PNL Recommends 8 Spots for South Indian Food

VAISHALI

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Established in 1951, Vaishali is the first place that comes to mind when someone says, ‘ lets have something South Indian.’ Their authentic South Indian food makes their restaurant packed all through the day. So if you are planning to visit this place for breakfast, be there a little early to get a seat.

Must try: Mysore cheese masala dosa and freshly made filter coffee

Cost for two people: Rs. 500

Location:1218/1, Fergusson College Road, Shivaji Nagar, Pune

 

ANNA IDLI

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This Udupi restaurant probably has the most number of South Indian dishes,with over of six different types of Idlis and vadas and about 14 types of Dosas. It is the perfect place to visit if you are new to Pune from the South

Must try: Ragi Dosa and Podi Idlis

Cost for two people: Rs. 400

Location: 273/5, Baner Road, Shambhu Vihar Society, Sanewadi, Aundh

 

KERALA CAFE

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The most authentic Keratile food is available at the Kerala Cafe, Baner. The ambience makes you feel like you are some place in the south and the richness of coconut oils and the masalas in the dish makes the entire mood for the meal.

Must try: The Onam Sadhya and the Beef Fry

Cost for two people: Rs. 800

Location: Baner Gaon Kamaan, Near Cosmos Bank, Baner Road, Baner

 

YUMMA SWAMI

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If you love soft idlis or crispy dosas, then you are at the right place. Yumma Swami’s Dosa aren’t just tasty but crispy too, with a variety of dosas and uttappams. The restaurant has really cool and quirky interiors that give offer a relaxing vibe. They also have an open kitchen where you can see your food being made.

Must try: Onion rawa sadha

Cost for two people: Rs. 200

Location: Atur Chambers, Shop 2, 2-A, Moledina Road, Camp, Pune

 

SAVYA RASA

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Savya Rasa is a first of its kind dining experience that celebrates the epicurean journey of South India. They serve 7 types of cuisine from 4 southern states – Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh.

Must try: For main course try the Erachi stew and dessert for kumbuda halwa

Cost for two people: Rs. 2,100

Location: Gera Serenity Building, CTS No. 15, Near Starbucks Cafe, Koregaon Park

 

CHOPSTICK SPICE MALABAR

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Chopstick Spice Malabar is the most authentic place for South Indian dishes in Viman Nagar. Some of the dishes do not feature on the menu, so be sure to ask the staff about the daily specials before placing your order.

Must try: Chicken Mulakittathu with parotta or Appam

Cost for two people: Rs. 500

Location: Gulmohar Regency, Shop No.1, Near Datta Mandir Chowk, Viman Nagar Rd

 

UPSOUTH

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The authenticity of South Indian food is always debatable and one place which never disappoints in terms of taste is Upsouth. The most pocket – friendly, fast served food joint from Bangalore, serves the best filter coffee and sambar wada.

Must try: Upsouth podi crispy dosa

Cost for two people: Rs. 400

Location: All Upsouth Outlets

 

COFFEE HOUSE

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Coffee House on East Street has been one of Pune’s iconic places that’s been around forever. It is known for tasty food and its ambience is very welcoming. It is a smart South Indian Restaurant with large crispy dosas and tasty chutneys.

Must try: Malgapudi Idli 

Cost for two people: Rs.550

Location: 2, Ground Floor, Atur Chambers, Moledina Road

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