Restaurant Review - Dakshinayan, Juhu
Dakhsinayan doesn’t need any introduction. Its been around for a really long time. No frills, simply popular because of the authentic food they have been serving years after years. Located in Juhu, next to Iskon Temple, #Dakshinanyan does not allow table reservations. It’s a first come first serve basis only. Especially on weekends, you must be ready to wait for minimum 45 mins to 1 hr if you wish to eat here. But trust me the wait it worth it !
Its a simple place and I think its simplicity pleases its diners. Their food is always on point. An elaborate menu, always has the dishes available.
Tip - Go there empty stomach because you are sure to hog !
Location : Juhu. Near Iskon Temple
What to eat :
Rasam : Do not start your meal without this as an appetizer. Its a must !
Kancheepuram Idli ( this comes with vegetables and peppers seasoning)
Thayir Idli ( Curd Idli )
Ambassador Idli : Mini idlis soaked in Sambar and garnished with coconut, spices and onion.
Nei Masala Dosai ( Ghee Masala Dosa)
Any of the rice preparations - Thakalli Sadam ( Tomato Rice) , Piyadorai ( Tamarind Rice), Sambar / Rasam Rice
or Bisibelle Huliaana - this ones cooked with vegetables and pulses. Its too delicious.
And don't forget to wash it down with a glass of fresh chaas ( buttermilk)
To sum it all, anything you eat here is a delight to your taste-buds.
Total cost per person does not exceed more than 600 Rs.
Go try !
NOTE - This was not a review