You’ve probably wondered what goes into Indian curries and gravies which makes them oh-so-spicy and aromatic. The key, my friend, is in the secret stash of spices that Indians have. The humble box which looks simple and plain as ever contains the most fragrant spices. Apart from that, the Indian cuisine is not merely composed of a couple of dishes. It revolves around a plethora of different cultures and dates back to the rich Indian History.
South Indian cuisine is nothing like the North Indian cuisine and honestly, that’s what makes it special. South Indian cuisine consists of crispy dosas, the scent of curry leaves and coconut lingering in the air and the taste of fresh chutneys made with the finest ingredients; all of which are served by the ever-so polite South Indian waiter, wearing a traditional ‘Lungi’, who does not believe in the concept of wearing pants.
Nilgiri Spice contributes to a list of branded drinks with Bar and BYOB privilege. It is a fully licensed bar serving the visitors with a good repertoire of spirits, house wines, and other exquisite wines, champagnes, and beer.