Andhra Tahli, Bangalored
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My friends and I used to frequently visit this place 3 years back…
The ambience remains the same, but, it gets tooooooo crowded during the peak hours. To avoid this, one has to be really early and catch hold of their tables.
Though they specialize in andhra cuisine, the north-indian cuisine food available is good as well. The starters, fish fry, chicken 65, etc.. are perfectly cooked with right spices.
I’d generally go for the thali (they have only unlimited thalis), as that’s what they specialize in and for all the other cuisine they provide, I could taste it in a more authentic place.
The thali consists of the papad, the pulusu, pappu (dal for non-telgites), rasam, sambhar, 2 kinds of subzi, fresh curd and sweet. One could mix the rice with rasam and sambhar with oodles of ghee :)
You could also use the chutney pudi (garlic and groundnut based) and the Gongura chutney placed on the tables.
The service is quick and prompt. You may not get to spend too much time and relaxingly enjoy your food, specially during the peak hours as it gets terrible crowded.
FYI: They have a separate kitchen to cook the veg and the non-veg food. So, pure vegetarians could try this place anytime without any apprehensions and hassles
This is the place to be for people who love to eat rice in large quantities. And yes, the thali here is Bangalored - its not as spicy as the original andhra cuisine
Nandhini Paradise is located @ 27th cross (opp. Karnataka bank) 4th block, Jayanagar, Bangalore
Phone 26991199, 26991111
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