6 South Indian Restaurants In Delhi That Goes Beyond Idli Dosa
By Aanchal Mathur
Changing the notions of Delhiites about diverse South Indian cuisine are these restaurants, serving sumptuous delicacies from the different regions of the south.
With countless crispy dosas, uttapams, thalis and a piping hot cup of filter coffee, Juggernaut is one unmissable south Indian place.
Bagundi in Telugu means good or 'accha hai', and the food here will tell you why the name suits well. Choose from Andhra mutton fry, gongura pickle or crab meat masala.
Savya Rasa offers a trip down the south region ranging from Chettinad to Mysore to Mangalore. With a variety of paniyaram, rasam and more, Savya Rasa is a must-try.
Inspired from the Onam Festival's King Mahabali, Mahabelly features delicacies from Kerala's culinary traditions. From Kappa to fish curries, it is a one-stop shop for authentic flavour of Keralite dishes.
Zambar is a definite try for traditional southern veg and non-veg delicacies, including biryani, dhal fry, calamari and more.
Serving the best of the Manglorean food, Sanadige offers delicious delicacies including Koshambari salad, pomfret masala fry, kokum flavoured chicken and Mangalore mutton curry.