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Food Travel Tips When Visit Chennai

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Food travelling is always a great idea especially for foodies. There is variety of foods in Chennai with authentic recipe and unique taste. Since Chennai is located in India, some people often warn to not buy foods carelessly. However, it doesn’t mean you cannot go food hunting when you decide to visit Chennai. Of course, you cannot eat foods in Chennai carelessly especially at street stalls. You can eat out at restaurants and cafes around the city if you are unsure if the street vendors provide clean foods. 

Recommended authentic dishes you should try in Chennai

Chennai is city with distinctive culture. The locals are conservative and they hold onto their culture dearly even though in the middle of rapid modernization. However, they are welcome and friendly even to foreign tourists as long as you respect their culture. As for food hunting, here are recommended authentic dishes in Chennai you can try:

In Chennai, breakfast is a must. There is variety of dish you can enjoy for breakfast. One of them is Vadai. It is a deep fried dish often served in every hotel in Chennai. You can try variety of Vadai because there are various options. There are Sambar Vadai, Mudu Vadai, Thayir Vadai, and many more. Each of them has unique taste. Who knows, you may find the most suitable to your taste. 

Next authentic dish is Idli. It is also a dish often served during breakfast. It is a mix of rice and black gram flour. You can enjoy this dish at it is or, enjoy it with Chutneys or Sambar. The taste is so rich and unique. It is quite light for breakfast if you are not into heavy meal. 

Next recommended dish is Dosa. It is popular dish in Chennai as well as India. However the popularity of Dosa has already been known to the world as well. It is made of rice mixed with black gram flour. Just like Vadai, there is variety of options of Dosa to try. 

For noodle lover, Idiappam is recommended when you visit Chennai. It is made of rice flour that is boiled in steam. It is served with coconut milk and sugar. Thus, it taste sweet and milky. The texture of the noodle is soft. It is great for lunch.  

Next authentic dish you should try in Chennai is Pongal. It is a full course meal enjoyed during breakfast the most by the locals. It is also often served with Sambar or Chutney. This dish is also highly recommended for those who are on diet because it’s low in calorie. It is made with raw rice along with nuts, pepper, and Ghee. 

Next recommended dish in Chennai you should try is Koozhu or Koozh.  It’s also claimed as one of the healthiest and nutritious dishes in Chennai. The majority of homes in this capital city serve this dish in daily. This healthy dish is unique and often served a pot and glass not a bowl. This dish is available both in restaurant as well as street stalls.