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The best part about multi-cuisine restaurants are the immense variety they offer to their patrons. On one table you can take pleasure in numerous cuisines ranging from all over the world. For a true foodie there is no better place to be than a restaurant with a menu of vast proportions. East coast road of Chennai is a busy route especially for those travelling across the city to more picturesque locations. You will find many wonderful restaurants on this route and one of them happens to be ‘Charcoal Kitchen’. The best part of this restaurant is its lovely interiors. You will see a beautifully spacious room flooded by ample of natural sunlight lending the room an airy and breathable feel. Deep olive coloured button back couches trails the room along with some matching high back chairs. The look is kept elegant and quite European in appearance. Lovely decorative lamps hangs overhead while the walls are mounted with eye-catching art.
The service at Charcoal Kitchen is a pleasant and smooth experience. Not only are they prompt and quick on their feet they are also attentive and sensitive to your requirements. Their warm and friendly behaviour elevates the whole evening. Coming to the culinary factor, Charcoal Kitchen has a compact yet clever menu featuring several cuisines like North Indian, Mughlai, Continental and Fast food fare. Dishes maybe limited here but what they do have on the menu is creative and imaginative. It is advisable to start your evening with some light bites. As first course they have, bruschetta, insalata greca, hot & sour soup, Italian eggplant, corn chowder, spinach fatayer, lamb galouti kebab, tempura prawns, chilli basil fish, mutton bone soup, potato skins, Caesar salad, Thai corn lemon grass cakes, vanjram fry, paneer 65, tom yum soup, tempura lotus stem and kozhi chukka.
The mains part of the menu is a rich and vibrant entity. You will find various options to tempt your taste buds and dive into the flavourful bonanza. Delicacies like Thai curry, shredded lamb, galangal steamed fish, vegetable makhanwala, leisure stays burger, fish fingers, crepes, sandwiches, kai kari khorma, yasai chilli men, mutton pepper fry and baked lasagne not only sounds good but tastes good too. Wash it down with a glass of ginger ale or cappuccino. Considering the elegant surroundings and delicious food Charcoal Kitchen is not very expensive so make it a point to visit soon.