When you want a healthier option other than rice to go with your Indian food, you can count on these chapati places in KL.
More often than not, chapati isn’t the first option that comes to mind when thinking of carby Indian food. Instead, others like banana leaf rice, biryani, naan, and even roti canai are winners. Little did you know that this Indian flat bread is actually the healthiest option you can get.
We round up some of the best places in town to have chapati alongside some delicious Indian food. These places are so good that they even have their own fan base.
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With several outlets across the Klang Valley, Big Singh Chapati is a reliable place to go to for excellent chapati. Be sure to have it with the restaurant’s signature curries and tandoori chicken too. Patrons of Big Singh Chapati have also raved about its fluffy roti canai and naans, if you’re feeling for those instead.
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Sentral Chappati House is a small place tucked in Little India, Brickfields. Just a look at the humble shop and you can see that it’s been around for a while. You’ll find many locals and Brickfields denizens (as well as the office workers from nearby KL Sentral) having a meal there – a testament to how good it is. Workers dole out piece after piece of flatbread for customers – everything here is self-service, so get your chapati and choose your curries and side dishes. The restaurant also has Punjabi sweets if you’re keen to try some.
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For a delicious meal that’s also easy on the wallet, you’ll want to check out Santa Chapati along Jalan Tun HS Lee. This restaurant has been around for more than two decades now, and all who go there speak highly of its freshly made chapati.
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Fair warning: it’s going to be difficult to get to this part of Pudu especially during peak hour. Otherwise, Capati Tiger Jit Singh is a must-visit for its hot, freshly-made chapati. Be sure to try out the many sides the restaurant has – word has it that the stuffed bitter gourd is a bestseller.
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The original outlet is situated along Jalan Ipoh, but after a decade of being in business, the guys behind Tasty Chapati has expanded beyond and towards Petaling Jaya and Bukit Damansara. This North Indian restaurant makes everything from scratch including the yogurt, paneer, and chapati, keeping to a high standard of food quality. Most of the chefs hail from the Indian culinary capital of Dehradun, so you can be sure that that everything you have here is going to be top-notch.
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