Tanngo Chutney is maintaining all the safety measures according to the government guidelines. For good pictures only, they have served us in these usual plates, but we had the food in disposable plates and used disposable cutleries. While entering the place, they will ask you to put sanitizers in your hands.
• Filter Coffee
• Kesaria Tea
• Butter Milk
• Cold Coffee
• Tanngy Mint Masala
• Chatka Thanda Nimbu
A South Indian cuisine place without Filter Coffee is like Biryani without aloo. Filter coffee is one of their speciality which The chefs at Tanngo Chutney has mastered pretty well. Then coming to Kesaria tea, the flavours of kesar melting into your mouth is pure Bliss. Cold coffee was always my favourite.
• Tiranga Idli Platter- This platter contains three different flavours of idlis. The first one is tandoori idli, the second one was reshmi idli and the third one had a coriander base, and their respective colours were red, white and green portraying the Indian flag to some extent.
• Creamy Paniyaram Sizzler- Paniyaram is a South Indian Cuisine dish which are made with fermented urad dal and rice batter, and given a ball like shape. The batter is made of black lentils and rice and is similar in composition to the batter used to make idli and dosa. To give it a different taste, they made a sizzler of it adding extra cream and cheese to it.
• Coconut Shell Idli- For the first time in life I had something like this. The idli was made on coconut shell with the flavours of coconut in it with grated coconut as topping.
• Mumbaiya Vada Pav- We all know the speciality of the street style, extra spicy Vada pav which is only available in Mumbai. They made it in such a way matching the tastes, but not that much spicy and Served it with dips and chutney.
• Indian Platter- A veg thali can be droolworthy too, if you choose the right place. The platter had Dal makkhani, a spicy preparation of Paneer, lachcha parantha, jeera rice along with salad and papad. The lachcha parantha with Dal makkhani and paneer was my favourite.
• Tawa Pulao- Pulao tossed with spices and some veggies served with raita.
• Jini Dosa- Mini rolls of dosa filled with stuffings and cheese, also the toppings we're of cheese, served with sambhar and chutneys.
• South Indian Thali- This was a wholesome meal for a person. The thali had lemon rice, sambhar daal, three types of veggies, Malai kofta, Puri, gulab jamun, papad and salad. Any South Indian cuisine lover can have this for lunch or dinner.
• Pizza Uttapam- For the first time I have seen Uttapam replacing bread as the base of a pizza. This one is a must try for all the pizza as well as Uttapam lovers. I loved this fusion.
• Chocolate Dosa- I have tried chocolate dosa from many places and I love this fusion, hot chocolate flowing through small rolls of dosa is pure bliss.
• Special Tutty Fruity- Tutty Fruity Sundae is one of my most favourite dessert. The goodness of the fruits and ice creams along with tutty fruity syrup was just amazing.
• Coconut Ice Cream and Paan Ice Cream- Both of these ice-creams are their in-house products made at their kitchen only. Have one spoon of these ice-creams, and your mouth will be filled with the flavours of coconut and paan respectively. I will highly recommend everyone to have these in dessert.
Coming to the ambience, the place is decorated in a very simple way, the atmosphere is cool and calm. The tables are placed maintaining some distance. The place is not huge, but can accommodate around 40 heads. Their hospitality is highly appreciated. All of them, from the staffs to the head chef, everyone was pretty helpful and polite, they were wearing mask and gloves all the time.