Eating expertise on the InterContinental Chennai Resort

The InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) is one of the world's leading hotel companies. The InterContinental Chennai Resort is located near the Mahabalipuram UNESCO World Heritage Site and is considered to be Mahabalipuram's first luxury resort on the beach.


The InterContinental Chennai Mahabalipuram Resort is located in the picturesque Bay of Bengal and offers a contemporary and stylish dining experience for the New Age globetrotter. The InterContinental Chennai Mahabalipuram Resort offers three gourmet restaurants, including The Melting Pot: Market Cafe with three live kitchens that serve the best of European, South Asian and Indian peninsula cuisine, a Chinese specialty restaurant, Tao Of Peng and Off The Hook coming soon a grill and fish restaurant opened on the beach. In the Gatsby Lounge, guests can enjoy classic cocktails and more in an atmosphere inspired by the spirit of the 1920s and the fusion age.

An interesting concept from #ICChennai is breakfast by the bay, where you can have breakfast after a yoga session or a walk on the beach.

The melting pot: Market Cafe (North Indian, Continental, South Indian)

The all-day dining restaurant, The Melting Pot, is designed to reflect the food and culture of the people by the sea. The melting pot is a room where different kitchens meet and melt in the mouth. With a view of a lotus pond, you can sit outside or inside, depending on the climate. The regions and people who want to celebrate the restaurant were at the forefront of revolutionary ideas, the longing for the sea and the will to explore. In keeping with this theme, the restaurant presents the ambience of a bubbly travel market with three live show kitchens that create characteristic menus from Europe, India and the South China Sea.

The team of chefs prides itself on putting together a world-class dining experience using only the freshest ingredients and a modern presentation. The Melting Pot serves dishes in buffet form.

I had a nice one Vegetarian thali, and it was delicious! Wait, it was wasteful and lavish. The Thali had mushroom Kalan, Bhindakai Pulusu, Kathirikai Kuzhambu, Tomato Pappu, Tomato Rasam, Podi Maas, Cauliflower Kempu, Vegetable Korma and Payasam.

In addition to the ever-changing buffets for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as the most elaborate Sunday brunch that East Coast Road has to offer, the restaurant also offers an excellent selection of tasting menus that range from European and modern to Indian, Asian and Asian-rich continental fare .

The Chinese have always valued exquisitely prepared, carefully presented and delicious food. In China, no meeting or social gathering is considered complete without a good meal. Essen remains a channel for successful relationships and is a living metaphor that implies power and responsibility. Smart cooks have had unusual access to power throughout Chinese history.

The Peng Tao is designed according to the following theme – From a historical context; It celebrates some of the basic principles on which Chinese cuisine is based. The restaurant building on the foundations above would try to interpret the culinary effect of expatriation on the Chinese. especially the inclusion of local flavors and ingredients.

The atmosphere matched a Chinese restaurant. The Tao of Peng is a specialty restaurant for contemporary Chinese cuisine with a focus on Cantonese and Sichuan cuisine. It is located in the eastern courtyard (opposite the Amrtam Spa). The Tao of Peng is open for dinner Tuesday through Sunday from 7pm to 11pm. The last order is at 10:45 p.m. They are open for lunch on Saturday and Sunday from 12.30 p.m. to 3.00 p.m. The final order is at 2:45 p.m. Note: The restaurant is closed on Mondays.

The Tao of Peng is a perfect place to eat. Tao of Peng is a complete Chinese restaurant that offers some innovative dishes like Dim Sum Art and Dessert Art that look like a painting on a canvas with food. It offers an extensive selection of vegetarian and non-vegetarian Chinese options. They only serve a la carte and have some special menus that the chef can put together on special request. The Tao of Peng Lounge is a fully stocked bar that offers a special selection of cocktails with an Asian influence and a selection of international spirits.

I enjoyed my dinner at the Tao of Peng. Here's a look at my menu and my food!

For salad bar – Glass noodle salad with Shimaji and Dim Sum Art plate.

For main course! I tried Dan Dan noodles (farmer's dish), Asian vegetables, Mapu tofu, Cantonese fried rice and vegetables in four ways.

For desserts – I tried western dessert platter.
There's no more prominent place to enjoy modern Chinese cuisine than the Tao of Peng at InterContinental Chennai Mahabalipuram Resort. The price is INR 2000 plus tax for vegetarian meals and INR 2500 plus tax for non-vegetarian meals.

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