The fact that Sri Ananda Bahwan has spread across the peninsula like a wildfire over the last two decades or so, now boasting outlets all the way from Butterworth (where it originated from) to KL to Kedah to Penang, is a testament to its strength as an Indian restaurant. It lies somewhere in between the proper Indian restaurants and the roadside mamaks; it’s unpretentious and relatively economical and at the same time, it offers the comfort of dining in an air-conditioned environment. Its must-tries include its naans with its butter chicken masala, its kothu parota (one amongst many obscure-sounding names) and its chicken Hyberabad.
|Venue name:||Sri Ananda Bahwan Restaurant Tanjung Bungah||Contact:|
14, Jalan Tanjung Bungah
|Opening hours:||Daily, 7am-11pm|