-By Rashmi Uday Singh
So what if this heaven is very small and very basic? t's sparklingly clean, serves superb, traditional, home-style idlis at very reasonable prices (Rs. 18-28). Idli House should be renamed Idli Heaven for its outstanding idlis! I They are steamed fresh and served hot! I love the Mudho Idli. Steamed in Kedki (kewra) leaves, it is unique. Accompanying them are fragrant Rasam, Sambhar and a tasty Coconut Chutney. The Oondi Idli is round and full of freshly-grated coconut while the Khotto Idli is large and cone-shaped and is steamed in jackfruit leaves. The Pepper Idli is superb! The banana-leaf steamed and dry-fruit enriched Kanchipuram Idli, Kakdi (cucumber) Idli and Idli Upma, enlivened with crunchy sev, are all delicious. You must ask for their white, wobbly blob of Coimbatore Butter on top of every single Idli and eat it with the delightful Molagapodi and Limbdapodi, served with edible Coconut Oil and Sesame Oil. The Plain Idli is priced at Rs. 18 and the Kanchipuram Idli - the most expensive one - costs Rs. 28. Filter Coffee (Rs. 16) is worth trying. My cribs? The place is cramped and closed from 2.30pm to 4pm. How strange is that?
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