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Hamsa is one remarkably looking restaurant. Ritzy-ethnic design elements are carefully detailed out across every corner of the space. It makes sense, considering it is run by the promoter of Sukra Jewellers. Consequently, the kitchen’s creations, quite likeable in their own right, seem a little humdrum by comparison.
Location is Very convenient. Ambience is excellent. Service is good but bit slow. We had North Indian dishes like Naan, Kulcha, Pander etc. Reasonably good. Price is comparable to similar restaurants.
Enjoyed the best Sarsoon da sag and Makai ke Roti in Chennai , made as tasty good as you get in Punjab
I had lunch with my parents at Hamsa Today. I must say I was impressed by the ambiance and the courteous nature of the staff. The food is quite tasty and well suited for vegetarians. The staff is friendly as well. Remember to reserve a table as the place gets crowded and be prepared to wait for some time if needed. A bit of suggestion. Include more options in the menu especially in the rice items and desserts. Overall, good experience. No complaints.
Upmarket Indian cuisine (100% vegetarian). Given the price level, we had high expectations. The food was good but did not meet our expectations (given the price) . Relatively uninspiring, both in taste and consistence. The decor was beautiful and worth a visit, but dont expect a major experience if you are a 'foodie' looking for a fantastic meal
We were looking forward to a birthday lunch at Hamsa. We called for a table as soon as they opened in the afternoon - they said they don’t take reservations but tables were available. We were there in 30 minutes and the guy at the front said they had nothing available for 1.5 hours. He rolled his eyes, acted exasperated and totally put us off. Get your act together Hamsa.
Dining out in Chennai is a thrilling invigorating experience. Cuisines from all over the world are on display, beckoning you to come and give them a whirl. For North Indian expats living in Chennai, no cuisine has the same pull as their home cuisine and the search for spicy North Indian curries never seem to end for them. Owing to their beloved North Indian expat community, the city proudly boasts of several splendid curry houses. ‘Hamsa’ being one of them. No matter what time of the day, Hamsa remains busy throughout the week. Call ahead to book a table or you will be left standing for hours. Address to finding Hamsa is a simple one. Find the restaurant at New No. 40, Ramachandra Adithanar Road, Gandhi Nagar, Adyar. Valet parking is available, take advantage of that.
Hamsa is one of the best curry houses in Chennai and is a popular dining destination for families and curry buffs. There are expert in serving authentic North Indian curries but only vegetarian versions. No meat or alcohol is served at Hamsa. There are plenty of Jain-friendly and vegan options on the menu. Ask your server, he will be most happy to help. Quench your thirst with a traditional Indian drink. Pick between, sambharam (spiced butter milk), nannari sharbat (fizzy sarsaparilla) or panakam (summer drink made of jaggery, ginger and tamarind). Kick off the evening with some starters like, karara palak chaat, paneer saunfiya, hara kabab, pookosu varuwal, dahi ke sholey, bharme aloo lahori and Hamsa’s leaf enclosed paneer. Second course is an amalgamation of curries such as, bagicha ka teekha subz, nimona paneer, urlai roast, maah choliyan di daal, vegetable chettinad, vellai kurma, guchhi matar and paneer makhani.
Enjoy the curries with the help of some Indian staples. Hamsa offers a wonderful range of flatbreads and rice preparations. Anar aur hari meeri ka chaawal, khasta roti, leaf enclosed hamsa rice, mave ka paratha, thayir saadham, idiyappam and gongura annam will be delightful picks. To hit your sweet tooth just right indulge into Hamsa’s lip-smacking sweets. Our vote goes to gulab jamun brulee and apple jalebi. Hamsa is the very epitome of North Indian luxury. Stunningly designed dining room with brightly painted walls covered in beautiful murals, low hanging birdcage terrarium, carved walls and a palace like appeal sums up Hamsa for you. Décor is gorgeous and royal-looking. Dining here maybe a tad pricey but it will be worth it.