… do not miss taking a break at Sai Sangeet.

Whenever you travel to Tamil Nadu (any and every corner), one thing you can be assured of is the variety of delicacies, especially *tiffin* that you can get to feast on. We discovered another such treasure trove on our road trip to Kanchipuram this time. Not only did this place called Sai Sangeet serve amazing food …

… but also housed a store selling exactly my kind of fare – handmade, rustic, desi and eco-friendly. πŸ™‚



Needless to say, that’s where I first ventured into, while the family was busy feasting on the delicacies. I wish I could show you more stuff, but photography wasn’t allowed inside. They had such amazing vintage collections on display, including age old brass utensils, miniatures and so on. Β The sheer variety of magnets available had me glued, and ofcourse made their way onto our refrigerator .

The pricing in the restaurant was on the higher side, but was totally worth every buck spent. The ambience was amazing, complete with copper jugs and glasses, and beautiful decor and paintings adorning the walls.

Take a look at the creative corners on your way to the entrance, and you can get an inkling of what I am talking about. πŸ™‚



The place is strategically located on the main highway itself, near the town of Ambur. Additionally, they also have 3 more branches on the same route. Get more info here: http://www.saisangeet.in/.

With the sky sportingΒ myriad hues, and a satiated tummy, we couldn’t have had a better beginning to the temple sojourn. More tales from Kanchipuram itself coming up in the next post. πŸ™‚