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The décor inside is simple and unpretentious, but slightly dim. The furniture is made of dark wood and has comfortable, upholstered chairs. The oriental paintings along with the Ganesha statue depict the two cuisines that are served here. One of the Chinese dishes to try is the Singapore cereal prawn, which is made with whole wheat cereals and is crunchy on the outside and succulent in the middle. The restaurant claims that all the South Indian dishes served are cooked with spices which are home-made.
Nungambakkam vicinity in Chennai is a pretty popular area with the restauranteurs which in turn makes it a culinary hub with the city crowd. The locality is a major gastronomy sector housing top restaurants and trendy hip bars, bringing a steady footfall of party-goers as well as families. You are bound to find the area gastronomically advanced featuring global cuisines that ranges from all over the world. If you are in mood for some Chinese food, there is a good chance of finding it in Nungambakkam area. ‘Shanghai Annaachi’ is the place to be for wholesome Asian food. The restaurant’s clientele mostly features families, couples, foodies and even groups of colleagues that comes in for team lunches. Unearth those chopsticks and drive down to Shanghai Annaachi to dig into the bowls of aromatic noodles and stir-fries.
Ambience of Shanghai Annaachi is formal and classy. Deep solid colours are taken to give the room a proper old-fashioned look. There is nothing striking or outstanding about their décor rather everything works well together. Lights are cleverly used to uplift the dark boring corners into sharp relief. Formal tables and couches are placed around the room adding plenty of area to laze around. If its privacy you need – no problem! Just ask your server to guide you to their private dining area where you can dine in peace with your party. The interiors of Shanghai Annaachi are comfortable and very attractive. It’s a good place to your family or colleagues out for a celebratory diner. Another thing which works in their favour is their affordability. You can feast on fabulous Chinese flavours for a very budget-friendly price.
Menu of Shanghai Annaachi leans heavily towards Chinese fare but some portion of the menu is dedicated towards South-Indian food too. Adopt a no holding back policy here and take your time while experiencing the menu. Food is exceptional and deserves to be enjoyed at leisure. Begin with, spicy Spainese soup, crispy lamb, sticky mushroom, butter fried prawns, seafood glass noodle soup, cordon bleu chicken, wonton soup, veggie balls with cashew nut, varutha cholam, golden fried baby corn, meen porichathu, calamari rings, shell-less crab, fried veggie wonton and roasted whole fish. Shanghai Annaachi’s main course section is as impressive as its appetizer section. Try, hunan chicken, roasted chilly tofu, nandu thokku, moolai masala, hot garlic fish, kaaikari stew and veggie in sweet chilli sauce. Finish with a fried ice cream or elaneer payasam.