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After having satisfied my cravings for Northern Indian food at the economical Spice Garden at Bangsar a couple months ago, I went to Sagar, an outfit serving similar type of food but of a lot higher class with excellent ambiance and exquisite menu at One Bangsar.

Sagar Restaurant at Bangsar One
this is a high class outfit worthy of bringing your in laws

Having arrived there on time (meaning too early for the Malaysian standard,) two of us ordered a plate of pakora and a couple of glasses of lassi to start off. Pakora is something like a North Indian version of tempura, except you dip it in several types of fantastic tasting sauce rather than the plain tempura sauce.

Sagar Restaurant at Bangsar One
baingan bharta, fish tikka, palek paneer

When the other two jokers finally arrived, we ordered a fish tikka, palak paneer, masala chicken, and black dhal to go with nasi briyani and some naan.

The food was very good, scoring well in all the three categories of presentation, smell, and taste (色,香,味). The baingan bharta, my favorite dish of mashed baked eggplant, did not disappoint either. The spiciness of the food were just right, and there’s always the sauces you can apply to fine tune the taste. It was a very good meal.

Sagar Restaurant at Bangsar One
Sagar is situated at One Bangsar

As expected of a place of this standard, the price came to be about RM 40 for each person. Still a pretty decent value for what we ordered. A fine place worthy of revisits.

One Bangsar, Jalan Ara,
Bangsar Baru, 59100 Kuala Lumpur

GPS: 3.130853, 101.666644
Tel: 03-2284 2532

Discuss : KY eats – Sagar at Bangsar One

  1. slightly cheaper than passage to india. sagar had opened a branch at istana hotel right where musictheque used to be

  2. i love palak paneer….. it was called de sagar last time…

  3. i prefer their old place in old bangsar. then they shifted to telawi which was a bit of a disaster. now the new location not bad.

  4. KY, where are you?

  5. Lh,

    I’m still here, i’m still here.

  6. Lh thought KY went off to India?

  7. Derek @ Cardiff

    I think the gold standard for northern indian food is ‘Bombay Palace’ along Jalan Tun Razak. The tandoori chicken is about the best around. Actually brought my mum and in-laws there a couple of times!

  8. try Saffron in Sri Hartamas…the quieter side of hartamas, petronas area…. its reasonable and good…

  9. Yea.. actually Irene reminded of the place.
    Jom KY… you should try Saffron sometime soon.

  10. There’s a nice one in Section 14 called Pakeeza.

  11. v0ices,

    lets do that sometimes.

  12. wah…so many indian resturant to try???

  13. damn nice, feels like eating indian ….but i am still a fan of BANANA LEAF …..damn those fried fish roe 😛

  14. the food at sagar is good. price reasonable too!

  15. Staff not clean…..Indian staff don’t use soap I was told

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