If you’re unfamiliar with naan, it is basically just an Indian style flat bread. Okay, maybe it’s not “just” flat bread. This stuff is AMAZING. It is soft, pillowy, full of lovely bubbles and so extremely versatile. You can eat this along side of a meal to sop up gravies and juices, you can make flat bread sandwiches with it, top it with tomato sauce and cheese for a quick personal pizza, use it in place of tortillas for quesadillas… the possibilities are endless!! Therefore, let's discover the best Naan's you could ever find in Kuala Lumpur.
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If you are craving for Naan, make sure you check this place out! One of the must-try naan is the Kashmiri Naan, which taste a little bit sweet and nutty, as it is topped with some almond. You will find some raisins in the Naan too and that's what make the naan taste sweet. The other Naan you should try is the Garlic Butter Naan. As the name has it, the taste of garlic is strong. This dish is best paired with Chicken Tikka Masala.More info
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This restaurant has been getting a lot of attention from the locals for its quality and delectable cuisine. The focus at WTF revolves around freshness, taste, feel, texture and process. There is so much to savour here right from lovely Chapati to Paratha and variety of Naans also preservative free breads and buns. The Naan’s are made thin, crispy on the side and it is soft in your mouth. It is fantastic to go with gravy or chutney to enhance its flavour. In every bite you will get an aromatic scent from the dish itself without being too overpowering which makes it great to complement with curries, masalas and certainly delicious on its own.More info
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