30pm, 5:00pm-10:30pm, Sat-Sun 8:30am-10:30pm.

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6 Reviews

First Review by RawChefYin


Points +753

15 Jul 2023

Wide variety of vegetarian options

Like yesterday's dinner, we had a hard time deciding what to order because of all the great vegetarian choices on the menu.

We went for an uttapam, a potato-filled dosa, a rice porridge-esque dish and a lentil donut in sauce. Everything was really good and refreshingly different from our recent North Indian forays.

There seems to be a lot of ghee flying around so I'm not sure how suitable this place is for vegans. The history of this small restaurant chain is detailed on posters on the wall and tells an interesting story.

Pros: Onion uttapam



Points +6295

02 Dec 2022


I went into the shop and look at the menu. Nothing look interesting and it's pricey. The food could be nice but I am not sure.

Updated from previous review on 2022-12-02

Pros: A lot of vegetarian choices that can be veganised, Nice ambient

Cons: Vegan options not properly labeled, Pricey


Points +1493

16 May 2022

Good dosa I guess, but lacking service

I want in for a quick lunch. Lots of food on the menu, but no indication about which dishes are vegan. Upon asking the staff, they pointed to two dishes only - I'm sure more are/could be made vegan, but honestly, I didn't feel like asking considering the lack of enthusiasm of the staff. So I went for the Plain Dosa without ghee.

It was good. But I won't go back.

Pros: Good dosa

Cons: Service, Lack of information about what food is vegan


Points +264

14 Dec 2018

Confirmed open December 2018

Dishes are freshly served. Mainly South-Indian.


Points +975

27 Nov 2018

Not a fan.

Prices are a bit higher and I don't feel they deliver.

Still, the union Utthappam was interesting (lots of union in the pancake) and with the sauces it wasn't that bad. Bisi Bele Bath started with decent papadum chips that weren't so salty, but then the dish really was, not so tasty either. Also had the Wednesday Mix Veg. Aloo Bonda, which was just fatty fried dough with some curry stuffing.


Points +4225

03 Jun 2018

Famous for their Dosa

After hearing so much about them, they have finally arrived in Malaysia.

Authentic South Indian Vegetarian food.

I wrote to them asking if they have vegan options since their food is famous for their ghee and this is their reply:

"Yes we offer vegan dishes. Yes to the above
Kindly let the manager your preferences before you order"

:) Yippee, vegans can also enjoy their food!!

Animal Allies SG has provided this list and the Malaysia outlet has also confirmed all these can be vegan:
• Plain idli with chutney and sambar
• Vada
• All dosa batter is vegan. Request to cook without ghee.
• Upma
• Set meals : Sambar/curries and side dishes or palya's are vegan. Make sure to tell them no yogurt and milk sweet or ghee which comes in set meal as sides.
• Lemon rice, Puliogere, Tomato rice are made with oil and not ghee. Ask to give chutney as side instead of yogurt or ghee.

Parking can be found nearby at Kompleks TLK.

Pros: Tasty

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