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Satiate Your South Indian Taste Buds At This Restaurant In Bandra

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What Makes It Awesome?

Located in the busy lanes of Bandra, Madras Diaries is an authentic South Indian restaurant. The ambience is bright and modern with wooden furniture and vibrant coloured seats and soothing south-style music playing in the background.

As soon as you are seated, they will get four chutneys to your table- Turai chutney, Beetroot, tomato chutney, and Pineapple sweet shrikhand chutney. The chutneys might sound boring, but they are very flavorful.

What we ordered -
Rasam Shots: Four types of piping hot rasam served in a small bowl. There was coconut rasam, coriander rasam, tomato rasam and pepper rasam served along with vada. Me being a rasam fan, this was one of my most favourite dishes.

Kara Paniyaram Chetiyar Milegi Podi Toss - Paniyarams are dumplings made with a fermented batter of urad dal & rice. Paniyarams are tossed with onion, chillies and molga podi served along with coconut chutney. It was moderately spicy but quite delicious. I loved the crunch of Podi.

Mini Meal - South Indian meal served on a banana leaf. It included Mix Veg Poriyal, Veg Keerma, Aloo Poriyal, Rassam, Sambar, Malabar Parota, Bisibele Bhat, Papadam, Keerai Vada, Plain Rice, Pineapple Sheera & Butter Milk. Every item served was mouth-watering. Pineapple Sheera was the hero of the dish.

Kanchipuram Idli - It is a unique variation of idli. With an elaborate tempering of spices, these idlis are a mouth-watering treat.

Summarizing, this is a very good dining place to relish south Indian cuisine. It is usually crowded, so I would suggest booking a table beforehand if you do not like waiting.

How Much Did It Cost?

₹1,000 - ₹3,000

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