Exclusive breakfast place: The Food Station

Cuisines: South Indian, Breakfast

Filters: Vegetarian Only

Attributes: Cafes, Pocket-Friendly

With numerous places for South Indian delicacies, there are very few which give us a feel of eating home like south Indian food! Having a small shop, don’t judge their food yet! The Food Station located at Drive in Road, is sure to surprise you with their great cooking skills plus being totally pocket friendly!

Wondering why you should visit this place? Well, functional only exclusively during the breakfast time, 6am-10am, make your mornings the best with their lip smacking delicacies. Also, the food is all made by the owners themselves! With the aim of not willing to take a risk with their quality, the old couple themselves make the delicacies!

Don’t you just agree that if we have a hearty breakfast our day goes just perfect? We tried their:

Podi Masala Dosa, the name says it all, yet enjoy the goodness of potato mixed with Podi chutney and Dosa, time to indulge into our all-time favourite again! Being one of the most loved and a difficult to master, they nailed this dosa without doubt!

Indulge into the classic dish Idli topped with coconut chutney and Podi masala, see them melt on your palate and be simply amazed with mix of spices!

Uttapam is a known dish of the South! Enjoy the spicy mix Podi Chutney with the goodness of tomato and onions! Also offering two dishes exclusively on Wednesday is their Poha and Mendu Vada.

So this time on, Ahmedabad indulge into home-made South Indian breakfast probably like nowhere else! The food is high on taste but low on your pockets!

Address: B 7, Venunad Complex, Opposite Udgam School, Off Drive in Road, Thaltej, Ahmedabad

Contact: +91 9427620262

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