And It Was Called Yellow: Made amidst the residential complexes adds to the charm of this place. On reaching we were told about the blend of Maharashtrian and South Indian food in their menu. Started by Having Tibetan Pahadi Maggi Thukpa. I must say I kind of reminisced the thukpa I had at Mc loedganj. I would definitely recommend this to everyone who visits this place. We then ordered Andhra style fish and chips. The fish was batter fried with South Indian masalas and served with French fries and dip. Next was the Tellicherry pepper chicken and Agri prawns served with lemon rice. The prawn with lemon rice was a delicious combination and the gravy of the prawns was really tasty. For desserts, we tried the Rasgulla truffle with Irish cream and the flavour of the Irish baileys took a rather mundane rasgulla and rabri to another level. You can definitely try this place out for a rather calm and quiet dinner when you just want to sit and talk avoiding the usual noisy places.
Enjoy Scrumptious South Indian Food At This Place
What Makes It Awesome?
How Much Did It Cost?
₹1,000 - ₹3,000
Best To Go With?
Big Group, Bae, Family
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