Hyatt Regency Chennai has announced the reopening of its award-winning all-day dining restaurant, Spice Haat from April 4. Located on lobby level, the restaurant is aesthetically designed with thematic art installations inspired by the colourful and interactive elements of a new age Indian marketplace.
Spice Haat serves delicacies from North-West Frontier, South India, Pan Asian and Western selection along with beverage options. Spread across four live kitchens to cater to the extensive spread, Spice Haat encompasses the tandoor kitchen (kebabs, grills, Indian breads), stove kitchen (curries from different parts of India, South Indian and European), beverage station serving season’s specials including smoothies, shakes, ice-teas along with a wide variety of cocktails, beers and spirits and dessert kitchen (savoury, snacks, salads, spirits, cocktails, mocktails, fresh juices, hot and cold desserts, ice-creams and more).
Spice Haat has been designed in line with Hyatt’s contemporary food aesthetic interspersed with quirky and eccentric art which reflects Chennai in all its fascinating glory. With 156 covers, this all-day dining restaurant is Hyatt Regency’s biggest food space. It serves both a la carte (lunch) and buffet (breakfast and dinner) menu on all days.