Roti Canai in Kuala Lumpur

Roti Canai in Kuala Lumpur

Oh, Indian food!

I find it absolutely irresistible. After a grand total of four days in Kuala Lumpur, I had already turned myself into a regular at one particular establishment – Restoran Anuja.

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Located directly across from Puduraya Bus Terminal, this was the first place I set foot in after arriving from Melaka and it won me over instantly. Restoran Anuja had a simple menu, friendly service, and fresh tropical fruit juices – the perfect combination after a long journey.

Roti-canai

Kuala Lumpur has a large Indian population and when it comes to their cuisine, that translates into roti, roti, and more roti. For those of you who have never tried roti before, it is a flat bread eaten across much of South Asia. It is usually accompanied with various curries, but I’d argue that the roti itself is the star of the meal; let’s not forget all the different kinds you can order up: plain roti, cheese roti, garlic roti, banana roti…

At 2.50 Ringgits for a plate of cheese roti with curry, I was only paying the equivalent of $0.80 to feast on one of my favourite dishes. And I didn’t eat just one platter, oh no, I went for seconds. Here is the video proof of how superb this place is.

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p.s. Lest you think I’ve only been eating Indian food while in Malaysia (big foodie faux pas), let me affirm that I have tried many Malaysian dishes including a refreshing bowl of cendol.

What’s your favourite Indian dish?

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