Time Out Malaysia Kids - - Eating Out -

While it may sound rather in­ap­pro­pri­ate, let alone for kids, the let­ters ac­tu­ally stand for What Tasty Food. Serv­ing mostly In­dian fare, this vege­tar­ian restau­rant in Bangsar is a great place to in­tro­duce kids to In­dian food with non-spicy op­tions – think poori bhaji (home­made flat round bread with pota­toes), fried rice, mini piz­zas, burg­ers as well as mac and cheese. What’s great about the food here is that it uses no MSG and the por­tion is just enough to sa­ti­ate a small tummy. If your kiddo can stand a bit of heat, con­sider or­der­ing the nasi lemak wrap – rice, tofu, cu­cum­ber strips, peanuts and sam­bal in a whole­meal wrap. If all else fails and you still have no clue what to or­der, there’s even a ‘ What­ever’ op­tion on the menu where you prac­ti­cally let them de­cide for you.

98 Lorong Maarof, Bangsar (0192617070/wt­frestau­ Mon-Thu, 11.30am-10pm; Fri-Sun, 11.30am-11pm.

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