6260 Fraser Street, Vancouver

Tel: (604) 325-6555


Twitter: @madrasspice6260

Instagram @MadrasSpice

Advice: Open daily for lunch and dinner.

Salt and Pepper Baby Corn

Pineapple Juice

My friend Zahra and I enjoyed some of the delicious South Indian and Indo-Chinese dishes as we shared many. I loved the addictive Salt and Pepper Baby Corn ($6.99) done up in a South Indian style. I enjoyed a Pineapple Juice ($4.99) that went well with the salt and pepper baby corn dish.

Spinach Masala Dosa

Chicken Biryani

Madurai Special Kothu Paratha

The Spinach Masala Dosa ($9.99) was large and filled with their spinach masala mixture in a lentil crepe; the Chicken Biryani ($13.99) was done up perfectly, South Indian style with a tasty sauce. The Madurai Special Kothu Paratha ($10.95) was highly addictive, a delicacy of popular south side mixed-up and minced paratha with veg and salna.

Chicken Chettinadu and Uragai Mamsam lamb

Fish Moilee

Chicken Chettinadu ($13.99) is made with 14 different Indian spices which was delicious as was the Uragai Mamsam Lamb ($13.99) cooked with pickle; we also enjoyed the Fish Moilee ($13.99) Fish simmered in a coconut base turmeric gravy with rice and Paratha.

Gulab Jamun

They only have a few desserts available and we both shared the popular Gulab Jamun ($3.99)

All Dosas are 100% gluten-free and nut-free are served with their Chef’s special homemade sambhar, coconut and tomato chutneys. The menu features a large selection of dishes some spicy from the region and others that can be made with less heat. AT lunch, they offer a Vegetarian and a Non-Vegetarian Thali and that is what I am looking forward to try on my next visit.

Review by: Richard Wolak

Vancouver, BC V5W 3A1, Canada

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