When dine-in at restaurants were banned as part of Partial Lockdown, I got into panic mode and went to this Restaurant to make a last (don’t know when Dine-ins will resume) memorable meal. Eventhough, Erode Amman Mess delivers food, there’s something about the piping hot food being served on your Banana leaf fresh right out of the kitchen. I’m not sure if you feel the same but I strongly believe this…
Kick starting the meal here with their signature Kozhi Rasam (₹40) is a ritual. Bun Parotta (₹45/pc) went very well with their Chicken Milagu Curry (₹225). So did the Chicken Lappa (₹195). There’s always something irresistible about Pepper Gravies and Parottas. Isn’t it?. I never knew I would enjoy Idlies in the form of Chicken Kal Kothu Idli (₹185). It was too good.
Not a single order that I’ve ever ordered (Takeaway & Dine-in both) has never been without their Mutton Nalli Fry (₹285) except for once when they didn’t have it. I love it so much. Mutton Kaatu Varuval was more of bones and less of meat (₹265). I’ve to admit that it was not my type. The Pepper-y (read thookala) Brain Roast (₹217) was par excellence. Thool Parotta (₹95/Egg) was something I’ve never tried before. Crispy Parotta Bits in a pool of Salna hidden under a Kalakki. Nice find. But, don’t know if it’ll still taste good when the Thool Parotta gets soggy.
Palkova Veechu (₹90) the sweet Parotta with a Palkova center was exceptionally good. The friendly owner encouraged us to try it with different spicy salnas. It was a good experience. We did get to taste their Idly and Meen Kuzhambu. Kicking myself why I didn’t know about these before placing our order. But, it’s okay, there’s always a next time…. hopefully.
Totally paid ₹2034 including lime sodas and multiple order of some dishes for the 3 of us.