Address: 2070 Rymal Rd E, Hannon, ON L0R 1P0
Mysore Masala Dosa: Dosai is a fermented Indian pancake made from rice and lentil dough. Masala Dosai is usually crisp with a filling of masala gravy inside. Mysore Masala Dosa usually has a paste of chilli and garlic paste spread on the inside of the dosa with masala potato filling. The dosa was quite big and crispy just as we had requested. I usually order the masala on the side for the dosa to retain the crispiness. The dosa was served along with a couple of chutneys and sambhar. The sambhar could have been thicker as it should be for a accompaniment of dosa. Verdict: Good to try.
Vegetable Pakora: A popular street food and snack from the Indian sub-continent. Pakoras are crispy fritters made from dough of gram flour, vegetables like onions, carrots, potatoes, carrots, cabagge, native spices and herbs. This usually goes very well with Indian Masala Chai. The pakoras were crispy and tasty. A good starter to try but go for their cut mirchi if you like it spicy. Verdict: Good try, but must try for cut mirchi.
Chilli Idli: Idly is a savoury rice cake prepared by baking fermented rice and lentil batter and is very popular in South India. For chilli Idly, the idly is cut into pieces and tossed with chilli sauce and vegetables like onions and green pepper. This was not really spicy and does not affect your taste pallette. For idly lovers this is not a starter for sure and a safe option. Verdict: Must Try
Channa Bhatura: Bhatura, a very popular dish from Northern India, a deep fried bread made of all purpose flour. It is also known as Chole Bhatura. Chole or Channa is made from cooking white channa along with spices, tomato and onion sauce, herbs, onions, garlic and ginger. The quantity of Channa Bhatura is quite large and would definitely fit a meal for one person. The taste was really good and I would recommend to have this hot. Verdict: Must try
Average Price: $10-$15 per person
Restaurant Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Overall Verdict: A good and improving Indian restaurant in Hamilton with both North and South Indian cuisines in their menu.
The food is tasty and flavorful. This place is known for Biryani and I have tried their Vegetable Dum Biryani and Daawat special dum biryani which according to me is a Must Try. The restaurant is a take out place for now and the owner has started to add some tables based on feedback from customers. I also spotted some picnic/patio tables at the spot, so dining during summer should be an option. The owner was open to accept feedback from customers and improve their standards. They have some good combos and weekly/monthly offers. The restaurant and grocery store is relatively new so they have room for improvement like adding more variety to their Dosa menu, sambhar and chutneys and some native Andhra special cuisine.