Street Flavours,Tamil Style

Published: 15th January 2015 05:59 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th January 2015 05:59 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI: Across Tamil Nadu’s highways, one can experience the touch of a local menu at thattukadais (roadside eateries). The people, food, ambience, radio, old music, benches, handwritten menus and crockery are one of a kind, leaving behind memories of years gone past.

Tamil-Style-1.jpgMalgudi at the Savera Hotel has taken the Pongal festivities as an opportunity to provide the thattukadai experience in one venue. Food stalls spread across the event space will have the best of Tamil Nadu street food spread out between January 16 and 18.

Kadai Kondattam

Bajji Kadai

Venkaya Bajji, Urulai Kizhangu Bajji, Milaga Bajji, Kaara Bonda, Inipu Bonda

Dosai Kadai

Dosai, Chutney Dosai, Curry Dosai, Muttai Dosai, Kozhi Dosai              

Varuval Kadai

Muttai Podimass, Chicken

Sukka, Mutton Sukka, Kozhi Porichadu

Meen Kadai

Paraimeen Varuval,

Kadamba Meen

(Porichadhu), Nethili Meen (Porichadhu), Kanava (Porichadu), Era (Porichadu)        

Aachi Kadai

Ela Kozhukattai, Raagi Kozhukattai, Uppuma

Kozhukattai, Arisi Murukku, Ribbon Pakodas,

Paniyaram, Vellai Paniyaram, Poli

Soda Kadai

Soda, Jigarthanda, Karumbu Juice

Tea Kadai

Coffee, Tea, Masala Paal, Sukku Coffee,

Inippu Vagaigal

Kadala Maavu Laddu, Jangiri, Sada Mysore Paaku, Tirunelveli Halwa, Srivilliputhur Paal Kova

Tamil-Style.jpgThe Tamil Nadu Street Food Fest will be complemented by other shopping stalls that will sell street products like fancy items, junk jewellery and more.

The highlights of the Tamil Nadu Food Fest will be live Tamil folk music and dance acts. Artistes from across the State are invited to perform during the food fest.

The Tamil Nadu Street Food Festival at Malgudi is on between January 16 to 18 and is open for dinner only. Prices at stalls range from Rs 50 to Rs 250.

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