“A melting pot of communities” would be the best way to describe Mumbai city. Now, it is the presence of varied communities that makes the culture of this city extremely rich and diverse. And hence, it is due to this cosmopolitan culture that there are a number of restaurants available in the city that serves up high quality South Indian food. Several of these eateries are extremely popular. So, here is presenting a list of “10 renowned South Indian Restaurants” situated in Mumbai, a city of dreams.
a. Hotel Ram Ashraya:
Situated in Matunga East is an extremely popular restaurant called Hotel Ram Ashraya that serves quality South Indian cuisine. Comprising of typical delicacies such as Idli, Dosa etc this restaurant is renowned with foodies in the city. Specifically speaking, it is items such as pineapple shera, neer dosa, and uttapam that are frequently consumed over here by customers. Furthermore, a meal of two at this eatery is cheap and costs about Rs 200.
b. Café Madras:
“Loved by mainly college students” is a South Indian restaurant known as Café Madras situated in the King Circle area. Renowned for delicacies such as Masala and Raagi Dosa, Pineapple Sheera, Upma, Rasam, and Medhu Vada, this eatery is extremely popular and attracts a large number of costumers. Furthermore, it is renowned for its Filter Coffee. In addition, it provides for an inexpensive meal for two that cost about Rs 250.
c. Mani’s Lunch Home:
Located in close proximity to the popular Ruia College in Matunga East is a South Indian restaurant known as Mani’s Lunch Home. Visited mainly by the younger generation, this restaurant is renowned for delicious delicacies such as Medhu Vada, Masala Dosa, Idli Vada, and Vada Smbar. In addition, piping hot filter coffee is also extremely popular at this eatery. A meal for two over here can be had for about Rs 200.
d. Café Mysore:
“Attracting large number of people” is a South Indian restaurant located in Matunga East known as Café Mysore. Situated in close proximity to Café Madras, this restaurant is known for serving up delicious delicacies such as Mysore Sada Dosa, Khotto, Neer Dosa, Rasam Vada, and Idli Gadbad. Furthermore, it provides for an inexpensive meal for two at about Rs 250.
e. Ganga Vihar:
Known mainly for “South Indian” cuisine is a restaurant known as Ganga Vihar situated in Matunga West. Renowned mainly for delicacies such as Masala Dosa and Onion Uttapam, this eatery also provides for cuisines such as North Indian and Chinese. And so, it is also known for serving items such as Pav Bhaji, Paneer Biryani, and Paneer Makhanwala. Furthermore, a meal for two over here is slightly expensive and costs about Rs 500.
f. Narayan’s Dosa:
Situated in South Mumbai at Grant Road, is a South Indian restaurant known as Narayan’s Dosa. Situated in the Opera House area, this restaurant is renowned for delicacies such as Mysore Masala Dosa, Palak Paneer Dosa, Cheese Paneer Dosa, and Butter Soda Dosa. Furthermore, a meal for two at this restaurant is cheap, and is priced at about Rs 250.
g. Simbly South:
“Delicious South Indian food” is what a restaurant known as Simbly South situated in Ville Parle serves up. Renowned for delicacies such as gunpowder idli, medu vada, neer dosa, rava dosa, and garlic masala dosa, this restaurant also has an outlet at the Mahakali Caves area in Andheri East. In addition, this eatery provides a meal for two at a reasonable rate of about Rs 350.
h. Café Bharat:
“Dosa and idlis” is what a South Indian restaurant known as Café Bharat located in Churchgate. Known to provide good service, this eatery is renowned for delicacies such as Mysore Dosa, Uttapam, and Idlis. Furthermore, typical Maharashtrian snacks such as missal pav and vada pav is also served at this eatery. The cost of meal for two over here is about Rs 150.
i. Sneha Restaurant:
“Typical Kerala cuisine” is what a restaurant called Sneha situated in Mahim. It is renowned for delicacies such as beef fry, beef biryani, chicken masala, kappa biryani, and mutton masala that are cooked in Malabar style. It also provides for tea and filter coffee in terms of beverages. Furthermore, a meal for two at this eatery is inexpensive and costs about Rs 300.
j. Udipi Idli House:
“Delicious Idlis” is what a South Indian restaurant known as Udipi Idli House situated in Matunga is renowned for. Apart from the Kanchipuram Idli this restaurant is also known for delicacies such as Oondi Sambhar, and Khotto Sambhar. Furthermore, filter coffee is very popular over here. In terms of cost, a meal for two is reasonably priced at Rs 150.