Happy Madras Day! What to eat and places to visit in Chennai

Happy Madras Day to all! This year Chennai is celebrating 379 years. The city has been evolved into a very beautiful and bustling metropolis over these years. Chennai, the city of temples harbours a lot of cultures and communities all of which have different colours.

There are beautiful beaches, ancient temples and many other impressive variety of places to impress the tourists. Chennai also houses churches and temples from ancient times that exhibit an extraordinary level of architecture. If you are in Chennai don’t forget to visit these places:

1. Marina Beach

2. Edward Elliot’s Beach

3. Birla Planetarium

4. San Thome Church

5. Kapaleeshwarar Temple

Chennai has a different food and now-a-days is known as the culinary destination if India. Earlier also South India was the land of spices and there are a lot of food items that are in the bucket list of all the foodies. So check out the food items which is a dream for all the foodies:

1. Filter Coffee

filter coffee

2. Nethili Fry

Nethili Fry

3. Murukku Sandwich

4. Mysore Pak

 

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Mouthwatering, isn’t it? That’s Mysuru Pak for you 😋😋 #mysorepak #mysorefood #mysorediaries #mysorepalace #mysuru #mysurufoodie

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5. Masala Dosai

 

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Masala Dosa Masala dosa or masale dose is a variation of the popular South Indian food dosa, which has its origins in Mangalorean cuisine. It is made from rice, lentils, potato, methi, and curry leaves, and served with chutneys and sambar. Though it was only popular in South India, it can be found in all other parts of the country and overseas. In South India, preparation of masala dosa varies from city to city. . . . . Pic via @spiceindiaonline . Follow @foodconnectindia for more food stories and add me on SNAPCHAT 👻 – fcindia . . . . . #masaladosa #masaladosai #southindianfood #breakfastplatter #southindian #dosa #sambhardosa #vada #idlisambhar #indianfood #sodelhi #bengali #kolkata_igers #mumbai_ig #mumbaifoodies #bengaluru #sopune #desikhana #desifood #platinggoals #masaladosa #dalmakhani #mumbai #foodshots #flatlaystyle #foodclick #foodphotography

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