#Idli Sambhar: Chennai, The most favorite south Indian dish, common as breakfast item and served with combination of chutney and sambar. Sambhar which tastes so good with idlis and vadas is made with tamarind and pigeon peas. Idlis and vadas sambhar are the best food in the streets of Chennai, Tamil Nadu. #Street #Food #India #ekPlate #ekplateidli
Some java jockeys -- such as this vendor in #Chennai capital of Tamil Nadu state -- use the sock method, pouring hot water or milk through fine grounds in a piece of muslin suspended from a metal ring. #Coffee #Street #Food #India #ekPlate #ekplatecoffee
The traditional South Indian Masala Vada (aka #ParuppuVadai , Senaga Pappu Garelu, or Chana Dal Vada). Some of the best #MasalaVada Renigunta Station, which is a stop on the train journey from Mumbai to Chennai is especially famous for its Dal Vadas. #Street #Food #India #ekPlate #ekplateparuppuvadai
CHICKEN 65: INDIA, Nobody's really saying where the "65" comes from—possibilities include the number of spices used, how many days the chicken has been alive, its place on the original menu, etc—but all are in agreement that this spicy, deep fried, red-colored chicken dish, served with minty raita, is frickin' bucket list-worthy. At – It started at Chennai's Buhari Hotel Restaurant chain, but you'll find this treat all over India.