If you’ve been working towards a beautiful instagram feed too, then bookmark this list right away for some very pretty looking Insta-worthy restaurants and cafes in Chennai.The Brew Room The Brew Room is known for its pretty ambiance and lovely food! Coffee Halt at Cafela: This is an awesome place for a first date and will certainly not burn a hole in your pocket. Bon Apetit: This place is so nicely done up that no pictures or words could do justice to describe it. Have fun trying unique delicacies, and if the girl is a foodie, she will like the fact that you chose this place. We completely agree with you that it is indeed a tough thing to pick a place, which is cute and cozy and at the same time, pocket-friendly. Leaping Windows: Leaping Windows is a quirky café with delicious food. The casual ambience will help you be comfortable on your first date! Wood Box Café: The ambiance of this café is simply amazing! Well, we did a lil research and found these lovely cafes that are absolutely perfect (and easy on your pocket) for a first date! Kala Ghoda Café: This small, cute and homey café is perfect for a first date. Also, they have an incredible comic book collection. It is especially popular for North Indian delicacies and should cost Rs. The wood work interiors and the innovative décor is impressive, but the food is even better! The thatched huts in the lawn is a perfect set-up for a date and also very photogenic.Go for the Roasted Stuffed Chicken, Sauteed Ginger Pork and end the meal with a Mudpie.
Traditional items like the leaf and palmyra-fiber handicrafts from Tirunelveli, bronze and brass castings and traditional jewellery from Kumbakonam, metal works from Thanjavur, stone carvings from Mahabalipuram, silks from Kanchipuram are for sale in shops and boutiques.
The graffiti work, comely cushions and everything about That Madras Place is very tastefully done.
That Madras Place: If you find any café cuter than this, we’d love to know!
A notable tourist attraction in Chennai is actually in the neighbouring town of Mahabalipuram, with its ancient temples and rock carvings of the 7th century Pallava kingdom is an UNESCO World Heritage site Chennai was ranked 9th in travel guide Lonely Planet's 2015 top 10 cities ranking.
overtaking New Delhi and Mumbai with visitors to heritage sites in Kanchipuram and Mahabalipuram and medical tourists making up the largest numbers.