Called ‘GoGo Desi’, it offers a range of pure vegetarian food including rotis (plain/butter) parathas, curries (rajma, bhindi, yellow dal) and rice (steamed rice, panner pulao).
A variety of lunch combos that include roti, dal, sabzi, curd and papad are also available here.
In the evenings, from 3 pm to 5 pm, the joint also offers hot and fresh snacks like bajji, bonda and pakodas.
Says Ashvin Rajagopalan, owner of Ashvita Bistro, “All dishes at GoGo Desi are prepared using less oil/ masalas similar to how food is made at our homes. One can also request for specific dishes of their choice or order for foodstuff made with say no onion/garlic from our GoGo Desi kitchen.”
“As there is a big demand for ‘home-like’ food now, our outlet has been receiving a good response since we opened it a few weeks ago,” he adds.
A veg pulao is priced at Rs 140.
Open only for takeaways and door deliveries via Swiggy, Zomato and Dunzo. The food joint takes all necessary precautions to prevent virus spread.
At 4, Second Street, Dr Radhakrishnan Salai, Mylapore. Ph: 42109990.