Review: Worlds 50 best Restaurant

Polished marble floors and black-and-white photographs are sleek accessories for this modern Indian fine-diner. Nadodi (meaning ‘nomad’) is a homage to the journey made by Kerala’s nomadic tribes over the land bridge that once existed to Sri Lanka and a study in general about how food, like people, defies borders.

Review: Spirited Singapore

Fine-dining Indian restaurant Nadodi shines the spotlight on the many-layered cuisines of South India, and presents them with contemporary panache.

One of the most difficult things about elevating any cuisine into the realms of fine dining is the scepticism, disdain and sometimes affront that it triggers; this comes more often than not from those who grew up on it. This is especially so for those of more humble, or “ethnic”, origins; just ask Sricharan Venkatesh, Chef de Cuisine at Kuala Lumpur’s progressive fine-dining restaurant Nadodi.

Review: Robb Report Malaysia

There are certain dishes you never forget, even as a food writer who’s greedily ploughed through many a degustation menu, and Nadodi’s rasam (which the restaurant terms their ‘Humble Broth’) is one of them. I first tasted it two years ago when Nadodi was still very much in its infancy, and it knocked my socks off – this punchy, unapologetically spicy tomato consommé that could shake the life back into someone at death’s door.

Review: CNN International

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (CNN) — Once you let the meaning of the word simmer in your mind for a while, you’ll realize Indian restaurant Nadodi could have no better name.

A word that translates to “nomad” in a couple of South Indian languages, it harks to the journey the people of that region took to faraway lands, such as Malaysia, where this eatery is located.

Review: High net worth Singapore

“They had taken my Dosa and made it Thosai. Paratha became Roti Canai, and Meen Thala became Fish Head Curry,” spewed Brand Director Kartik Kumar as he described his culinary revelations upon first moving to Kuala Lumpur. I detected a faint disdain in his voice—my mind painting images of stupefied and befuddled looks among the chaos of a local mamak store in the glory of its suppertime rush.
Continue reading “Review: High net worth Singapore”

Review: Wine & Dine

Nomadic South Indian cuisine takes the limelight at this 68-seater, whose name translates into ‘wanderer’ in Malayalam and Tamil. From its home base in the shadow of Kuala Lumpur’s twin Petronas Towers, the restaurant invites diners to embark on an exploratory journey, by way of a 15-course gastronomic meander through Tamil Nadu, Sri Lanka and Kerala, with beautifully hand-drawn menus as handy roadmaps for the expedition ahead.
Continue reading “Review: Wine & Dine”

Review: Augustman Singapore

If you find yourself in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and in the mood for a unique dining experience, we cannot recommend Nadodi enough. Located in the heart of the city, right across from the iconic Petronas Twin Tower, this restaurant offers you an opportunity to taste dishes from various regions of the Indian subcontinent, including Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and Sri Lanka.

Review: Michelin Guide Singapore

Located at a stone’s throw from the iconic Petronas Twin Towers in the Kuala Lumpur City Centre, Nadodi, means nomad or wanderer in Tamil and Malayalam, which are widely spoken across the Southern part of the Indian subcontinent that includes regions such as Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Sri Lanka.