Restaurant Review: Southindies

It was time to celebrate Meghana's Birthday and after much deliberation we headed to Southindies - a high-end south indian restaurant in Pune. I had visited it a while back but decided to visit it again to cater to Birthday girl's with :)

We started with Thakkali chaaru i.e. tomato soup flavored with ginger and curry leaves and Kaya kooralu chaaru which is mixed veg soup flavored with coriander and garlic. Kaya Kooralu Chaaru was very tasty and brought good taste for the dinner. Along with soup we also ordered "podi tossed idlis" which were essentially small idlies tossed in gunpowder; "Mokka Junna miriyalu fry" made from babycorn coated with bason flour. Gunpowder being very strong in taste, the idlis were tasting only gunpowder and unfortunately it also made the babycorn taste bland.

We decided to try standard veg stew ( Kai Kari Stew) and appam as a safe option along with "mirapakaya pattani curry" along with Vishalakshi Roti. Veg Stew and Appam turned out to be as expected and was very much liked. I liked the Vishalkshi Roti as well. This is made from five different grains and looks like stuffed paratha. It has a distinct taste and is definitely worth trying.

The staff at Southindies is very courteous and helpful. The ambiance is pleasant - a calm place to have a nice dinner. It is an A/C hall and a small sit-out adjacent to it.

Overall, it was a very good experience and gives you nice taste of South Indian Delicacies other than usual Dosa, Idli. 

Must Visit!!


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