If you are a food stylist, food blogger, gourmet chef, caffeine junkie or just a keen foodie, you definitely are more worried about your salad being finely chopped than your appearance. To keep up with your food cravings there are these street food fairs, wine tasting events and food festivals in Chennai. For all the foodies who are avid learners; there are cooking workshops, baking workshops, cake making classes in Chennai and a lot more. You can also explore various food truck festivals happening in the Chennai.
Content your taste buds with sumptuous food. Craving for food already? Explore some amazing food events in Chennai.
One of the hubs of South Indian cuisine, Chennai is home to many delicious restaurants and street food stalls. If you’re visiting the city, you must try everything that’s on offer to really enjoy the taste of South India, especially Tamilian cuisine. Known for being home to many iconic restaurants that are world-famous, Chennai has dishes - both non-veg and veg that you wouldn’t find anywhere else in the country. There are also pubs in Chennai that offer a unique flavour when compared to the ones elsewhere. Make sure you’re free for a couple of days for a gastronomic tour in the city and return refreshed and satisfied.
There are many different restaurants that serve legendary South Indian fare, and one of the most popular ones is Murugan Idli Shop. They have different franchises across the city and you can start off with the most popular filter coffee, followed by dosa or idli. This combination is part of a list of Chennai’s famous food that lends it its uniqueness. Murugan Idli Shop also generally serves. There are other restaurants in the city which also serve South Indian and other multicuisine options for those interested. You could head over to A2B, or Adyar Anandha Bhavan and dig into some scrumptious South Indian food. Options you can dig into include some delicious vegetarian food like rava dosa, parrota, sambar vada, curd rice and so much are available and you’re going to have a ball if you have a big appetite. Another awesome place for you to try out some great South Indian food in Chennai is The Marina, especially for non-veg lovers. You can get your hands on some nice chicken and crab dishes and sample some of the city’s unique flavors.
Atho Street food is one spot where you’ll be able to enjoy some delicious street food in the city. You can dig into a unique mix of Burmese-Indian cuisine and try some great dishes that have noodles and masala in equal measure. You could also try the various food carts in the city that serve legendary street food such as pani puri, uthappams, bhajjis, puttus, jalebis and so much more. For cooking classes in Chennai, you can head over to Reema’s Swad Cooking Classes where she will teach you different types of confectionery and baking. Sam’s Culinary Art is another spot where you can learn about different styles of cooking. OMR Food Street is a popular place which has regular food festivals in Chennai. Head over and enjoy a range of street food with your friends and family. With Allevents, get all the details on all of the delicious restaurants and hotels in your city. We have curated a list of the best, so you’re sure to have a great time eating and drinking whenever you head out!
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