AddressLot 183, 1st Floor,
Off Jalan Yap Kwan Seng
50450 Kuala Lumpur
Opening hourMonday - Saturday: 6:00PM - 6:30PM (1st Service), 7:30PM - 8:00PM (2nd Service), 8:30PM - 9:30PM (3rd Service)
Closed on Sunday
Contact number+603 2181 4334, +6017 367 0200
Price / Fee[3 years ago]
10 mile journey (RM320) ‧ Yazh (RM 60)
Signature DishesMonsoon Ritual ‧ Kandy Tea Story ‧ Silence of Our Lamb ‧ Fishing the Backwaters ‧ Mind of Coconut ‧ Out of the Shell ‧ Red Kari ‧ Tales of Musa ‧ Nadodi Globe ‧ Lactose Free ‧ Malayali Trade ‧ Mind of a Coconut ‧ Puliogare
Dishes[1 year ago]
Ais Ice ‧ Aiyoo ‧ Alaskan King Crab and Hokkaido Scallop ‧ AmbulKampung Rasam ‧ And So It Begins ‧ Bakery Memories ‧ Beetroot Burger ‧ Beneath The Cloud ‧ Betels ‧ Bhumi ‧ Bite ‧ Break Time ‧ Breakfast Like a King ‧ Burma Bazaar ‧ Butterflies in My Tummy ‧ Chicken Kola Urundai and Mango, Curry Leaf & Anchovies Paniyarum ‧ Cocktail in an Eggshell ‧ Duo ‧ Edible Bloody Mary ‧ Fennel Affair ‧ Hot and Cold ‧ Humble Bisque ‧ Humble Broth ‧ I Am So Prawny ‧ It’s Chilly ‧ It’s Fall ‧ Klinik Nadodi ‧ Lamb Serfoji ‧ Lobster Ribbon ‧ Mango Margarita ‧ Marina ‧ Message in a Bottle ‧ Mind of Coconut ‧ Mushroom Tart ‧ Nadodi Globe ‧ Nomads Global ‧ Nomads Globe ‧ Out Of The Shell ‧ Palkova ‧ Pebble ‧ Petit Fours ‧ Pickled Chops ‧ Pina Colada ‧ Puff ‧ Puliogare ‧ Rassam Cocktail ‧ Rava ‧ Red Curry ‧ Red Kari ‧ Rhizome ‧ Shell ‧ Shoots and Roots ‧ Silence of Our Lamb ‧ Spheroid Margarita ‧ Starters ‧ Surprising Duo ‧ Tales of Musa ‧ The Cloud ‧ The Cracker ‧ The Porridge ‧ UmamiVodka in Woods ‧ Underground
[3 years ago]
Chettinad Scallops ‧ Destroyed Staple ‧ Egg Kalaki ‧ Fishing the Backwaters ‧ Kalakki ‧ Kandy Tea Story ‧ Lactose Free ‧ Lobster Truffle Sodhi ‧ Madras Centre ‧ Magalchi ‧ Magellan 2000 ‧ Malayali Trade ‧ Mind of Coconut ‧ Monsoon Ritual ‧ Nomad's Globe ‧ Out of the Shell ‧ Pagos White ‧ PengWine Sparkling ‧ Pol Roger Champagne ‧ Pouilly Fuse ‧ Red Kari ‧ Silence of Our Lamb ‧ Smoking Seeds ‧ Tales of Musa
Our cuisine at Nadodi is analogous to the ever evolving food of the nomadic cultures. Without forgetting their roots, we are enticing the time-worn flavours with new age cooking methods. This way, the enchantment and lustre of nomadic cuisine will never fade, but will instead pave the way to a sensory ever-engaging experience for you.
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Food Review: Nadodi at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | Progressive South Indian Cuisine Worth Flying Down ForAt MYR490++ for the most expensive 11-course dinner, prices are on a par even with some of the fine dining restaurants in Singapore.
Nadodi - Home | FacebookNadodi, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 4.9K likes. Engaging Nomadic Cuisine
Nadodi Bar and Restaurant - Kampung Datuk Keramat - Kuala Lumpur, KLSee 69 photos and 1 tip from 50 visitors to Nadodi Bar and Restaurant. "11 mile course, 350 per pax. A very different / unique way of tasting Indian food ❤"
Nadodi KL, Kuala Lumpur - Restaurant Reviews, Phone Number & Photos - TripAdvisorNadodi KL, Kuala Lumpur: See 38 unbiased reviews of Nadodi KL, rated 5 of 5 on TripAdvisor and ranked #74 of 4,334 restaurants in Kuala Lumpur.
Nadodi Restaurant KL: Chef Sricharan’s Memory MenuReasons to visit Nadodi Restaurant Kuala Lumpur: Haute cuisine wrapped in paper and ribbons of Southern India and Sri Lanka, and labelled “Engaging Nomadic Cuisine.” Chef Sricharan’s new menu is more of a journey than the name suggests: This time we get heart and soul as well.
Nadodi Kuala Lumpur, Fine Dining Restaurant KLReasons to visit Nadodi Kuala Lumpur: The culinary wanderings of top-quality subcontinental food prepared with passion and originality.
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Nadodi – Engaging Nomadic Cuisine and PengWine DinnerReasons to visit: innovative fine dining – excellent food with too many highlights to mention individually. Attentive service and a wonderful setting.
NadodiLikes: Probably the only Indian cuisine served in a fancy way in Klang Valley - something different from your mamak stall. Every dish comes with a story, and it makes the culinary journey much more interesting :)
Dislikes: Consider serving the dishes slower - gives us more time to relax and chill. First three dishes is probably better off serving as solo... Cocktails are ridiculously priced with subpar standards, what's the point of having a pretty item but merely any alcohol in it. Parking is a hazard too - only 4-5 spots and for RM20 it's really much better off requesting Uber/Grab.
Nadodi, Engaging Nomadic Cuisine, Fine Dining Molecular Indian, Kuala LumpurReasons to visit: A menu and experience truly unique for Malaysia, if not all of Asia. A must-try encounter for serious foodies.