Sandhya Ramachandran goes restaurant hopping to dig out where to dig in this month.

LUNCH COMBOS AT PEACHES’



Suffering from weeklong blues with all the stress at work? For all those who have craved lunch combos to bite into in between those tedious office hours, here is some respite. Peaches’, the all-new vegetarian world cuisine restaurant is offering delicious lunch combos starting at Rs. 149/- everyday between 12pm and 3 pm.  All those near the IT corridor; Velacherry is just a hop skip and jump away to grab this combo.

KIDSVASION AT MAIN STREET

If you have shuddered taking your little ones out to dine, worried they’ll throw a ruckus, breathe. For, Main Street Residency just made weekend dining a lot more fun and a lot less tiring! With a kids corner for the little ones, you can now be sure they are going to be too engaged in games and prizes and biting into their special buffets, to bother you too much. So this is where you head over the weekend for a relaxed meal with your family.

MAKE YOUR OWN PASTA AT ZARA



Continuing on combos, Zara, the Spanish Tapas restaurant, offers a new combo lunch with an all-new make-your-own-pasta offer at their live counter. Priced at Rs 345 (vegetarian) and Rs 365(non-vegetarian), this offer includes a soup or salad, a choice of starter, main course, dessert and an alcoholic beverage or mocktail. Catch up with college friends and choose from their famous starters that are a hit amongst the Chennai makkal (people). Make a pick from their classic tapas like grilled fish in veggie cream sauce, mixed vegetable in Thai red curry sauce amongst others in the main course, and end your lunch with some irresistible desserts to choose from!

NEW BREADS MENU AT BEYOND INDUS

A new breads menu awaits everyone visiting Beyond Indus at Taj Club House. Apart from the Indyanaki, the Indian style Teppanyaki, where the Chef grills your vegetables and meats in front of you, these breads are the new draw for Chennai foodies. Tear a bite off the Kashmiri naan that is both spicy and sweet or bite into the Punjabi staple of Makkai Ki Roti with Sarso Ka Saag. With many more breads to choose from, the vegetarian breads with accompaniments is priced at Rs 599 (plus taxes) and the non-vegetarian breads with accompaniments come for Rs 699 (plus taxes).

CHINESE HOT SPOT FESTIVAL AT STIX

Celebrate the Chinese Hot Pot Festival till 15th December at Hyatt Regency’s authentic Chinese outlet Stix. With a vegetarian (Rs 1,499 plus taxes) and non-vegetarian (Rs 1,999 plus taxes) Chinese set menu to choose from for both lunch and dinner, this is one sure way to relish your soup and noodles. Hark in the winter the Chinese way, and share a lovely meal with all your friends and family with the hot pot.

LOI KRATHONG FESTIVAL AT BENJARONG



Benjarong brings us the Loi Krathong (‘float the lotus shaped lamp’) or the Thai festival of lights in the coming week. Almost coinciding with the Kaarthikai Deepam in Chennai, light a lamp set it afloat and make a wish at the Thai restaurant between 26th November and 9th December. A range of Thai delicacies are on offer to add to the festivity. The festival is on at both theBangalore and Chennai branches.

With plenty of food on offer, sign out of November with a filled tummy and a happy heart! Bon Appetit!