The Royal Indian dining room
Experience the Royal Indian cuisine food at Navaratna, Le Royal Meridien Chennai. The restaurant has been strength to the hotel since its first service. The restaurant Navaratna refers to the sacred nine gemstones as per the Indian Vedic text. The interiors of the restaurant bear a traditional royal feel with a finishing of rosewood, chandeliers and brass vessels.
Navaratna offers up its 9 new signature dishes, Kurkure Panner Tikka, Kalan Melagu Peratal, Shaan -E- Tandoor, Chappali Kebab, Galouti Kebab, Saiva Meen Kuzhambu, Badshahi Panner, Khaja Gosht, Awadhi Murgh Kali Mirch. Responsible for the innovative and profound dishes of the new menu are Paul Athisayaraj, Food & Beverages head and Chef Irfan Khan at Le Royal Meridien Chennai. The overall operations was planned and executed by Mr. Sumit Kant, general manager at Le Royal Meridien Chennai.
The restaurant is located at the lobby level at the hotel with 90 covers, including a private dining room with 12 covers. While enjoying the delights of the new menu, guests can relax to the soothing tunes of the traditional Indian music every day. The restaurant operates 7 days a week, serving both lunch and dinner.
The dignitaries present at the launch were Dr. P.G Periasamy, chairman of PGP Group of companies, Mr. Malolan, vice president, Cognizant, actor Santosh Pratap. Also the evening was made more colourful with a scintillating fashions how by Prajanya Anand