When the Clock Strikes 12

Published: 23rd June 2014 07:20 AM  |   Last Updated: 23rd June 2014 07:27 AM   |  A+A-


CHENNAI: With FIFA World Cup turning nights longer, CE explores the restaurants and take-aways that can help ease the hunger pangs at night without burning a hole in your pocket.  What more, these nocturnal spots do not compromise on the menue — be it bubble tea or continental delicacies. Now, cheer for the goal without having your stomach rumble

The New Heaven From Seven, Nungambakkam

Offering Indian and Chinese cuisine, the restaurant is famous for its chicken club sandwich and chicken biryani. What is unique about this takeaway restaurant is the mention of bubble tea and milkshake on its menu. The Taiwan specialty isn’t available in any other mid-night restaurants. The owner says, “We get many customers during weekends. People stop by all famished after parties. The current IPL and football season has increased the number of customers by a milestone.” The restaurant is located next to the Child Trust Hospital and is open from 7 pm to 4 am

Midnight Express, Alwarpet

Known for its Chettinad curries, Midnight Express is popular for its half-boiled eggs. It offers midnight special chicken roast apart from chicken, mutton and egg biryani. While the restaurant offers take-away, it also has an air-conditioned dine in facility for late night party goers.

Ring 2 Bring, Madipakkam

The restaurant not only brings food with just a call but also has a huge variety of combos to choose from. The combo offers food, enough for one or maybe even two, and is inexpensive. Super fast deliveries and good quality food are the highlights of this food spot.

Mathsya, Egmore

This is the best option for vegetarians. Located close to the Egmore station and open till 2 am, Mathsya attracts customers who travel late night. Popular for its long list of South Indian delights, it has the perfect ambience for midnight get togethers with family and friends.


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