This mom-and-pop restaurant serving North and South Indian vegetarian food in the affluent residential neighbourhood of Bangsar is a great spot for breakfast, lunch or dinner, even if you’re not vegetarian. Its bright, lively atmosphere gives it the vibe of a bistro, and its menu offers up rice, curries, lassis and a dizzying variety of breads – paratha, chapati, thosai, puri, naan, you name it. The Ganga doesn’t use artificial colouring, MSG or eggs in its cooking, and everything feels fresh, clean and healthy, even when you end up overindulging. There isn’t a vegan or gluten-free menu, but the kitchen can accommodate special requests.
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