Madras Brothers Takeaway
Curry, Rice & Bread Deal
Choose a curry, rice and parotta bread! $2 extra for goat or fish curry $1 extra for Flavoured rice
2 Curries, Rice & 2 Breads Deal
Choose two curries with rice and two parottas! $2 extra for goat or fish curry $1 extra for flavoured rice
M.C.C. Masala Peanuts
The legendary Madras Cricket Club peanuts with dry spices, the perfect accompaniment to any drink.
The 2nd longest beach in the world may produce the 1st best romantic beachside-moment dish, or not: Chickpeas or dry green peas cooked and tossed with coconut, curry leaves and mustard seeds with chilli. Lovely.
Buhari’s Chicken 65
Madrasis flock in spades to Buhari to sample this famous marinated chicken recipe — spiced chicken, fried to the point of ‘Holy-shiva!’
Chana Dal soaked and ground to make an uneven mixture to tantalise the tastebuds with its crunchy but smooth taste. A true Southern Indian favourite.
Mutton Balls (a.k.a. Kola Urunda)
Don’t be put off by the infamous Seinfeld episode! Lamb mince with herbs, spices, roasted gram flour, onion and chilli, perfectly portioned.
Gangotree’s Famous Pav Bhaji
Introduced to Madras and made famous by Gangotree, these buttered buns are served with a bhaji made with mashed mixed vegetable, and a dash of incredible.
Ratna Café Idli Sambar
Idli; steamed dumplings (proper healthy) served with lentil curry. These two are like a match made in Tamil heaven.
Curry not as popular as butter chicken (yet), in the opposite spectrum in spice level with dry roasted spices and cooked to perfection.
Diced Goat on the bone slow cooked with onion, tomato, herbs and spices till tender.
Mixed Vegetables cooked through a southern Indian style kurma like no other.
Fried eggplant in tamarind, tomato, onion and garlic gravy.
South Indian style yellow lentils with mustard seeds and curry leaves.
Traditional fish curry with tamarind, tomato, onion and garlic.
Indian style risotto with chicken and spices, all cooked in one pot.
Rice cooked with yoghurt and spices.
It’s a buttermilk drink like nothing you’ve ever tried before. Unless you’re a Tamil, in which case, you get it…
The old favourite, alphonso mango with yogurt & sugar.
Semolina with ghee, sugar, cardamom, cashews and sultanas.