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Welcome to our Chennai Grill
Our vision is to remain as the leading restaurant in the bay area by surprising level of customer satisfaction through quality, service, cleanliness and value at affordable price by the development, contribution and commitment from us.
Why South Indian?
The celebrated South Indian Cuisine is a product ofmany rich influences like the glorious history and culture of its zestful and vigorous land. It has its roots in the southern cooking tradition with each of three dynasty namely – Cheras, Cholas and Pandias who have their own distinctive cooking styles.
Why Chennai Grill
Chennai Grill goes to great lengths in order to maintain the highest standards of authenticity by the choice of ingredients which includes hand picked spices, freshly ground masalas by hand pounded on pestles to provide an earthy flavor, sun dried vegetables as a part of the cooking to makes sure that Chennai Grill food is bona fide Tamilnadu.
Indian cottage cheese cut into pieces, tossed with onions and bell peppers in spicy chilli sauce
Boneless pieces of chicken marinated with spices, grilled with bell pepper, garnished with coriander leaves
Tender pieces of chicken grilled with spices, onions and curry leaves, tempered with peppercorns
Seasonal fish marinated with Chef’s special masala and grilled, garnished with onion and lemon wedges
Boneless seasonal fish marinated with South Indian spices and curry leaves, deep-fried, garnished with onions and lemon wedges
Speciality chicken biryani from the Dindigul region of Tamilnadu, made with jeera samba rice
Speciality mutton biryani from the Dindigulregion of Tamilnadu, made with jeera samba rice
Speciality chicken curry from Karaikudi region of Tamilnadu made with 21 spices and condiments
Boneless chicken marinated with South Indian spices, sautéed in oil, simmered in curry sauce
Goat meat cooked with Chef’s special masala, tempered with freshly ground peppercorns
Goat pieces marinated with Chef’s special masala, sautéed in oil and simmered in South Indian curry sauce
Shrimp cooked in South Indian spicy masala
Crispy crepe made from rice and lentil batter, spread with Madurai special coriander chutney, served with savory filling of potato masala
Crispy crepe made from rice and lentil batter, spread with chicken cooked in chettinad masala
Crispy crepe made from rice and lentil batter, spread with egg and mutton cooked in spicy masala
Horse Gram Rasam
Horse Gram Mixture:
Step 1: Dry roast 1 cup of horse gram in a pan for 10 minutes in slow flame and coarse grind the horse gram
Step 2: Boil 3 cups of water and the coarse powder of horse gram and simmer it for 10 mins and keep it aside
Step 3: Grind 1 teaspoon of pepper, 1 teaspoon of cumin seeds, 1 red chili, and 3 garlic pieces to coarse powder
Step 4: Soak the small lemon sized tamarind in hot water for 5 mins and prepare the tamarind extract with 250ml of water
Step 5: Smash 2 tomatoes in the tamarind extract and bring it to boil
Step 6: In a pan add 2 teaspoon of oil, 1 red chili, 1 green chili, 1 teaspoon of mustard seeds. When mustard seeds splutters add 2 pieces of hing, 1/2 teaspoon of turmeric powder, 1 string of curry leaves and add the rasam powder
Step 7: Add the seasoning to the tamarind and tomato mixture
Horse Gram Rasam(Kollu Rasam)
Step 8: Finally add the horse gram mixture to the Rasam
We cherish this restaurant
Onsite Dosa Party – And the whole experience was just AWESOME!
Food was so delicious! My new favorite Indian place!
Andhra Spicy dosa is my favorite