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I'm not sure that ITC's management agrees with me but I think that Dakshin, as a concept, is past its sell-by date. The Dakshin Coastal, a re-tweaking of the original concept, marks an improvement but I don't think it goes far enough.That said, the food, drawn from the Southern states, can be excellent. Individual dishes, such as the pandi curry from Coorg or the spicy Andhra biryani are well-executed and it is hard to eat badly here. Even the room has a certain functional elegance and the service is good.It's just the concept of an old-fashioned greatest-hits-of-South-India that I don't like.
We were a team of 6 looking fo somewhere where we could relax for the evening and enjoy a good meal. We were not disappointed with the food and service. Ajay Tiucku looked after our every need, almost reading our minds and delivering before asked. Highly reccomended, you will not be disapponted
I was extremely disappointed with Dakshin for it's terrible service and lousy food. They served everything in the wrong order and when some of the dishes came out they tasted full of salt (Like sea water). It's just terrible. Not coming back here ever.
ITC has been always been offering the best in town culinary food prepared by its MasterChefs, our recent visit was to have a grand thali which was authentic made so as the professional services by praneet, but this place needs a serious make over in terms of ambiance, my wife was distracted by the wobbling tables but our server was quick enough to stabilize it. All together we had a great evening at ITC.
made my reservation through zomato, no gold option here but the food is out of world to describe very authentic and crisp in service also, very attentive n courteous server pranit was all time in sight. a great place to enjoy the rainy evening with hot appams.
We had full thali here with friends and it was amazing and delicious, they provide variety of south indian and north indian food, excellent service, amazing.
Many would say that you really can?t screw up South Indian food but we beg to differ. The cuisine although looks simple, has in it sheer complexity that baffles us. The amount of finesse used to bring the spices together and get that perfect balance of flavours takes some serious skills. Not many South Indian serving restaurants can claim to achieve that intricate balance but there are some places on our gourmet map that have earned their spot by consistent great food. ITC Maratha plays host to several fantastic restaurants including a South Indian one too. The place goes by traditional name of ?Dakshin Coastal?, which in itself explains everything. This establishment is one of the best South Indian serving restaurants in Mumbai and takes deep pride in it. Dakshin Coastal is a decadent experience. Take time with it.
If you have a foodie friend who lusts after seafood then take him to Dakshin Coastal. After all, its menu comprises mostly of dishes from South Indian coastal belt. You will find dishes from Kerala and Chettinad regions here with emphasis put on succulent seafood preparations. The menu is not excessively long, which is a good thing. Whatever is there, is cooked to perfection. Skip the alcoholic drinks and start your meal with something traditional to drink. You have a choice between rasam or neer more. Nibble alongside on, vadai, kozhi roast, sundal, neetha kori, Iyer?s specials and karwar yetti fry. With couple of idiappams or veechu parotta relish the curries. Pandi roast, chapa pulusu, tarkari padhartha, meen jeeri meri, ishtoo, patchakari stew, kai pidi chops, meen kujit, nadang kozhi curry, gutti vankai koora, nandu melagu peratti and malla yetti gassi, will do wonderfully.
End your evening by sampling some of Dakshin Coastal?s traditional regional desserts. Savour a morsel of, basundi, kadal pacchee, elaneer payasam, adai pradhaman and badam halwa. A cup of South Indian filter coffee will act as the perfect conclusion to a grand evening. Dakshin Coastal is not at all cheap but the experience will be sublime. To convey the South Indian theme small details are added to transport one to the regional restaurants of South India. From banana leaf lined metal plates to brass diyas to natraj statue, everything reminds you of South India. The look is elegant and classy, as expected of a posh five star establishment.