Hotel Millath, Royapettah

As my friend and I were driving back home, had a chance to visit one of the old places in Royapettah for dinner – Hotel Millath! Continue reading

Chaat Chatore and The London Shakes, Velachery

A cute little place that opened quite recently on the 100-Feet Road in Velachery! I’ve been eyeing this place for a while now, but somehow couldn’t visit. Finally one of my friends came home to meet me, and I dragged him along for a chaat dinner. I couldn’t be happier that I checked it off! Continue reading

Hotel Pandia’s, Vadapalani

It used to be one of our regular places for lunch many years ago when my classmates from College used to stay in this locality. It has been quite sometime since I visited this place. My last experience at their Royapuram outlet was not extraordinary, in spite of that, decided to check out this branch purely out of nostalgia! Continue reading

Courtallam Border Rahmath Kadai, T. Nagar

Call me lucky or whatever, in spite of many complaints on various food groups since the time they started, even after umpteen visits, we have always returned satisfied! Continue reading

Madras Takkar, Madipakkam

The ambience, food, service, everything matters for an overall experience! Of course, you could overlook any of these when the other one absolutely makes up for it. Here’s how our experience unfolded. Continue reading

Hotel Sri Kamatchi, Pondicherry

Perhaps I went with too high expectations after hearing so much about this place, or perhaps it was their one off day, I wasn’t very impressed with the whole experience! It wasn’t bad, but then it wasn’t wow, I’ll tell you why! Continue reading

Ajantha Sea View Hotel, Pondicherry

In Pondicherry, there are umpteen regular bars, roof garden bars, etc. This felt really close to the beach and couldn’t be any better! Continue reading

Bhangra, Kanathur, Chennai

Everytime we visit Mayajaal, invariably the next question in our minds would be where to eat! The food court in Mayajaal was never in consideration as it was not even appealing! However, this time, the food court was much better looks-wise! However, we had made up our mind to visit Bhangra, a Punjabi restaurant in Mayajaal. Continue reading

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