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south indian Restaurants in Surat

(17 Restaurants found)
4.0
Green Apple - The Restaurant
Cost for Two: ₹400.00
Rajhans Multiplex Lane,Beside Jaagnath Mahadev Temple, Pal, Surat, Gujarat
5.0
Basant Vihar Restaurant
Cost for Two: ₹400.00
33, 1st Floor, Sheetal Shopping Square, Near Turning Point,Bhatar Road, Surat, Gujarat
4.0
Cafe Piano - The Grand Bhagwati
Cost for Two: ₹1000.00
4th Floor Lobby, Hotel Wing, TGB, Magdalla Circle, Dumas Road, Surat, Gujarat
5.0
Madras Cafe
Cost for Two: ₹150.00
L-17, Chandani Chowk Apt. Behind Nandi Park Soc, Piplod, Surat, Gujarat
Cost for Two: ₹900.00
The Gateway Hotels,Ambaniketan, Surat-Dumas Road, Athwalines, Surat, Gujarat
Cost for Two: ₹500.00
G-3, Western Business Park, Near Ambani School, Udhana-Magdalla Road, Vesu, Surat, Gujarat
Cost for Two: ₹700.00
3rd Floor, iscone Mall, Opp. Rajhans Cinema, Piplod, Surat, Gujarat
4.0
Bombay Blue
Cost for Two: ₹900.00
Nr. Magdalla Circle,Opp. L & T Colony,Surat-Dumas Road, Surat, Gujarat
Cost for Two: ₹300.00
Bhurakhiya Arcade, Opp. Everest Gas Point, Surat Kamrej Road, Surat, Gujarat
3.0
Flow Cafe - The Gateway Hotel
Cost for Two: ₹1500.00
The Gateway Hotels,Ambaniketan, Surat-Dumas Road, Athwalines, Surat, Gujarat

South Indian cuisine is the native cuisine of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu the four states of southern India. The three regions of Andhra Pradesh have their own variations, telangana region do share some of Central Indian and Vidharba region of Maharashtra, the region has more Jowar and Bajra based rotis in their main staple menu. The Coastal region also having a long coastline has a distinctive taste with various cuisines sea-food .Hyderabad has altogether different cuisine from other Andhra cuisines. Biryani is very famous in that region which has some very spicy flavor. Tamil nadu, Karnataka and Kerala have different cuisines to offer.