Chennai is truly a magnificent hustling city, with its long flawless beaches, pleasant weather and a taste for lip-smacking foods. We all know that over the few decades, Chennai has seen a lot of modernization, from a coastal town to tall skyscrapers across the city. There’s a lot of places in Namma Chennai that might definitely delight and allure us.
Well, Tucked away and hidden in one of the by lanes of its eponymous road, East Coast at Madras Square is a popular dining destination which will charm you with its serene and artsy setting amidst a lush lawn.
East Coast at Madras square
East Coast at Madras square is a quaint and a cosy place where you break the silence only when the staff asks you for the food. The pleasant atmosphere is appealing to our eyes. Most of the city’s millennials are often spotted here, unwinding themselves with their loved ones.
Madras square is designed in a typical South-Indian style with open verandas and lush lawn amidst the attractive interiors and decors which is eye-soothing. The ambience is exclusive and regional. It’s unbelievable that peace exists within the fashionable white walls covered with framed artworks which eventually gives you a romantic vibe at Madras Square.
The restaurant offers 2 sorts of dine-in,
- Indoor Dining, where you can enjoy the cosy atmosphere with colourful rugs spread out.
- Outdoor Dining, in the midst of the luxurious lawn, Nature enthusiasts will surely love to dine out in the open veranda.
Although the restaurant is meant with the design of South-Indian and regional, The menu is unexpectedly rocking with its different sorts of cuisines like European, Continental and Italian. One can really enjoy their meal to the fullest. And it’s totally economical.
Where is it located?
East Coast at Madras square is nested and hidden under the gorgeous lanes of ECR, Neelankarai, South Chennai.
In short, Madras square is a place where you can enjoy your leisure time with your favourite persons. While you recline and sip your drink, you can also enjoy the open-air stage for movie screenings and live performances by artists.