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Located in Gandhi Nagar, this homely simple looking restaurant is in a two storey building on the street. The vibrant coloured walls and simple rustic décor give an impression of a home turned restaurant. Popular for serving South Indian millet based dishes, they have a simple yet extensive menu. Thoothuvazhai is a light spicy soup with veggies; a great way to start your meal. They have a variety of dosas, out of which millet and herbal dosa is a different and flavoursome option.
First time visited the Restaurant after Shopping at OFM, Indira Nagar .... Ambience is good with music of Maestro Ilayaraaja....Slides showing the importance of Organic Food, Millets etc., Tasted Steam Food Combo consists of Idli, Appam, Sundal , Kozhukattai etc., all are steamed and end with beverage of Green Tea flavored with Ginger & Tulsi.... Tastes Awesome and Quantity is good ..... Staffs are very cordial and explain the items ingredients if you are eager..... Space is constraint hardly 15 -20 persons sit comfortable... Good Initiative by youngsters and will be my Favorite destination whenever visit Chennai..
We visited this place recently and we had a different experience! The food was tasty and nutritious as well. The pooris, dosas idlis were very good.We also had the herbal tea which was good.Cleanliness and lighting need to be improved.
I recently visited this restaurant with friends.It is located just few steps away from adayar.The ambience of the restaurant is good and serves a good delicious food.Must try for ulundu vadai and special dosa's out there.
Got bored with your routine meal.? This restaurant can make difference. Food -- Very Good Ambience - Decent cleanliness - good Service - Very Good Food is variety of meal made of Millets and also Rice. Meals are named after Great Farmer Nammalvar who has been advocating for Natural Farming ... Another meal is named after Tholkappiar (Ancient Tamil Scholar)... YOu will like the salads and Aval served in beginning... They explain about the 2 variety of meals in the beginning. Costs around 200 Rs. Worth trying.. Parking Cars ? it is on residential road.... You may get in any one of roadsides... Like the Tissue paper holder... Nice like little Bullock Cart... made in wood... Appreciate the initiative...
The service level has fallen down below standard and I would not recommend this place again as i did once before. food is terrible and you have to wait for very long time before you can grab your order. too bad.
When touring around South India, one of our favorite things to do is wake up to an amazing authentic South Indian breakfast. We find tucking into pillowy idlis dipped in fresh coconut chutney and polishing off a nutritious veggie upma very satisfying. We usually cap it up with a small glass of filter coffee or as the locals call it, kappi. Chennai gives you plenty of regional breakfast variety. The city is crammed to the hilt with small low-key eateries famous for serving exceptional regional food, starting early in the morning. Our preferred regional option is ‘Thirukkural Unavagam’, a quaint homely eatery tucked in the very heart of Chennai. Out of two outlets of Thirukkural Unavagam, our bets lies with the one located at II Main Road, Gandhi Nagar, Adyar, Chennai.
Thirukkural Unavagam is a complete South Indian food galore. Like many South Indian food joints, the restaurant serves purely vegetarian meal but what sets it apart is their focus on giving you a proper healthy meal farm to table. Their abundant use of nutritious ingredients, millet, ragi, beetroot, samai, separates the menu from it’s peers. Ask for their delicious organic smoothies or flavoured buttermilk to wash down the meal. Begin wading through the menu with appetizers like, kambu vadai, millet idli, masala sundal, kelvaragu kali, kaaramani vadai, saamai adai, herbal idli, ulundhu kali and traditional rice aval salad. Once you have whetted your appetite with these mouth-watering starters better foray ahead with an assortment of mains. Must haves are, vaazhaipoo dosa, bamboo rice special dosa, herbal dosa, millet dosa and sukku milagu dosa.
Opt for a meal combo for a slightly more fulfilling affair. Have a koozh’ant alongside, which is a traditional drink made of ragi/bajra and buttermilk. Munch down a sweet dry fruit laddu or multi-grain laddu to round off this comforting meal. Thirukkural Unavagam is one of the pocket-friendly eateries. We encourage you to indulge freely. Book a table via EazyDiner if you find it too busy. Set in a lovely whitewashed double story building, the restaurant is a humble homely place. Furnished completely with pale wicker furniture and matted blinds, this eatery is designed to relax and chill out. Families and office goers with a limited budget mainly frequent Thirukkural Unavagam. Interesting black doodle on the wall and a huge bullock cart standing in one corner adds to the simple regional charm.