Opening Hours: Lunch 12:30-14:45, Dinner 7:30pm-11:45pm
Telephone : +91 11 4266 1122
Dakshin introduces the authentic and inventive regional kitchens of India’s four southern states. In a traditional interior, discover the distinctive dishes of the Mudaliars or the Ravuthars, or how the temple food of Udupi tasted and be prepared for some surprises.
Dakshin recreates the splendour of southern cooking and revive the disappearing lifestyle of peninsular india. Dakshin is unique for its authentic presentation of food creations from Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala. The use of vessels like ‘Urli’ and ‘Adukku’ will kindle your imagination to a bygone era in a seating that epitomizes the rich culture heights of this part of the country.
Chicken Chettinad, Meen Moilee and Tomato Pappu.
Dakshin takes its inspiration from the temples of southern India. At the entrance to the restaurant you will see traditional brass lamp (Velaku) and the Urli (vessel) with flower petals floating in water. The temple influence is further enhanced by the temple door menu design and the ceiling lights in the shape of temple bells. South Indian Carnatic music is played in the background. Tables are pre-set with silver thalis and kattories and brass tableware that epitomizes the rich and cultural heritage of southern India. The dishes are also served from traditional vessels like the ‘Urli’ and the ‘Adduku’.
Traditionally attired restaurant staff in ‘panchegajam veshti’ offer professional and friendly service with polite suggestions of the various food combinations from the four states.
Dakshin serves exotic varieties of South Indian food with complimentary rice crackers. Guests have a vast variety of Southern Coastal food tpo choose from, starting with the Dakshin Yera, a deep fried prawn speciality to the Mamasam Kajepu, dishes like Kerala chicken curry along with some malabar paratha and super soft appam. The pan fried seasonal fish is a must try here. With recipes collected from four South Indian states of Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka; each dish reflects its origin and regional spices are used.
INR 4,000 average price for two.
To discover the authentic and best South Indian Coastal food, a dinner at Dakshin is a must. Dakshin introduces patrons to the culinary jewels of the south far beyond the stereotypes.
Sheraton New Delhi, 1st Floor
District Center Saket
New Delhi - 110017