Bon Appetit – namma style!

Not many can miss the multi-floor building with the glass facade on 9th Main, 5th Block, Jayanagar. The first and the second floor of this building houses Dakshin Foods’s specialty restaurants Athityam and Bon Aroma.

While Athityam serves South Indian dishes from different states, Bon Aroma serves North Indian cuisine as well as cuisine from different parts of the world. Both the restaurants serve only vegetarian food.

According to Arjun S Devatha, an ex-citizen of the corporate sector and the founder of Dakshin Foods, Athityam offers a variety of South Indian dishes which families and groups can enjoy in a relaxing ambience and at a leisurely pace.

Apart from regular meals, a specialty from different South Indian states is prepared on different days of the week. These include Appams, MLA Pesarattu, Avalaki Dosa, Guntur Idli, and Mosur Kodbale. Reservations are required for weekends. Open from 7.30 am to 9.30 pm, the prices for dishes begin from Rs 30.

Bon Aroma, situated on the second floor, serves North Indian dishes and different international cuisines including Italian, Mexican, Moroccon, and Lebanese. Open from noon to 3.30 pm and from 7 pm to 11 pm, Bon Aroma provisions for parties. There are varieties in soups, salads, appetizers, and main courses. The pizzas and pastas are preferred among its regulars. Ph: 26644334, 26644224.

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