Hola Mexican Food! Habanero has now reopened in Chennai and how!!
Habanero is a specialty restaurant that serves Mexican cuisine. Contrasting flavors and spices are combined to create a unique dining experience.
Hot plate of butter masala dosa, podi idly, vada with varieties of chutney and piping hot sambar is enough to bring a full grown south Indian man to knees. South Indian cuisine is very distinguish, VB SIGNATURE takes the cuisine to the next level.
VB is a known brand amongst all Chennaites. VB signature is a premium and contemporary extension of the brand.
Vb signature takes the distinctive South Indian cuisine to next level. Their menu is filled with an array of full-proof fusion delicacies that just can’t go wrong.
Yellow! That’s the color of the season. No no not a fashion blog. I’m talking about the color palette on your palate. Mango..
Who’d miss a chance to learn some amazing home-made secrets behind the Italian Cuisine? I dunno about you all but I wouldn’t have miss it for hell and I did not.
This exclusive cooking section was being held at the Italian Section of The Flying Elephant at The Park Hyatt, Chennai where the sights and smells of Chef Alessandro’s Italian cooking invaded all our senses.
Summer is here and the best thing about summer in India- Mangoes. Mango is one thing that gets us Indian drooling. Lip smackingly delicious, no wonder it’s considered the King of fruits.
Summer is the time the Rajdhani team brings forth a treat for all mango lovers. A Thali that’s so Aamlicious that it deserves the “King of Thali” title. The Aam festival is held every year between April – June.
Pakwan, roughly translates to dish in hindi and delicacy in urdu. The fine dine vegetarian restaurant, specializes in north indian, chinese and continental. Located in the bylanes of G.N.chetty road , T nagar, its easy to spot, thanks to all the signboards and google maps.
The place screams Royal!! Done up in a melange of colors, with gold and red dominating the color palatte, the place looks breath-takingly beautiful.
Dilli ki laal Tikki.. Sialkoti Aloo.. Raan e Murg.. Nimboo Mirch Macchi.. No no I did not travel to Punjab or Delhi, I got to soak my taste buds into these yummies right here in Chennai at “The Great Indian Kebab Festival!!” Currently being held at the Copper Chimney. (Just the title had me drooling.)
Located on cathedral road, next to hot breads and MRF, it’s easy to locate!