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I visited this restaurant in the evening with my friend. I really enjoyed this place. There are a wide range of South Indian dishes offered and I recommend the masala dosa. The service is very good and so is the atmosphere. I loved this place...More
In my experience, no matter what part of India anyone comes from, we all love dosas, idlis, vadas, sambhar and well made coconut chutney. These are universal favourites.
Looking for a dosa place, as our regular haunt was closed, I started googling and to my very pleasant surprise, discovered this downtown location.The visit was a complete success. We loved the food we ordered and decided to come back soon to try other dishes on their menu. Don't go there expecting a fancy interior or service. However, it is a spacious place, and modest, including the prices. Just go for the great food, and if looking for a drink, pair it with a cold beer.
This is a nice average place to sit at. They serve amazing Dosas just as we have in India. But other items we tried i.e. IDLI and Vada are not good at all. Idli are very soggy and Vada are very solid (not fluffy) as...More
Although I was impressed with the food the first time I went to Madras, my second visit was very disappointing. I called and made reservations for a special event on a weekday evening and when I arrived at the restaurant, I was told the restaurant...More
We visited Madras on our stay in Montreal and couldn't be happier with our experience. The food was delicious, plentiful and authentic. The service was prompt and polite, the waiter was very gentlemanly and professional. We ordered the chicken curry, vegetable biryani and lamb dosa....More
We went in for a quick lunch between sightseeing in Montreal. This place is close to the Museum of Fine Arts which was our next stop. The room is small and comfortable, on a first floor of a period building. The whole meal was accompanied...More
Recently went there with friends for dinner and was pleasantly surprised at the tasty and well priced menu. The only downsize is that the air conditioning wasn't working and as the venue recently got their liquor license, the staff was ill prepared to say what...More
I can't remember from memory, but I'm sure at lunch time there are the Thali options, which seemed what most of the people were getting. There are also several curry dishes, of course, several biryanis and some impressive... More
I can't remember from memory, but I'm sure at lunch time there are the Thali options, which seemed what most of the people were getting. There are also several curry dishes, of course, several biryanis and some impressive dishes served in 75 cm long Naan bread. There is also various starters and traditional drinks. The menu was 5 pages long.
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