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Refreshingly new treat

The Cauvery guarantees variety food at an affordable price.


GARLIC BREAD with cheese, Coconut fried prawns, tandooriprawns, mutton kolapuri, mutton coconut fry, batter fried prawns, chilli paneer, Hong Kong vegetable dry, African tikka, cheese and cocoa naan...

Down the Cauvery Bridge at the corner on the road leading to Chinthamani, the gastronomical fare cannot get more exotic or exciting than this.

The menu card of this not-so-popular eating joint comes as a real surprise treat for those who don't even know that a restaurant stands here. But one thing is guaranteed here - variety food at an affordable price.

"Stop here. Look no further" should perhaps be an appropriate sign board here once you decide to take your seat. A solitary couch at the entrance helps you to relax during the waiting period. Evenings sees the place bathed in the chandelier's yellow glean. Conversations are generally lulled with a faint music playing in the background. It is sort of an ideal setting to unwind after a busy day.

Called "The Cauvery", this multi-cuisine restaurant mostly caters to the business class. A foodie vouches that the restaurant's culinary spread and expertise matches any other star restaurant down town. Indian, Chinese, Continental, Tandoor...name it and you get it even though Chinese fare is the restaurant's forte with an enviable range of non-vegetarian dishes thrown in going by popular demand. During festival seasons or any Red Letter Days like the Valentine's Day, the restaurant lines up special items to match the occasion, mood and of course, public taste. On such occasions, a buffet is the most sort after kind of meal.

"Our emphasis is on hygienic preparation. And we pay personal attention to each of our customer," says the Operational Manager M. Ethiraj.

"Most of our chefs are from Calcutta, who specialize in typical Bengali dishes of the State and take our Bengali customers by surprise," he adds.

The Cauvery comes across as a retreat to the city dwellers who are always hunting for a place that is refreshingly new and different and whose food fare is equally enticing.

PRATHIBHA PARAMESWARAN

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