1. Carnatic Café, New Friends Colony
It is located in one of the poshest localities of the capital, New Friends Colony, and has mouth-watering food that can make one overeat.Primarily it serves the best of Karnataka cuisines, their Malleshwaram dosa is just to die for. Each one of their dosas is so yummy it can’t leave you unsatisfied.
2. Dakshin, Saket
It is a luxurious South Indian restaurant situated inside Sheraton, a five-star hotel in New Delhi. This place to serves authentic and delicious South Indian food. It also happens to be one of the best places to have non-vegetarian South Indian food. If one does not want the regular idli or dosa and wants to try other options as well then Dakshin is the place to be as they serve really impressive food from the Southern regions of India.
3. Guruprasad Udupi, Munirka
This is a fabulous restaurant that serves amazing Utthapams and Masala Dosas. It is located in Munirka and is simply constructed and has a huge open air, outdoor seating & dining area. It has a very friendly staff who helps you make the right choice of meal as per your taste so that you can walk out completely satisfied and content.
4 .Naivedhyam, Delhi NCR
It is undoubtedly the best South Indian veg restaurant in Delhi.Nothing compromises in this beautiful little place which is located in various parts of Delhi NCR. The Bisi Bele Bath, Pulyogare (Tamarind Rice) with some curd rice is so amazing that one will just not get enough of it.
5 .Adayar Ananda Bhawan, Green Park
This incredible restaurant is located in Green Park market that offers you South Indian delicacies. Though the restaurant has a wide range of other cuisines as well, one certainly wouldn’t opt for a pizza once stepping inside this South Indian restaurant. Their Benne Masala Dosa is so mouth-watering that it makes one keep coming back.
6. Coast Café, Hauz Khas
This cute little cafe is full of kitsch, with its atrium, a spiral staircase, and sweet songs on the play draws a pathway between California and Kerala. It is spread across two floors, including a patio bathed in sunshine, Serving delicious seafood dishes that will entice one. Everything on the menu, from curries to cocktails, is priced according to your wallet.
7. Swagath, Delhi NCR
It is the only restaurant in Delhi that serves traditional Gomantak food- the coastal food of Karnataka, Goa, and Maharashtra.Its cooking is perennial style and employees in the kitchens are of the Koliwada community. The food contains coconut embellishments, along with a rich garnishing of condiments. The Malwani sea-food dishes (a potpourri of Pomfret, prawns, crabs, and mussels) with thick spicy gravies is magnificent. The food is mixed with rich servings of pepper and is bound to spark a need for more.
8. Thalaivar, Hauz Khas
The menu at Thalaivar features a great length of dishes from Kerala and Karnataka as well. It has pastel walled interiors and furnishing with quirky Rajnikanth art suspended on walls. The pipping hot appams, along with non-vegetarian dosas and fresh chutneys keeps the cafe well-connected to its roots. The rasam at Thalaivar is flavourful, medu vadas are crisp and aromatic, and Malayali non-vegetarian curries at Thalaivar surely won’t disappoint any South Indian gourmand.
9 .Juggernaut, Kailash Colony
Love traditions then this restaurant is for you. The menu here is sprinkled with a few north Indian dishes. When one enters the building that houses the restaurant, a staff member welcomes the guests and smears their head with a tika, here menu contains a Paneer-based Gassi, the idlis are spongy, the dosas are crisp and the pav bhaji is equally awesome.
10. Sarvana Bhawan, Delhi CP
If you are looking for an Authentic place to go to for South Indian food then this just might be the place for you. Here you can get the Best South Indian food and their chutneys both coconut one and the other ones are to die for. You will get a good ambiance, excellent service and a very decent staff who are always ready to help.