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Mylapore South Indian Restaurant


Mylapore in Pleasanton is currently the most famous south indian restaurant in the Bay Area, and it is worth all the hype! The food is very authentic and service is extremely fast and efficient. We loved all what we ordered, and cant wait to go back again to try more. Small details like pearl onion sambar, and raw milk and jagguary for the filter coffee won our hearts (and tummy).

👉Pro Tip: Since it is extremely popular and they don’t accept reservations, go as soon as they open on weekends, to avoid the 30-45 mins wait.

Also, checkout their Dosa Happy Hour on weekdays between 3pm - 6pm when all dosas are $7.99.

Here’s what we ordered:

Benne Masala dosa : this was very close to Bengaluru’s Vidyarthi Bhavan dosa - thick dosa, soft on the inside and crisp on the outside. We could taste the combination of butter and ghee in every bite.

Mylapore special masala dosa - Crispy dosa with potato, gun powder and onion filling.

Medhu Vada - 4 in a plate. Very crunch, but soft on the inside. Tasted heavenly dipped in chinna vengaya (pearl onion) sambar.

Rathna Cafe Idli Sambar : Pillow soft idlis drizzled with ghee. Loved the homemade taste when accompanied with fresh chutney.

Filter kapi - Unlike other restaurants where coffee is served in small glasses, Mylapore does it right for the coffee addicts by serving in generous sized portions. Plus, the milk used is raw, organic, pasteurized milk, instead of whole milk, and they also offer jaggery as a choice, instead of white sugar.

Try out Mylapore in Pleasanton soon! You will not be disappointed!!


 

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