We endeavour to cater a UNIQUE MENU to food conscious customers
by MODERNISING traditional south Indian recipes into HEALTHIER & TASTIER dishes
We are established to breathe a new life into the traditional south Indian cuisine and present it to the world in a new light. Glorifying the importance, vitality, overall richness of nutritional value hidden in south Indian cuisine, fuelled up by the fusion recipes artfully blended by our celebrated culinarian, we aim to cater people irrespective of their age, ethnicity, region or religion. With different types of south Indian dishes, fused with sub-continental cuisines, our whole day menu presents breakfast, lunch, snacks, dinner and mock tails.
The Chaisa as chaiwala (Hindi: चायवाला) is a person who prepares, sells or serves tea on streets or small roadside shops in the Indian subcontinent. We are an integral part of Indian tea culture. Chai is the Hindustani word for "tea", as in masala chai, and wallah indicates the person performing the task, so chaiwalla is a street seller of tea. The boil a mixture of water and milk, add tea leaves and then strain the tea into containers or a tea kettle.
We usually serve tea in a small glasses or unglazed clay teacups (kulhar) but, in the modern era, we have started to serve tea in kullad. Traditionally, tea was made in brass vessels.
As expected, the food was delicious and our servers were so friendly and helpful – we loved them! It was a delightful experience all round.
One of our favorite South Indian restaurants. There are many items on the menu that you don’t find in most Indian restaurants. Try anything from the Chaat section of the menu for something really unique.
They're very attentive and great at offering suggestions if you can't decide what to order. Plus the portions were quite large, especially for the price. I'll definitely go back soon
I love this place great food , great atmosphere and a great staff. Very accommodating and great service. Do yourself a favor and treat yourself here you won't be sorry.