Amudhasurabhi is located a short distance from the north exit of Nishi-Kasai station (Tozai Line) and is easy to find once you see the landmark of Y's Mart on the opposite side of the road and to the left. We got there around 1pm on Sunday and the place was empty apart from one other customer. We signed up for the buffet, which had a great range of southern Indian goodies, including Keerai Vadai (a deep-fried savoury donut made with dal, spinach, and coriander), Urulai Soya Varuval (a kind of crunchy fried potato), Thakari Rasam and Katharikan Sambhar (thali staples), Yuugao Kutto (calabash (bottle gourd)), and Malabar Fish Curry (derived from the Kerala region). All of this came on repeat with basmati rice, Malabar Parotta, salad and sweets (kheer, pasayam).
The food, despite not being as warm as we would like, still went down very well and especially the Yuugao Kutto, which was deep and flavourful and full of the soft bottle gourd, dal, and a spinkle of mustard seed. Some warm parotta came out, which helped us clean up what remained in our katoris, and we ended up satisfied with the meal, and full but not to the point of feeling overly stuffed.
Weekend Lunch Buffet (1h):
Adults - ¥ 1200
Kids - ¥600