Got a chance to crack conversation with chef Jinnendraa Gowda who has put forth lot of efforts in designing the menu and curating wonderful dishes out there!
What I recommend-
Some dishes were out of the lot and sure-shot recos when you are dining at Seven Ate Nine!
👉🏻podi idly served with peanut chutney is remarkable (sharpness of gunpowder and then topped with curry leaves and dried red chillies 🌶)
Dosa with stew - by far the best combover- a simple vegetable stew cooked in coconut milk, paired with dosa and peanut chutney it is delicious.
👉🏻chicken Angara ( a spicy chicken starter which we all loved)
The boneless chunks of chicken are cooked along with pickle giving it’s a fabulous spicy feel.
👉🏻Mutton Kheema and dosa ( tender mutton cooked in thick spicy gravy, served along with egg dosa is worth it)
The dosa is topped with a bit of chilli powder goes really well with minced mutton curry.
👉🏻Rasmalai tresleches (this one topped with saffron and slight pistachio is sinful)
The texture is soft and just melts in the mouth.
VFM - worth a try
The prices of each dish is quite reasonable and it wouldn’t burn a hole in a fellow diners pocket. The food is sublime and worth a try.
The staff are really welcoming and do their best to make sure things are right and you return home contended after a satiating experience.
On the whole, a great day spent well amidst some quirky conversations. .