Since dining out has become an issue, stay safe and indoors with these Deepavali delivery services around KL and PJ.

The festival of lights is soon upon us, but alas, we’re still stuck in the confines of the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO). What is usually a celebration of festivities that brings together families and friends is now a physically distanced one due to travel restrictions between states.

Of course, if you have relatives that live within the same district, having small gatherings is still fine. And now comes the question of what to have when it comes to celebrating Diwali. Seeing as dining out is limited to just two to four people a table, it makes having a family gathering nearly impossible.

One way to counteract this is by having your Deepavali meal delivered straight to your door. We’ve got a list of restaurants for you that are having its very own special delivery menus just for Deepavali. You’ll also probably be familiar with names like Passage Thru India, Frangipaani, Gajaa at 8, and Goa by Sapna Anand to name a few.

Be sure to scroll down to check out the full list of restaurants offering its own Deepavali delivery services around KL and PJ.

Passage Thru' India

Passage Thru’ India is an institution on the streets of KL, bringing quality Indian cuisine to the table week in and week out since the early 90s. Chances are, your parents will probably be familiar with Passage Thru’ India and what better way to celebrate Diwali than having it delivered straight to you? Its Deepavali menu is available only from the 14th to the 30th of November with a minimum order of 10 pax at RM35 nett. This is available for both dine-in and delivery, the latter of which must be pre-ordered a day before. Tuck into some popular favourites like its firewood chicken dhum tandoori, mutton perattal, and paneer makhini to name a few. Be sure to call the number provided if you’re looking to have it delivered or to make a reservation.

(Image credit: Instagram/@passagethruindia3)

De.Wan 1958 by Chef Wan

When it comes to showcasing Malaysian cuisine in a modern-day setting, it can be no other than De.Wan 1958 by Chef Wan. A creation from Malaysia’s very own celebrity chef Datuk. Dr. Chef Wan, the restaurant showcases the best of what Malaysian food has to offer. And true to its form, you can expect some Deepavali delicacies as well. Take your pick between two gift boxes — the Diwali Gift Box for RM89 or the Diwali Tiffin for RM109. These decorative boxes hold some of the all-time favourites when it comes to Diwali snacks like muruku, urundai, and assorted Indian candies to name a few. Be sure to click on the button provided to place an order, or you can call them.

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Goa by Sapna Anand

Goan cuisine is still relatively new in these parts but that doesn’t mean it still cannot thrive, especially under the stewardship of celebrity chef, Sapna Anand. Goa by Sapna Anand is her way of bringing the cuisine of her homeland to the limelight and she does so spectacularly well if you’ve read our review. But don’t take our word for it; check our its latest specially curated Deepavali specials. Known as Thali sets, you can take your pick between the Chicken Bhuna, the Paneer Peas Makhani set, or the Mutton Rogan Josh. You can also wash your meal down with a Spiked Mango Lassi, which contains alcohol. Be sure to call the number provided to place your order.

(Image credit: Instagram/@goabysapna)

The Lankan Crabs

If you’ve got a hankering for seafood this Diwali, be sure to check out The Lankan Crabs as it’s having five different promotions, only from the 15th to the 22nd of November. Take your pick between the popular Negombo and Jaffna crabs or even the garlic butter, all of which are favourites amongst the many regulars they have. Each set also comes with side dishes, which includes briyani, mutton bone marrow varuval, cucumber raita, and more. Be sure to call the number provided and place your order before it’s too late.

(Image credit: Facebook/@thelankancrabs)


One of the latest names on the block is Frangipaani, which has been in operations for about a year now. Its colonial British take on Indian cuisine is definitely different and worth checking out for sure. It has even got its own Diwali takeaway menu as well as delivery within 15km. There are only two options: a vegetarian or non-vegetarian feast. For the former, you can expect pani puri, samosa ragda chaat, dal makhani, paneer tikka biryani, and more. For the latter, you will receive murgh lasooni kabab, maharaja lamb seekh kabab, mutton dalcha, and charcoal baingan bharta to name a few. Call the number provided to order or you can slide into their DMs for more info.

(Image credit: Instagram/@frangipaani.kl)

Wi-Liam Teh
Senior Writer
Wi-Liam is a geek at heart with a penchant for tattoos. Never without a drink in hand (preferably whisky, gin, or Guinness), he is also a writer by day and a keyboard warrior by night. On his day off, he masquerades as a streetwear and sneakerhead enthusiast while his bank account says otherwise.