I know I have been tempting all of you with lots of fried snacks that are so sinful but I thought I should not miss out those yummy Indian snacks. These are served during teatime and in my opinion, one of the best in town as they're always freshly fried. I'm not sure if many of you know that besides serving one of the yummiest roti canai (very crispy please!) and banana leaf rice, Raju's also serves very yummy teatime snacks from 3 to 6 pm daily. This was actually introduced to me vide my brother in law who is the ultimate fan of Raju's. There is quite a large variety but the more traditional Indian snacks are the Ulundu Vadai or what the fellas at Raju's call, the Lubang Vadai. Bite into one with a crispy exterior to find a soft centre and lots of chopped chillies for extra kick.
This is another variety of Vadai called Masala Vadai which is made from dhall or chickpeas. It's very crunchy and for some stalls if it's not done right, it can be hard to eat. Besides these snacks, do try their fried bananas as it's as good or even better than the ones served in the Chinese stalls. Here they use ripe bananas and the batter is light and crispy. Wash all this down with a hot glass of teh tarik (preferably kurang manis) and your tummy will be in heaven.
I do find the prices of their snacks to be slightly on the higher side at RM0.60 versus other Indian snack stalls but they make it up for it as it's much nicer. They also serve curry puffs and other fried items. And if you're a Petaling Jaya resident, it's also nice to sit outside near the La Salle school field which brings back lots of memories for Splashie Boy and I.
27, Jalan Cantek 5/13
Off Jalan Gasing
Off Jalan Gasing