I'll start with our favourite, the Garlic Roast Paan and Pork Curry Combo (Rs. 480). The pork curry was great. We could taste a rich blend of spices here, fully absorbed by every piece of meat. There were a few oily bits, but it was high in meat. The gravy shared the same excellent flavour, so the tiny portion of roast paan (a half) they offer doesn't quite cut it. We highly suggest getting some more bread on the side to scoop up every bit of this. The Chilli Chicken Kottu (Rs. 680) was offered as a hefty portion, but in terms of flavour, it's nothing to write home about. Spicy as promised, but way too oily in texture, we spotted around 8-10 pieces of chicken here.
This is the Egg & Kooni Pol Roti Sandwich (Rs. 280). We loved the filling, but the pol roti, not so much. The roti itself was soggy, and we quite couldn't detect the coconut content.
Mouth Melters serves as an option to fix your podi badaginna, if you're in the area. Make sure to try the pork curry, it's fantastic!