Sree Gupta Bhavan, popularly known as ‘Loiee’ has opened their outlet and restaurant at 100 feet road, Velachery next to Sangeetha Restaurant , opp to Subway. It was quite a talk around our area, we decided to check the restaurant out for dinner on a Sunday. It was just 2 days old when we visited the restaurant. The restaurant was brightly lit and buzzing with activity. Ground floor is dedicated to Chaat and sweets counter and more like a fast food joint. First floor is the restaurant and was almost full with people waiting. Surprised at the reception this restaurant has got in an area filled with restaurants every few steps.
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It is a small restaurant with 2 floors. The entire restaurant is Air conditioned. The smell of traditional Rajasthani cuisines soon starts to tickle your nostrils once you start ordering your food, making you all the more hungry. The service is reasonably quick here.
If you are familiar with T Nagar Mansukh, this restaurant is their sister concern. Infact they ran the 90s Mansukh which was on Usman Road, together.
Among the different locales in the city, Sowcarpet definitely tops the list when it comes to chaat items. It takes you 15 minutes for you
to drive to the area, but 20 minutes to drive in the area, to the shop. It is a place where people can get a wide variety of chaat with no fancy prices. There are innumerable stalls on the road and also various small chaat-corners that offer a wide range of mouth-watering Pani Puris, Bhel puri, Daabeli, Ghaatia, Jalebi, and Bhujiya Bondas. You also get a range of sweets, lassis, Badam kheers, Basandis along with the spicy chaats. The taste of the food here is very authentic.
For those of you who have never dared venturing into the busy streets of Sowcarpet, the following are some of the best places to eat.