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Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Best South Indian Resturants in Delhi

South Indian food is far beyond just Idlis and Dosas. The area, spread crosswise over 5 states is known as 'the place where there is flavor'. One of the main reasons is its extravagant abundance of varied spices and chillies. Obviously, the different cooking methods, unmistakable to each state, make sufficient utilization of it.  A nourishment darling who appreciates the fish rarities of the Malabar district, veggie lover pleasures of Chettinad sustenance, hot curries of Andhra, and seared snacks of Kerala, every one of them touch off an alternate flavor in the mouth. South Indian in Delhi will undoubtedly miss these flavors, and obviously, trading off on credibility isn't a choice.

Carnatic Cafe, New Friends Colony

We all have heard of this place nad its authencity. The dosas here are the best and need no introduction. The spciy tangy flavor in Malleshwaram,peanut chutney with Karnataka Bayadgi chili all over the manina maga fluffy dosa and inconspicuous enhancing of spicy cinnamon garlic chutney and white margarine.The portrayal on the menu truly aroused my interest.

Must try : Malleshwaram 18th Cross, Manina Maga, Bombat, Neer
Address: Ground Floor, The India Mall, Community Center, New Friends Colony, New Delhi
Contact Us: 011 41008630
Cost for two : 550

Naivedyam, Kalkaji

Once you come here, you will feel an ascent in your adoration for Southern India! The feeling is quiet and the staff fast and respectful. The portrayal on the menu truly aroused my interest. Mysore Dosa, Idli Sambhar with the perfect Chutneys, Sambhar Vada steel the show. The epic buttermilk comes in two variations and is absolutely mouth slavoring.

Must try: Mysore Dosa, Idli Sambhar, buttermilk
Address  F-12, Main Road, Kalkaji, New Delhi
Contact us  011 26236364
Cost for two: 500

Swagath, defence colony

Whenber it comes to South Indian places in delhi, we usually think of a little place with lively yet calming feel that positively gives a breakaway from the customary south Indian eateries.
Swagath has broken this misconception by amazing interiors.  There is another one in Malviya nagar. Their kadai chicken is passable. For vegetarians, the north Indian food is also mind boggling,
Its definitely worth a try a visit. You can also book or oragnaise parties and they will give or book one floor for you. It’s a humogous and has 3 floors.

Must try items are Crab Butter Pepper Garlic, Fish Koliwada, Butter Chicken, Dal Garhwali, Prawns
Address: 4, Defence Colony Market, New Delhi, Delhi 11002
Phone: 011 2433 0930
Cost for two:  1000

Thalaivar, Hauz Khas

The fricasseed boneless chicken pieces that were covered with podi masala with half fry egg, soft appam & chicken ham made my day . the thick tomato and coconut based gravy with super quality chicken pieces made the meal memorable.

Must try: Nanu podi chicken, masala ham egg appam, appam with kori ghassi
Address: E-25A, Hauz Khas Rd, Kharera, Hauz Khas, New Delhi, Delhi 110016
Phone:  011 4104 1487
Cost for two: 800

Juggernaut, Kailash Colony

This place serves the best dosa in Kailash colony. Its also serves North Indian cuisine. Its well known for its service and ambience at pocket friendly decent places.

Must Try: Podi ghee Idly,  onion pakora, murukku and paneer dosa
Address: Kailash Colony Market, HS16, New Delhi, Delhi 110048
Phone:  011 4131 9991
Cost for two: 600

Sarvana Bhavan, Connaught Place

Founded way back in 1981,they have almost 100 outlets across the world.
Today, Hotel Saravana Bhavan is one of the leading South Indian restaurant chains in the world. It opens at 8 am

Must try:  Ghee pongal, medu vada and kara dosa
Address: P-13/90, Connaught Circus, New Delhi
Contact us: 1123345577
Cost for two : 500 for two people

Sanadige, Chanakyapuri

Sanadige is a telugu term for brass lamp. Best served boneless juicy chicken cooked in Andhra spices and chilli paste has the touch of light dim lamps in its interiors.
It serves tamrind, coconut, roasted bell pepper, a pickle, mint and tomato dips.
For deserts, try eleneerpyasum made of coconut.

Must try: Denjirasa, meenpacche masala,  maanjitawa fry and kori oruval .
Address: Sanadige, Malcha Marg, Chanakyapuri, Delh
Phone: 011-40507777
Cost for two: 2200

Some other South Indian Joints that are cheap and pocket friendly are Sagar Ratna in Connaught Place, Andhra Bhavan Canteen in Feroz Shah Road, Tamil Nadu Bhavan in Chanakyapuri, Karnataka Food Centre in RK Puram, Guruprasad Udupi in Munirka, Samridhi in Kerala House

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