Experience the languid joys of Chennai, a city filled with temples and traditions, with a modernity juxtaposed against an ancient yet living civilisation.
There are many idly sambhar places in Chennai, but my favourite is Ratna Cafe; the idlys are perfectly hot and squidgy, and the sambar finger-licking good!
The delicate flavours of Japanese cuisine are an acquired taste for many Chennai locals, but for those who dare, Teppan really hits the mark.
As Lonely Planet names Chennai as one of their top ten cities for 2015, we’re exploring the capital of south India for less than $25 a day!
Benjarong Chennai proves that Indians have an appetite for authentic Thai food, despite the cuisine still ranking behind Chinese in the popularity stakes.
Although it has been quite some time since I last visited here, reviews suggest that nothing has changed; Stix offers a different, quality kind of Chinese dinner in India’s southern city.
The Madras Pavilion in Chennai was a welcome addition to Chennai’s buffet food scene when it opened in late 2012; a range of food from across India, and pleasant, posh, contemporary (but not stuffy) surroundings.
Today is the first day of the Chinese lunar calendar year, with Chinese communities welcoming the new year around the world at midnight last night.