South-Indian Fare at The Boulevard

Head to Rangoli Metro to taste delectable goodies as you watch the world go by on MG Road.

Published: 15th August 2015 01:10 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th August 2015 01:10 AM   |  A+A-

MG ROAD:  If you are looking for soulful South Indian food, Dasaprakash is the right place to head to.You can gorge on  delicious dosas and soulful filter kaapi at the Boulevard, among many other delights. Spread across the elevated area at the Rangoli Metro, the restaurant serves amazing South-Indian breakfast and snacks, sandwiches and juices and South-Indian meals. The restaurant has a transparent vibe that gives guests a glimpse of the passing traffic on the busy MG Road on one side  and the stretch of greenery on the other. The white canopy with sunshine seeping through it, makes the ambience really charming.  The place gets even nicer in the evening.

South.jpgOf all the delicacies in the restaurant, dosas, idlis and filter kaapi are among the favorites. The  variety of dosas ranges from plain to cheesy. The buttery soft masala dosas are served with a   decent amount of aloo masala along with red, white and green chutney. And the sambhar makes it the perfect breakfast for dosa lovers. Mangalore bondas, soups and sandwiches are some of the other offerings.

South-India.jpgThe restaurant compared to other big South Indian food joints, is a simple one but elegant. Food is served in plates made out of areca nut leaves and there are separate kiosks in the long cafe. The seating is both high and low.

The restaurant is open from 6 am to 11 pm, making it convenient for the commuters of the Metro to quell hunger pangs.  Dasaprakash is also easy on your pocket.


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