Amma is a small, South Indian restaurant in the France Cluster of International City. Its interior is basic and, on this morning at least, had an unpleasant sour smell not dissimilar to shisha joints on the morning after. But none of this seemed to matter to the many people who were already there enjoying their value for money South Indian breakfasts.
We ordered an Idli-Wada Dip and were surprised to find it served with the Idli and Wada all chopped up into pieces, something I have never seen before. The Sambar was lumpy and not nearly as tangy and zesty as that served in some of the Karama eateries. It wasn’t good enough to keep us from moving on to have our dosa somewhere else. This restaurant may serve very affordable meals but its quality (food and ambience) leaves much to be desired. Unless absolutely desperate, I would consider other options.
Waste NOT. Want NOT.