A YouTube channel called Street Byte, which is followed by V, occasionally or regularly, which am not very sure of, hosted an episode covering Taaza Kitchen. V got fully attracted to it and decided to give it a try, taking along with him whoever is ready for the trial. We, being food lovers in general, were in for the trial. FIL was out of station and the rest of us decided to go, with A joining reluctantly, as she’s right now not a big fan of South Indian tiffins. I say, right now, explicitly, because I hope she enjoys them as much as I do, in the future days.
Coming to the topic of discussion, Taaza Kitchen is well maintained and has got a nice ambience with friendly staff . Those drawings are eye catching !!
The pricing is quite reasonable.
Everything is served fresh and piping hot and is tasty too. I missed pictures of Dosa, Khara Bath and Kesari Bath, obviously lost in relishing their taste !
If you are looking for South Indian food that’s fresh, tasty and economical, you can definitely give this place a try.
We used this visit as an opportunity to show this part of the city, that’s flooded with innumerable companies, to other family members and gave them an idea of our daily struggles with the commute routine.
Ok, now coming to the second discovery, Ofen was used by us as a place to give A, a treat after her exam results were out.
It’s a small place with an attached bakery.
The dishes served tasted authentic.
The automobile, that was used in the times of World War, put at the entrance as a display, is a special attraction.
Photo Courtesy of the above photo : Zomato, as I couldn’t trace the one that I clicked !
What are your discoveries ?
Hoping to discover some more nice things in the coming days…