Being from India thosai (dosa) is something which no Indian can say no to it. It can be a perfect sinful breakfast or a light dinner option for anybody from kids to adult. It’s also called dosa in India and popular as thosai in Malaysia. Its basically a rice pancake with different kinds of stuffing inside it, originating from South India, made from a fermented rice batter.
One of my favorite places for thosai in Kuala Lumpur is the THOSAI CAFÉ at Mutiara Damansara. This café offers around 70 different kinds of thosai, which makes it near to impossible to try all kinds of thosai in one day, but you can pay multiple visits to try their different kinds of thosai.
Schezwan chopseuy masala
The service is quite fast if there is less crowd but expect a little wait if there is a decent amount of crowd waiting before you. But still I would say that the guy preparing thosai is quite fast in his job.
I have tried some of it in two to three visits and among all my personal favorite is the paneer masala thosai (Rm.10) which has a homemade cottage cheese with potato masala and freshly chopped veggies filled in it. Along with thosai they also offer different kind of vegetarian grill sandwich, uthappam, rolls and fried rice too.
K-G19-W, The Curve Mall, Mutiara Damansara, Petaling Jaya, 47800 Selangor.
Open Mon-Sun, 11am- 9.30pm.