We would definitely return

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To add to the ambiance further, there is a shop that sells garden accessories and plants that shares the space. We also tried the mutton curry which was really good as well as the flaky Poota Rekulu for desert which was yum. If you like spicy food, just crush the chili and have it with Rice. And we get it if you say you love the idlis or sada dosas over anything else, but the masala dosa here is to die for. After trying all these I was totally full but will never say no if there is Veg Biryani in a Menu.

We would definitely return. What stands out in Coringa is the Traditional food. They're made with a stuffing of Jaggery powder and Cashew Nut filling. The food is served in Karnataka style, on a banana leaf, laid out in a long row where everyone is seated together.

Though it does have a seating area, most people prefer to get take-aways especially on Sundays. The restaurant is on the terrace of a multi-storeyed building, with an open kitchen, so even the breeze was warm. Try the benne masale dose and request for extra chutney believe me, you will want it.

Hot Tomato Rasam was superb with pulp of tomato with decent level spiciness. You can watch the world go by as you savor your food.

This open air rooftop place has come as a welcome breather to the northern part of Bangalore where there is a serious dearth of good restaurants serving Andhra cuisine. Most of the people might have tasted Andhra Pappu Dal at least once in any of the Andhra style restaurants but Mango Dal at Coringa was out of this world. Bamboo dining tables and exposed bricks give a very rustic look. Kandi Podi Gun Powder is a most common classic Andhra recipe which is actually a flavorsome, protein packed lentil spiced powder.

So elderly people, and those with knee pbms may have a pbm - The waiters are either very good, or novices. Davangere Benne Masale These are typically the small one-room operations where dosas are made on huge earthen tawas, heated on firewood. Coringa goes a step further by featuring food from the Godavari region, making it a destination restaurant. If you are going to the airport and have time for a sumptuous meal, this is a good pit stop.