If you are a foodie and looking for some food. Then we have got you covered. Today we will be sharing with you some of the snacking places. You can visit these places in Chennai when you are looking for some Murukku and Savory stuff.
Here are top 4 places to eat Murukku in Chennai.
1. Links, Purasaiwakkam.
The name “Purasai” came from the name of a tree called ‘purasai maram’ in Tamil. In olden days this area was abundant with these trees. Also, there were a lot of stables at once in an age which was referred as (horse) “puravi” in Tamil, puravivakkam later termed as purasaiwakkam. The Gangadeeshwarar temple near the Purasawalkam tank speaks about this history. The tank belongs to this temple.
2. Sri Saravana Sandwich Shop, Sowcarpet.
Imagine walking through the bustling streets of Sowcarpet, Chennai, surrounded by the mouth-watering aromas of street food wafting through the air. The sizzle of frying food and the chatter of locals and tourists alike create an electric atmosphere that is hard to resist.
3.Murugan Sandwich, Mint street.
Walking through Chennai’s Mint Street on any given weekend before the pandemic would have painted a familiar scene for many — noisy crowds, migrants from all over the country going about their daily lives, shops selling an array of fabrics, with shiny lace hung from their windows. But for Sundar Ganesan, 31, the Sowcarpet neighbourhood will always be tied to one thing in his mind: the murukku sandwich.
4.Krishna sandwich, NSC Bose Rd
Guests reserve a table for tasty meals here and enjoy the sights of Sowcarpet. Indian cuisine is provided at this restaurant. If hungry, come here for nicely cooked sambar, vada and coconut chutney. Here people can delve deep into delicious dishes, and order good pancakes. It might be good to try great coffee.
5.Hemanths chats, Vepery
Keeping things simple with pani puri, bhel puri, dahi puri and cheese masala puri, what we love about Hemanth Chat is that they’ve maintained the freshness and gob-smacking flavours of their dishes all through these years. Go there once and you’ll find out why they have such loyalists lining up everyday for their chaat.
6.Ashok pan house, Purasaiwakkam
we went to Ashok Pan house for some masala thumbs up. We also had a cheese bhujia sandwich which was very good. That masala drink was much needed as we had more places to cover. Kinda digesting what we had till now and creating more space 😀 Paid 220 here Sandwich at 60 each and thumbs up for 20
7.Sri keshav chat, choola
The new keshav chat on periamet road is worst of all. Taste is not like the old keshav chat. I took parcel for 3 items and all the 3 very very bad in taste and quality. Cheeze grilled sandwich was without cheeze and vegetables only in centre part. When compared to links it’s not even 10 percent of their quality. They need to improve a lot in quality to regain their original taste.
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