-By Swati Sucharita
Despite the addition of four more outlets, the oldest and most popular branch in Banjara Hills is always bustling. At Chutneys the focus remains plain hogging on South Indian tiffin. On the menu, is also a North Indian menu like Chole Bhature and Chinese snacks of the Hakka Noodles variety, both of which are passable. Instead go for the Babai Idli, Masala Dosa and MLA Pesarattu. The latter never ceases to delight, with the hot upma filling, spiked with finely chopped green chillies, sharpening your palate. The Steam Dosa, we would argue, is hyped, and so are the four mini-uttapams in different flavours. The chutneys are unfailingly fresh and delicious, though, and the fragrant filter coffee at the end of any meal is always a delight. You also get an assortment of fresh fruit juices and buttermilk, sweet lassi etc, like any good South Indian vegetarian restaurant. For lunch, there are vegetarian thalis, which are quite fulfilling.
Review posted within last 6 month
The food is exceptionally good. The variety of Chutneys you get is superb. Try the Masala Dosa and Onion Utthapam.
Favorite Dishes / Drinks: Masala Dosa, Onion Utthapam
Review posted more than a year ago
The menu of Chutneys Coffee House offers many dishes of different cuisine, but I likes their south Indian dishes and to be very specific i love Masala dosa and buttermilk here. In fact, MLA Pesarattu is another dish i like eating at Chutneys Coffee House.
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