Mille crepes are made popular by a cafe called Nadeje in Malacca. Since then, mille crepe places have sprouted here and there in and around KL; though they never really took off in popularity that much. The mille crepes here are fresh, creamy and come in various flavours. The vanilla is the best - sweet and simple.
This is cholay bhatura, which is a dish of baked indian bread (something like puri), served with chickpeas cookedwith sauce. The chickpeas are soft and earthy - not spicy at all... maybe a bit peppery. The cholay is thin and flaky. A very nice Punjabi dish.
This is an Indian street food snack called pani puri. It's basically small puffed of Indian bread (puri) that has various raw vegetables and yoghurt, which can be likened to crackers with salsa. It is served with a watery mint sauce and another type of sauce of your to drench the pani puri and pop into your mouth.
This simple little snack is a quintessential Indian snack called pau bhaji. It's basically bun that is served with tomato sauce and onions, but the tomatoes are cooked to fragrants, I think with ghee and onions. It is richly sour, sweet, and thick.