Dakshin

Southern Indian Classics

Dakshin is a South Indian fine dining restaurant capturing the native-style dining of states from peninsular India. It features a ritualistic guided dining concept with Chef’s signature menus and ala carte options. The menu selection is demarcated as Saivam (vegetarian) and Asaivam (non-vegetarian), Matsyam (seafood) and Sampoornam (best of all regions), from the states of Karnataka, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry. In a special curation the option of a ‘No Onion & No Garlic’ menu is also available to savour this flavourful hyper-local cuisine.

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  • CUISINE TYPE South Indian
  • AMBIENCE Delightful Southern Indian - A blend of modern & contemporary
  • DRESS CODE Smart casuals
  • OPERATIONAL HOURS Lunch (1230 till 1445 hours) & Dinner (1900 till 2345 hours)
  • AVG. COST FOR TWO INR 4000 + taxes onwards
Facilities and Amenities
  • dakshin-services GLUTEN FREE
  • dakshin-services MIXOLOGIST ON PREMISES
  • dakshin-services SINGLE DINER MENU
  • dakshin-services Elaborate Set Menu

The Dakshin Experience

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Cuisine

Indulge in a nuanced southern dining experience, with dishes like sambar, kotto & kozhambu (seasonal vegetables and meat), gassi (thick spicy curry), kari or thovaran (warm salads), rasam (soup), pachadi (yogurt-based sides) and more. Explore famed tiffin culture with hot-bites from Dakshin Vishesha, best enjoyed with freshly ground chutneys.

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Origin

Incepted in 1989, this branded cuisine restaurant by ITC Hotels placed authentic South-Indian dining on the global map. Dakshin is a tribute to the celebrated tastes from Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Telangana, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry. Uniqueness of Dakshin lies in the way it brings together the various and not one, South Indian cuisine under one roof.

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Ambience

Exemplifying the warmth of Southern India, the entrance is adorned with a traditional ‘Urli’ decked with fresh flowers in front of a single-wood carved sculpture. While more indigenous adaptation can be noticed with accentuated ‘Thinnai’ Tanjore-style courtyards, brass bells ornamentation, ample sunlight and Carnatic music in the background.

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Signature Offerings

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