Top 10 food of Chennai:Foodie’s choice

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If you have thought that all the Chennai offered you as a part of breakfast snacks and dinner was idli then you are so wrong in fact. Chennai has been continued as the hub for a lot of folks from all across the country since the British ruled us, which clearly means that there is a variety of chat bhandaars that absolutely we should not miss. So the next time it rains in Chennai we suggest you try these street food of chennai for spicy, tangy time,which will must make you crazy of it:

1. Karishma Pani Poori Shop

This place literally is the first outlet one should try in Chennai for a delicous chaat. We don’t know what’s magic he does in the plate, but the Pani Puri plate is yummi-licious. And you definitely cannot stop at just one or two or even three or more.


Location: Near Rangoli Sarees, Nungambakkam High Road

2. Royal Sandwich Shop

Usually you crave for all that masala between two layers of soft bread and even though you could make one at home easily, you will still run to Royal Sandwich. Their blends of sandwiches at extremely reasonable prices are too good to be true for yoir tongue as well as your tummy.

Location: 159/160, T.T.K Road, Alwarpet

3. Sundal and Chaat At Beaches

If you are visiting any of the popular beaches especially Marina and Elliots, then the chaat in the form of Sundal will certainly come to you. All you need to do is have 20 bucks on you and a great spot to enjoy the panaromic view while you are gobbling this popular food of chennai.

Location: Marina And Elliots Beach

4. OSB Hot and Chaat

This is a legendary restaurant, known for its chat collection is OSB Hot Chaat. Just an advice, you should read between the lines while ordering snacks there such as Aloo poori if you want to have Aloo chaat. They have recently opened another chaat store there for the best food of chennai
Location: 82, Lake View Road, West Mambalam

5. Ajanabi Mithai Ghar

Well, Ajnabi is no stranger now for all those who have been in Chennai for quite little time. And, Egmore is expected to should have at least one chaat outlet there which will teleport to you to another city altogether. After tasting all that chaat, make sure that you have enough sweets to balance your spice.

Location: 149, Fountain Plaza, Pantheon Road, Egmore

6. Kakada Ramprasad

The magic of mint street in Sowcarpet is one that each chaat lover will never forget. The major outlet being Kakada Ramprasad, which serves us some lip-smacking kachoris and chatpata samosa chaat,famous food of chennai. Do have the popular tasty Anmol lassi an ex-wrestler who has stall adjacent to this eatery.

Location: 348, Mint Street, 1st Floor, Sowcarpet

7. Venkatramana Boli Stall

If you are searching for a traditional chaat or snack time, head to Venkatraman Boli stall that is not only authentic but also a clean and tidy stall that serves mouthwatering boli. Make sure you that you go here only and must not try other places which are not good in taste.

Location: 58 Thambiah Road ,West Mambalam

8. Indiska Magic

A different take on the regular chaat can be found at a new haunt in Chennai known as Indiska Magic. Th serve sizzling chaats such as Tawa Mutter Kulcha, Sizzling Pv Bhaji which ought to make your chaat experience a little more Mediterranean.

Location: 8, Harrington Road, Chetpet

9. Links

Another hot spot for Khakra, Aloo chips and Dabeli is Links. They may look like a dingy place to eat at, but their specials and flavours make up for it in a large way. The corn canapes here are to die for.

Location: 22, Raja Annamalai Road, Purasavakkam ( out outlets at Arumbakkam and George Town)

10. Mehtaas Vada Pav

If you are looking for a quick recharge spot on the Poonamalle road, look no further than Mehtaas vada pav, that seems to be here just to delight you. With just 200 bucks in your wallet, you can fill yourself on mayo cheese pav, corn cheese pav, pani puri and some juice.

Location: 22/9, Raja Annamalai Road, Purasavakkam

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