WTF Restaurant (it stands for "What Tasty Food"), based in a Bangsar condominium, specializes in a spectrum of spice that surpasses what many Indian eateries offer in KL.
Opened this month by a merry band of Malaysian vegetarians who flew to Mumbai to secure the services of several Indian chefs for the kitchen here, WTF is a spaciously welcoming spot where friends & families can happily hang out in the evening.
Street snacks are WTF's passion: Try the Pav Bhaji (RM9), mashed mixed veggies slathered over a buttered bun for flavorsome fun that encapsulates WTF's ethos _ meatless cuisine can still make for mouthwatering meals.
Bhel puri (RM5) combines the crunchy texture of puffed rice & fried chickpea flour noodles with the tangy taste of tamarind sauce & chutney. More than moreish.
Dahi puri (RM8), another renowned roadside cart chaat. Bread shells brimming with beans & sourish yogurt; we'd happily wolf down these crispy babies all night long.
Masala khichdi (RM9), creamy, porridge-like comfort food of rice & lentils.
WTF's addiction to authenticity extends to the vada pav, a potato fritter sandwiched in a bun that a baker has been hired to specially make to ensure it tastes like it would in India.
Crispy critters: hara bhara kabab (RM2 each), stuffed with spinach, & breadcrumb tikki cutlets crammed with corn & potatoes.