Started in 1998 this restaurant serves South Indian cuisine on freshly cut banana leaves. Eating with one's fingers is the common practice here but fork and spoon are available upon request. Dining takes place on two levels, the difference being the air conditioning available upstairs. Choose from curries of the usual chicken, fish or mutton plus an assortment of vegetables and the ubiquitous snacky papadam (crackers). The test of a South Indian restaurant is the standard of its dosa and here there are seven types on offer, along with chapati, puree, vadai and upuma.
- Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 07:00 AM to 09:00 PM