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Ananda Bhavan

Restaurants, Indian Rochor
Ananda Bhavan
Photograph: Ahmad Iskandar Photography
Ananda Bhavan
Photo: Ahmad Iskandar Photography
Ananda Bhavan
Photo: Ahmad Iskandar Photography

Time Out says

The history of one of the city’s oldest restaurants stretches back to 1924, when a Brahmin family opened up a joint along Selegie Road serving traditional Indian vegetarian dishes. That original branch is still dishing out all manner of flatbread and curries, but now it has four sister outlets, thanks to the late MK Ramachandra. The second-generation owner – and well-documented cat lover – is responsible for transforming his dad’s restaurant into the chain it is today. 

On the food front, the prata ($4.50/ two) is a safe bet, but our pick goes to the onion rava masala thosai ($5): potato curry wrapped in a crispy shell of the fermented pancake that’s studded with onions. 



Address: 95 Syed Alwi Rd
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
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