While things have been a bit busy schedule for me as of late, I still manage to make some time for familiar South Indian Restaurants in Madurai when I have some leisure or downtime to spare. For these special food moments in time, I always wish to enjoy a good restaurant, but I also primarily like to take out some quality with exclusive variety of food items.
You can come across a soft corner for Madurai in the hearts of most true-blue Tamils. This is one of the world’s oldest inhabited cities with a colourful history that dates back over two millennia. At the heart of Madurai’s rich history and traditions is the Tamil language. Our connection with Madurai has always been with the city’s rich culinary heritage.
Primarily it is not a city where you have long drawn conversations over a meal and yet almost everyone you meet in the city has strong opinions about their food. The recipes carefully bequeathed from one generation to the next. Restaurants where masalas are still hand ground and where factory-made masalas are frowned upon.
More interestingly it is the city that never sleeps. Madurai’s location in the heart of Tamil Nadu has always seen a steady flow of visitors who keep floating through the city almost round the clock. The city’s markets are actually a hub for local produce from all over Southern Tamil Nadu. They are one of the biggest drivers for the city’s food culture with a host of street food options.
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