Vada is a savoury doughnut. A popular snack throughout South India, these soft, crispy, and savoury fritters are the most famous snacks, and a must-have for breakfasts.
Dosa is an ancient South Indian crepe made of fermented rice and urad dal. Regular Dosas are slightly thicker and folded into a triangle or flipped over in halves, while Paper Dosas are bigger, thinner, crisper and rolled into a cylindrical shape. All Dosas are served with small side dishes of sambar and coconut chutney.
Traditional South Indian curries so good it will take you right into our land of warm ocean breezes, jasmine scented air, and swaying coconut trees.
All curries are served with Indian bread (for gluten-free options we will hold the bread), rice, papadum, spiced raitha and pickles
Biriyani is a fragrant South Indian one-pot dish made of rice, savoury and sweet spices, caramelized onions and herbs. Biriyani can be made with vegetables, meat, or seafood.
Kothu roti is a popular Sri Lankan street food, which is traditionally made with a chopped up flaky roti that is stir-fried with vegetables, or eggs, or any meat, and finished with a curry sauce.
Roti is unleavened whole-wheat flat bread, dry-cooked on a hot tava, while a paratha is cooked with some oil or ghee for softer bread.