No. 554, TTK Road, Alwarpet, Chennai-600018


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It's a one of a kind cafe on the East coast serving some sizzling Malaysian street food and Fusion cuisine with a punch. Your best excuse to leave the Old city and hit the NEW TOWN!!!

Non - Veg Resturant

Dine-In Available

Alcohol not Served

Home Delivery


American, Desserts, Malay, Sea Food, Juices, Singaporean, Sandwiches, Salads, Burgers, Fusion

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Rs 800 for 2 Persons

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Air Conditioned, Take Away, Parking Available, Kids Friendly, Party Hall , Smoking Area, Table Booking

  • on 15 Oct, 2013

    Shadir Bughari

  • on 01 Oct, 2013

    Anne Davies

    Having heard a lot about New Town on ECR, I was very happy when they decided to open up a new branch in Alwarpet. Sunday evening, we went for an early dinner and were comfortably seated immediately. We were very impressed with the decor and lighting and all but that was to be it!! After about 10 mins of being seated, we were yet to be given the menu card. Finally we rang the little bell that is pasted on the table to garner attention. The servers didn't know much about the menu and we got no help from them on deciding the order. Also they were totally against any customization. They had a chilli chicken and egg fried rice combo, which we wanted to order but without the egg in the fried rice. However, we were plainly told it can only be served as egg fried rice and not without the egg. Makes you wonder if the food is pre-prepared which does not allow to accommodate such small request. We started with the chicken satay which was well cooked but under seasoned and arrived within a decent time. The wait for the main course was quite a long one. We had ordered bangers and mash and a sago coated fish, none of which i thought should have taken the 40 min or so it took for the food to be served. Both the dishes tasted good and was enjoyed We had also ordered a Achari beef roll which def. didnt taste achari and I actually had to clarify the meat was beef though am still not convinced. It was more a sheekh kabab roll. In between the long waits, we had random servers coming in and asking "you called?" - the lady at the table behind us answered "i did" ; "would you like to place the order"; "anything else"(when what we had ordered hadn't arrived yet) By this time we really had enough and decided against the desserts. The bill came and we realized a service charge of 10% was levied. It was probably the amount I would have left as tip, but for such horrendous service to be forced to pay the service charge - for once I was not happy doing it. I told the manager the disappointments , who very nicely heard it and said most issues were due to the restaurant being new. He might be right but I have no intentions of making it back there at least in near future. Have to add that we forgot our card at the restaurant and the manager promptly called us and kept the card safe for us till we got back.

  • on 06 May, 2013

    Swarna V Barath

    Must Visit Place on ECR! After a long long absolutely long time, I have been to a new place and loved it so much that I would recommend it to anyone and everyone in Chennai. Really good atmosphere to dine in, very pleasant I must say. It is an awesome place to stop by when you are on a long drive in the ECR and short enough distance from the city if you just wanna drive all the way to go to this cafe, totally worth it! The menu is extensive, not just Malaysian as I expected it to be. It has a very good international favorites menu from French Fries to Mozzarella Fingers and Mezze Platter. I wouldn\'t claim the starters to be the best in town, but definitely of a really high class and quality of food. The drinks menu is vast too, there are a number of Soda pops and Coffee Shakes to choose from. The Main course has a good choice too, the pastas and noodles are yumm. Must try the Malay-style Roti tastes like Ceylon Paratta with a yummy side dish too. The Paneer Katti Roll deserves a special mention. The Malay street food section is worth a try. Even the desserts as simple as Lychees with Ice-cream and Apple-pie were all a class apart. The service is good enough, though can be made better with a little more effort. Pricing is not too expensive, appropriate for the standard of food and a great evening spent here. Dont miss this place, if you are on East Coast Road.

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  • on 04 Apr, 2013

    Nishanth Radhakrishnan

    Was at New Town Coffee House, ECR for Lunch. Located after VGP Resorts, Injambakkam - a nice laid back Rest-o-Cafe which serves Malaysian Street Food and Fusion. Adequate car parking along with both indoor (for Summer must!!) and outdoor seating. For the 3 of us to start off our meal we ordered Cafe Town de Paris Salad - Veg and Non Veg with Tuna. The quantity was excellent and it tasted good too. Also had Iced Lemon Tea, Mango Shake & one more drink (forgot name) to go with the Salads. Since we were more or less full, for Main Course we just ordered the Bangars and Mash which were Sausages served on a bed of Mashed Potatoes. Though we were not served the actual dish, the staff was kind enough to inform the actual sausages were not available. Still went ahead & glad we did. Another home run at NTCH - tasted yummy!! For desserts had Roti Bom which is in layman terms Sweet Parotta - a little too sweet for my liking. Thoroughly enjoyed our dine in experience at New Town Coffee House. Looking forward to their branch opening up in the city at TTK Road, Alwarpet.

  • on 21 Jan, 2013

    Rebecca Samuel

    We visited New Town - Coffee House last Saturday with family and the food was truly yummy and delicious. From the starters to the main course to the desserts, we only were drooling for more. The ambience was serene and apt for an afternoon meal... Some of my favourites were the Murtabak and the vinegar based dip, the authentic bangers and mash, and the winner being the crab meat and kothu paratta... For all those food junkies, New Town Coffee House is a must try.... Thank you New Town - Coffee House for the wonderful food and hospitality... will return for more soon... Regards

  • on 10 Jan, 2013

    M. R. Nishanth

    Shadir Bughari - Chennai Soru : New Town - Coffee House, Injambakkam


Contact Person : Mr. Zahir Naina

No. 363, Injambakkam, Opposite VGP Golden Beach, East Coast Road, Chennai-600041