Get on the highway to Udupi

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Get on the highway to Udupi

Crispy : One of the dishes on the menu. At any time during the day, the self-served-open kitchen eatery bustles with customers. It is because of its strategic location and the taste it provides. The eatery is a big hit among the office and college crowd, who frequently turn up for chats and the North Indian delicacies.

In the mornings, the place serves only South Indian items, which are ideal for breakfast. North Indian food and chats come only as lunch. 

Manorama Shambu, the owner of this joint, started the eatery along with her husband nine years ago. In her absence, Jagadish, the manager takes care of the customers. “For breakfast, people like to have South Indian items like Idli-Vada, Dosa, Rice Bath and puri sambar. College students, who come in the evening, normally go for North-Indian, Chinese and chat items,” says Jagadish.

 The North-Indian menu consists of soups, papad, salad, paneer special, kadai special, tandoori special. A whole range of raithas, manchurian and paneer items too come in many tastes and flavours.


 Mayank, a student of PES College, visits the food joint frequently. He likes to pick up curd vada, onion dosa and Manchurian items.
    “The place is a big hit among my friends. I like the variety of raithas such as the ones made with tomato, pineapple, Kashmiri, boondi raitha and the mixed one. I also have a craving for the sweet and sour curd vada and hot and crispy onion dosa. In the evening,” says Mayank.

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