Not just the decor, but the brass cutlery too gave a royal feel to my overall dining experience.
I was served with some buttermilk as a welcome drink. It was mildly flavoured and a perfect drink to go with, during a hot day.
I chose to start my supper with Chicken ghee roast. This starter was absolutely lip-smacking, the heat from the pepper, the taste of coconut was coming out really well.
I opted for a Sadhya Meal then, which is a Kerala based thali, consisting of different vegetarian dishes such as avial, kadhi, pineapple raita, sambhar, rasam, rice, pappadam and banana chips. This one thali was easily enough for two and must-try for all who love homely, wholesome food.
Then, I chose to go with a Mangalorean Prawn curry along with some Malabar parotta. Loved every bit of it. The parotta soaked up all the juices of the flavorful curry and made every bite totally yum. The prawns were fresh too.
I ended my meal with two varieties of Payasam, a dessert made with jaggery, milk and rice. Absolutely delicious and authentic, like the rest of the dishes.
Overall, a great place to visit for all who love South Indian food.