Taj Vivanta Panjim, decided to bring in the flavours of Coimbatore to Goa, and It reminded me of my days in Madurai . Indafct it was during my stay in Madurai that I began food blogging, and went in search of food items like the dOSA bURGER, the South Indian JIGAR THANDA and finally learnt the CORRECT WAY TO EAT ON A BANANA LEAF.
All that and more made me nostalgic at the Food festival, which is on till the 15 of October.
|black board with the menu|
|Neer More or butter milk|
|The coimbatore food diaries thali|
|Papad, the Meen or the fish fried in spice paste takes center stage along with the rice , or vellai Saadam|
|From right to left the eral Kozhambu or the prawn curry, mutton kozhambu or mutton curry. kozhi chettinad, or chicken curry.|
|the veg dishes urulai poriyal, potato sabji, the murungakai sambar or vegetable sambar with drumsticks.|
The above two are from our instagram stories, while every thing on the thali was delicious , it was the Appams which had my heart, because nothing beats a well made soft center crispy edged appam.
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