Mahabelly

Commons at DLF Avenue, Saket

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Restaurant Information

₹ 1100 for two approx.
Beverages,Desserts,Kerala,Seafood,South Indian

Today,

  • 11:00 AM to 08:00 PM

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MA - A05, Restaurant Block, Behind DLF Place Mall, Saket, New Delhi

Insider Tips

  • Motifs of Bharatnatyam visage and Malayali cartoons flank the thatched bar posing as a Toddy shop
  • 'Karimeen' - a speciality fish from the backwaters of Kerala, often run out over the weekend. It is a good idea to reserve one ahead, especially in the Porichathu preparation
  • If you are looking for a hearty Mallu breakfast in Delhi, then you can not go wrong with 'Puttu Kadala Curry'

Restaurant Features

Home Delivery
Smoking area
Take-away
Wheelchair Accessible
Mall Parking
Bar

User Ratings & Reviews

4.4
★★★★★ ★★★★★
259 reviews

57Rank amongst restaurants in Delhi NCR

Ambience
4.5
Food
4.5
Music
4.8
Pricing
4.5
Service
4.8
Recommended Dishes

Recommended Dishes

appam (6)

Fried Pork (5)

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Critic Rating

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Amit Speaks Writer & Journalist

4.2/5

Mahabelly is a play on Mahabali - the patron demon-god of Malayalis. The festival of Onam is celebrated to mark Mahabali’s return from the netherworld to his beloved kingdom of Kerala. Mahabelly brings dishes from across the length and breadth of Kerala in a fun, easygoing Saket restaurant. First-timers to Malayali food will be put at ease with helpful hosts around to navigate Mahabelly’s extensive menu. I started with the Syrian Christian dishes of 'Pork Ularthiyathu' and 'Erachi (beef) Fry', which were handsomely fragranced with coconut oil and endlessly moreish with 'Malabar Parottas'. Also, quite impressive was the flaky 'Karimeen Pollichathu' and balanced spicing in the classic 'Kerala Stew', which were somewhat let down by 'Appams' lacking my puffy-centre-crisp-edges gold standard. 'Meen (fish) Moilee' and 'Chemmeen Manga' (prawn and raw mango) curries were as good as you can expect in Delhi with a savoury tang and velvety coconut-milk base. For a special treat, enjoy them with 'Kappa' (Mashed tapioca) and end your meal with a classic 'Payasam'.

About Mahabelly, Commons at DLF Avenue, Saket


The classic South Indian cuisine is justifiably famous for its healthy and sumptuous dishes. The coconut aroma which is the signature mark of almost every south Indian dish is simply irresistible. This healthy cuisine from the land of diverse spices and food is truly flavorful and relishing. Bringing these authentic South Indian flavors right from the God’s own country to your plate is the famous restaurant in Saket, named Mahabelly.

This restaurant in Saket, South Delhi serves the sumptuous South Indian dishes to delight you in and out. The healthy and mouthwatering South Indian dishes are indeed a pleasure for our taste buds and who you think can resist the authentic taste of perfectly cooked Sambhar Vada and Dosa. Your mouth seems to be watering just at the mentioning of it!

Mahabelly is the traditional South Indian themed restaurant that aims to serve the classic and traditional taste of Kerala in its most authentic way. If you’re crazy for the Dosas, Uttapams, Vadas, Appams, Idlis and so on, we’re telling you, you’re missing on something really great if you haven’t dined at Mahabelly yet!

This restaurant is named after the famous myth God in Kerala. Mahabali is the patron demon God of Malayalis. Onam, the famous festival of South India is celebrated as he returned from the Netherlands to Kerala. Keeping itself very authentic in its name as well as food, Mahabelly is one of the finest restaurant chains that do complete justice to the hearty South Indian dishes in the traditional way.

The menu is really elaborate and exhaustive consisting of a wide range of South Indian dishes. You’ll get anything and everything in the Malayali food here. For the food lovers, crazy for this cuisine, it is no less than a food paradise.

Stating from the menu, one cannot resist its delectable Appams, Veg Biryani, Erachi (beef) Fry, Pork Ularthiyathu, Chemmeen Manga, Karimeen Pollichathu, and many other authentic dishes from the land of God, Kerala.

The chefs seem to render the dishes a right flavorful twist through the blend of velvety coconut texture, fragrance, and consistency with right herbs and spices pricked right from the soil of Kerala.

One cannot help but get mesmerized by the amazing menu they offer with such a courteous service. Offer yourself a dive into the hearty and healthy menu of South India and savor a cherishing able experience of Malayali food served in most authentic style at this South Indian restaurant in Saket.

FAQ

What cuisines are served at Mahabelly?

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Main cuisine served at Mahabelly is Beverages,Desserts,Kerala,Seafood,South Indian.

What is the cost for 2 at Mahabelly?

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₹1100 (approx.) for two at Mahabelly.

Is Mahabelly restaurant pure veg?

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No, Mahabelly serves both veg and non-veg dishes.

What are Mahabelly restaurant timings?

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Mahabelly restaurant timing For Today : 11:00 AM to 08:00 PM

Does Mahabelly restaurant serve buffet?

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No, Mahabelly does not serve buffet.

Does Mahabelly restaurant have a bar or serve alcohol?

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No, Mahabelly does not serve alcohol.

Does Mahabelly restaurant play live music?

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No, Mahabelly doesn't play live music.

What are the best and must-try dishes at Mahabelly?

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People love Appam, Fried Pork the most at Mahabelly.

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