[Kuala Lumpur] North Indian snacks from WTF, Bangsar.

WTF, the naughtily-named eatery - apparently, it stands for “What Tasty Food” offers a good range of North Indian chaats (snacks), besides its generous spread of vegetarian food options.

I had perhaps one of the best samosas in town here this evening.

The pani puri was a bit of disappointment -the shells were harder and thicker than what we’d expected. But I noticed other Indian eateries (Saravanaa Bhavan, Sagar) in Bangsar seemed to have the same poor quality shells - perhaps obtaining them from the same supplier/source:

The dahi puri - same shells, but more substantial filling, smothered in yoghurt, fared better as the textures of the filling were denser, making the hardness of the pastry shells less noticeable.

Vada pau - the quintessential Mumbai snack. The version here was given an extra chili spice kick, perhaps to cater to Malaysia’s South Indian community which has a greater preference for chillis compared to North Indians.

Love the lassi drinks - we had the sweet lassi and the mango lassi, both good:

Various expansions of the anagram WTF (yeah, sure) :smiley:

98, Lorong Maarof, Bangsar
59000 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +6019-261 7070
Opening hours: 11.30am till late evening daily.

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One of my favourite vegetarian places, the aloo gobi is oustanding.

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Incredible list of vegetarian options on the menu.

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