Sea for yourself
THE RHYTHMIC sounds and the sight of the milky waves provide the right ambience for you to unwind. Added to this, Bay View Point at the Taj Fisherman's Cove has come up with a revamped menu that's bound to attract food connoisseurs especially those in favour of coastal cuisine.
The menu features a mix of vegetarian and non-vegetarian delicacies mushroom, baby corn and lady's finger cooked with South Indian spices and a variety of fish, grilled lobsters, crabs and prawns. Since the restaurant is close to the beach, the catches are fresh which makes a big difference to the taste.
Pamper your palate
SEVEN, A multi-cuisine restaurant at Comfort Inn Marina Towers, located at 2-A, River Side Road, Egmore, introduces its `Buffet Lunch' which is a combination of South Indian, North Indian, Punjabi, Mughalai, Chinese and Continental cuisines.
The buffet comprises 30 items soups, salads, desserts, vegetarian [kadai paneer, Nilgiri kurma, paneer hariyali tikka, milagu rasam] and non-vegetarian [dum ka murgh, mughal biriyani, kozhi varutha curry, fish] dishes. The menu changes every day. Available between 12.30 p.m. and 3 p.m., except Saturdays and Sundays, the buffet is priced at Rs. 200 per head. As an introductory offer, guests can avail themselves of a 25 per cent discount on the price. For reservation call 28585454.
Marrybrown on the highway
AND NOW, Marrybrown has opened its Express outlet on the East Coast Road, just after VGP. With a seating capacity for 12 people, the express outlet offers its usual fare comprising fried chicken, chicken burgers, fish burgers, golden nuggets, French fries and fish `n' chips. There's a Kiddy meal too, which entitles the kids to a free toy from Marrybrown.
The outlet also offers takeaways, besides catering for outdoor and office parties, and has plans to open more such Express outlets on highways, transit points such as railway stations, and high traffic zones such as multiplexes and shopping malls.
For details, call 26218777.
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