Udupi Restaurant — A vegetarian enclave opens in Salmiya

Udupi Restaurant, the exclusively vegetarian Indian restaurant in Kuwait, opened their third branch in the country with the inauguration of the Salmiya Branch located in Salem Mubarak Street.

Indian ambassador to Kuwait H.E. Jeeva Sagar inaugurated the branch, alongside a select gathering of well-wishers and the restaurant management led by Managing Director Potti.

Udupi Restaurant has been serving authentic and delicious Indian vegetarian dishes for more than 20 years to a large clientele made up of both vegetarians and non-vegetarians.

 Udupi Restaurant, named after the eponymous city in the Indian state of Karnataka, is famous all over India and in many parts of the wider world for their unique cuisine with a distinct South Indian flavor to its dishes.

Udupi gained widespread popularity when they first opened in Kuwait, more than 20 years ago, as they were the first exclusively vegetarian restaurant in Kuwait. Since then, the Udupi’s exquisite vegetarian cuisine served through its two branches located in Sharq and in Fahaheel have attracted vegetarian-food lovers from all over the country. The addition of a new outlet in Salmiya will be welcomed by existing Udupi patrons, as well as by new connoisseurs of vegetarian food.

Dishes at Udupi restaurant are among the most authentic and highest-quality South Indian vegetarian dishes available in the country. The incorporation of fresh ingredients and specially ground Indian spices adds a flavor that only the specially-trained chefs at Udupi can conjure. The restaurant features an elegant décor that creates a refined ambiance and backdrop for the great dining experience.

 Speaking on the opening of a new branch in Salmiya, Mr. Potti said that they had kept the ambience of the restaurant simple and warm to reflect the mood and services, so that customers can enjoy the taste of vegetarian dishes in a homely and relaxed atmosphere.

 The menu at the new outlet is quite exhaustive and range from several types of dosas to puris and Indian vegetable dishes and savories, all priced at very reasonable rates. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and is located behind MRG Building on Salem Mubarak Street.