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You can also ask for papadum should you wish to snack on something, hehe. It is thinly crispy and full of spices aroma, not too salty either. Another staple food of Chennai worth to try is their Butter Naan Bread. The bread is nicely kneaded and thinly rolled that gives it a very enjoyable crispiness. If were to compare with Naan bread from Nawab, I think this eatery has done really a much better job! The butter was served melted on the surface of the freshly baked naan from the oven. It can be
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You can also ask for papadum should you wish to snack on something, hehe. It is thinly crispy and full of spices aroma, not too salty either.
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Another staple food of Chennai worth to try is their Butter Naan Bread. The bread is nicely kneaded and thinly rolled that gives it a very enjoyable crispiness. If were to compare with Naan bread from Nawab, I think this eatery has done really a much better job! The butter was served melted on the surface of the freshly baked naan from the oven. It can be quite addictive too, hehe.
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Overall, this dinner served to be a mind-boggling one, at least for me
We enjoyed the whole meal on banana leaf, just the authentic way of savouring delicacy from the Eastern of the Indian subcontinent.

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