Posts filed under ‘Vegetarian Food’
The Saravana Bhavan saga continues. Today we visit the T Nagar Saravana Bhavan on Tyagaraja Salai. (more…)
I was introduced to Saravanabhavan – Parrys Corner in 1990 or 1989 I think as a hotel that served you colorful chutneys and a dosai whose quality was superior to the Udupi hotels in Parry’s corner that I was used to.
This is a vast topic and I am going to type it up in bite sized sections. (pun intended) (more…)
I have been meaning to write about this for a long time. I finally wrote it, after a friend of ours came home with a bag full of carry out items from AK. The flavor of food was so powerful that my little daughter insisted on having restaurant style Indian food for dinner that day! (more…)
For a committed vegetarian, there is a certain joy in eating at a restaurant where all menu items are vegetarian. (more…)
I do not know of the origin of the word thokku. But I like the delicacy for sure. (more…)
Curd rice is one of the simplest and best delicacies to go for on a hot summer day.
For one who is used to the $7.95 buffets in the suburban Indian restaurants in the United states that normally feature a set of trays with Bunsen burners warming the food, under a glass hood with hand written labels describing Indian food such as chhole in terms such as ‘Chick Peas in gravy’, the GRT Chennai’s buffet’s ambiance was a real treat. (more…)