I still clearly remember the day when I recieved a call from a representative of Saifu’s Kitchen. I was so skeptical to order from some unknown person in Vaniyambadi and delivery from Vaniyambadi to Chennai looked almost impossible to me, back then. But, now thinking about it 2 years later, I’m so so glad that I took the risk of ordering from them. Saifu’s Kitchen has come a long way – Delivering from their Vaniyambadi Kitchen to opening a Main Kitchen and Outlet in Thoraipakkam to now opening their second outlet in Chennai at T.Nagar.
The T.Nagar menu has a few interesting items from the Saifu’s home kitchen, read Vaniyambadi style. Chawal Ka Roti (₹30/pc) will top my list of favorites. At my home, I enjoy it with Dal Ki Chutney (Like a Thogayal). Having grown up tasting such delicacies and now to get the same from an eatery feels so nice.
At Saifu’s, I had my dose of Chawal Ka Roti (Roughly translates to Chapati made of Rice Flour) with their fall-off-the-bone Paaya Gravy (₹170). Talking about Paaya and how can one skip ordering it’s permanent partner Idiyappam (₹30 for 4 pcs)? The Mutton Korma (₹170) which has succulent Mutton Pieces and Potatoes in it is a good accompaniment, too. But, I would always prefer it with Ghee Rice. Mutton Biryani (₹240) is an inevitable order here. But, I’m yet to figure out if it’s the Muzaffar Sweet that’s my motivation to order this or the Chicken Lal Mirch (₹140) whose fiery gravy is my favorite accompaniment with the Biryani, itself.
Totally paid ₹919 along with a Bindu Jeera Drink.
The above mentioned items are part of a dinner plan with my Best Friend. Whereas, I’ve been part of tasting and trail for Saifu’s Kitchen and I’m attaching few pictures in this write-up from that visit, too.