Relish foods on green banana leaves at Banana LeafJune 29, 2013
Rating: 3.5 out of 5
If you are a die-hard fan of South Indian delicacies then Banana Leaf is a must visit place for you. Situated on Rashbehari Avenue behind Vindhyas, Banana Leaf is a perfect choice for trying authentic South Indian delicacies. Contrary to their simple get up, their culinary art is really impressive. After tasting South Indian preparations in many food joints in Kolkata, I am bound to give Banana Leaf a high rating because of their superbly prepared dosas, idlis, upma and a lot of other South Indian dishes.
Service is also quite prompt and you will never feel disappointed or see your chutney and samber bowls empty because someone will fill your add-on bowls from time to time even before you call for it. To start with their culinary skills, any item you order is served on clean and fresh green banana leaves over a plate. This typical South Indian way of representation is really very alluring if you want a traditional south Indian culinary experience.
The dosas and vadas are very crisp and soft. Idlis are also very soft. Now, we all know that dosa-idli-vada are some common South Indian dishes that almost all South Indian eateries serve, but if you want to go beyond this, Banana Leaf is the right place. There is hardly any other restaurant that offers such a wide variety of South Indian delicacies. Paniyarams, Puttu, Idiyappam, etc. are some excellent preparations here along with their special thali and varieties of rice preparations. The thali consists of so many items that it is more than enough for a person. Another important thing about their chutney or rasam is that it is always fresh and they never serve old chutney that leaves an excessive sour taste on your palate. In addition, their prices are nominal as well.
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