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5 Places For Midnight Cravings in Chennai

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Hungry after a late shift? Need something to munch on for the after party? Or are you just having one of those hungry, bored and sleepless nights? You don’t need a reason to devour at any time of the day (or night) and here we are to help you satisfy those late night hunger pangs.

Here’s an overview of few joints from the city for the all night owls to fulfill your midnight cravings.

 

  1. Mathsya

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If the relatives are in town and you need to serve an entire village at night, look no further. Drive to Mathsya in Egmore or simply give them a call to Indulge in some real South Indian goodness. This is paradise for all your herbivorous friends as they even serve some veg tandoori specialties during the weekend (Friday, Saturday, Sunday). The Golconda biriyani, bread peas masala, bournvita and dosas are highly recommended. Their mini fried idlis are simply exquisite. It only gets better when you get to dine in post midnight with your family or friends. Don’t let the time fool you, as it’s not easy to get a table here, even at these late hours.

Dine In/ Takeaway/Delivery till: 2am

Cost : Rs. 500 for 2 people.

 

  1. Shaack

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What’s better than munching on your favourite food is the fact that they can serve you even at odd hours of the night. Located conveniently at Anna Nagar, now you can get them delivered right at your doorstep even after midnight. If you and your friends can’t make up your minds on what to eat, then dial up Shaack as they offer a wide array of appetizing entrees done to your preference. They cover a good range of cuisines including Continental, Thai, Italian, South Indian and even Vietnamese! Their chocolate milkshake can never go wrong with whatever you order.

Dine In till: 12.30am, Takeaway/Delivery till: 4am

Cost: Rs. 1000 for 2 people.

 

  1. Dawn and Dusk

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The desire to eat can kick in any time of the night and it’s not easy to satisfy your cravings at these strange hours. But now there’s a solution to all those midnight hunger calls because Dawn and Dusk is just a phone call away. For all of you working late(or partying hard), or you just want to eat with you jammies on, your prayers have been answered as they even deliver to your car! Enjoy some Paneer Tikka roll, Club sandwich, pizzas, burgers and lots more with your colleagues after the tiresome night shift and go home to get a good day sleep.

Takeaway/Delivery till: 7am

Cost: Rs. 450 for 2 people.

 

  1. New Andhra Meals

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Get ready for a spicy late night adventure in the Andhra style (we are still talking about food). It’s a lucky night for all the tandoori lovers as they have a good range of veg and non veg options to choose from. We can never say no to some authentic Hyderabadi biriyani, be it any time of the day or night. As the name suggests, they are famous for their Thali, which is available only till midnight. Located in TNagar and Valasaravakkam.

Dine In till: 2am

Cost: Rs. 550 for 2 people.

 

  1. Buhari

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Head over to Mount Road on a hungry night to treat yourself with some good old biriyani and tandoori chicken. Go ahead and add some Chinese to that if you need a little twist.

Spread out all over Chennai, Buhari promises to deliver you with the classics. However they do not offer door delivery after 11 pm, but who can resist the idea of a late night biriyani, the soul-food of Chennai.

Dine In till: 2am

Cost: Rs. 850 for 2 people.

 

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Soumya Abraham

A dentist by profession and a foodie at heart, Soumya Abraham loves to explore the food scenes in the city, wherever she travels. During these adventures, she discovered her passion for documenting the culinary journey along the way. She owes the food loving genes to her dad, who’s always encouraged her to try something new. She makes sure to keep her food hunting journey alive and the cavities in check as a practicing dentist in the evenings.

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