Updated: Mar 30
The Adyar branch of Sangeetha Restaurant serves some of the best South Indian delicacies that one can relish, which include a delectable range of delectable dishes from their Evening Specials menu.
Kadubu Idly is a unique take on the traditional idly. Instead of the regular round shape, these idlies are steamed in small cups made of jackfruit leaves, giving them a distinct aroma and flavour. They are soft and fluffy, making them easy to digest. Served with a spicy chutney and sambar, this dish is a perfect blend of flavours.
Channa Bhatura is another popular dish that is part of the evening specials at Sangeetha Restaurant. It consists of fluffy bhaturas (deep-fried bread) and spicy channa masala (chickpea curry). The combination of the soft, slightly sweet bhaturas and the spicy channa masala makes for a delicious and satisfying meal.
The Idiyappam Kuruma with Coconut Milk is a dish that is a favourite among those who love coconut-based curries. Idiyappam are thin noodles made with rice flour. The kuruma is a rich and creamy curry made with coconut milk and a blend of spices, creating a satisfying and flavourful meal.
Venthaya Dosa Vada Curry is a one-of-a-kind dish that is a must-try for anyone who loves experimenting with their food. The dosa is made with fenugreek seeds, which gives it a distinct flavour and aroma. The vada curry is a spicy and tangy curry made with lentils and vegetables. Making for a fascinating combination of flavours and textures.
Paal Paniyaram is a dessert made with small balls of a batter of rice and urad da, and then they are deep-fried until they turn golden brown, then soaked in a sweetened milk mixture flavored with cardamom, saffron, and nuts. Paal Paniyaram has a creamy, sweet flavor with a spongy texture that melts in your mouth.
Pal Kozhukattai is a delicious sweet dumpling made with rice flour dough stuffed with a sweet coconut and jaggery filling, steamed until cooked, and coated in a mixture of grated coconut and cardamom powder. It is a soft, chewy dessert that has a sweet and nutty flavor with a hint of cardamom.
Chettinadu Vada is a popular snack from the Chettinad region made using a batter of soaked urad dal, spices, and onions, then shaped into small, flat discs and deep-fried until they turn crispy and golden brown. It has a crispy exterior and a spicy fluffy interior, and is often served with coconut chutney and sambar as a tasty snack.
With a range of dishes that cater to different tastes and preferences, there is something for everyone. So, the next time you're in the mood for some delicious South Indian food, head over to Sangeetha Restaurant and indulge in their evening specials.