The concept of eat all you want, pay what you can is just perfect, but I like that they also request one not to waste food, so you never feel the need to go over board on the plate pile.
It is a place that just seems to gain your respect for simple food and the importance of enjoying a meal without the pressure of dining out.
The beautiful view of the river as I ate my rasam, rice, carrot and cabbage poriyal was more food for thought than I could have bargained for. I had a sea gull for company and he too seemed to want to share in my reverie as much as my meal :-)
We went a little late so the papads and rotis might have exhausted themselves, if you want the full meal, get there by 12:00 when the doors open and chances are you will eat to your hearts content and leave with your tummy full and a smile on your face. Worth a visit.
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