The standard South Indian fare was unexceptionable. We enjoyed the genuine flavours but enjoyed the equally genuine desire to make it an enjoyable experience for us even more. We went with young children. At one point the kind gentleman who owns this clean, basic establishment was practically feeding my three year old! We found the warmth shown to us very touching. Our tuck took driver had called in for directions as we set out for the restaurant, and we found the hospitable proprietor waiting for us by the street-side as we arrived. The sambar, with free refills, was very good with lovely idles and dosas. The coconut chutney and sambol was wonderful. A took took was found for us and the manager even arranged a reasonable fare for us in advance, more competitive than had been demanded from us for the same journey earlier. All in all, if you are after an experience that offers the originality and easy, working class friendliness which is more everyday and genuine than the typical posh, highly commercialised restaurant, this small, family run restaurant is un-missable and the family's hospitality unforgettable. The food is lovingly prepared and every possible care is taken to offer you it in a clean if basic environment. For the hour or so we spent there, we were made to feel like family guests and treated like valued friends. Oh, and for a family of five, with kids, doing full justice to the great food, it cost us less than $4!
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