The celebrated Rajnikanth is being celebrated at Bonsouth with his favourite foods we aren’t sure how they got the list of Thalaiva’s favourites.) Dishes from Bonsouth combine with other South Indian flavours, these include Sri Lankan too because, come on they are the fifth South Indian state.
Bonsouth dishes include Andhra Steamed Tofu, Pazham Puri, Guntur Chicken Masala and Tawa Tali Machi. Some of the main courses are Chettinad Mutton, Crab Masala, Sri Lankan Chicken Curry, Allepy Fish Curry, Kai Kari Stew, Chettinad Urlai Roast which are pan South Indian.
Bonsouth is being decorated to commemorate the decorated star. Rajni songs attempt to set the move.
The Magic Of Thalaiva continues till 25th August, 2016. The pricing for the festival is:
Weekdays: Lunch Veg – Rs 610 , Non Veg Rs 660
Dinner Veg – Rs 720, Non Veg Rs 799
Friday: Lunch Veg Rs 650
Dinner Rs 700
Weekend: Lunch Veg – Rs 675, Non Veg Rs 750
Dinner Veg – 750 and Dinner 850
This includes all taxes.
At Bonsouth, Koramangala.