Weekly Scoop on Restaurants and Food Specialties in Chennai
Taste a signature dish called Vegetable Cheese Kurikuri that is similar to the spring roll and has a stuffing of cottage cheese in the multi-cuisine coffee shop. This is one of the few places where you can get fresh asparagus soup in the city and not the canned ones.
Interested in trying out Japanese Cuisine ?
Head to Dahlia Restaurant at
This place is owned and run by Revathi Nagaswami, an interpreter who learnt this unique cuisine while living in Japan. Located in a secluded and not to mention dingy building, the restaurant has won the heart of many Japanese food lovers. If you are a vegetarian, you also have a lot to choose from. The restaurant has a knack of making the non-veg dishes into veg dishes so you do not lose out on tasting the cuisine. Sushi, wasabi, Sake, name it and it is there, well prepared and enjoyable. Food is priced well compared to the other exclusive cuisine restaurants and the quantity is generous. Menu is in English with the description in English and Photograph of each dish. No spoons and forks only chopsticks.
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Posted on December 15, 2011, in Attractions, Food, Restaurants and tagged anna nagar, asparagus soup, chennai, dahlia, italian icecreams, japanese food, Nungambakkam High Road, residency hotel, specialty restaurant, T. Nagar. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.