Chennai Food - Yummy

Chennai Famous Filter Coffee

Pani Poori My Fav North Indian Chat

Traditional Chennai South Indian Food

Chennai is a mixture of both modern and tradition, in the same way Chennai foods is a mixture of both tradition and modern foods, Chennai have a very diverse foods we can find here local south Indian menus to Chinese thai and other international food items, I am a food lover I ate foods from roadside shops (kaienthi bhavan) to star hotels in Chennai and mostly they taste very good, so let me start with south Indian menu of Chennai. Whenever u go to an ordinary hotel in Chennai and ask the waiter “What U have to eat”, he starts like this “Idly, dosa, masla dosa, oothappam , rava dosa, puri, pongal , barotta, sambar satham, thayir satham, briji, meals, coffee, tea” and ends in his own style, very famous Chennai cuisine are idly sambar, dosa varities, poori, pongal, rice they are the common food of chenna people. Being in Chennai how can I forget hot Chennai filter coffee, there are many many coffee lovers in Chennai like me “ Every Thing Can Happen Over A Cup Of Coffee”, When We come to chat food department we can see the hands of north Indian chat items raised high, most of the Chennai youths like north Indian chats, we can see many new chat food shops being started in de corners of the street, my fav chat item is pani poori , phavbaji, samosa channa, papdi chat etc. I know my friends will kill me if I am not writing about Fast Food hotels, some time we used to hang out in a fast food in our area, Most of the fast foods serve hot Chinese items like fried rice, noodles, soups, etc... Then here comes the famous Chennai beach menus, when I hear de word beach food the first thing which to my mind is Sundal, then chilli (Molaga) baji, roasted corn etc… Some of the famous hotels in Chennai are saravan bhavan, hot chips for veg foods and anjappar chettinadu restaurant for non-veg. some of the famous 5 star hotels are in Chennai like Le royal Meridian, Taj Connemara, Adayar gate etc.. totallu Chennai food rocks