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With its outlets spread across Delhi and NCR, Sagar Ratna has become a byword for South Indian fast food. A price-friendly option for vegetarians, this chain serves the vegetarian food of Karnataka as opposed to that of Tamil Nadu, which also has idlis and dosas, albeit with subtle differences in the taste. All Sagar Ratna outlets have a high degree of standardization, lightning-fast service and thali meals as well as snacks like idlis, dosas, Uttapams and Upmas. Sagar's affordable Fixed Thali is recommended for those who wish to have a full meal. Otherwise, try the Onion Rava Masala Dosa, the rice-dish-in-a-meal Bisi Bele Huli Anna and the Dahi Vadas, which are all good here. The Defence Colony and The Ashok hotel outlets are the most genteel. For the rest, don't go looking for ambience: This is a strictly functional chain and the prices are proof.

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Don't go to McDee if you are afraid of the crowds; you might even have to wait for a table. The combination of McChicken Burger, French Fries and Coca-Cola is a hit. The French Fries, always hot and crisp, have their own fans too. Soft Serves, Flavour Burst and McShakes are classics and value for money. Kids find McDonald's interesting because of the Happy Meal toys, occasionally free balloons and masks, and the vibrant ambience. However, in its attempt to Indianize itself — McAloo Tikki, McVeggie, McShahi Curry and the chutney-laced Chicken McGrill — the chain appears to have lost its USP. Worth the occasional visit, it has an impressive standardization of food and service. You don't need to go far to go to McDee.

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