* Vo Co Co
* Deccan sunrise
* Deccan chips
* Bisi-bele poppers
* Arbi podimass
* Paneer dosa tacos
* Elneer Payasam
Your vegetarian foodie started with some fancy cocktails and Deccan Sunrise was amazing and vo Co Co was another amazing cocktail which was served u in traditional filter coffee style and it was made of vodka+cold brew+Irish syrup+coconut syrup and it tastes awesome.
Tam Tam was one fancy looking cocktail for your Insta worthy pics for sure and it tastes good too
Coming to starters they have the most unique ones and have given traditional touch to it. Bisi-bele poppers were stuffed with bisi-bele bath and cheese and it was just awesome. Deccan chips was so crispy and flavorful that we ordered it on loop. Arbi podimass was also good crisp from outside and soft and chewy from inside
Coming to main course, Sambar khichdi was served in old traditional plates and the combination was something new and good to try. But it tastes more of like bisi-bele bath. And there was even podi-idli sambar which was good too but for South Indian palate this dish will not Satisfy as the sambar was thick and lacked the flavours
There's ottu parota too and it's really worth trying here. The best dish in main course was their potli-biryani. And the presentation was on point
served in banana leaf and tied with rope. Which you can Open and the biryani has perfect flavours and cooked well.
Coming to desserts we had baked Elneer Payasam and it was the best one here and it's made of tender coconuts and payasam which is a local dessert made of milk cashew and rice and this was unique and amazing. Gulab-Jamun tiramisu was average as the gulab jamun was hard and didn't go well along with tiramisu.
So this is it. This place has a lot to offer so head here for some amazing food and vibes