DIFFUSION

Usha Ravi
KEMPAPURA,HEBBAL, Bengaluru, India
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Diffusion focuses on" redefining health " through traditional home cooked food. Diffusion has on its menu, traditional Indian vegetarian dishes cooked with care using combination methods to retain the nutrients and authentic Indian flavor. They are an excellent blend of staple ingredients, aromatic Indian spices and include the Indian super foods for the healing touch. The South Indian foods that feature in Diffusion are predominantly cooked in Tamil- Iyengar (Thanjavur) style.Authentic and popular traditional dishes of North India will also be available .Diffusion will also feature traditional accompaniments , relishes and spice powders.

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Specialities

Home Cooked Food

Andhra, Food Products, Gujarati, Kerala, Pickles, Punjabi, Rajasthani, South Indian, Tamil

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Takeaway

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Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun

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Featured Dishes

Rajma Masala

iCooked Rajma Masala

Rs 40
Rajma (red kidney beans) cooked in thick tomato-onion gravy and flavoured with traditional spices. This is a good accompaniment to rice /rotis/pulkas.

Bangalore

Chole masala

iCooked Chole masala

Rs 40
A delicious side dish for rotis ,pulkas and rice. This dish has its origin in punjab. Chikpeas are cooked in a tomato-onion gravy . The special masalas added gives it an authentic flavour. Care is taken to prepare the chole with very little oil without compromising on the taste.On special request Jain chole orders will be taken.

Bangalore

ParuppuUsili

iCooked ParuppuUsili

Rs 25
A traditional tamilbrahmin side dish prepared with coarsely ground pulses cooked dry with vegetables such as beans /capsicum/snake gourd / cluster beans. It is a good accompaniment to vathakuzhmbu/morekuzhambu and curd rice

Bangalore

Arisi Uppma (Rice Uppma)

iCooked Arisi Uppma (Rice Uppma)

Rs 20
This Uppma is prepared using broken raw rice and tuvar dal. Fresh grated coconut, jeera, black pepper and ginger add to the spice and taste quotient of this unique dish. This uppma is a very common Palaharam (tiffen) option in Iyengar households. It can be eaten for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Bangalore

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