It might seem like the other cities have a lot going on on a regular basis, but folks in Chennai, don’t worry about anything, because this fair city has so much going on that you don’t know about yet. And that’s the whole point of this article. Make sure you take a good look and plan your life around what you can do and how you can be part of all the fun happening in Chennai.
Whether it’s a cooking class or a food walk or a food festival, there’s something for everyone. The great thing about Chennai is that there are so many different kinds of restaurants in the city to choose from and if you’re not looking to do anything different from the usual, your week is already taken care of. But, if you want to try something new and experience a different kind of food, here’s where you need to go, starting today!
Cooking Class @ Sandy’s
If you’ve been waiting for a chance to learn how to cook Chinese or Italian dishes, or even salads, then Sandy’s is where you need to be. Three Saturdays this month are being devoted to cooking classes at Sandy’s, where they’ll teach you the basics and how to make your favourite dishes. August 6th has Chinese Cooking Classes and you can sign up, by checking out their Facebook page.
Chennai Kebab Trail with Sterling Holidays & Blaffer
Blaffer and Sterling Holidays are bringing to you a food walk that you cannot miss out on. You may not know that Chennai has a long list of great places to get kebabs in the city, but Sterling Holidays and Blaffer have narrowed down a bunch of places for you to check out. Get all the details on Facebook and sign up right away!
Arun Ice Creams All You Can Eat
This Sunday, at the Raja Muthiah Hall/ Rani Meyyammai Hall in Egmore, you can be part of an all you can eat ice cream event! All it takes is Rs. 50 to register and you can eat as much ice cream as you want. You get to choose from 6 yummy bars – Spiral, Trio, Fun Wheel, Jolly Train, Twins and Jelly – and spend all day just eating ice cream. Is there a better way to beat the Chennai summer? Check out BookMyShow for tickets.
North Indian Food Festival, Park Hyatt
Chef Anil Khurana is in Chennai for 10 days, and will be making and showcasing authentic North Indian food at The Flying Elephant for a food festival from August 5th to August 21st. Dishes like galouti kebabs to chicken tikka and paneer tikka will be on the menu. Call 04430925910 for more details.
Pasta Specials, Leela Palace
Spectra, the all-day dining restaurant at Leela Palace is hosting a special pasta festival with an elaborate new menu. Guests can choose from the specially curated dishes like Linguine Aragosta, Carbonara Ravioli, Home Made Saffron Pappardelle and so many more! This festival will be on till August 21st and you can get more details and make reservations by calling 044 30853796.