The lowest price option is a mere ¥790 and that comes with two curries, naan or chapati, salad, basmati, and a lassi. Making it an even better deal, the naan and basmati are on repeat and you can really go to town if you have a particularly healthy appetite. I went for a slightly more expensive option (¥1090) which came with all of the above, but with three curries: chicken, mutton and mixed vegetable.
The katoris were quite deceiving as they are packed with ingredients – unlike some places that give you small bowl of curry sauce with a solitary piece of meat swimming in it. The basmati and chapati were polished off in no time, so I ordered more rice and a half naan (they just gave me a whole one) and they even threw in a complementary portion of sambar – a truly unexpected treat. That extra touch of customer care certainly goes a long way with me, anyway.
All in all a brilliant lunch and I envy anyone who lives in the area – It would be a no-brainer for me to go there every day. I recommend going with an appetite and at the start or end of lunch. As you can imagine with the quality and amount of food it gets pretty packed in there. I shared a table with a complete stranger, but it didn't matter one bit – he was as engrossed as I was, the food capturing our full attention. That's the Andhra magic!