Top 10 Best Restaurants in Chrompet, Chennai
In Chromepet, one can find almost all the big restaurant chains . Apart from big names, Chromepet is home to some of the best street food joints in Chennai. The arrival of some of the best names like Buhari, DaalChini and Dindigul Thalapakatti has made Chromepet the prince of suburbs in Chennai. With enough options for shopping which attracts people from many small towns around South Chennai, the best restaurants are crowded all the time. All the best restaurants are located at walking distance from Saravana Stores.
Pure Vegetarian restaurants like Adyar Ananda Bhavan, SreeBalajee Bhavan, Hot Chips and Namma Veedu Vasantha Bhavan are quite big and located on the main road. These restaurants have party halls and a large parking area making them ideal for birthday parties and family functions. Here is the list of top 10 best restaurants in chrompet READ THIS LIST ONE BY ONE FROM NUMBER 10
Small idli shops are located near bus stand and near MIT flyover which operate only in the evenings. On an average dosas can cost Rs. 50 compared to Rs.10-15 in street food joints. The average meal for an adult at any of the high class vegetarian restaurant can cost Rs.300 including a dessert or fresh juice. A2b restaurant, Rich n Creamy and Gupta Bhavan operate chat counters too.
While Karaikudi and Anjappar are typical chettinad restaurants which serve meals with chicken, fish and mutton curry, there newer ones serve an exquisite menu with North Indian, Chinese and Arabian dishes. Then there are Arabian speciality restaurants like Faruzzi and Fazari which serve chicken schwarma, barbecue chicken and mostly include falooda for dessert.
Hotel Grand Palace is ideal for foodies looking for a buffet. Though the spread is not that large, the items served are hi hot and fresh. Hyssop in Radha nagar is a neighbourhood restaurant which serves some continental cuisines besides the regular stuff like naan, kal dosa, fried rice, noodles and butter chicken.
The newly opened Havi Kitchen just above Derekmart serves both vegetarian and non veg buffet. At Rs.299, the non veg buffet is the cheapest option in chromepet. Karaikudi chettinad Mess near railway station is very cost effective as they have attractive combos. Naalas Appakadai which used to be very popular has lost most of the regulars primarily because of the cost of dishes. However, it is still a good choice if you like Appams.
Bilal parotta near Vettri theatre is a small place and the ambiance resembles a street food joint, but the taste of kuruma is very good. The beef fry and Chilli beef are must try dishes. Daal Chini Hyderabadi chicken is a hit among spicy food enthusiasts. The Biriyani is just ok. Junior Kuppana near Pond's signal is not quite visible, but the Kongu style dishes are really great.