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Dakshin Vilas

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Dakshin Vilas

Dakshin Vilas, what comes to one’s mind by the name is that one can get good tasty and delicious pure South Indian food. Yes, indeed it is true. If you are looking for some spicy Dosas and hot Vadas, then one must step in here, for authentic south Indian dishes and their prices are reasonable and lighter on the pocket too. Dakshin Vilas launched under the banner of C 3 Hospitality, has been drawing a huge crowd during the day. It is a nice place to hang out with family and friends. Dakshin Vilas located near Panjagutta, has a seating capacity of approximately 60 persons, inclusive of 30 persons in the A/C enclosure. One can plan special days here. The interiors of the restaurant are soothing for the eyes.

Opening its doors to gourmet lovers in February this year, Dakshin Vilas has already built a regular clientele. Dakshin Vilas Chef J Uday Kumar shared that there is regular family which comes in on Sunday at 7 AM for Breakfast. “It is a joint family and many of them love the variety of South Indian cuisines that the restaurant offers,” Uday Kumar said. The chef said that as of now the restaurant serves Telangana and Andhra Vegetarian delicacies only. “But, there are plans to add specials from other South Indian states too,” he said.

On Saturday, the day, I stepped in to taste the delicacies, the special for the day was ‘Makka Garelu with Payasam’.  The chef enlightened that this was a farmer’s meal in Karim Nagar. Indeed biting into the Makka Garelu, I realized that it was yummy and filling too. Payasam too was not very sugary but the sweetness was very right.

To get a taste of the spicy content of Telangana delicacy, one sampled the ‘Pacchi Mirchi Karam Dosa’ and ‘Kothmir Karam Dosa’. Indeed the taste buds relished the Karam Dosas. It was difficult to say which was the spiciest of the lot. If one wants to savour something hot and spicy, once can give this a shot.

For those, who love to savour different items every day, Dakshin Vilas has a special daily. On Mondays, there is Karvepaku Annam, Tuesdays - Fried Idly, Wednesday - Alsanda Vada, Thursday – Pudina Ulli Annam, Friday – Korra Annam, Saturday – Makka Garelu Payasam and Sunday – Vellulipaya Gonguru Annam. For those who want nothing less than a regular thali, there is Dakshin Vilas Meals consisting of rice, chapatti, pappu, dry vegetable, veg. curry, rasam, sambar, papad pickle, curd and sweet. If you are stepping at Lunch time, the restaurant offers Paratha Khurma, Chapathi Khurma, Dahi Vada, Chole Bhatura and Curd Rice too. The bottom line of the restaurant founders is to dish out healthy and nutritious meals.

Dakshin Vilas

In the rice section, there is Tomato rice, Bise Bela Bhath and Vegetable Pulao. “To cater to the taste buds of youngsters, we also have Chinese dishes,” Uday Kumar said. Among the choices, there is Vegetable Manchurian dry, Gobi Chilli, Paneer 65, Crispy Chilli Corn, Vegetable Fried Rice, Paneer Manchurian Fried Rice, Vegetable soft noodles, Szechuan soft noodles and Shanghai rice noodles.

South Indian breakfast delicacies include Tomato Bhath, Upma and Upma Pessarattu. The regulars include various varieties of Idly, beginning with plain Idly, mini Sambar Idly, Neyi Karam Idly, Single Idly Single Vada, two Idly Single Vada. On the advice of the Chef, I did taste Vada, and I can vouch that it is different from those that is made elsewhere.

The Dosa specialties include Plain Dosa, Masala Dosa, Vellullipaya Karam Dosa, Onion Dosa, Onion Pessararttu, Plain Utthappam, Onion Utthappam, Set Utthappam, Rava Dosa, Onion Rava Dosa and Masala Rava Dosa.

Chef Uday Kumar said that the restaurant also dishes out tangier and tastier Chaats from 3 PM onwards.  A meal for two costs Rs. 220 and a snack for two will cost Rs. 150.

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