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Tucked away in one of the by lanes of its eponymous road, East Coast by Madras Square charms you with an artsy setting amidst a lush lawn. A popular date spot for the city’s millennial, ECMS works best if you do not fuss too much over food. They used to rent out their open-air stage for movie screenings and performances. Get in touch with the restaurant if you would like to use it
The restaurant has a very great ambience to sit down and chill with family and friends. Their food is just ok, nothing very great. Out of the other dishes we had ordered, there was a green sauce pasta. The taste was not good at all. They claimed to have put walnuts but the pasta tasted and smelled of peanuts. On complaining, they cancelled the dish. The staff was quiet polite. They apologized for the dish and for the delay caused as the restaurant was full. They took a print of our ID cards as we were not a member of their club. Their decor and furniture were really good. A standard place according to Chennai standards.
We've been living in Chennai for nearly a year now and have visited many of the restaurants along the ECR, as well as the big hotel chains. My wife and I both agreed that this was one of the best dining experiences we've had since we've been here. The service was fantastic - very professional, polite, and attentive. One of the best steaks I've had in Chennai. Huge portion and very tender. Many of the 5* chains have average or below steaks - this place was great I think it would be important to reserve, as all the tables were full on a Saturday night and it appeared that they turned people away. We will definitely go back
Dinner with friends.New ambience,bar attached now,somewhat new menu.We ordered a steak(medium rare,thick piece of beef,excellent and also the mushroom sauce),lamb shank (excellent, though amount of meat on the bone wasn't too much),stuffed chicken breast (ok),and a prawn dish. Service good, except that food is served as it's ready and not brought BV together for all the diners. Overall great food,will visit again and again
Dined at East Ciast, erstwhile Madras Square, resturant after ages.The whole place is fully revamped and well done.There is a bar now.Old chef is back,so food is nice.Service nice.Price reasonable, portions good. Could do with some more dessert selection.Good place to dine with family or friends.Definitely recommended.
We are alumni of St. Patrick's HSS. Most of us are professionals in various fields. We were given a warm welcome with caffeine of our choice OR fresh juice. We then had our meeting in the Sala de Reunion. After which a sumptuous buffet with beer, followed by digestive, of our choice, at the bar. Overall went beyond our expectations.
We love surprises. Imagine walking down the lane and tumbling into a lovely bistro hidden from the view. It’s like having a delicious secret of your own, a place you can go to unwind. Chennai is truly beautiful city, with its long flawless beaches, pleasant long-lasting weather and a taste for lip-smacking food. Over the last few decades Chennai has seen a lot of modernization. It’s no longer that quaint coastal town rather it has become a site for tall skyscrapers that forms their own concrete jungle. Nestled amongst the jungle is a small charming restaurant called ‘East Coast at Madras Square’ which is our delicious secret. Tucked into Sundeep Road at Neelangarai area, East Coast at Madras Square is the local’s mini getaway. The restaurant is a popular dining destination for those who are looking for perfect ambience, mouth-watering food and a smooth service.
East Coast at Madras Square represents everything Chennai stands for. Its enchanting red brick façade is quintessential southern India. The restaurant resembles somebody’s beloved home and is designed in a typical South-Indian manner which means, it comes with a wraparound veranda and a patch of lush garden. The look is completely regional with inclined roofs and a row of curved pillars to support it. It’s unbelievable that such a nest of tranquillity exists right in the centre of modern block. To dine you have two options – indoors or outdoors. Inside the décor is eye-soothing with distressed white walls covered with small interesting framed artwork. Colourful rugs are the only pop of colour in a pure untouched kind of room. But if you want some romance, sit outdoors on the veranda. Garden is beautiful at night and seems inviting by the addition of some cosy outdoor furniture.
You may think that such traditional and regional ambience calls for a South-Indian or regional menu but here you are in for a surprise. The menu is European, Continental, Italian and totally economical. As you open the menu, you will notice that appetizers are paid a lot of attention to so it’s only fair to order a few. Mushroom & feta bruschetta, spinach & roasted apple salad, panko chicken, cheese & potato croquettes and devilled chicken sausages are the best. In mains go with, crab slider, basil walnut pesto, diavola pizza, moussaka, steak & chips, arrabiatta with prawns, pizza margherita and grilled fish. East Coast at Madras Square is a cosy and intimate place with a rocking menu.