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What Tasty Food Vegetarian Cuisine @ Bangsar Park, Kuala Lumpur
08 May

What Tasty Food Vegetarian Cuisine @ Bangsar Park, Kuala Lumpur

What Tasty Food (WTF)

98, Lorong Maarof, Bangsar Park
59000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel : 6019-261 7070
FB : WTF – What Tasty Food

Business Hours :
Mon – Thurs 11:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. ; Fri – Sun 11:30 a.m. – 11 p.m.


Thanks to the wonderful invitation, I recently had the pleasure to sample some nice Northern Indian Vegetarian Signatures at WTF, a homey restaurant which is located at Lorong Maarof, Bangsar Park. I admit, the name is quite catchy to me as well. What Tasty Food, or WTF started their business in October 2013 by 3 partners who have all been vegetarians from birth and wanted to make a huge difference in educating people that vegetarian food is not only about leafs.

what tasty food indian vegetarian bangsar lettuce roll

WTF’s main objectives are to serve MSG free food, no artificial coloring and flavoring, no mock meat, and lastly keeping oil levels low. Detailed thoughts are put into every dish served here; creating a harmonious balance between taste, freshness and presentation perfection, like this Lettuce Roll (RM15), a super healthy, tangy and lightly spiced tofu salad wrapped in lettuce leaves for a crunchy texture.

what tasty food indian vegetarian bangsar bites platter

For a non vegetarian like me, this WTF Bites Platter (RM35) is just nice as a tantalizing introduction. Featuring a variety of starters like Kachori, Hara Bhara Kebab, Paneer Pakora and Samosas, this platter is good enough to share among 3-4 diners.

what tasty food indian vegetarian bangsar kachori

There’s a lot versions of Kachori (RM8), it can be varied from savoury to sweet depending on the chef’s recipe. Deep fried freshly made pastry till golden brown crunchy, I like the spiced lentils stuffing, very aroma and pleasant to eat without much greasiness.

what tasty food indian vegetarian bangsar burger

WTF has an impressive menu featuring 45 different cuisines from Italian to Indian with over 100 dishes. The owners work together with their innovative chefs from India want to prove to people that they can make anything delightfully without meat, like this Tex Mex Burger (RM18) that has a yummy protein packed bean patty.

what tasty food indian vegetarian bangsar paalak paneer

Paalak Paneer (RM20), a classic vegetarian dish with cottage cheese cubes cooked in a creamy rich spinach gravy.

what tasty food indian vegetarian bangsar mixed vegetable paratha

For those with a penchant for Indian bread, you will be delighted to see a list of selection in their menu, including Chapati, Poori, Tandoori Roti, Paratha, Naan, Kulcha, Bathura, Methi Thepla, Bajra Rotla, Bakhri, and many more. Besides timeless classic choices, chef also put in his creative to create something interesting like this Mixed Vegetable Paratha (RM9) that caught my attention with its colourful presentation.

what tasty food indian vegetarian bangsar poori

A popular Indian fried bread, I like how soft and light the texture of this Poori (RM6 for set of two). Best eaten together with the warm side dish, one is definitely not enough for me.

what tasty food indian vegetarian bangsar nasi lemak sizzler

Be it for breakfast, lunch or dinner, I just won’t feel jelak with Nasi Lemak. What I’m having here is their Nasi Lemak Sizzler (RM25), the malaysian favourite served with a twist – coconut flavoured rice, mixed vegetables, tofu, cucumber, peanuts, and a very rich chilli gravy.

“All ingredients used in WTF are of a certain quality range. We do not use cheap oil or rejected vegetables, and most spices used in our cuisine are specially imported,” explained chef.

what tasty food indian vegetarian bangsar brownie

Eggless sizzling Brownie topped with ice cream to satisfy the dessert cravings for vegetarians with a sweet tooth. Freshly baked buns and eggless birthday cakes as well as desserts are available to place orders in advance at WTF.


More photos at FOOD Malaysia facebook page, a Malaysian food blogger since 2010

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    May 11, 2017 at 12:33 pm

    Well done. We are so proud of the people behind the restaurant!

    Kelly lee

    May 10, 2017 at 12:33 pm

    Seriously i am going to put this in my food list, i love vegetarian, thank you so much for sharing

    Sharon Lee

    May 10, 2017 at 12:33 pm

    The title of WTF has really caught my attention! I’m surprised that their serving are actually looking really nice too.

    Li Chuen

    May 10, 2017 at 12:33 pm

    Wow..food looks good! Should try out this place one day if I am craving for vegetarian food 🙂


    May 10, 2017 at 12:33 pm

    It looks so temptation. And i do like the cafe name! haha


    May 10, 2017 at 12:33 pm

    Love the name! ;p And I’m pretty sure, people loved the food more! and also the idea that they serve MSG free food. 🙂


    blair villanueva

    May 10, 2017 at 12:33 pm

    Its lunch time here and reading your post makes me so hungry. WTF’s name is so unique too 🙂

    Bella Leong

    May 10, 2017 at 12:33 pm

    Been there for a few times, really love their food and service!


    May 10, 2017 at 12:33 pm

    What a name for a restaurant. I bet everyone would not have a problem remembering it!!

    Leo T. Ly @ isaved5k.com

    May 9, 2017 at 12:33 pm

    Very original name for a restaurant. I classify myself as a carnivore, but from time to time, I get a bit tire after consuming so much meat. I would love to try WTF. It’s a bonus that they don’t use MSG.


    May 9, 2017 at 12:33 pm

    woww.. all food look delicious.. should go to try this

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