• Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 4 reviews )

9225 W Parmer Ln Unit 108, Austin, Texas, USA, 78717

South Indian food vegetarian restaurant since 2014. Offers thali and combo meals as well a la carte menu of dosas and chaat. Open Mon-Fri 11:00am-3:00pm, Mon-Thu 5:00pm-10:00pm, Fri-Sat 5:00pm-10:30pm, Sat-Sun 11:00am-3:30pm, Sun 5:00pm-10:00pm.

Categories: Lacto, Indian, Buffet, Take-out, Catering

4 Reviews

First Review by SubhaPindiproli

vegan dishes clearly marked - Edit

My husband had vegetable curry and I had mushroom masala. We also had a Samosa. There were many Indian patrons. That's always a good indication of a good ethnic restaurant.

Pros: options clearly marked

Cons: incense burning made breathing challenging

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loved it! - Edit

Came in for lunch and I was most happy about the menu and how clear it was to order Vegan dishes....which was a lot!

Pros: clearly marked menu

Cons: slightly funky smell in the restaurant. only notic

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We loved it - Edit

A great find in Austin. We ate lunch here in January 2016 and found it to be delicious, filling and not expensive. Very clean, good service and a great menu which says which dishes are vegan. It was full of Indians which was a good sign. Highly recommended, the only drawback is that it is a ways out of town.

Pros: Vegan choices, Delicious, Inexpensive

Cons: out in suburbia

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Average Fair and Expensive - Edit

Being a South Indian and recently lived in Bangalore City , mecca of great South Indian food, I found this place barely palatable. South Indian cooking is tricky at best and requires greater precision when preparing items like - Idly (Rice/lentil steam buns), Vada (Lentil fried donuts), Dosa (lentil crepes), and Chutney (Dips made out of coconut, or tomatoes, or onions).

Unfortunately this restaurant does not present the south indian items that is pleasing to the tongue. Where every other street vendor in Bangalore or South India or Singapore or San Jose/Santa Clara (SF Bay Area) can prepare these items effortlessly with great variation.

I visited this place twice and both times the results are the same.

Skip this place.

Pros: Good location

Cons: Pricey, Oily , Below Par

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