MADRAS ANAND BHAVAN LLC

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Vegetarian South Indian dishes including saag paneer and masala dosai

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Promotional value expires Nov 29, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Valid for dinner only. Not valid for catering. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$15 for $30 Worth of South Indian Food for Dinner

Entrees include saag paneer ($8.99)—spinach and cheese cooked in heavy cream and spices—fresh veggies simmered in cashew gravy ($8.99), and masala dosai, a rice-and-lentil crêpe stuffed with potato masala ($7.99). See the full menu here.

Madras Ananda Bhavan

At Madras Ananda Bhavan, a glossy red stone floor reflects the glow of amber pendant chandeliers, as traditional Indian artwork pulsates against burnt-orange and mustard-yellow walls. The warm decor complements the restaurant’s vast menu of fiery South Indian cuisine. Chili, coconut, and ginger pervade more than a dozen curry dishes that jolt tongues out of a stamp-licking stupor, and rice-and-lentil crêpes, or dosai, cradle chunks of tender potatoes and cheese. To refresh palates, diners can sip mango lassi and rose milk or sample traditional Indian desserts such as gulab jamun, fried dough balls dunked in sugar syrup and cardamom.

Madras Ananda Bhavan

At Madras Ananda Bhavan, which celebrates its one-year anniversary on September 23rd, a glossy red stone floor reflects the glow of amber pendant chandeliers, as traditional Indian artwork pulsates against burnt-orange and mustard-yellow walls. The warm decor complements the restaurant’s vast menu of fiery South Indian cuisine. Chili, coconut, and ginger pervade more than a dozen curry dishes that jolt tongues out of a stamp-licking stupor, and rice-and-lentil crêpes, or dosai, cradle chunks of tender potatoes and cheese. To refresh palates, diners can sip mango lassi and rose milk or sample traditional Indian desserts such as gulab jamun, fried dough balls dunked in sugar syrup and cardamom.

Customer Reviews

Thank you for making our dining experience so memorable. You made us feel very welcome and the food was fantastic!
Julie T. · March 31, 2013
There is a need for improvement for North Indian Food. South Indian food is great.
Pankaj M. · December 12, 2012
Met friends there and had a lovely meal together. Will bring another couple with us next time who would enjoy your food.
Marilyn Z. · December 11, 2012

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