Elaneer Payasam Remember this name I ve always been amused at how stereotyped the Indian peninsular cuisines have been and how the rest of the nation has adopted the mere breakfast from each of them as mainstream meals And hence whenever we do come across anything more than the usual suspects on the menu we dive right in and so we did at immadrasrestaurant Here s what we tried and loved Parippu Vadai Medhu Vadai Mixed Vegetable Uttapam Chettinadu Dosa Ghee Roast Dosa Mysore Masala Dosa Aapam Kurma Madras Lunch This one s a proper thaali and make sure you go for the super flaky Parotta instead of the Chapati And then arrived the Star of our meal Elaneer Payasam A dessert with such well rounded flavours and so indulgent It s a thick kheer made from milk coconut water and chopped tender coconut The steward attending our table first offered a small tasting portion for us to try Little did we know that we d request for a full portion and mop it clean within seconds A Must Try Special mention to the Masala of the Chettinadu Dosa and the absolute love with which their team feeds you while explaining their specialities a rarity in the mainstream lot of casual dining restaurants The restaurant is owned by a Malayali and a Tamilian and hence the menu is a beautiful balance of food options from both these regions Definitely going back for that Payasam Cheers n Happy Eatin P s Yes it does seem like we re on a quest for some great South Indian meals

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Elaneer Payasam <-- Remember this name!

I've always been amused at how stereotyped the Indian peninsular cuisines have been, and how the rest of the nation has adopted the mere breakfast from each of them, as mainstream meals.
And hence whenever we do come across anything more than the usual suspects on the menu, we dive right in; and so we did, at @immadrasrestaurant

Here's what we tried and loved :

Parippu Vadai
Medhu Vadai
Mixed Vegetable Uttapam
Chettinadu Dosa
Ghee Roast Dosa
Mysore Masala Dosa
Aapam - Kurma
Madras Lunch : This one's a proper thaali and make sure you go for the super-flaky Parotta, instead of the Chapati.

And then arrived the Star of our meal - Elaneer Payasam!
A dessert with such well-rounded flavours and so indulgent! It's a thick kheer made from milk+coconut water and chopped tender coconut! The steward attending our table, first, offered a small tasting portion for us to try. Little did we know that we'd request for a full portion and mop it clean within seconds! A Must-Try!

Special mention to the Masala of the Chettinadu Dosa and the absolute love with which their team feeds you, while explaining their specialities - a rarity in the mainstream lot of casual-dining restaurants!
The restaurant is owned by a Malayali and a Tamilian and hence the menu is a beautiful balance of food options from both these regions.

Definitely going back for that Payasam!

Cheers n Happy Eatin'!!

P.s : Yes, it does seem like we're on a quest for some great South Indian meals! #NoComplaints

Elaneer Payasam <-- Remember this name! I've always been amused at how stereotyped the Indian peninsular cuisines have been, and how the rest of the nation has adopted the mere breakfast from each of them, as mainstream meals. And hence whenever we do come across anything more than the usual suspects on the menu, we dive right in; and so we did, at @immadrasrestaurant Here's what we tried and loved : Parippu Vadai Medhu Vadai Mixed Vegetable Uttapam Chettinadu Dosa Ghee Roast Dosa Mysore Masala Dosa Aapam - Kurma Madras Lunch : This one's a proper thaali and make sure you go for the super-flaky Parotta, instead of the Chapati. And then arrived the Star of our meal - Elaneer Payasam! A dessert with such well-rounded flavours and so indulgent! It's a thick kheer made from milk+coconut water and chopped tender coconut! The steward attending our table, first, offered a small tasting portion for us to try. Little did we know that we'd request for a full portion and mop it clean within seconds! A Must-Try! Special mention to the Masala of the Chettinadu Dosa and the absolute love with which their team feeds you, while explaining their specialities - a rarity in the mainstream lot of casual-dining restaurants! The restaurant is owned by a Malayali and a Tamilian and hence the menu is a beautiful balance of food options from both these regions. Definitely going back for that Payasam! Cheers n Happy Eatin'!! P.s : Yes, it does seem like we're on a quest for some great South Indian meals! #NoComplaints

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