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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

Pedas, barfis, rasagullas, gulab jamuns, – you can see Diwali is really close to the heart, read, stomach. So since Diwali is round the corner, we thought we’d throw in this Banana Roast recipe that sounded interesting- to add to

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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]G[/dropcap]oan cuisine is more enchanting that the natural beauty of its beaches. True story.    1.Ambot tik Curry love, the reason why we love Goa so much. Fish curry and rice form the ideal roots of Goan cuisine. This famous

1. Pakoras and tea  Breaking news: I’m too busy eating pakoras to care about anything else. Fried, crisp and utterly delightful, pakoras aren’t just for rainy days. They’re for when you’re hungry and you want a simple, delicious Indian snack

[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

“When food submerses the body, and through the body the soul, its relish disappears, and then alone does it begin to function in the way nature intended it to.” Gandhi [dropcap]G[/dropcap]andhi was very particular when it came to food. Throughout

So, goGrab.in has grabbed a new partner, eh? [dropcap]C[/dropcap]hennai’s online food court, gograb.in, takes the next step by merging with consulting firm, AnyCommerce Chennai Pvt. Ltd. The service offered by goGrab.in is simple and insightful; Order via go.Grab.in and simply

[dropcap]W[/dropcap]e’ve all grown up with Nutella sandwiched between bread. However, in India, we can ‘Indianize’ everything. Even Nutella. Here is a list of Indian food that go surprisingly well with Nutella spread. 1. Nutella chapatti  We keep adapting to our

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he Tirupati Ladoo given out as prasadam is unique in every way. This delicious, spherical-shaped sweet is loved by all the pilgrims and has gained a reputation world-wide. Quality and quantity are valued more than anything else during the preparation

[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

                    Oh look, another app! [dropcap]I[/dropcap] hope there’s space in your Android and iOS phones, because Bharati Airtel’s latest music app, Wynk, is what everyone is downloading these days. Wynk is

1. Vada pav  It’s proudly called the ‘Indian burger’. The vada pav’s origins are humble. It was initially sold as a low cost dish but due to its popularity it slowly entered the menus of top hotels. A crisp vada