You Need To Check These Places Out for A Grand South Indian Breakfast In Delhi NCR

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I don’t like buttery dosas and fluffy steamed idlis –  said no one ever. No matter where you belong from, a hearty South Indian Breakfast can uplift your spirits in a jiffy.

1. Saravana Bhavan, Janpath

Yes, it’s true. There is a perpetual waiting line outside Saravana Bhavan. But, trust us, the wait is worth it.  We are talking about Ghee Paper Roast Masala Dosa, Dry Fruits Rava Dosa, Onion Uthappams, Mini Idly Sambar with Ghee, Basundi and Filter ‘Kappi’. Your journey of sensational South Indian Breakfast starts here. This legendary restaurant serves authentic flavours of Tamil Nadu lovingly to us, Delhi-ites.

Masala Dosa at Saravana Bhavan

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Address: 50, Janpath, New Delhi

Meal for 2: Rs. 500 for two people (approx.)
Timings: 8 AM to 10:45 PM

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2. Coast Café, Hauz Khas Village

Unlike any typical South Indian canteen, Coast Café is an uber-chic restaurant that serves delectable South Indian cuisine in a whole new way. This hip café sits comfortably on top of Ogaan store. People who shop at Ogaan often take a refreshing break by visiting this café upstairs. Now, if you are a fan of Malayali food, you will love this place. They serve yummy Kerala Fish Fry, Malabari Cokum Curry, Avial, Beans Thoran and scrumptious Appam with Chicken Stew. This place is perfect for a late breakfast on a Sunday morning!

Kerala Fish Fry at Coast Café

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Address: H-2, 2nd & 3rd Floor, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi

Meal for 2: Rs. 1,400 (approx.)
Timings: 12 Noon to 1 AM

3. Zambar, DLF Phase 3

This is one of the most popular South Indian restaurants in Gurgaon. This place not only serves amazing food from down South but has a décor that is a visual treat in itself. Think of dining inside a grand wooden boat – yup, you got the hint! Talking about food, you must try the Onion Dal Vada, Pineapple Rasam with Appalam, Crispy Gunpowder Prawns, Muttai Kalakki (street style omelette), Mutton Dosa, Egg Masala Uthappam and Mysore Masala Dosa.

Uthappam in Zambar

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Address: 3rd Floor, Food Court, Ambience Mall, DLF Phase 3, Gurgaon
Meal for 2: Rs. 1,800 (approx.)
Timings: 12 Noon to 11:30 PM

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4. Madhuban, DLF Phase 4

This cute little eatery tucked in one of Gurgaon’s poshest area serves authentic Sattvic food. This essentially means Madhuban serves yummy South Indian Breakfast minus the onions and garlic! Nonetheless, the food is super tasty and pocket-friendly. Try their Pesarattu Dosa, which is Andhra Dosa made of whole green grams and served with traditional Andhra Ginger Chutney. Also, their Podi Uthappam and Broken Wheat Upma is delightful.

Upma at Madhuban

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Address: 216 & 223, 2nd Floor, Cross Point Mall, DLF Phase 4, Gurgaon
Meal for 2: Rs. 600 (approx.)
Timings: 8 AM to 11 PM

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5. Karnataka Food Centre, RK Puram

Once again, this restaurant always has a long line of hungry customers waiting to get inside. What’s their greatest highlight? – The Mangalorean Sambar! However, beyond the Sambar there are many other appetising dishes available on the menu. We love their Tiffin Thali that comprises of an assorted selection of snacks, Rava Paneer Dosa, Dahi Vada, hot Badam Milk and Masala Uthappam.

Dahi Vada at Karnataka Food Centre

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Address: Ground Floor, Delhi Karnataka Sangh Building, R K Puram, New Delhi

Meal for 2: Rs. 400 (approx.)
Timings: 8 AM to 11 PM

 

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Priyanka Chakrabarti
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