Best South Indian Restaurants Mumbai Coworking

The Best South Indian Restaurants In Mumbai in 2019

Who doesn’t love South Indian food? The cuisine is simple yet delicious. The food, the variety, aroma and

Who doesn’t love South Indian food? The cuisine is simple yet delicious. The food, the variety, aroma and the flavors of South Indian food is cherished throughout the nation. No wonder, the craving in Mumbai for South Indian cuisine is immense. The most tempting quality of this cuisine is, it’s so difficult to control its hunger. We have made a list of the best South Indian Restaurants in Mumbai to help you satisfy your cravings. Mumbai Coworking is here to save the day for all the South Indian food enthusiasts in the city.

Here’s our list of the best South Indian Restaurants in Mumbai. Keep eating, keep exploring.

CAFE MADRAS:

 

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Cafe Madras was started in 1940, it’s loved by all the food enthusiasts ever since. It is the ideal place for some authentic, delicious South Indian dishes. Their trademark dishes include Panpoli, a desert of banana & jaggery and the Rasam Vada. Cafe Madras is one of the favorites among the South Indian restaurants in Mumbai.

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Location: No. 391/B, Ground Floor, Kamakshi Building, Bhaudaji Road, Kings Circle, Matunga East, Mumbai 400019

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Cost for two: Rs.250/- for two (approx)

Hours: 7.30AM to 2.30PM and 4 PM to 10.30 PM.

Contact: 022 24014419

Rating: 4.5/5

BANANA LEAF:

 

 

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Banana Leaf is known for its authentic South Indian cuisine. Their menu boasts of dishes from all over south India, with all their regional variations. Apart from the traditional idli and dosa, they have evolved to atypical dishes in keeping with the trends serving Oatmeal Uttapam, Potato Medu Vada and Ragi Dosa, to name a few. Banana Leaf has the perfect combination of authentic traditional dishes as well as delicious modern dishes.

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Location: Shubham CHS, Opposite Vikram Petrol Pump, Juhu Versova Link Road, 7 Bungalows, Andheri West,
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Cost for two: Rs.900/- for two (approx)

Hours: From 11 AM to 11 PM (Mon to Sun).

Contact: 022 49749547

Rating: 4/5

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DAKSHINAYAN:

 

 

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You will spot this small South Indian Restaurant on the Walkeshwar circle located in the posh neighbourhood of the Malabar Hills. Dakshinayan has an extensive menu that specializes in vegetarian Tamil cuisine. It is well-known for its dosas. Dakshinayan is a popular pick with those who love authentic South Indian food in Mumbai. You must try the Adai Dosai, Appams, Dahi Vada, Medu Vada along with the famous tomato-garlic chutney, Molagapodi (gunpowder) and Rasam. Dakshinayan also has outlets in Juhu and Tardeo.

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Location: 183, Teen Batti Road, Walkeshwar, Malabar Hill, Mumbai 400006

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Cost for two: Rs 600/- for two (approx)

Hours: 11am – 3pm, 6pm – 11pm

Contact: 022 23676701/022 23811188

Rating: 4/5

 

MANI’S LUNCH HOME VEG RESTAURANT:

 

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Mani’s Lunch Home Veg Restaurant is known for its affordable price and some of the best South Indian food in Mumbai. Not many restaurants come close to them, as the essence of local South Indian food is found here. Looking forward to having the best Rava Masala Dosa in Mumbai, go on and knock the doors of Mani’s Lunch Home Veg Restaurant.

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Address: Plot. No. 153/C. Mhaskar Building, Lakshmi Narayan Road, Matunga, Dadar, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400019

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Cost For Two: Rs 500/- for two (approx)

Hours: 7 AM To 10.30 PM

Ratings: 4/5

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ARYA BHAVAN:

 

 

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Arya Bhavan is considered as the blessing for South-Indian food in Mumbai. Counted as one of the best South Indian Restaurants in Mumbai, the taste of the food here triggers the emotion of cravings especially the Bisi belle bhaath, Mysore masala dosa, and Mangla Pudi. Not only the food, but the service has also impressed the customers.

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Address: Shop No. 9 & 10, Bhanujyoti Building Opposite Matunga Central Railway Station, Lakhamsi Napoo Rd, Matunga, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400019

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Cost For Two: Rs 400/- for two (approx)

Opening Hours: 7.30 AM To 11 PM

Rating: 4.3/5

 

SIMBLY SOUTH:

 

 

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A highly rated place in Andheri East, that welcomes all the South-Indian cravings whole-heartedly. So, if your taste buds want to experience best south Indian snacks then blindly follow the way to Simbly South. They have the intensity to impress thousands by pampering them with their best dishes. Never miss on their gunpowder idli and filter coffee as they have turned out to be the best South Indian Restaurants in Mumbai.

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Address: 280-285, Gulmohar Marg, Sanjay Nagar, Sher E Punjab Colony, Andheri East, Sher E Punjab Colony, Andheri East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400093

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Cost For Two: Rs 350/- for two (approx)

Hours: 8 AM To 3 PM, 5 PM To 10 PM

Rating: 3.8/5

THAMBI:

 

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Thambi is a favorite place for college students. It is famous all over the city for South Indian dishes. Thambi is known for good quality and quantity of food they serve. If you want to try something different then eat pizza dosa. If you love Pizza and Dosa you’ll surely love this deadly combination. The pasta dosa at Thambi is a crowd favourite as well.

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Address: Balkrishna Niwas Add. to Welingkar College, LN Road, Matunga East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400019

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Cost for two: Rs 350/- for two (approx)

Hours: 8 am to 10 pm

Rating: 3.6/5

UDIPI IDLI HOUSE:

 

 

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Idli House specializes in idlis (like the name wasn’t self-explanatory). Idli House serves over 13 varieties of idlis. The idlis are served alongside delicious sambhar, rasam and coconut chutney. Located in Matunga, it is frequented by hordes of students. Idli House is known for Khotto Idli, Rava Idli, and Oondi idli. They’re served hot in jackfruit and banana leaves alongside the lip-smacking Molgapodi (gunpowder).

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Address: 462, Ram Bhavan, Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Road, Maheshwari Udyan, Kings Cir, Matunga, CR, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400019

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Cost for two: ₹150 for two people (approx)

Hours: 7am – 2:30pm, 4pm – 10pm

Rating: 4.1/5

DAKSHIN CULTURE CURRY:

 

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Dakshin Culture Curry is known for delectable South Indian dishes. They serve various varieties from Hyderabadi to Mangalorean to Chettinad cuisine. Dakshin Culture Curry is easily accessible from all parts of the city and it is not very expensive either. The restaurant is known for its signature dishes like the Kerala Stew, Chicken Chettinad, Meen Kuzhambu, Appam, and sambhar.

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Address: Near Hinduja Hospital, Takandas Kataria Marg, City Light, Matunga West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400016

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Cost: ₹1,700 for two people (approx)

Hours: 12noon – 3:30pm, 7pm – 12midnight

Rating: 4.1/5

 

THANGABALI:

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If you are looking out for varied flavors of Southern India, then Thangabali is your place. ‘Uppittu and Chicken Curry’ is a dish that is worth trying. The ‘Veg Theeyal and Rice’ is an unmissable miss for vegetarians. Thangabali is known for its fresh seafood. You get to eat flavourful food which isn’t overpowered with spices. Thangabali is a value-for-money restaurant.

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Address: Shop No 3,4,5, Ground Floor, Manmohan Bhavan, Takandas Kataria Marg, Mahim West, Mahim, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400016

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Cost: ₹1,000 for two people (approx)

Hours: 7am – 11am, 12noon – 4pm, 7pm – 12midnight

Rating: 4.4/5

Hotel Ram Ashray:

 

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The Tamarind Rice and the Masala Dosa takes pride of place in this eatery. These dishes are simply ethereal, in accompaniment with Pineapple Sheera or a bottled Lassi.

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Location: Bhandarkar Road, Matunga East.

Cost for two: Rs.200/- approximately.

Hours: 5 AM to 9.30 PM (Tue to Sun).

Contact: 022 24102369, 022 24102623.

Café Mysore:

 

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If home cooked South Indian meal is your forte, you need not look beyond this restaurant. They pride in their simplicity while flaunting such lip-smacking dishes like Neer Dosa and Idli Gadbad. This is among the authentic South Indian restaurants in Mumbai.

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Location: 461, Nishant Building, Matunga East.

Cost for two: Rs.250/- approximately.

Hours: 7 AM to 10 PM (Mon to Sun, Wed closed).

Contact: 022 24021230.

South of Vindhyas:

 

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This is ideal for foodies who cherish spicy fare. Authentic, delicious food accompanied with some music makes the eating experience one to remember-however, this will suit only niche clientele when compared to other South Indian restaurants in Mumbai.

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Location: Orchid Hotel, 70C, Nehru Road, Vile Parle East.

Cost for two: Rs.2500/- approximately.

Hours: 7 AM to 10.30 AM, 12 Noon to 3 PM and 7 PM to 11.45 PM (Mon to Sun).

Contact: 022 26164040.

A Rama Nayak:

 

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This place has legendary antecedents and is steeped in history. Famed for the most delicious authentic South Indian food, it is considered to be pioneers in the introduction of South Indian restaurants in Mumbai.

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Location: 2/461 A, Ram Niwas, King Circle, Matunga East.

Cost for two: Rs.350/- approximately.

Hours: 11 AM to 11 PM (Mon to Sun, Thu closed).

Contact: 022 24010571.

Sharda Bhavan:

 

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For a Mangalorean breakfast, this eatery is an ideal choice. They have some great morning dishes to offer in the form of Medu Vada, Ulundu Dosa, Kaidi Idli, and Masala Milk.

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Location: Opposite Matunga Railway Station, Lakhamsi Napoo Road, Matunga East, Mumbai

Cost for two: Rs.200/- approximately.

Hours: 7.30 AM to 8.30 PM (Mon to Sun, Wed closed).

Contact: 022 24141271.

Hotel Deluxe:

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Would you be game for some home-made Malayalam food? This place is famous for exactly such a fare. Enjoy the delectable non-vegetarian Kerala cuisine in the form of Karimeen Fry, Kakka and Kallummakaya. Savor such authentic snacks as Banana Fry, Rice Ada, and Neyyappam.

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Location: 10-A, Pitha Street, Opposite Lane of Citi Bank, Fort.

Cost for two: Rs.300/- approximately.

Hours: 7 AM to  Midnight (Mon to Sun).

Contact: 022 22042351, 022 66559914.

Dakshin Coastal:

 

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Among the upscale south Indian restaurants in Mumbai, their fare includes delicacies from Chettinad, Nellore, Mangalore, Mysore, and Tanjore. The dishes to try are Meen Polichattu, Kal Dosa, Neer Dosa, Prawn Igroo, Kori Roast, and assorted fish curries to tickle your taste buds.

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Location: ITC Maratha Hotel, Andheri East.

Cost for two: Rs.5000/- approximately.

Hours: 7 PM  11.45 PM (Mon to Sun).

Contact: 022 30151438.

These are our favorite South Indian Restaurants in Mumbai. Let us know what do you think about them in the comments section below.

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