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Salt Co 531 is ringing in their first anniversary with a food festival. At the Eat East Street Carnival, find live stations serving Japanese, Thai and Korean food. Enjoy delicacies like salmon nigiri, sweet potato tempura and tod mum pla (fish cakes).
Till August 28. Rs 1,699 onwards.
It’s time to give the humble potato its due. Beyond Indus at Taj Club House is showcasing the vegetable in variety of ways—from dum aloo korma and aloo akhrot ki tikki to non-vegetarians combinations like murg aloo kheema and lagan ka aloo aur gosht. The largely slow-cooked dishes promise an interesting culinary experience. Details: 66313131
Indulge in some yeral podi kolambu, kozhi rasamani and meen puttu kolambu as Spice Jar at The Residency joins the Madras Week fanfare. Their lunch and dinner buffet spreads will have an exclusive spread of cuisine from the British Raj, complete with haveli murgh, colonial chicken, trifle sponge pudding and masala chai pannacotta. Rs 849 per head. August 20-22. Details: 9176688800
Chili’s new menu, called Chef’s Cuts, takes cooking with meat to a different level. Be it a smoked chicken leg with a Cajun spice rub or a tender Australian lamb shank topped with brown sauce, this is one menu you must try. There is also herb crusted fish, spicy shrimp fillets and more on offer. Rs 445 onwards. Details: 28464168