Idly Vada Menu

Classic idly vada sambhar with chutney

Now it’s time to experience the cuisine of the South.

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This cuisine uses the ingredients that are largely available in coastal regions such as rice, coconut, tamarind, lentils, mustard seeds to name a few. North Indian cuisine and South Indian cuisine are polar opposites quite literally! The staple grain of the North is wheat and hence serves a lot of bread and roti.

The staple grain of the South is rice and can be mixed with lentils or other vegetables to make a variety of dishes. With two monsoon seasons a year and the tropical weather, spices are grown in abundance and hence this cuisine is usually spicier in taste. Customized Dosas (rice and lentil crepe) and steamed Idli (rice cakes) are a big part of the street food culture in metropolitan cities like Mumbai, Pune and Delhi. All our South Indian varieties are served with Sambhar (spicy lentil-vegetable soup) and two chutneys; coconut and tomato-onion-peanut. Are you ready to dig in?

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Idly Sambhar with chutney

Idly Sambhar

A traditional breakfast in South Indian homes is this savory cake…

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about 4-5inches in diameter. This fluffy cotton ball, when dipped in spicy vegetable soup and accompanied with the fresh-tasting grated coconut chutney and the nutty orange sauce, will suddenly make you feel like your life is now complete! Patties made from steamed rice and lentil batter served with sambhar, tomato-onion-peanut chutney, and coconut chutney.

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mouth watering idly sambhar

Mini Idly Sambhar

Mini idlis dipped in sambhar and garnished with ghee (clarified butter)…

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and cilantro. The mini idlis are soaked with sambhar and when you take a bite they will literally melt and there will be a burst of sambhar flavors. A truly unforgettable experience.

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mouth watering Idly chat

Idly Chaat

That feeling when you actually look forward to a preparation made…

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with leftovers can be used to describe this amazingly-delicious treat. It is a burst of sweet and salty accompanied by the soothing calmness of yogurt. It consists of fried idli (rice cake) cubes, tamarind chutney, mint-cilantro chutney, beaten yogurt, boondi (fried chickpea flour balls), spices and garnished with sev.

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tasty Idly sprinkled with gun powder - Gun powder Idly

Gunpowder Mini Idly

Munchkin-sized lentil cakes sprinkled in gunpowder served with…

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sambhar and chutney.

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The classic fusion - Chili Idly

Chili Idly

A fusion of South Indian and Chinese will make you feel pleasantly…

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surprised. Fried idli (rice cake) cubes, sweet bell peppers, Thai green peppers, tangy chole (white chickpea) tossed in Manchurian sauce, spices, and green onions.

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Delicious Mini vada sambhar

Mini Vada Sambhar (16 Pc)

Tiny lentil balls dipped in sambhar, topped with ghec and cilantro…

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served with sambhar and chutney.

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Combination of Idly and Vada - Idly Vada Platter

Idly Vada Platter

When you want the best of both worlds the platter is a must. Two…

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idlis and two vadas served with sambhar, coconut chutney, tomato-onion-peanut chutney.

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tasty Vada sambhar

Vada Sambhar

Another regular in a South Indian household is the Vada Sambhar….

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Savory lentil donuts are deep-fried and when dipped in the sambhar and chutneys taste like the perfect balance between all these amazing flavors. Three vadas (savory lentil donuts), sambhar, coconut chutney, and tomato-onion-peanut chutney.

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