Well, if you think that South Indian cuisine is just limited to idli, dosa or vada and sambar only then you're highly mistaken. Tarmarind serves a melange of traditional and improvised dishes curated from Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu – matchless fusion of delicacies from the southern parts of India.
Their diverse menu includes soup options like mutton alias (Kerala), vegetable alisa (Tamil Nadu), non-veg peethala charu (Andhra), and rasam, just to mention a few. It's itself is a task to choose from the starters as the menu has it all – chicken, mutton, fish, prawn, and crab, spoiling the non-vegetarians with choices. For those who are vegans, don’t be disheartened as they too have an ample of choices to choose from. It’s a bit tricky to choose from the main course as they are so many options which might confuse you.
If you're fond of non-vegetarian fare then Tamarind has some sterling options as well. You can try out the Keralian specialties like the Malabar prawns and Meen Moilee (fish cooked in coconut milk) or some lip-smacking Hyderabadi delicacies like gosht-ki-haleem. The vegans can go for kothmiri paneer or the pal katti masala, and beans poriyal, among others.