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Located at the back of the Ambience mall, Zambar is not precisely central, but when I walk in and get stuck in the face with the aromas of South Indian cooking I instantly suspect it is going be worth the trek. The swanky new Zambar is sleek and comfortable. The sizeable selection on offer can be overwhelming but it’s hard to wrong when ordering the dozen of 'Mini Idlis', 'Net Dosai', 'Vetri Murugan’s Mutton Sukka', or hearty favourites like the 'Chettinad Biryani' which is a true collision of flavours. The 'Appams' aka bowl-shaped pancakes made with rice flour and coconut milk go best with the 'Kerela Chicken Stew'. However the selection from the Appam Bar is superlative, an interesting concept of choosing your own Appam ranging the gamut from pink pepper to Ragi and toppings from Asparagus and water chestnut kurma to Bacon and egg curry leaf, Zambar takes the Appam experience to another level. To end on a sweet note, my vote goes all out to the 'Coconut Jaggery Pudding' which by popular demand has been on the menu since its inception. The restaurant at the back of the mall exceeds my expectations, and on the trip home I dream of what I could order the next time I am here.
Amazing food! We had ordered the appam, Malabar Parantha, ghee roast chicken, mushroom perlam, Gobhi 65 and the aam Panna mojito pitcher along with a Mysore masala dosa. Simply loved every bite of it. A little too spicy both for the tongue and the pocket. Would definitely recommend you to try this place.
Nice South Indian experience for me and my family. Service was fast and good. Food was hot and tasty. The staff were very hospitable and the head chef (Vetru murugan) was very caring and concerned. Overall it was an excellent experience.
Zambar is an amalgamation of South Indian cuisine. They bring the best of all the seven south Indian states to your table. I opted for an exclusive preview of the Onam Sadhya meal which had 24 different dishes from Kerala. Do check out the ambience of the place. Their decor includes windows and a sneak peek into all the states of South India. Highly recommended.
Zambar the place is famous for its south Indian cuisines and coastal cuisines, covering the ground for both "shakhari" and "masahari" foodies. Being the former we visited the place on the onam sadya, it's a 10 days festival celebrated in Kerala, in festival all the dishes (26-30 dishes) are made from all the state grown vegetables. These dishes are completely on a different level of taste and names than our regular daily dishes and the flavors are something you would have never tasted. Moving to the thali i tried, as tradition goes the food is served on a giant banana leaf with all the 26 dishes served on the table by the staff and on the single leaf to give you an insta-worthy pic and a lip, hand licking food. I will try to name all the dishes they have served starting from the salt and ending with banana as suggested by there master chef. The thali include the following items in it: 1. Salt, starting in traditional way. 2. Jackfruit Chips, jackfruit coated with jaggery they were really yummy. 3. Narendran chips, banana chips and who can make them better than keralites. 4. Mango Pickle 5. Inji Puli, made of ginger, tarmarind green chillies and jaggery. This curry goes well with any item 6. Kalan, this dish is made specially for the festival and based on buttermilk, bananas and coconut. 7. Olan, it consists of white lobiya and coconut so it gives a lingering sweet taste which is really nice. 8. Aviyal, this is a mixture of coconut and other vegetables it's dry and looks like a sabji. The taste is really good and the coconut oil with curry leaves provide a very nice aroma to the dish. 9. Eriserry - a dish on a little sweet side with a blend of pumpkin and coconut which takes your taste buds to another level. This is somehting i can eat like a dessert and i will do it one day. 10. Kootu Curry - one of the traditional festival dish of the kerala here "kootu" means a mixture and this curry is really good in flavors the mixture of vegetables, flavors are so good that once mixed with rice you would really like it. 11. Cabbage Thoran - Cabbage and thoran (coconut), the mixture sounds so weird but the taste is super awesome 12. Beans Mezhukupuratti - beans and onion stirred together in a manner that the flavor of beans will overcome the sourness of onion if left in it. The dry subji is also good as an evening snack and as it's made of beans you can guess how healthy it is. 13. Thiyal 14. Kichadi Betroot - Oh man, this is just wow. I can never imagine such a fantastic flavor of betroot. I have been a fan of the dishes of betroot but this plain old style kichadi is something new for me and the moment it's in your mouth you will realize how good it can be. 15. Pineapple Pachadi - The swwetest flavor of pineapple i can ever have tasted in the 16. Mambazha Puliserry 17. Choru 18. Ghee - They pour it on your rice, that's something which is done 19. Parippu Curry 20. Sambar, oh man this is definitely one of the best sambar i have ever eaten in my life. Now i can realize why the south indian people don't like sambar in north india, they are so good at it that we don't stand a chance to compete it with our flavors and our experience of making it at all. 21. Rasam 22. Moru Curry 23. Pappadam - Simply putting, tt's the papad of south. 24. Banana - This is eaten at the end of entire meal to seal the deal. 25. Pal Payassam - Some desserts are must in the intensive thali if you want to call it a complete meal. 26. Ada Paradhamam - Oh man, this dessert is something you would fall in love with. It's logical to say that the entire celebration will feel a bit down without it. It's south varsion of kheer made from coconut milk and filed with rice and jaggery flavors to give you divine pleasure. And to eat with them all is rice, not your regular rice these are the kerala special rice grown in there own state known as "Matta Rice" which are a bit fluffy and have a look of brown rice. Just imagine how much the people in kerala have achieved from the base ingredients of coconut, jaggery and rice. There cuisines is spreading across the world and making the people fall in love with. You must try this place for some authentic south indian cusine, just think about it this way Zambar, does'nt it remind you of Sambar (just kidding) so how good the restro-bar(South Indian cuisines) rhyming with sambar can be, just visit there enjoy your meal with your family and i would suggest to try eating with your hand like the traditional way to enjoy the meal to the fullest. I would highly recommend you to visit and try out the place any day, and if you really want to celebrate onam sadya with your family try there amazing thali on 24th & 25th of August, you will love it and feel like at home.
i just loved the interiors positive vibes smile on d serves makes gud impression loved their food food seved is of the coastal area down our country states the speciality kerala food tired their food liked it being a vegetarian
Zambar is much more than sambar with a zany, zingy twist! It is a unique feast for all your senses to experience the wide range of delightful cuisines from southern India's legendary spice coast that go far beyond just sambar, idli, dosa and vada. Zambar has an amazing ambience inspired by the typical houseboats lazing around the idyllic kerala backwaters. Just close your eyes savour the pleasant memories of the rejuvenating monsoons gushing away as you sit in your verandah on your favourite planter's chair, sipping your cup of monsoon Malabar.
Encompassing an authentic range of flavours from Southern India's spice coast, Zambar Express offers you a delicious selection of flavours from Chettinad, Malabar and Mangalorean cuisine. Zambar Express has the coastal cuisine at its heart and convenience in its concept. One can easily think of Zambar Express as their one-stop destination for Coastal cuisine whether it be business lunches, meals on-the-go or your regular cravings for coastal cuisines!