Exclusive restaurant for Appams in Hyderabad

Exclusive restaurant for Appams in Hyderabad
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Nalaas Aappakada, a Tamil Nadu based chain of restaurants, which has outlets in India and overseas, forays to Hyderabad with a new restaurant at Road No 45, Jubilee Hills.

Tamil Nadu-based chain of restaurants forays to Hyderabad

Nalaas Aappakada, a Tamil Nadu based chain of restaurants, which has outlets in India and overseas, forays to Hyderabad with a new restaurant at Road No 45, Jubilee Hills.

The restaurant will serve 12 varities of appams and many other vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes, which include Indian, Chinese, Tandoori, Chettinad and meals from Kanyakumari in South India.

Appam, a type of South Indian pancake, is made with fermented rice batter and coconut milk. It is a popular food in Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Sri Lanka. The bowl shaped thin pancake is a staple diet, often eaten for breakfast as well as dinner. The taste is so neutral, that it is an instant hit on first trail itself. The varieties of appams include, in the non-veg section: Plain Appam, Egg Appam, Bulls eye Appam, Egg Masala Appam, Chicken Keenan Appam, Mutton Karens Appam and the vegetarian appams include Kids Spl Appam, Rangoli Appam, Cheese Appam, Cheese Cashew Appam, Gingelly Cheese Appam, Butter Paneer Appam. Besides these, Tanjore Chicken, Kanyakumari Chicken Biryani, Chicken Tandoori, Paneer Tikka, Fish Finger, Spicy Mixed Kebabs, soups, starters, curries, breads, rice and noodles, desserts are also available. “All our Indian cuisines have enough potential to become as big a hit with foodies as western foods like burgers and pizzas are. But we Indians fail in branding our cuisines,” said Udayakumar, chairman of the Nallas group.

“All our tasty cuisines are so special to us that the ingredients are specially outsourced to ensure an edge to our customers," informs Ramesh, MD of the chain. .

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