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4 things to look forward to

Here are things to look forward to in Chennai.

Asian delights

The newest to join the citys fast growing list of restaurants serving up popular, diverse Chinese and South-east Asian favourites, Hutong professes to be inspired by Sichuan flavours. The dimsum selection at the minimalist-decor restaurant is extensive, which includes usual suspects like seasonal vegetable hargow and mixed seafood siumai. The winner there however is the slightly sweet bao, stuffed with crispy tofu and a hot chilli sauce and served warm in a bamboo steamer.

Those seeking comfort Chinese food have enough to pick from Asian Delights their crowd-pleasers like crispy-fried lotus stem with Sichuan peppers, creamy corn soup, sweet-spicy dragon prawn with cashewnut, kung-pao chicken and butter-garlic

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