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As Thaipusam approaches, Tamil devotees who celebrate the festivities will be observing a strict, week-long diet consisting only of vegetarian food until the day itself. If you’re keen on going vegan yourself (even for just a day!), here are 6 Indian vegetarian restaurants even a T-Rex would crave for. Grrr!

 

1. Saravanaa Bhavan, Brickfields

Saravanaa Bhavan is arguably the most established and well-remembered name in the business of Indian cookery. Established in Chennai, India, the restaurant operates outlets in more than ten countries across the world. Renowned for their specialty in Southern Indian cuisine, Saravanaa Bhavan Kuala Lumpur is no different in taking after the brand’s reputation for delicious vegetarian food.

 

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  • Highly established restaurant that is famed for their Southern Indian vegetarian food.
  • All spices are directly imported from India.
  • Staff are brought in directly from India, ensuring their familiarity of the recipes.
  • Operates in over 10+ countries worldwide.

Address: Brickfields 196, Jalan Tun Sambanthan, Kuala Lumpur
Operating hours: Daily (7:30AM – 11PM)
Contact: 03-2260 3755

 

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2. Ganga Cafe, Bangsar

The first on this list is a little tucked-away spot located in Bangsar. Ganga Cafe was founded by Meeta and Prabodh, who according to Robin from The Yum List, believe in the mantra that healthy food doesn’t have to skimp on taste.

 

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  • Food is cooked farm to plate, ensuring freshness. Most ingredients are sourced directly from a vegetable garden behind the restaurant itself.
  • Gluten-free options for roti are available
  • A must-try is the restaurant’s vegetable platter (RM25), which comprises of a medley of grilled-greens spiced with a touch of heat.

Address: 19 Lorong Kurau, Bangsar, 59100 Kuala Lumpur
Operating hours: Mondays to Saturdays (8AM – 10PM), Sundays (10AM – 3PM)
Contact: 03-2284 2119

 

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3. Sangeetha, Ampang


Conveniently located within the Ampang neighbourhood in KL, Sangeetha boasts a menu that encompasses both Northern and Southern Indian cuisine that ensures you won’t be short on options. However, it has been reported that the prices are slightly more expensive as compared to its counterparts in Brickfields.

 

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  • Wide selection that comprises both Northern and Southern Indian cuisine.
  • Friendly and helpful staff who are able to help you pick out vegan or dairy-free options on their menu.
  • Exhaustive sweets bar stocked with many traditional Indian sweets.

Address: 65, Lebuh Ampang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 50100
Operating hours: Daily (8AM – 11PM)
Contact: 03-20323333

 

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4. WTF, Bangsar

Unusual name aside, WTF Restaurant in Bangsar comes highly recommended for its Indian vegetarian food. Nestled in Lorong Maroof, many of its staple menu items are made completely in-house, with no preservatives. While they don’t boast a vegetable garden like Ganga does, staff members regularly visit the markets to obtain a fresh stock of ingredients.

 

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  • Serves not merely a medley of Indian favourites, but international flavours as well.
  • Ingredients are sourced fresh from wet markets daily.
  • Desserts are also offered, albeit with a lighter, more delicate flavor.

Address: 98, Lorong Maarof, Bangsar Park, 59100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Operation hours: Daily (11:30 AM – 11PM)
Contact: 019-261 7070

 

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5. Betel Leaf Restaurant, Ampang

Serving only Chettinad cuisine, Betel Leaf’s menu is split between vegetarian and non-vegetarian offerings, making it a versatile choice for those bringing friends or family who are more inclined to be having meat in their meals while you dine vegan.

 

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  • Offers a variety of dishes that will cater to vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike.
  • Authentic Chettinad cuisine; not found commonly in other Indian vegetarian restaurants.
  • The restaurant also runs their own farm in Mantin, where a lot of their ingredients are sourced.

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Address: 77A, Leboh Ampang, 50100, Kuala Lumpur
Operation hours: Daily (11AM – 11PM)
Contact: 03-2032 5932

 

6. Mr Naan and Mrs Idly, Brickfields

Sounding like a mom and pop restaurant that has been passed down from one generation to the next, Mr Naan and Mrs Idly is a vegetarian eatery that offers two other cuisines on top of the typical Northern and Southern Indian fare: Jain and Buddhist meals. Jain and Buddhist meals are unique in that they are vegetarian meals that they avoid using any root-based vegetables such as potatoes, onions and garlic. 

 

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  • Offers both Northern and Southern Indian vegetarian dishes
  • One of the few rare restaurants to offer Jain and Buddhist meals.
  • The restaurant is run by the same people behind WTF Bangsar, which should give you a good indication of how good the food is.

Address: Brickfields, 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur
Operating hours: Daily (11AM – 11PM)
Contact: 019-261 7070

 

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