South Indian Restaurant Guide:
Idli - Generally comes in two steamed dumplings or rice muffins served with sambar (lentils) and coconut chutney
Vegetable Cutlet - served with salad
Rasa Vada / Medu Vada - lentil doughnut in spicy gravy / plain
Dahi Vada - Lentil doughnut in yogurt
Upma - cream-of-wheat cooked with nuts and seasoned
South Indian Bondas - Sautéed potatoes with spices and herbs, coated with chick pea flour batter, deep fried to a golden brown, served with mint/yogurt chutney
Rava or Plain Dosa - semolina or rice and lentil pancake
Masala Dosa - rice/lentil pancake filled with potatoes and onions
Paneer Dosa - rice/lentil pancake filled with spicy cottage cheese
Rava Masala Dosa - semolina pancake filled with potato masala
Onion Rava Dosa - semolina and onion pancake
Onion Rava Masala Dosa - semolina and onion pancake filled with potato and onion masala
Paper Dosa - paper thin rice/lentil pancake
Paper Masala Dosa - paper thin rice/lentil pancake filled with potato masala
Mysore Masala Dosa - rice/lentil pancakes cooked with spicy chutney and filled with potato masala
Onion Uthappam - lentil pizza topped with onions
Tomato Uthappam - rice-lentil pizza topped with tomatoes
Onion & Chilli Uthappam - rice-lentil pizza topped with onion and chilies
Mixed Uthappam - rice-lentil pizza topped with tomatoes, onion, green peas, capsicum and chilies.
South Indian Curries:
Avial - A rich coconut curry
Lamb Vindaloo - An authentic spicy, hot, sharp & tangy, an irresistible preparation.
Fish Coconut Curry - A Northern delicacy, which is one of the most popular dishes to entertain guests with. Cooked with lots of yogurt, cream, coconut, rose-water and garnished with raisins, almonds and fried onions.
Chicken Curry - Whole Chicken baked in day-oven Chicken cubes cooked in yogurt and tomatoes
Rasam (soup), papad, masala dosa with sambar (lentils) and coconut chutney, Indian roti, vegetable curry, masala (poriyals and kootus) vegetable, samosa, special rice, raita, payasam, julab jamun and coffee/tea.