Chennai

Amudham Juice shop is a gulp away from the ordinary. They’ve come up with a menu that’s sure to make your average juice shop jealous. Take a look at some of the mixes they offer and do drop by to

Sambar is close to every Indian’s heart. Tell us there’s Sambar and we’ll be at your wedding, birthday or house-warming. All we need is some idly, pongal or paper roast dosa, drowning in steaming hot Sambar. Here’s a list of

Hunger pangs in the middle of the night and your fridge seems a tad, well, empty? Dial one of these places and you’ll have a meal before you just like that! 1. Food by Night Predominantly Indian, Indo-Chinese main courses

“Winter” in Chennai is all about rain, strong wind and lovely things to eat. So take a walk round the city and sip or bite into these snacks that will warm your Chennai Spirit.  1. Soup by the beach 2.

Italian, Mexican, American, Lebanese; and let’s not forget Indian- for the hard core Desi. A 100% vegetarian and absolutely de-lish, New Yorker is back in town with a Bang! They’ve retained their favourites and thrown in a few more delicacies

Dear Dunkin Donuts, all you have to do is use these prototypes and work your usual magic and you’ll have Police cars pulling up.  1.Donut 65 2.Thirunelveli Irruttu Kadai Halwa Donut 3.Kim Tai’s Chilli Panneer Donut 4.Ritchie Street’s Rose Milk

We were in for a treat, last Sunday, as we took a little drive to VGP Universal Kingdom. Colourful lights, cheers, pottery sheds, tug of war sessions, weaving stations- Oh and make way for the Bullock Cart! Namma Ooru touch,

[dropcap]W[/dropcap]here ‘everything’ means mustard, dill pickles and onions. Swensosns is a famous drive-in restaurant that’s been attracting customers for the past 81 years. Their trademark is adding brown sugar to their burgers. Swensons burgers have been voted the ‘best burger

[dropcap]D[/dropcap]o you love the smell of freshly baked bread as it comes straight out of the oven? Sandy’s has a new junior in town, and this new store has settled comfortably in Alwarpet. The words ‘Old Madras Baking Company’ is

[dropcap]I[/dropcap]t is only when you’re stuck in a traffic jam, or you’re trying to get onto a crowded train or a bus that you understand the sheer number of Chennai’s massive population. There are 8 million residents in our metro

[dropcap]W[/dropcap]hy are you carrying a bucket to the kitchen? OMG, is that-? Biryani in a ..bucket? Numerous items on the menu and yet, your attention is stolen by the biryani. A warm plate of biryani packed with spices, vegetables and

[dropcap]I[/dropcap]dlis have been steamed, soft and round as far as history remembers. You order a plate of idlis and you get two perfectly cooked idlis with sambar and chutney for the dip. It’s healthy and tasty. No complaints there. But

[dropcap]B[/dropcap]arely a few weeks old, Menchies has been raking up good reviews for giving hot Chennai, a cool escape from the weather. So we at HungryForever decided to go find out what all the noise was about. Tucked away in

You’ve got to be off your rockers to attempt this [dropcap]I[/dropcap]n Tamil Nadu, the cow is revered for being a sacred animal. Cow-slaughter is banned in this state. Whether they wanted free fresh milk every day or just wanted to

[dropcap]I[/dropcap]f we are impressed with the dessert that we eat, we waste no time in telling the waiter to give our compliments to the chef. In the baking industry though, the bigger picture shows more than just a chef baking

‘[dropcap]M[/dropcap]y dad knows the head of the entire police department.’ ‘Either you let me go or I start dialing numbers, your choice’. You’ll do anything to worm your way out from the traffic policeman’s clutches, even if it means you’re

’Life is imperfect, except for ice cream.’ ‘Do I-? Of course, I need more chocolate with that!’ ‘Hey Waiter, forget the main course, just bring the dessert.’ When you’re a dessert person, you’ll not hesitate to explore all the tastes

[dropcap]I[/dropcap]f you went to the beach looking for ” those bikinis”, then you must be  in the wrong city. More than anything else, Madras loves its beaches. All our memories are born there. Whether it is touching the waves, making sand hills

It must get one-sided as you keep reading food blogs. Sometimes you need to get into that screen and voice your opinions. With that thought in mind, you’ve definitely got to join these Facebook food groups. 1. The Indian Restaurant

There is a battle coming and I’m warning you to protect yourself with an- Apron. What? Oh, you’ve read it right. SPI is raising the heat with this year’s biggest cooking competition in Chennai; The Cook-Off. This sparks my interest