The renowned South Indian restaurant Sambar Cafe in Ahmedabad recently added a variety of millet idlis to its already impressive menu in honour of World Idli Day on March 30, 2023, which coincided with the International Year of Millets. Anil Mulchandani, a renowned food critic and journalist and the founder of FEA, Pooja Sangani, a renowned food blogger and columnist, Nikunjbhai Soni, a renowned food blogger and the founder of Justice Foodie, and other distinguished guests from across the city graced the event. Dilipbhai Thakkar and Rohit Khanna, the other co-founders of FEA, were also present.
“As a renowned restaurant, we are dedicated to providing our customers with the most authentic and high-quality South Indian delicacies, and our addition of millet idlis is a testament to that dedication,” said Sambar Cafe’s founder, Jayanti Santosh, in a speech she delivered during the event. It was an honour for us to be capable of welcoming such esteemed visitors and food enthusiasts, and we look forward to continuing to offer them and all of our customers a culinary experience that is unmatched.
The Sambar Café has earned a well-deserved reputation for being the go-to place for authentic South Indian delicacies. The menu offers a wide selection of mouth-watering dishes that will leave customers overwhelmed with choices, starting from Dosa, Masala Dosa, Medu Vada, Idli, Uthappam, Malabar Porotta, Idiyappam, Filter Coffee and other authentic South Indian delicacies.
Sambar Café stands out for its unwavering dedication to using only the best ingredients, which are sourced directly from reliable farms throughout India. By preparing each dish without the use of artificial flavourings or colours, the restaurant ensures that the food is not only delicious but also healthy and wholesome. The highly skilled staff at Sambar café is committed to enhancing the dining experience for patrons by fostering a friendly environment and serving dishes that are both of high quality and affordably priced.