The Perfect FAMILY BREAKFAST Stop | Sai Sangeet, Vaniyambadi | South Indian VEGETARIAN | TamilNadu

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Sai Sangeet located between Vaniyambadi – Ambur NH 48, On Bangalore-Chennai highway is a delightful spot to stop over for breakfast!

More than any typical highway eatery, this restaurant has an interesting store out front that sells everything from windchimes, to clay pots and pans and also has animals and birds for entertainment!

The fare here is South Indian, with typical, Tamil Nadu breakfast dishes such as the podi uthappam, idli vada and ragi poori.

Food Lovers’ Editor, Kripal Amanna relishes some delicious highly recommended.
breakfast staples in this episode of Gourmet On The Road also sharing a quick review on each dish!


Idli & chutneys

light and fluffy idli with a perfect wobble. a beautiful combination with the sweetness of coconut chutney. The podi with idli hits you right in the throat!
Rs 25.

Vada & chutneys
Nourishing vada with the bite of the lentil intact. vada is crisp, studded with onions chillies and peppercorns. crunchy on the outside, soft and coarse within. a seriously delicious vada!
Rs 35.

Ragi poori
only place where I’ve tasted a ragi poori. can feel the weight and the bite of the ragi millet. filling and nourishing, two of these with some lightly spiced sagu and chutney and you’re good to go!
Rs 65.

Podi uthappam
a specialty here. podi is completely smeared on the soft, fluffy texture of the dosa. the crunch of the podi and spices together with chutney rounds off all the sharp flavours. the sambar is a nourishing accompaniment.
Rs 75.

Black jaggery halwa/ karupatti halwa
nice and warm on the palate. Toasty, intense jaggery flavours. copious amount of ghee makes this a super-rich halwa. a halwa you can’t finish on your own!
Rs 70.

Milk and date halwa
can taste the milk solids and flecks of date in the halwa. not too sweet, not too rich. A dessert I can finish entirely on my own.
Rs 40.

Filter coffee
nice, thick and strong! don’t forget to pull your coffee to cool it down and for that extra froth.
Rs 30.

ADDRESS – Sai Sangeet Vegetarian Restaurant, Banglore to Chennai Highway, Between Vaniyambadi – Ambur, NH 48, Chengilkuppam, Vellore, Tamil Nadu 635 807; 099418 99099

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brindha selvam says:

The happiness one gets after eating a yummy and wholesome meal …can't be replaced by anything else. ..

Rams G says:

Traditional breakfast restaurants are almost extinct in AP and Telangana in affordable category. TN still maintains the tradition in an enviable way. 🙂

Madan V says:

Sir pongal is very excellent here

Jayashree Shreedharan says:

Every thing is beautiful😍💓😘💞💃 in South

Nandini Rajkumar says:

Like all your videos! A small clarification on one of the information you shared in this video. The Karupatti is not black jaggery. It is palm jaggery. It’s different from traditional jaggery that is made from sugarcane😊

Balaji Chandrasekaran says:

So different! Everything awesome!👌👌👌

Hari s says:

Kripal amana you got the Tamil pronounciation correct. You nailed that la in TAmil. Sirapu la. தமிழ் ழ்

Nikhila K R says:

Everything in this video is great except the birds n small animal kept in cages. Wonder why hasn't anyone found it wrong or questioned it

srinivasan B says:

We have to learn the art of eating good food in select places from this gentleman.Thanks

Swarna Tupakula says:

Hai are are true food lover sir.

lakshmi ravi says:

Hi sir vaniyambadi our native sir and also you can try Ahmedia hotel sir it's very nice briyani available

Sreedhar Reddy says:

You are looking so handsome and way of explanation.Huge fan from Andhra Pradesh

Abhilash Nair says:

This is nice. Never saw a Ragu Poori before. You should further move south in the journey, to Kerala – vegetarians struggle there – not always though and not that it's something to be proud of. I understand you're a fan of dosa with the dark brown roasted crust and all fluffy inside – yep sorry not going to get that in Kerala. Ours' are crispy and thin and always served with Sambar and a white chutney which is deceptively delicious. But the seafood is to die for and the Thalassery Biriyani as well. Kerala 'sadhya' is also a thing of beauty!!!

Uraang Utaan says:

Loved this food episode. Great job as always. Love the narration. Just one observation I would like to share: When you say flakes, it sounds like flex. For example, flakes of jaggery sounds like flex of jaggery. Nevertheless, excellent video!

Ashwin Kumar T says:

One of my favorite places

Lekshmi Sreekanth says:

Background music superb. .!!!

BHagirathi Magery says:


mahendra prasath says:

Idli 25Rs. Vada 35Rs.

Nilendu Choudhuri says:

Hi I’ve been following your blog for few days now and already I’m addicted to your posts … kudos very well presented … you are in category maybe better than mark wiens, Trevor jones, sonny side, etc … but u do eating food look good … it’s alway like an appetiser watching ur vids before I eat my food lol … 👍🏻

aashish badgujar says:

Bhai Jara Hindi me video banaya Karo

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