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What You'll Get
South Indian cuisine spans a range of flavors: from the spicy taste of Andhra chillies to the mild taste of Kerala's coconut curries to the supermild taste of a folded napkin you put all the way in your mouth. Taste real South Indian food with this Groupon.
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- $10 for $20 worth of vegetarian South Indian cuisine for two
- $20 for $40 worth of vegetarian South Indian cuisine for four
Mylapore’s menu explores the spices of South Indian cuisine with specialties such as masala dosa—a lentil-and-rice crepe served with fresh coconut chutney and a dipping soup of lentils and vegetables ($7.99). Diners can balance these savory flavors with sweeter offerings, such as the gulab jamun—fried balls of cottage cheese saturated with rose-flavored honey and sugar syrup ($3.49).
The Fine Print
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Chefs dunk their ladles into an array of batters—one composed of ground rice and lentils, one blended from semolina and wheat, and another made from broken wheat and rice flour. Once spread upon the grill, these cook into a crepe called a dosa, which comes with chutney made from coconut grated fresh every hour. These dosas and other vegetarian dishes explore the lightness, spiciness, and breadth of flavors found in South Indian cuisine.
Mylapore—named after a neighborhood in Chennai—keeps the spirit of local eating at heart by eschewing frozen vegetables in favor of fresh produce from nearby farmers' markets. Also, beyond the individual South Indian dishes, guests can experience family-style thali dining, which changes regularly based on what's in season. The chefs, meanwhile, insist on doing as much as possible by hand, from pickling to sun drying herbs to relaying orders with finger puppets.