Like most regions of India, Tamil Nadu is also known for its distinct cuisine type. The region has a rich cuisine involving both non-vegetarian and vegetarian delicacies characterised by the lavish use of spices and herbs. Celebration meals in Chennai are still prepared the same way they were centuries ago. Rice, grains and lentils are a staple of Tamil cuisine. Chettinad cuisine is a speciality in Tamil Nadu and is a delight to those who like their food hot and spicy. Pepper, coriander, cumin seed and in particular tamarind are popular flavourings which give the cuisine a distinct taste.
Spend 2 nights/3 days engaging in expert chef demonstrations, tours to the local spice bazaar, indulgent cuisines and wine and restaurants and bars with awe-inspiring views.
Winter Rates: 1st October 2017 – 15th April 2018
Single occupancy: INR 70,000 (£833) | Double occupancy: INR 75,000 (£893)
Summer Rates: 16th April 2018 – 30th September 2018
Single occupancy: INR 65,000(£744) | Double occupancy: INR 70,000 (£833)