Tagline

  • Tat' (Plate)Idly

  • Keera Saatham (Palak Rice)

  • Kadubu

  • Kuzhi Paniyaram

  • Medu Vada

  • Onion Uttapam

  • Podi Mass

  • Rasam & Pakhora

  • Sarva Pindi

  • South Indian Thali

  • Steaming Hot Idly

  • Special Masala Dosa

  • Special Stuffed Dosa

About Us

Zaafaroon, Authentic South Indian Fast Food is a unit of Aaryesdee Hospitality Solution (AHS), A consultancy firm promoted by R S Dev, an Hospitality Industry professional having vast experience in the field of Hospitality – Hotel /Contract Food Service and other allied services. Aaryesdee Hospitality Solution (AHS) is basically in to providing consultancy services for Greenfield projects, Food safety Audits, Manpower Training and Manpower recruitments for the Hospitality Industry.

We are confident that serving authentic qualitative, hygiene food at very nominal rate shall not only win confidence of our customers, but shall pave way for us to grow our business. Matter of fact, we aim to brand our entity “Zaafaroon” and would like to franchise out for prospective business entrepreneurs.




Testimonials

““Genuine South Indian food served by a passionate professional owner””

You have to know what is genuine South Indian food is to realize what Mr. Dev offers you with passion and professionalism. Others who claim to offer you SI food are no where near Zafaroon. They offer dishes as good as the best offered by a Bombay or Bangalore restaurant. Genuinely very close to the taste of original item as prepared traditionally in that part. You must taste their lunch, Davangiri Tupa Dosa, Rassam, Fotered coffee, Idli fry with Podi chutney. The list goes on. One thing I would have liked better was, the space. Oh, and I forgot to say that, you do not get coffee as good as Zafaroon in Vadodara. Visited April 2016

Kamat V


““A Benchmark in city for authentic south-indian food””

A small yet neat place that dishes out authentic and tasty south-indian items. Absolutely affordable and we would not mind heading here again and again as - there are that many items to savour. Idly - Vada - Dosa - Coconut Chutney - Sambar : These are pretty much what comes to mind when one says 'South-Indian Food' but here we were delighted to find some items that even we as south-indians had not tasted before like - Sarvapindi. A good mix of items from all southern states. Would like to explain our delight at various levels : 1) In the city, some places go overboard with innovation and miss out on basic texture/taste/nature of dishes be it idly batter or chutney or sambar - here we found everything to our liking - as close to homemade as it could get. Fluffy hot cloth steamed idlis and not 'sweet' sambar and fresh crunchy coconut chutney - unlike places that end up with smooth paste. So wowed by basic criteria met we move onto next order. 2) Akki Rotti - comes with two chutney variations - both yummy and a big matki of buttermilk - absolutely welcome the way of serving - good portion size - a healthy meal by itself. Although filling we allow us to treat ourselves with more goodies on menu. 3) Sarvapindi - Caught our attention as we have never heard/tried the dish and was another sumptuous 'rotti' and the owner's titbits for the dishes served/stories behind added to our delight 4) Podi Rice - Plain hot rice + paruppu podi/spicy powder + ghee all to be mixed in well and eaten with hand not spoon..oh and with a crunch of poppadam/papad. This is generally how we have at home and was a delight to find this to order a-la-carte unlike as part of meals. Simple cravings - very well-satisfied. 5) Dessert - Healthy : are not often synonymous in many places but here we tried their black rice+bamboo rice payasam which am guessing was made with jaggery not sugar? Never the less a unique offering/tasty/generous that needs two ppl to lick the bowl empty. Off the menu - and a dish we haven't seen served so often - kuzhi paniyarams were also being served and seemed like their Rasam and Moru/buttermilk were big hits. The idlies were literally selling like pancakes - most takeaway orders asking for idly. The Extra Bonus aspect is the service and multi-lingual owner's enthusiasm - be it asking for feedback/ giving origin of dish/ how to relish it best. We would love to visit again to try their millet based dishes/ healthy meals and more. Visited July 2016

Vijaya Ramanujam


““Excellent Every Time We Visit!””

This is probably the only time, I am writing a second review for a place on Tripadvisor. But the place definitely warrants it. Zaafaroon, is Dev's concept of serving affordable, hygienic and authentic South Indian tiffin items. And that's something he takes pride in. Here's what I will say: Go to Zaafaroon: - if you want to have good, clean, south-Indian meal. - meal prepared by someone who is passionate about his work. - if you want to go to a humble place started by a person believing in good quality food. Don't Go to Zaafaroon: - if you want to go to just-another-Udipi joint. - if you are going to judge the place by items outside the owner's control - locality, neighbouring area etc. suggestion: Have the Kozha Kambhu (anytime you visit) and In morning hours, any tiffin item is sumptuous (the last dosa I had there had not a drop of excess oil) with good strong filter coffee. In evening hours, the Vadacurry and Set Dosa was sumptuous!

Ujwal Makhija


Zaafaroon’s wide-range menu offers several traditional food from the Southern states of India which are not listed nor served at several south Indian Restaurants.
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