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NON-VEG FOOD Tour in Chennai, India: BEEF BIRYANI + ...

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  • 9 months ago
Join us for a non-veg food tour in Chennai, India as we sample beef biryani, beef brain, filtered coffee and numerous chicken dishes just to name a few. Hey guys, Sam here back with another India episode and today is going to be a non-veg food tour of Chennai! Having flown down from Bangalore earlier that morning, my friend David and I met up with our local guide Deepak, who showed us around some great food spots, where we sampled all sorts of beef and chicken dishes!

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Our first stop was Sukkhubai, a restaurant specializing in beef biryani, but we ended up trying a whole lot more including parottas, beef cutlets, beef paya, beef kima, beef fry, beef brain and beef liver!

They serve some of the best biryani in Chennai. As usual, the place was packed!

Now time for a tour of all the dishes in front of us! We ate:
Parottas, which are flaky layered flatbreads made with maida flour
Beef cutlets, which looked a lot like beef patties and had lots of spices
Beef paya, which is the leg bone
Beef kima (keema), which is ground or minced beef
And then there was beef liver, beef brain, deep fried beef, and of course, beef biryani!

That afternoon, we enjoyed some filter coffee on the beach right next to the Chennai Marina Lighthouse, and we also visited the fish market on Marina Beach, which is the longest natural urban beach in India.

In the evening, we had dinner at Sangeetha Dhaba. A dhaba is a type of roadside restaurant, usually off the side of the highway. Here we ordered a grand total of 13 chicken dishes plus roti! Some of the highlights included: maharaja chicken, maharani chicken, and rambha chicken. Everything was so colourful and each dish tasted better than the last!
Some of the highlights included:
Maharaja chicken,
Maharani Chicken,
and Rambha Chicken.

Everything was so colourful and each dish tasted better than the last!

We paired the coffee with a masala vada, which is a bit like a fried veggie patty with onions, herbs, and all sorts of spices.

If you watched the previous Bangalore videos, you know the drill: pour the coffee back and forth from cup to cup to cool it down and make it frothy.

After that coffee, we stopped to visit the fish market right on the beach.

Dinner that night consisted of 13 chicken dishes, plus roti! I’m going to let Deepak tell us all about them.

So bring your appetite and let’s kick off this non-veg food tour of Chennai!


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