Seetharam Snack Center has been started with a prime objective of providing "A Unique South Indian Snacking Experience" to everybody. The uniqueness of the snack, is in its Authenticity and "homemade" taste. All the menu items are prepared exactly as my mother prepares at home. The recipes are very original as our forefathers used to make in a Pallakkad Tamil Iyer's home. These have been passed from generation to generation and now this is exactly as my mother makes at home. A lot of care is taken to ensure that the taste and flavours remain homemade. The food products are prepared hygienically and in a clean environment. All the items are prepared after the order and is delivered fresh on the table. As a practice we use only Rice Bran oil as cooking medium and pure Ghee and Butter from Coimbatore. The chutneys are prepared only in Mineral Water.
Seetharam Snack Center as covered by NMTV during Idli Festival on first anniversary in July, 2015. There were 11 different types of Idlis offered to customers.
Seethram Snack Centre at Dombivli serves more than 11 types of idlis and different types of chutney, dosa, sambhar and other south Indian snacks, the festival will serve authentic south Indian dishes. Subbaram Viswanathan, owner of snack centre, has worked in IT sector for 30 years and started this venture in 2014 along with his hotel graduate brother Sundaram Viswanathan. The duo said, “Our aim is to serve authentic south Indian food to foodies in the city. Our snack center has completed a year and we wanted to treat people, so have started this month-long festival.” Along with 11 types of idli, 24 types of dosa, chutney and other south Indian snacks is also there. They added, Plain idli, kanchipuram idli, vegetable idli, rawa idli, stuffed masala idli, fried idli, nai idli, dahi, idli pudi, sweet and dry fruit idli will be served. The price range from Rs.40 for a plain idli to Rs.100 for a dry fruit idli. The owners said they are receiving overwhelming response and people from Thane, Mumbai and Navi Mumbai are visiting. A resident who went to the fest said, "It was a treat as after a long time, we ate authentic south Indian dishes. Many people looking forward to the fest to relish lip-smacking idlis."