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good SOUTH INDIA BRUNCH......
.What a place, what a dosa, loved the place. It is a must visit. Loved the food and ambiance.dosa and utpam both are so tasty and they also give us complimentary drink (Chaaj)or can say butter milk .staff are so nice...More
This restaurant has many options of South Indian food. They give a complimentary rasam glass. However the authenticity is missing. The taste of Malabar Paratha was more like a North Indian Paratha. It was good in taste but it would have been awesome if it...More
Ambience resembles South Indian Shiva Temple with Black Pillars, painting from puranas is good but not the food.
South Indian Cuisines variety is normal nothing Special ......
Even Udipi chain of restaurants provides tasty food.
Not worth for Money for a South Indian to hang...More
We were stopping for lunch at Hauz Khas area and Naivedyam appeared first in our google search for places to eat. We had to wait 5 mins outside before being seated. Restaurant lighting was a little to dim for me but ambience is great.
Having stayed in Bangalore for quite some time, I, time to time get cravings for authentic South Indian cuisine. Not dosa idli vada but their main course like bisi bele bhaat, puliogrey, etc.
Naivedyam answered my cravings. I had biai bele bhaat and got transported...More
We had a wonderful dinner with friends at Naivedyam. A huge variety and we were able to taste various specialties. Note, this is a vegetarian restaurant and they do not serve alcohol. Great atmosphere and decor too!
Known as ‘The National Capital of Ethnic Chic’, the hip and trendy Hauz Khas Village is a beautiful urban village nestled in a corner among the ruins of domed tombs of Muslim royalty from the 14th to 16th centuries, that merge into the modern day Deer Park.
Old homes here have been converted into fashion boutiques & chic homestays, art galleries, jewellery shops, book and antique stores, multi-cuisine restaurants, bars and nightclubs. HKV might be full of arterial narrow lanes but it is the epicenter of Delhi’s most vibrant social life. In the spring and winter evenings, visitors can stroll along the lake, watch the beautiful sunset from the ruins of the fort or sip a cocktail at one of the many rooftop bars and restaurants overlooking it.