Okay, I know reviewing a restaurant in India is ridiculous, but I can’t help myself. It was amazing. And what if someone who reads this blog happens to end up in Chennai looking for somewhere to eat. I would kick myself for not having mentioned it.
The restaurant is called Kokom. It is located in the MRC neighborhood in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. They serve food from the southern coastline of India. The basic idea is you have some sort of base, a sopping up material. It’s like a bread but very different. I think many of them are rice based. Let’s go ahead and admit now that I’m an idiot. I don’t know what anything was called. I don’t know what was in it. But I do know it was awesome. So, you usually order the base (the dipper) and also a few of the gravies. One of the best was a chicken stew. But it wasn’t even my favorite, just the one I remember the name of.
Anyway, everyone there was friendly. The place was beautiful. And most importantly, the food was incredible. I might have to go back to India just to eat there again. Okay, that’s not true. But it was really good. I’ll check in with some of my new friends that ate with us that night and see if anyone knows the name of anything that we had. Because otherwise, you’ve read this whole thing and have absolutely no idea what I’m talking about.
But at least I’ve done my job and passed along the news. So just in case you’re ever in Chennai, India. Remember the name… Kokum.
TIll our next meal,