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This restaurant is a gem on its own! The food is excellent and so tasteful - I ordered the meals and was amazed with the mix of flavours. It is the place to go if you want to experience the traditional local south Indian food!...More
Hotel Junior Kuppanna is one of the restaurants in the locality. I was there with my friends for lunch, we had tasty biryani. Their food quality was good. Their service was good. The ambience of the restaurant was good. They maintain their surroundings clean. One...More
I had ordered a Mushroom Manchurian for take away. Paid 198₹. The quantity I got in return wouldn't even cost 100₹. And on top of this they made me wait for 45 mins. You get no value for money and the taste was terrible! Please...More
We've been to this place in August 2018 whilst on holiday. Our driver too us here as we really wanted to have a proper south-indian meal.
It was absolutely yummy! We didn't even go for the non-veg as the veg meal other people were having...More
I tries this place last week. Food tastes good but very low quantity and overprices. You get better food with same price and taste in Chennai. The location is also very stinky. There is very bad smell around in the evening time and it will...More
We ordered two biryanis and a lollypop chicken and it actually cost 775 rupees . The quantity was very less and also the lollypop is supposed to be chicken legs , but the ones served to us looked like leftovers from several plates ... Disgusting...More
The food is not worth for money you pay
1. Quantity is too bad . It’s a kids meal . Sometime feel kids meal are better in size
2. Never go for mutton kheema , they add left over items to meat more of cholesterol...More
The bustling shopping district of Chennai, T. Nagar is a junction of packed streets that attracts locals and tourists alike, especially during the wedding and festive seasons. Home to multi-storeyed stores selling the most colourful and latest designs of saris, gold
jewellery and narrow lanes with regular everyday shopping bargains especially on Ranganathan Street and Pondy Bazaar, it is one of the liveliest market places in the city. Just a stroll around the place dotted with street food stalls and eateries offering traditional South Indian meals is good enough to capture the life at T. Nagar and you will surely be tempted to buy something that you might not have planned to. Most of the residential bungalows were built in art-deco style and till today, have been maintained well on G.N.Chetty Road.