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Indian Food in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Come join us for some delicious Indian Food in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia as we visit Restoran Yusoof Dan Zakhir for lunch just across from the Central Market in Chinatown. Specializing in Indian, Halal and Malay cuisine you'll quickly notice how popular the restaurant is drawing large crowds and having many specialty stations such as a tandoori oven and a juice bar.

We ended up ordering a huge spread of food which included garlic naan, cheese naan, tandoori chicken, fish masala curry and mango juice. Once we finished all of this we had a durian popsicle for dessert:

Restoran Yusoof Dan Zakhir (Indian Restaurant)
Address: Jalan Hang Kasturi, City Centre, 50000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Hours: 6AM–11PM
Phone: +60 3-2026 8685

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Indian Food in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Travel Food Video Transcript:

So it is lunchtime here in Kuala Lumpur and we're eating at one of our favorite restaurants. It is located in Chinatown and it is called Yusoof Dan Zakhir. Hard one to pronounce. And they specialize in Indian food. And there is so much variety here. Like Sam is going to give you a little tour of the restaurant but there are just so many different stations.

And look what just came.

The juice is here. That is amazing. Thank you.

Mango. So we got mango juice. But yeah, like I was saying there are so many different stations. There is like a tandoori station, a naan station. There is an area where like the food is already prepared and you just kind of like point and choose what you want to have. And there is a juicing station and yeah there is just a lot going on here. The food is great. I'm super excited to eat here.

Something else that is really cool is the location is ideal. It is just right across to the right from the entrance of the Central Market. Yeah, so.

Great location. Yeah, and this place is packed. Like all day long. And that is how you know it is a good restaurant.

So Sam, as usual is feeling parched and couldn't quite make up his mind with the drinks.

So I basically always get a Teh Tarik wherever I go now. And if we're eating like local food it is available I get it. It is just so good. It is so cheap. And I'm going to try it here.

Oh man. It is just like the flavor of it combined with the milk and the sugar. And the fact that it is so cheap. That is why I keep ordering it all of the time.

Alright, and aside from that you've got some mango juice. That is really refreshing. Yeah. Lots of ice cubes in there.

Alright guys, so the food has arrived all at once. Our table is like packed with plates and bowls and dishes. So I'm going to start with the cheese naan. We ordered two different types of naan today. Cheese and garlic. Oh man, and these are like fresh out of the oven. This is like burning my fingers. Yeah.

It is really cool to see the tandoori oven. Yeah.

Next up we're going to try the chicken tandoori. And it is really cool seeing how they prepare this. Because they basically put the chicken on these giant skewers and then the skewer goes in to the tandoori oven and they're just cooking in there. Guess what guys? I'm going to show you where that is right now. It is right over there.

But back to the plate. So here we've got tandoori. Just look at that. It is all red on the exterior. Coated in spices. Oh, and they serve it with cucumbers, red onions and we've got a little bit of lemon or lime it seems.

So the other thing we ordered was a curry. And this is a fish masala. This is a fish masala. So you can see it comes in a generous gravy and I've just been hacking away at it here. Um, you can probably. I'll just go like this so that you can see the meat a little bit better.

Restaurant is shutting down for prayers. So we've got to go. We paid the bill. How much was it?

So it was 35 Ringgit which is at current exchange is seven dollars and seventy cents. Yeah.

So that was for four food items, three drinks. So seven things in total. Yeah.

So yeah.

A cheap and delicious meal.

Really good food. We are stuffed.

This is part of our Travel in Malaysia video series showcasing Malaysian food, Malaysian culture and Malaysian cuisine.

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