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    Brunch alert
    The new Sunday brunch at Clubhouse, the 24-hour bistro of Taj Club House, features a buffet accompanied by mocktails and wines. Expect live stations for barbecues, South Indian staples like appam with stew and kurma, street food like chaat and Oriental cuisine. The kids section has a chocolate fountain and home-made candies too. From Rs 1,433 per head onwards. Details: 30925995

    Drink up
    Tranquebar at ITC Grand Chola is offering different variants of the Shrub, the classic ’90s cocktail made with ripe fruit juice that is stewed with sugar and a dash of vinegar. Take your pick from flavours that include peach, raspberry and passion fruit, among others. At Rs 950 plus tax per cocktail. From 5 pm to 11.45 pm, till April 30. Details: 30853787

    Gujju moment
    Fans of North Indian food must head to Cream Centre for its Gujarati and Rajasthani food festival. Make your own thali by choosing from the chef’s creations like dhokla and kanji vada, ghatte ke saag and more. End your meal with drinks like chandan kesar sherbat and desserts like shrikhand. Thali at Rs 450 plus tax. Details: 30853850

    Taste station
    Shifting from its usual take-away model, Kolapasi’s third outlet, in Mogappair, allows customers to have a quick meal on the spot. You can even taste samples before placing your order. Serving comfort food, the menu has combos that include sambar rice, chicken biryani, paruppu podi rice, white rice and fish curry. Meal for two from approximately Rs 400 onwards. Details: 9710927797

    Summer sizzle
    Haven Sampoorna is offering a chef’s special every day. While fans of sizzlers will love the signature devilled vegetable sizzler, other specials include spinach and cheese manicotti, crostini rosti and eggplant involtini, among others. We particularly like their cheesy pizza sandwich. Meal for two at approximately Rs 700. Open from 12 pm to 10.30 pm. Details: 9092382382

    The chef within
    City-based recreational culinary studio, Foodology is conducting a summer camp for children above four years. Participants will cook dishes from Mexican and Mediterranean cuisines, such as  tomato salsa, sweet corn and bell pepper fritters, Caesar salad and falafel. They will also learn to bake items like spanakopita and apple pie. From May 4-8, 9.30 am to 1 pm. Registration at Rs 5,000 per head.
    Details: 9003054885

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