Especially for those who eat out regularly, one often looks for a place that can give us reasonably good food, as close to how we make it at home for a price that does not blow a hole in our pocket. Indian Home Food ticks off all the right boxes. Starting with simple breakfasts – 'Idli', 'Dosa', 'Poori' and even a nice 'Ghee Masala Dosa'. They also have organic versions of these breakfast staples which they claim has been created without rice and wheat and which taste equally good and are good for health. If you are looking for some munchies – the assorted 'Bajjis', 'Masala Bada' and even the 'Paneer Pakoda' are good bets. Among the meat starters – the 'Chicken Tomato' and 'Chicken Dhania' are both good. A spicier option would be the chicken pepper. You have the same options available in mutton as well. They have the standard Andhra-style vegetarian meals. But if you would rather make your own combinations, the 'Masala Coconut Rice' and the 'Chicken Curry' are good together. Termed amusingly, the non-home food section, you can expect Bangalore style renditions of 'Gobi Manchurian', 'Gobi Sholay' and the same in Mushrooms as well. The traditional sweets - 'Holige', 'Kadabu' and 'Kajjaya' is how you can end a meal here.