Madras Coffee House
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This tarpaulin-covered bamboo shack is a great place for a quick chai break, lazy lassi, breakfast and simple Indian fare.
cnr Main & Jain Temples Rds · interesting places nearby
Madras Coffee House information
Three generations of great, honest South Indian fare – dosa, idli (spongy round fermented rice cakes), uttapam (thick savoury rice pancakes), thali – as well as coffee (Madras style with chicory) and chai, served in a narrow cafe. Ideal for breakfast. The unique house speciality is the tasty egg, cheese and veg dosa (₹200).