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Two stalls in food courts that serve top-notch South Indian food.

READER Jonathan Brookes emailed me to ask about stalls selling good Indian food in the Klang Valley.

His message read: ?Dear Sam, I am a Briton living in Kuala Lumpur under the Malaysia My Second Home programme.

?I want to know if there are any stalls selling good Indian food other than the restaurants because I am rather fed-up of eating in such places. Thank you.?

Well Mr Brookes, I can name two makan places that you can go to in Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya.

First, there is Panir?s stall (N 03 07.348, E 101 40.448) at the Mutiara Bangsar Food Court in Jalan Liku, off Jalan Bangsar.

This is one of my favourite makan places and offers Southern Indian food.

SOME SERIOUS MAKAN SESSION: People from all walks of life converge at Pandiyan's stall in SS3, Petaling Jaya.

Enjoying their food: People from all walks of life converge at Pandiyan?s stall in
SS3, Petaling Jaya.

 

Panir is well-known for his mutton curry and fried fish and his prices are very reasonable.

For example, a plate of rice with fried fish and vegetables costs about RM7 per serving.

Two stalls in food courts that serve top-notch South Indian food.At some restaurants in the Klang Valley, this simple fare would cost almost double.

For the record, Panir is a good friend of mine and during my stint as a reporter with a daily newspaper in Jalan Riong, his stall was my regular haunt.

As for the quality of food here, I find them top-notch.

I would rate his stall an eight out of 10 on the Samo-scale.

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Long-timer in Bangsar: Panir is well-known for his mutton curry and fried fish.

The other recommendation is Pandiyan?s stall (N 03 05.860, E 101 36.713) at Selera Wawasan, Jalan SS3/33, Petaling Jaya.

I found out about this makan place from a friend. I traced the stall and tried out Pandiyan?s offerings.

Highly recommended is the chicken feet curry.

This is my favourite dish and goes very well with a serving of hot
Indian rice.

A meal consisting of meat and vegetables cost about RM7.

Both stalls are open for breakfast and lunch.

Panir?s stall is closed on Sundays but Pandiyan?s stays open throughout the week.

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