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6O1

in Thousand Lights, Chennai
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  • Food: 4.5 / 5
  • Service: 4 / 5
  • Decor: 4 / 5

-By Ameeta Agnihotri

It is a funkily done up Coffee Shop with open décor which is inviting and its name is easy to remember. Late night diners, especially those on a budget, think its burgers are 'awesome’, while its seafood platter goes down easily with cocktails. Their Big Fat Sunday Brunch is full of life with junior gourmets enjoying themselves in their own little space, while adults scoop up the Alcoholic Goals quicker than they are made. The Deli counter that serves up some Sushi, open sandwiches in multigrain bread, salads, sprouts and so much more that it could be your only destination for an entire meal. Grills fascinate while the Vada Pav adds Mumbai magic. Live music and a fortune telling parrot add to the charm on a Sunday afternoon. But, remember, the buffet has a lot to offer. With any luck, the Madras Fish Curry will be on the buffet. Its tamarind tanginess goes fabulously with steamed rice. While each dish is highly recommended, the chefs at 601 whip up some fabulous pizzas. Whatever else you may eat, do leave a little space for dessert. 601 offers the sugarfree variety for those who want the fun without the evils of sugar. 601 at The Park has maintained its promise of providing quality food at all times through years. Naturally it is a favourite with many Chennaites.

6O1
  • Food: 4 5
  • Service: 4
  • Decor: 4

Review posted this month

while its seafood platter goes down easily with cocktails. Their Big Fat Sunday Brunch is full of life with junior gourmets enjoying themselves

6O1
  • Food: 4 5
  • Service: 4
  • Decor: 4

Review posted this month

ut, till last Sunday, the brunch at 601, The Park. I have scanned their menu before and just the fact that the menu was only 1 page, I think, never prompted me to try it - till I saw the words "Liquid Nitrogen Cooking" and "Sand Lobsters, Oysters," and that Sunday, I was taught a lesson on Quality vs Quantity.

The brunch area is rather small, but we started with Sushi which I needed to get two helpings after the first round and had to force myself to stop so that I can try everything else! I tried the tuna and the prawn ones and loved them both. Then came a breakfast item - French toast with a twist - instead of using regular bread, they have options of banana bread, cinnamon roll and another one and we had one of all three - excellent stuff and the twist was so good, that I did not miss the classic. And then Egg Benedict with a twist - the hollandaise sauce had herbs in it and I asked for it to be made without pork - just as excellent!

And then we moved to the Asian counter - a Malaysian Roti Jala- a crisp, swiss cheese styled holed roti for which there was a choice of sides and we went with the chicken gravy which turned out to be just as excellent as the others. The distinctness of the flavour clearly different from the meal thus far was nice. And then we moved to the exotic stuff - there was a choice of lobsters, oysters, mussels, tiger prawns and ones found in most brunches like regular prawns, fish, squids all made to order. I had grilled tiger prawns and lobster and I left it to the chef to make it whichever way he wanted and he made both of them very different from the other - the prawns with lemon butter and herbs and the lobster was chargrilled. And then the best lamp chops I have had in Chennai - it was made to perfection. There was good amount of meat on the chops, it was soft and succulent and the right amount of flavour. There was a Mumbai street food corner, but I only tried one vada pav and it was not very exciting, so left the others.

Needless to say, I was stuffed, but I had a little bit from the Indian side - the butter prawns gravy was nice, the biriyani was flavourful, but I would consider this a sort of pulao at best. After the wonderful stuff, I could not have been bothered with the taste of these and I did not have to worry about not tasting everything, I almost did. I wish I had left the French Toast for dessert, but we tried this Liquid Nitrogen Stuff - Its a quick freezing (Nitrogen stays liquid only at -196º C) liquid and we had a tender coconut mousse froze in 15 seconds flat. It was like a chocobar, but same flavour both outside and inside and it was a little different. We also had a wonderful strawberry dish on the dessert bar which was excellent and a double layered cheese cake which was good, but we were too stuffed to try any more dessert. There is also a fancy floating dessert bar, which has small desserts tied to hydrogen balloons, so if you pick up the dessert, the baloon flies up! We had waffles that were quite bad and soggy, but the mixed berries on top had blueberries and raspberry!!!

And then the best deal of the day, which we missed out - if you book 4 brunches (ahead, I think like 5 days or so), you get a room and pool access for 4 people from 9 AM to 5 PM - WOW!!!! We were only 2, but if a bunch of you decided to meet for brunch or a family of four adults, this could be a full Sunday deal. For those who love alcohol with the brunch, there is an alcohol package for Rs 500 extra and he rattled off some fancy sounding names of wines and beer and other stuff that you liver will love!

Priced at Rs 1750 plus taxes, it comes to about Rs 2055 per person and for Rs 8000 odd, you get brunch,

Favorite Dishes / Drinks: wine

6O1
  • Food: 3.5 5
  • Service: 3.5
  • Decor: 2

Review posted this month

wow such a nice restaurant is this.. I went there once along with my friends for a party and i amused with the level of service they provided and also the food items that they served were really delicious.... enjoy guys..

6O1 is a Indian Restaurant best known for Indian food and is located at The Park, Lobby Level, 601, Anna Salai, Ellaiamman Colony, Thousand Lights, Chennai, 600006. 6O1 (Indian Restaurant) also serves Desserts, European/Continental and Italian. Get reviews, Rating, Menu and Address of 6O1 Indian Restaurant at Timescity.

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