Khan’s Indian Restaurant is a must-visit for anyone who loves Indian cuisine, and I just absolutely love Indian food!
Khan’s Indian Restaurant
Khan’s Indian Restaurant is located in The Sphere, Bangsar South. For those of you who have never been to The Sphere before, it is a popular dining destination located in Bangsar South. This modern development is designed with a unique spherical structure, which houses a variety of retail stores, restaurants, cafes, and entertainment venues. One of the many restaurants here is Khan’s Indian Restaurant!
Khan’s Indian Restaurant’s decor is tastefully done with a modern Indian theme, providing a comfortable and relaxing dining experience. The restaurant is spacious enough to cater for large groups and is perfect for hosting events like corporate functions, and other special occasions. The staff are also attentive and friendly, providing excellent service and making sure that customers have an enjoyable dining experience.
Khan’s Indian Restaurant’s menu features a variety of traditional Indian dishes, including biryanis, tandoori, curries, and vegetarian options. The food is prepared with fresh ingredients and in my opinion, cooked to perfection, resulting in flavoursome and aromatic dishes that are sure to satisfy your taste buds.
Butter Chicken – RM27.90
Their butter chicken dish consists of chunks of grilled chicken tikka in a smooth, buttery and mildly sweet cream-based tomato gravy. One of India’s best-loved dishes, and an in-house favourite.
If you take a peek at other tables, you will find this dish on most of them.
Lamb Shank Briyani – RM41.90
One of the standout dishes at Khan’s Indian Restaurant is the Lamb Shank Briyani. A flavourful and aromatic dum biryani using whole spices, herbs, nuts, raisins and saffron. The meat is slow cooked with the rice in a sealed pot to allow the steaming meat to tenderise in its own juices while flavouring the rice.
The serving is pleasing to the eye, just like the flavours of this dish. I’ll definitely go back for this.
Tandoori Kebab Platter (Small) – RM37.90
The Tandoori Kebab Platter is an assortment of chicken tikka, chicken malai tikka, fish tikka, tandoori king prawn, and lamb seekh kebabs.
After the other two orders above, it’s hard to see this one coming close to both, even though they were cooked to near perfection.
Naans – Butter & Garlic – RM6.50 each
Naan is a traditional Indian flatbread that is commonly served as a side dish or used to scoop up other dishes. Khan’s Indian Restaurant serves 4 different kinds of naan – plain, butter, garlic and cheese.
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Naan is typically made from a combination of wheat flour, yeast, water, and sometimes milk or yogurt, which is kneaded into a dough and then baked in a hot tandoor oven. The result is a soft and fluffy bread with a slightly crispy exterior and a slightly chewy texture.
I tried both their butter and garlic naan.
The only difference between the two naan were the flavour. The garlic naan had a really strong garlic smell, which I really liked. The butter one was pretty good as well.
Naan is often eaten with Indian curries or other dishes. Khan’s Indian Restaurant provides three different kind of sauces to go with their naan.
The naans were nice enough, but I think GEMS, another Indian restaurant tops in this section.
Drinks – Mango Lassi (RM14), Khan’s Masala Tea (RM8), Falooda (RM15.90)
Khan’s Masala Tea is a special blend of green cardamom, crushed black pepper, ginger, and fresh milk. Masala tea is known for its rich and spicy flavour, and is often enjoyed as a warming and comforting beverage, especially during cold weather.
What caught my eye was Khan’s Falooda. Indulge in this wholesome, flavourful chilled street food served with alternating layers of basil seeds, Falooda noodles, rose syrup, and vanilla ice cream. The taste was just as colourful as the drink.
Overall, Khan’s Indian Restaurant is a great place to enjoy authentic Indian cuisine in a cozy and welcoming setting. From the aromatic biryanis to the flavourful curries, each dish is packed with bold flavours and spices that will leave you wanting more.
It’s no wonder that the restaurant has gained a loyal following of customers over the years.
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75%: Price (value for money)
82%: Overall Rating
Open daily from 12:00 PM to 10:00 PM