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Idli sambar, Medu vada, Dosas, Mysore pak, Mysore masala – do these food items make your mouth water? Are you drooling already and planning a visit to one of the South Indian restaurants in your city? But not sure where to go? In Mumbai, it isn’t difficult to find the food and restaurant that perfectly pampers your palette. Here’s a list of the best South Indian restaurants in Mumbai. We must tell you that most of these are located at Matunga, owing to the fact that it’s populated by South Indians.
Here is a list of 8 perfect places to get South Indian foods in Mumbai with their addresses
1 Hotel Ramashray
Ramashray is one of the most popular South Indian restaurants in Mumbai, located at Matunga East. It’s a foodie’s heaven. While one may face an hour long wait on weekends before getting a place to sit, it’s certainly worth the wait. Kadi Idli, Upma Podi and the Fruit Sheera here are a must try.
Address: Hotel Ramashray, Bhandarkar Road, Matunga East, Mumbai
2 Café Madras
This is another great place serving South Indian cuisine in Matunga. It’s quite popular among college students. Raagi Dosa, Pineapple Sheera, Mysore Pak and Filter Coffee (of course) are the best items on the menu. We must add that the Bisibele baath here is mouth-wateringly good!
Address: Café Madras, 38 B, Circle House, King’s Circle, Matunga East, Mumbai
3 Mani’s Lunch Home
This is one of the most pocket-friendly South Indian restaurants in Mumbai. Located near Ruia college, it’s generally flocked with young crowd. It has even won food awards. One can devour multiple dishes here and yet be happy after checking the bill. The Mysore Masala and Upma are delectable.
Address: Mani’s Lunch Home, 153 C, Mahskar Building, Near Ruia College, Matunga East, Mumbai
4 Cafe Mysore
Cafe Mysore is a stone’s throw away from Café Madras in Matunga. Mysore Sada Dosa, Khotto, Neer Dosa, Rasam Wada, Idli Gadbad are the food items that you should try here. The Medu Wada too is yummier than that served at other places in Mumbai. If you visit this place during lunch hours, it’s super crowded. So it’s advisable to set forth before your stomach starts growling, else you will lose patience waiting for a table to be vacated!
Address: Café Mysore, Shop No. 1461-C, Durlabh Niwas, Bhandaji Road, Matunga East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400019
Dakshinayan is located at Juhu, Mumbai. While it’s more expensive than the eateries listed above, we assure you that no matter what you order here, it’s inexplicably good. The Raagi Masala Dosa and Rava Masala Dosa at Dakshinayan are food items to die for!
Address: Dakshinayan, Hotel Anand, Gandhigram Road, Near Hare Krishna Temple, Juhu, Mumbai
6 Narayan’s Dosa
Narayan’s Dosa, located at Grant Road, Mumbai is another easy on pocket south Indian foods. It’s a small place, not a visual delight, honestly! But the food totally makes up for it. And anyways, foodies don’t really care about ambiance, do they? The Palak Masala Dosa served here is absolutely scrumptious!
Address: Narayan’s Dosa, Parmand Building, French Bridge, Opera House, Grant Road, Mumbai
7 Simbly South
Located in Vile Parle East, Simbly South serves ‘simbly’ delicious food. The Gun powder Idli, Rasam Rice, Garlic Masala dosa are so good that you crave for more even after your tummy has reached the uppermost limit of FULL!
Address: Simbly South, Pitale Wadi, Hanuman Road, Vile Parle East, Mumbai
8 Cafe Bharat
Located near Churchgate station, Café Bharat is a lovely place that offers south Indian foods at really low rates. Despite low prices, there’s no compromise on food quality and it is palatable. While it has only the most basic South Indian food like Dosas, Utappam and Idli, it’s exceptionally good!
Address: Cafe Bharat, Indian Merchant Chambers, AMC Road, Churchgate, Mumbai
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