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Pleasant ambiance for dining. Traditional vegetarian food with lot of variety in the menu. Tasty food both in south and north indian. I am a regular visitor and impressed with their consistency in taste. Try south indian thali.
The place is located near the new secreterait building opposite the Medical college.. teh place serves good southindian Thali.. they dont serve tiffin in the noon... generally the service is good and the food is fairly good
The first time I went to Woodlands was with my father and still I remember what he explained about their fresh and traditional vegetarian food. Even after so many years still I feel that the Woodlands have not compromised regarding the quality of their food....More
A long time favourite of many, the Woodlands is located in the heart of the city on the Radhakrishnan salai. The food quality is excellent and the ambience is very good. I guess it is run by people from Udupi, known for their quality South...More
Huge place in Chennai for tasting good South Indian food.
Old traditional valued place. Food is very good here. You get all type of South Indian food and is very DELICIOUS. Ample car park is there and you get a feel to enjoy with you...More
The Woodlands name is well known in southern India for very good vegetarian food. This restaurant does not disappoint. Try it for authentic local cuisine. Plenty of variety in the menu and the taste and quality are good. Service is also very good. Located in...More
Another busy neighbourhood that is a center of trade and commercial related sctivities is the famous and popular Royapettah. Apart from being known for its many tourist attractions, Royapettah is a favourite shopping and entertainment check in for all budget travelers. Popular for shops selling home fabrics, traditional sweets, furniture and house décor, it can be quite a delight for all those looking at packing in
a range of quick shopping on a busy touristy day. For those seeking to take a break from a shopping agenda, visit the magnificent 150-year old Amir Mahal – one of the largest palaces in the city or chill at Amethyst, a nostalgically posh haven that's outrageously popular with expats and well-off Chennaiites for its creative menu and beautiful range of artefacts and jewellery.