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If you have a craving for Virudhunagar's version of southern spice, which is a tad different from your regular Chennai offerings then head here. Their Biryani and Mutton Fry is worth the penny It's a strictly functional premises where food does all the talking. Cleanliness is a bit questionable, but the food is great.Lunchtime is a bit of a bustle and you may have to wait a bit before you get a table. But once you're seated, it's a veritable feast. The non-vegetarian meal is a good option here and you get to taste a variety of gravies and you can order side-dishes of your choice at an extra cost. Biryani is a don't-miss and the Seer Fish Fry is something you can both write and take home. For those who like the touch of exotica, there's rabbit and turkey on offer too.

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Kohinoor Asiana Hotel plays host to some of the finest restaurants on OMR, and Wild Fire is one of them. Frequented by expats and foodies, Wild Fire opens up every evening, except on Tuesdays. Lately the restaurant has added Mexican Grills to their offerings and will serve Japanese food on request. Wild Fire chefs are in performance mode behind their see-through counters and they do both Indian- and Western-plated grills, so you can sit at your table sipping your preferred glass of wine, and they will get you a Grilled Beckti, or Jumbo Prawns in a jiffy. As you wait for your food to arrive, you will get on your table the Amuse Bouche — or complimentary starter — a different one every day. They have separate kitchens for Vegetarian and Non vegetarians. While their barbecue meats and steaks are served with a selection of sauces, the Indian-style kebabs and tandoor dishes hold their own with naans, rotis, dals and chutneys to accompany them. There's an interesting wine list with suggestions on how to pair the food with the wine. The North-West Frontier-style foods in particular, go very well with our own home-grown varieties which are sweeter than most imported wines. For dessert you have to try the Le Desatino. It has been created especially for chocolate lovers: it has dark and milk chocolate and is served with warm chocolate sauce.

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