A first south indian cuisine in camden country New Jersey
Here at ammas we bring a part of India to you through its rich and selective variety of food.
Our lightly spiced soups are popular not only for their delicious flavor,but also for their health benefits.
Keeping in mind to maintain the traditional methods fused with latest technology to give a very tasty traditional food. It is more like veetu sapadu (home made food).
The recepies have been passed and tried down from generation and it has been used and changed to suit the present generation
Welcome to first south indian cuisine in camden country New Jersey. The meaning of Amma is Mother. Our concept is to serve you tasty food like our mother use to feed us.
India has a rich cultural diversity reflected in its culinary profile with flavors and ingredients that vary dramatically as one moves across region. Here at ammas we bring a part of India to you through its rich and selective variety of food. Our tailor-made menu is created to suit the plates of all our customers and will also give them an authentic taste of some of indias most popular regional dishes.
The recepies have been passed and tried down from generation and it has been used and changed to suit the present generation, keeping mind to maintain the traditional methods fused with latest technology to give a very tasty traditional food which is more like veetu sapadu (home made food ).
We have carved a niche for ourselves in this competitive food industry by offering simple but yet delicious food keeping mind the quality, quantity and hygeine.our vegetables are handpicks fresh produe ,only allowing the best entering the kitchen. We use banana leaf to serve food, it gives differnt flavour and taste to the food.
Before placing your order please inform your server if a person in your party has a food allergy so our team takecare you specially.
Not all ingredients are listed on the menu
In the South Indian tradition, our soups are prepared from a base of tamarind, tomato, cumin, peppercorns, turmeric, and curry leaves. These lightly spiced soups are popular not only for their delicious flavor, but also for their health benefits.
Tomato, chili, pepper, and cumin in a tamarind juice base.
Features a broth made from lentils and boiled rice.
Farm-fresh country chicken with turmeric, curry leaves, and peppercorns.
These south Indian street snacks are also called tea shop bench snacks or beach snacks. They come with homemade chutneys on the side, and are served with banana leaves.
Made with flour, yogurt and spices.
Made with rice, lentils, fresh coconut and spices.
Made with turmeric potato, lentils and onions.
Made with flour, boiled egg, spices and herbs.
Made with flour, cumin seeds, onion, spinach and curry leaves.
It’s a tea time snack made with skinned split bengal bean and onions. Crispy and flavorful.
Made with fresh bitter gourd, flour, fennel seeds, turmeric.
Long pepper fried with flour and spices.
Indian fritters made with lentils, whole black pepper, onions and curry leaves.
Vegetables coated with besan flour and asafoetia. Potato, plantain, eggplant, onion, and chili.
Crispy cauliflower with tangy sauce, garlic and herbs.
Popular in Chennai City. Vegetables marinated with ginger, garlic, turmeric, coriander, spices, herbs, dusted with flour and deep fried.
Cubed cottage cheese with green pepper, chopped garlic and herbs.
Meat marinated with ginger, garlic, turmeric, coriander, spices, and herbs. Dusted with flour and deep fried.
Crispy chicken with ginger, garlic ,green pepper and spring onion.
Chicken wings made to the shape of lollipop, marinated and fried.
Chicken cooked with crushed black pepper, curry leaves, tomatoes, onions, and herbs.
Chicken cooked in a medium flame with crushed pepper, red onions and herbs until it become dry.
Hyderabhad village style of chicken starter made with fresh ground spices.
Farm-fresh, bone-in country chicken made with chettinad masala, butter, spices and herbs. Cooked in a flat grill until golden brown.
Goat or lamb cooked with turmeric, ginger, garlic, curry leaves, red onions, crushed black pepper and herbs.
Goat or lamb made tomatoes, onlons, and fresh ground spices.
An Indian highway food. Minced meat cooked with spices, red onion, garlic, ginger and herbs.
Shrimp cooked with red onions, ginger, garlic, tomato, turmeric and fennel seeds.
Flat grilled pomfret or kingfish (based on availability), marinated with chettinad, ground spices, herbs, and curry leaves.
Chicken marinated in a mixture of yogurt, garlic, ginger, selected spices and grilled.
10 Item Thali - A feast for one! Nutritious combination of flavors and textures featuring 10 different items: chapathi, basmati rice, sambar, rasam, sauteed vegetable of the day, mor kuzhambu, pickle, pappad, chef’s vegetable curry or meat curry, and dessert of the day. Feel free to ask for extra rice. Sorry - no substitutions.
Add an egg omelette with fresh onions, green chilis, herbs.$3.00
Add a spicy boiled egg with masala.$3.50
Grand Thali (Same as the 10 Item Thali above but with 5 additional items)
Choice of Bisi Bele Bath, Rasam Rice, or Curd Rice. Served With Pappad & Pickle.$7.95
Traditionally prepared, aromatic, blended with marinated spices and gently cooked with basmathi rice served with raitha.
Savory cakes made by steaming a batter consisting of fermented black lentil and rice. A traditional South Indian breakfast. Three cakes per order.
Two pieces. Made with fermented rice batter. (Please allow 25 - 30 minutes for preparation) Does not include stew.
Made with fermented rice batter and beans. A thin rice crepe available in 18 different varieties.
(Build your own. Choose veggies, tomato, onion, chili peppers, and/or bell pepper.)
Served only with Idli, Dosa, Uthappam, Chapathi, Porotta and Appam
A delicacy popular in south Indian state of Tamilnadu. Multi-layered fluffy bread, egg, meat, and salna (a spicy sauce).
All entrees are served with basmati rice.
Simmered in fresh coconut based gravy with spice and herbs
Chettinad cuisine may be the spiciest and most aromatic cuisine in south India. Features 22 varieties of spices and herbs.
A spinach-based dish cooked with mustard, fenugreek and cream.
Featuring a delicious tangy cream sauce.
Roasted and served in a flavorful creamy sauce.
Vindaloo is a popular dish in ocean side of Goa. Cooked with tangy spicy curry.
There is a rising popularity of Kerala cuisine. It is aromatic, and gorgeously golden brown.
The meat is cooked with sorrel leaves known as gongura to get a tangy taste. It’s commonly made in the Andra region.
The most popular cuisine in Tamilnadu. Features 18 varieties of ground spices.
Cuisine of Kerala. Unique in its rich flavor.
Mild from the natural sweetness of the coconut milk, and aromatic from the whole spices
Nellore chepala pulusu andra style curry. Tangy flavor with spice and herbs. Choose fish or shrimp
A fish curry that’s popular in Madurai of Tamilnadu. You’ll taste the tamarind, turmeric and herbs.
All entrees are served with basmati rice.
Selected baby eggplant cooked in hot tamarind sauce An Amma’s speciality.
Selected whole peeled garlic and potatoes simmerd in tamarind sauce and house spices.
Split bengal grain simmered with special ground masala. An Amma’s speciality.
Smashed yellow lentil with turmeric and cumin.
Tomato Dal / Spinach Dal / Gongura Dal / Dal Tadka / Butter Dal.
Thin whole wheat homemade soft bread.
Multi-layered traditionally homemade soft bread.
Rice crepe with cheddar cheese.
A colorful confectionery dosa with tutti frutti.
Rice crepe with melting chocholate and nuts.
Grilled chicken breast cooked in fresh mango with creamy sauce.
Made with homemade cottage cheese with delicious milk sauce.
Milk solid based sweet balls soaked in honey syrup.
Warm brownie with our own home made vanilla ice cream.
Ask about our house special dessert of the day!
First south indian cuisine in camden country New Jersey. The meaning of Amma is Mother. Our concept is to serve you tasty food like our mother use to feed us.
(856) 784 1100
Eagle Plaza, Voorhees, 700 Haddonfield-Berlin Road # 14, 08043
Monday to Thursday 11am to 3pm and 5pm to 10pm
Friday 11am to 10:30pm
Saturday 12pm to 10:30pm
Sunday 12pm to 9 pm