Celebrate Summer with Food and More

Published: 28th May 2015 06:01 AM  |   Last Updated: 28th May 2015 06:01 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI:  Savera Hotel is celebrating Summer Fest with a range of exciting offers starting from Wednesday. The fest is on till June 15. As part of the celebrations, there are a number of exciting offers at the hotel’s restaurants Piano, Malgudi and Curry Town. While Piano, the multi-cuisine buffet restaurant with Indian, Chinese, Continental spread along with live stations and a host of starters, is offering rates for five at the cost for three and for three at the rate for two, Malgudi, the southern cuisine restaurant if offering thali for four at the rate for three. The restaurant a confluence of all the States from the Southern region has the master chefs from each part ensuring the authenticity of the cuisines with native herbs and spices.

Curry Town, which captures the taste of the North, has crafted  a menu with the best of the cuisine. The festival has surprise discounts for the diners on a-la-carte orders.

The Summer Fest doesn’t stop with exciting offers on food, as there is caricature, face painting, magician, mehindi, kids buffet corner, astrology, etc, apart from the  lucky draw and the chance to win hotel vouchers. Diners can call 28114700 the hotel for more details.Savera is located at 146, Dr Radhakrishnan Road.

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