Love South Indian food? Try out these places in Noida
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Love South Indian food? Try out these places in Noida

Shree Rathnam's masala dosa is comforting, light, and filling

Love South Indian food? Try out these places in Noida

The crunchy first nibble of a Rava Masala Dosa, awakening to the aroma of delectable Upma, the delight of plunging your Idli into the mouth-watering sambar and the tart taste of the orange coconut chutney and how can we forget the soothing white coconut chutney, without it's our South Indian meal is incomplete. Who can move past all such yummylicious minutes throughout everyday life? Indeed, these are a couple of the justifications for why South Indian foods are famous as supper in India and across the world. If you are a resident of Noida or a visitor for a while, we picked down a list of  top South Indian eateries in Noida.


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Dasaprakash, located in Noida's sector 110, is a breath of fresh air in today's hospitality. It's a multi-cuisine restaurant that serves South Indian, North Indian, Chinese, and European cuisine, prepared with great care and affection and garnished with a friendly smile. The service is speedy, and the staff is extremely pleasant and cheerful! Try their filter coffee; it's light and tasty.

Sector 104, Noida, is the location.

Southern Treat

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It's a true treasure that serves mind-blowing south Indian cuisine without breaking the bank. Their food is unique, and it holds the customer's attention. Their 'ghee masala roast' is an excellent Dosa that will astound you. Their coconut Rava masala dosa and curd rice are must-order items. Aside from its quick service, the staff is attentive and courteous.

B-1/1 Jain Rd, B Block, Sector 50, Noida

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Carnatic Cafe

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This restaurant is ideal for a pleasant family lunch. They have both indoor and outdoor seating, with the latter only allowing you to order beverages. Paddus here are light and fluffy, just the way they should be. Perfect.

Dosas are crisp and fluffy. Paddus and Dosas are served with a bowl of sambar and three different chutneys: Groundnut coconut chutney, coriander coconut chutney, and plain coconut chutney. Newly opened with a very warm heartly ambience. The food is just something else. The quality and taste is 'un-worldly' every dish is a must-try and  definitely recommended.

Where: 5, Ground Floor, Max Tower, 16B Noida

Shree Rathnam

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Shree Ratnam, a popular food chain branch when it comes to serving excellent South Indian cuisine. Their masala dosa is comforting, light, and filling. The vadas are also delicious. The best thing about Shree Ratnam is that they provide home delivery and combo meals to their customers. What else is there to say?

Where: The Great India Place Mall, Sec 18, Noida


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Vaango! is an excellent choice for those who enjoy South Indian cuisine, as it serves a wide range of dosas, vadas, and idlis. This establishment has a subtle yet elegant ambience with minimal décor. It has a large and comfortable seating area. Try one of their special meals, which come with a hot or cold beverage. 'Onion Uttapam', 'Malabar Paratha' with Korma,' and 'Medu Vada' are other options.
Where: The Great India Place Mall, Noida, Sec 18, 9th Floor

Sagar Ratna


Sagar Ratna continues to wow customers with its authentic South Indian cuisine, prepared fresh several times a day. Mini Idlis dipped in sambhar, Medu Vada, Dahi Vada, Masala Dosa, Rava Onion Masala Dosa, Mysore Masala Dosa, Rava Kesari are all must-try dishes at any Sagar Ratna restaurant. Another speciality of Sagar's is the nascent coffee aroma emanating from the filter coffee served in the traditional steel tumbler and saucer.

Sagar Ratna believes in surprising customers with new menu items in an ever-changing market, which keeps us one step ahead of the competition.

Where: Sector 18, Noida, LGF 97


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Naivedyam is among the finest places in town for South Indian cuisine! The aromatic atmosphere and soothing music sprinkle a lot of divinity! The food is delicious! Rawadosa and platter variations are a must-try. They have Rava Idli, Mysore Plain Dosa, Paneer Masala Dosa, Mysore Rava Masala Dosa, and KesariBhath. Once you've tried it, you'll want to tell everyone about it. A must-visit for anyone who enjoys South Indian cuisine.

Where: H-1A/17, 1st Floor, Sector 63, Noida, Near Fortis Hospital & Ginger Hotel

Lakshmi Coffee House

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If you're a foodie, Lakshmi coffee house is the place to go at any time of day, but especially for breakfast, as it will help you start your day off right. The main attraction at Lakshmi is their chow chow baath, which includes delicious upma, sambar, coconut chutney, and Ravakesariya (sweet orange-coloured halwa) made with ghee and sure  to satisfy your hunger.

The Dosa of the Day – Mysore masala with sambar and chutney – is the next favourite. Their food is all delicious and served hot. They also sell south Indian snacks like banana chips, achar, and other ideal items for a tea break.

Where: Sector 29, Noida, Brahmaputra Shopping Complex