Chennai Food Guide Launched
Kingfisher lent its name for the Bangalore Good Food Guide. The Hindu’s Metro Plus does something similar (?) for the Chennai Food Guide. Yummy Stuff:
For Foodies it definitely is an important day because for the first time they will be served a useful and usable food guide. Its 276 pages bristle with information that will make your life more interesting. Meticulously put together, the MetroPlus Food Guide is divided into two parts.
Part 1 is "The Restaurant Guide" which not only has well-written and insightful restaurant reviews with ratings, but also extremely essential information such as cost per meal, home delivery services, valet parking, house specialties, credit card facilities and so on.
Availability of buffet, alcohol, vegetarian or non-vegetarian is clearly indicated by user-friendly symbols. So, in this section (which runs alphabetically) you have all categories of restaurants that span cuisines and areas. I am especially delighted about this section and will carry this book with me every time I am here so that I can easily navigate my way through the food map of the city.