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Indulge with Korean and Andhra food in Chennai restaurants

 


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Do you like Korean food or Andhra food? Then come to Ambrosia for Korean food and Charminar for Andhra food. If you are craving authentic dum biryani, we know just the place for you, Charminar prepared a tasty biryani for you. Don't miss it. The word “Ambrosia” is often associated with Greek and Latin, it can even be likened to the “Amrit” of Hindu mythology, but Chennai now boasts of “Ambrosia” with a Korean slant.

The wafting aromas on Cenotaph Road are sure to lead you to “Ambrosia. ” The brainchild of two Korean ladies, “Ambrosia” is the answer to the prayers of Chennai-based expatriates for their daily bread! This growing community often finds one obvious difference whilst living in India: the bread is never like back home! So these two ladies decided to bake fresh Korean bread to pamper their lot, and also give other expatriates a slice of other varieties in bread.

Ambrosia may be the nectar of Gods, but here, at this recently opened outlet, it translates as freshly baked Korean bread, muffins, cookies and other goodies. A visit to the neat store is quite an eye-opener: there’s the Korean soboro bread smeared with a crumbly caramelised peanut butter topping and gombo (Korean buns). Try the ham cheese roll and bread oozing with a custard filling. The vegetable bread masquerades as the pizza we know while the chestnut bread has a crunchy-nutty texture.

Other familiar favourites lining the shelves include crisp rusks, honey bread, brown bread, whole wheat bread and muffins. The muffins come with interesting fillings like chocolate chips, blueberry, nuts and even fresh fruit. We strongly recommend a slice of honey bread dusted with cinnamon powder and served with caramel syrup and a dollop of fresh cream, the strawberry and green tea muffin and their signature waffles topped with scoops of ice cream, drizzled with caramel syrup and crowned with a swirl of cream

We suggest you head to Charminar it is the best Andhra food restaurant in Chennai . And we don’t mean you need to trek all the way to the city of the Nizams! Charminar is the recently opened top restaurant in Chennai , dishing out aromatic and authentic Hyderabadi biryani.

Hyderabadi elegance and refinement has consumed the city’s cuisine and its fame and aroma has spread far and wide. The signature dish that truly stands out at Charminar is their layered dum biryani infused with chunks of mutton / chicken and aromatic spices. Cooked and served in a handi in the traditional style, the biryani is a complete meal by itself, and the reason why foodies go to Charminar! If you like seafood, then the prawn biryani is a must-try!

The patthar ka gosht is cooked on a hot tawa just like it once was in the Nizam’s kitchen. It is a delicious blend of creamy mutton, shah jeera and kebab chini infusing it with a spicy-sweet taste. Other delicacies include char-grilled kebabs like Shikampuri, seekh and shami, Sholay murgh, pista murgh and the ghee-mutton-broken wheat porridge Haleem. Traditional Hyderabadi desserts rule the roost with khubani ka meetha, double ka meetha and jamun ki rabdi.

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