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Cappuccino is one of Chennai’s busiest 24X7s on the weekends. Hordes of revellers trickle out Gatsby 2000 (earlier called Dublin) and into the coffee shop for some post party fuelling. The bright, coffee-hued décor is a cheerful spot for a quick snack or catching up with friends.
Ate here as a change of pace from the Indian buffet at our nearby hotel. The Crowne Plaza has the Residency, but I wasn’t up for hearing a cover band play “Hotel California.” Cappuccino is the least polished of three choices, with a coffee-shop feel. My tenderloin was OK but my wife couldn’t finish her burger. Yes, beef, but better elsewhere in town. Good wiser, though.
The Staff is very nice, but the place is not really nice, as the atmosphere. The room was more than the half empty, not really alive. The food was ok, but it does not justify the price. The wine was presented to us for 2500 roupies, a good local wine, but at the end we had to pay 2800 roupies, which is not the same. we got 58 % extra cost as charges! Eating is cheaper. We paid at the end more than 7000 roupies, wich is nearly 100 euros for 2, certainly because we are at the crowne plaza, but we can not say that what we Got justify the the bill. At least wee planed to eat in a nice place, but here it was not a nice room... since 2 days we ate for around 350 roupies for 2, and at the end had nicer moment and better eat.
This is our second stay at an Airbnb across the road from the Crowne Plaza Hotel. In the course of two weeks, we had numerous meals here. At breakfasts, lunches, and dinners, we always received excellent service, especially from Fela and Prince. These young men, and everyone else we encountered, were friendly, receptive to our needs, remembered our likes and dislikes from visit to visit, and served us with a smile without being obsequious. They were always game for a chat, even while keeping up with the demands of a busy service. At one point, miserable and hungry from jet-lag, we went to Cappuccino (open 24 hrs) at 3.30am. Although a limited menu is served at this time, our waiter Debanjan did everything he could to accommodate our needs. Amazingly, whatever he served us was hot, fresh, and tasty. The food is quite a wide range of Indian and Western dishes, some dishes better than others, which is to be expected when trying to manage such a diverse menu. As someone who is of Indian descent, but born and raised in the West, I can say that this restaurant does an incredible job of satisfactorily straddling both worlds. But the clear winner here is the incredible staff, who seem to enjoy working here, and working with each other. Their camaraderie and good cheer went a long way in ensuring I enjoyed all my meals. Oh, and if you enjoy piping hot masala chai, excellent South Indian filter coffee, and the most delicious jeera butter biscuits, I'd skip the Western-style cakes and coffee machines drinks (for which this restaurant is presumably named) offered here and go completely native.
This place is average. It ain’t that great for breakfast. You can try many other options in and around Chennai
Great customer service! Kind employees, and amazing food. I would definitely recommend coming to Capaccino!
As far as restaurants go, we find most pleasure by dining at all-day kind of restaurants. There is something quite satisfying about dining at these sort of places where you have the advantage of walking in anytime to derive the pleasure. Normally, all-day dining establishments are open all day long, giving the patrons a chance to feast at any given time, be it after a long party or an early meeting. Out of all the all-day dining places in Chennai, we are particularly fond of Crowne Plaza’s 24X7 eatery ‘Cappuccino’. The hotel is an old one and has been around for decades, impressing everyone with its sophistication and brilliance. Find out more about the restaurant by driving down to Austin Nagar in Alwarpet, where you can take advantage of their plush surroundings and global menu.
Crowne Plaza is a five star hotel that is known for its stylish and classy façade. It’s built on the modern lines, portraying the elegance in subtle gentle manner. Cappuccino in itself is beautifully designed by taking a spacious airy room and decorating it in a refined and tasteful way. A series of large paned windows flanks the room on one side, pouring in abundance of soft natural light that transform the room with its pale glow. Patches of mosaic art runs parallel to the dining area which is equipped with comfy lightweight furniture. There is plenty of space to sit around even if you are accompanied by a large group of diners. Cappuccino is ideal for quiet business meetings or cheerful family dinners. The ambience is serene, elegant and simple.
The menu of Cappuccino covers all the bases, by dabbling into cuisines from all over the world. It’s highly suitable to the diverse and well-travelled palates of their guests. Even if the menu is a slightly pricey one, diners don’t feel the pinch considering the immense variety it offers. You can open the menu with a leisurely breakfast or focus on the starters such as, cicchetti, mushroom pot stickers, chicken gumbo soup, baby spinach salad, tom yum spiced fish sliders, buffalo chicken wings, dakshin year varuval and kadak reshami seekh. Rest of the menu is a plethora of mains like, sandwiches, risottos, burgers, pizza, curries, pastas, wraps and delicacies from around the world. Finish off with a sweet course of, tiramisu, salted caramel & pecan tart, peach melba trifle, elaneer payasam, kesar kulfi and orange jaffa cake.