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The Pongal

JayanagarSouth Bangalore  

  • 1861, South End C Cross, East End Main Road
3.7

3 Reviews / 3 Ratings

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The Pongal Reviews

yogikamat - Burrp User

yogikamat

3 Reviews

September 09,2010

4.0

Great dosa's,

This place is great for dosa's. They specialize in a numerous dosa's of the tamil variety, i.e., podi dosa, thanjavur dosa among others. They also have a category, which for lack of my tamil knowledge I will call special dosa. This includes "moong dal masala", "cabbage masala", some other dal masala dosa's. The masala is ofcourse for the stuffing.

The place looks dirty, but is fairly okay. They serve white chutney and tomato chutney (red chutney, definitely great) with every order.

You will also get a vada with a every dosa, which you can reject or accept. You have to pay for the vada if you accept.

Overall, I look forward to going to this place for breakfast every time I have to be around east end in the morning.

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best south indian food

i heard about this hotel.i like to visit this hotel .if they open one more branch in jp nagar.it will be very useful !

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For Pongal lovers

My friend who goes here for breakfast regularly, me made accompany him for the same during a weekend. A small congested place where the waiters understand only tamil, serve the hot pongal with coconut chutney. It tastes good, just like the pongal that’s served in the temples as “Prasad”.

They also make varieties of dosas like masala dosa, pudi dosa, plain dosa, paper dosa, onion dosa and many more. My jaw dropped looking at the way he making them. Makes one feel its too easy and simple to make all these varieties. In 2 minutes, am sure he atleast makes more than 12 dosas.

There was also something called as tanjore idly which I dint try. Looked attractive though. Mixes some masalas into it and heard that’s good too.

Ambience is not worth mentioning here.
Prices are very reasonable. Hence, mostly frequented by students and bachelors

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