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Located in Hotel 37th Crescent at Race Course Road; this restaurant is serving delectable South Indian delicacies. A well-lit space with simple interiors, ambient lighting and comfortable seating area. The staff is courteous and professional. The unique culinary style that is required to prepare authentic recipes is something that the chefs here are a pro at. The eclectic menu is in line with the various tastes and preferences and serves a variety of delicious South Indian dishes. Some of their must-have dishes are 'Kori Kempu Bezule', 'Soppu Vada', 'Nellore Maamsam Vada' and 'Paruppu Podi Tossed Idlis'
The dim lit ambience is perfect for a family gathering. Fish Kabab here is a top notch and must try along with freshly prepared Aapam which is a AOS specialty. Ideally the food stuffs we have tasted here is above average and affordable. If buffet option was included in the Night, then this would have been an added advantage.
The Rooftop Chinese outlet is closed. They are serving Chinese here in this outlet.We were impressed with the quality and service at the Rooftop eatery.But here it is pathetic,though the menu is same.We will not visit again.
This restaurant is one of those where there is nothing wrong but nothing exceptional also, staff is friendly and service is good, wait time is normal and no complaints. But the foods lacks the great South Indian kick, I think they have a hotel in as well and cater to foreign tourists quite a bit, hence their flavours are tamed. Great for visitors but nothing special if you really want to try some Andhara food.
Food was quite good! There was variety to offer at the restaurant. The staff was also very friendly and ready to suggest tasty food options.
Hidden in a lane, in the 37th Crescent hotel, is this gem of a place for south indian food. And a wide variety of dishes and fares, both vegetarian and non-vegetarian. (Yup, I wrote the long form, just to get you all worked up) Foods from Andhra, Kerela, Chennai, and of course, Mangalorean and the other lip smacking cuisines. From Crabs and Prawn, and sea food to a choice of meats and veggies. It doesn't get more south indian than this, I presume. And then the biryanis, pulaos, appams, and the likes. It's south India cuisine paradise! They even have local desserts. Payassam, and other tongue twisters. But don't try to get the names right.....just dig in!