Started in 1989 by Shri N. Ananda, Nandhini are the pioneers of Andhra cuisine! Being the first chain of Andhra restaurants in India, we have successfully operated our business in the restaurant and hospitality industry for 33 years now.
With 15 outlets across Bangalore, Nandhini has state-of-the-art kitchens and has adapted to cater to the current generation. Consistency being a key factor, Nandhini has set a benchmark in Andhra cuisine.
Whether you're hosting a corporate event, a family gathering, or a social celebration, we'll work with you to create the perfect menu to suit your needs.
Our banquets feature a variety of dishes from the restaurant's menu, served family-style to a large group of guests at all our banquet halls.
Experience exceptional service and authentic Andhra cuisine at our chain of 15 hotels across Bangalore with a memorable dining experience.
Introducing our signature masala blends, handcrafted by our expert chefs using the finest spices and seasonings to add authentic Indian flavors to your cooking.
Andhra cuisine is a rich and flavorful cuisine from the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is known for its spicy and tangy dishes, with a heavy use of chili, tamarind, and other spices.
A flavorful and aromatic biryani made with mutton (goat meat), basmati rice, and a blend of spices. It is a popular dish in Andhra Pradesh and is usually served with raita (spiced yogurt) or brinjal curry.
A spicy and tangy chicken dish made with boneless chicken pieces that are marinated in a blend of spices and then stir-fried with green chilies.
A popular Andhra dish made with tender pieces of mutton that are marinated in a spicy blend of spices and then roasted in a clay oven.
A traditional style of biryani from the Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh, made with chicken, basmati rice, and a blend of spices.
A popular Indian kebab made with boneless chicken, flavored with spices and grilled on skewers.
A popular Indian street food made with boneless chicken that is marinated in a blend of spices and then deep-fried until crispy.
A spicy and flavorful chicken curry made with a blend of aromatic spices and coconut milk, originating from the Chettinad region of Tamil Nadu.
Fried or grilled mutton chops, marinated in spices and sometimes coated in breadcrumbs, are a popular non-vegetarian snack in Andhra Pradesh.
A popular South Indian dish made by coating fish with a mixture of spices and flour and then deep-frying until crispy.
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