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The prominent filmmaker, Mr Jagdish Kapur in 1972, founded this restaurant chain and its first outlet was opened in Worli, Mumbai. Since that time, they have evidently made a mark in the Indian restaurant industry, especially in the North/West frontier domain. One of the desserts that are worth mentioning is the rich 'Muzzafar Rabdi', which is topped with golden roasted vermicelli. It is a crunchy sensation from Lucknow.
The restaurant is chain of hotels that offers customers first hand experience of how the naan is tossed and roti is placed on oven or curry is cooked.. It is the open view hotel and otherwise at home it is always the case for all of us to keep clued with mother to view the food being prepared while we chit chat with them.. Otherwise, some spicy stuff is made with red chillies flavour dominating and those who like punjabi style can venture.. and enjoy food
Had been to copper chimney for lunch with family.They had a valet parking.Service and ambience was good.But mostly the food taste here was amazing, which I didn't expect.Overall a good meal @ copper chimney.
Perfectly grilled kebabs and great hospitality.The restaurant was overcrowded and bustling but the food still came on time, piping hot and served exactly as it should be.Had the best outing in a while.
We were recommended this restaurant as we love Indian food. Very disappointing experience. Service was ok, but the food was average. All dishes seems to have been adapted to a new generation of clients, who now prefer uninspiring and overprized Indian cuisine, served in a cold restaurant with western design. None of the dishes were particularly spicy and the chicken had pieces of fat and seemed uncooked. In addition was the restaurant absolutely freezing, with a blasting aircon, which meant we only wanted to leave as soon as the meal was finished
I have been here previously with friends but this time with my wife. The service is above par though parking is a hassle....they do nothing offer valet service. The menu looks updated but the food tastes a bit tired. It’s not bad but at the same time it’s not great. The restaurant charges 10% flat service charge which is good if you get decent service. The restaurant honestly is always crowded so probably value for money I suppose.
There is no sight more tempting to an Indian foodie than succulent morsels of meat floating in a rich creamy gravy accompanied with a pair of flaky buttery naan. The sight alone is enough to fill my mouth with anticipation but what if we tell you that this imagination can actually come true. Chennai is home to numerous North-Indian restaurants but one establishment totally steals the show. Counted as a favourite with the foodies, ‘Copper Chimney’ is a superb North-Indian restaurant which has in short time managed to grab the full attention of its diners. The name is enough to evoke delicious mouth-watering images in our minds. At Copper Chimney all your dreams can come true. The restaurant resides on Cathedral road in Gopalapuram, in a busy lively corner of the vicinity. Families frequent the place religiously for their scrumptious curries which the chef prepares excellently.
Copper Chimney is a bright vibrant place accentuated by colourful drapes and glowing cheerful lights. Ambience is classy and peppy. The spacious room is well decorated with strings of fairy lights entwined with bright yellow drapes that hangs like a canopy. The effect is quite striking especially in the evening when the whole place is lit with twinkling lights. Formal tables and chairs lend the room a smart appeal. It’s a great dining option for those who want to host a formal dinner of colleagues or family. Copper Chimney is a mecca of Mughlai food and features a plethora of lip-smacking gravies and kebabs that is sure to win your heart. Staff here is most cordial and tries their best to provide you with a flawless service. If you are in Chennai and crave for a lovely curry then pick Copper Chimney without any qualm.
Copper Chimney rediscover the depths of North-Indian and Mughlai cuisine. Dining here is not expensive but it’s not cheap either. The menu is refreshing and features some classics as well. Take your time and explore the delights on offer at your leisure. Launch into the menu with few appetizers, chicken malai kabab, vegetable seekh kabab, reshmi chelo kabab, achari mushroom, machchi tikka, raan, burrah chop, aloo chutneywala, mutton seekh kabab and paneer tikka. Opt for a hot buttery naan before heading towards the curries. They prepare, rogan josh, vegetable jalfrazie, kadhai chicken, malai kofta, tawa jhinga, dal maharaja, chicken, jhinga curry and bhuna gosht. The chef also prepares Jain specialities too. With malai firni or gulab jamun bring this memorable dinner to its end.
There are few restaurants in Chennai that enjoy the same amount of popularity as Copper Chimney. Although, there are several outlets of Copper Chimney in Chennai, try the one in Gopalapuram. The restaurant is insanely popular with the families due to its wonderful Indian food and also affordable prices. The flavours are superb and they simply burst in your mouth. If you are a hardcore Indian cuisine fan, Copper Chimney is a must visit for for a Special Occasion. Their food is rich, delicious and excellently prepared. Don’t take Copper Chimney lightly, it’s one of the legendary restaurants in Chennai.