No Strings Attached serves noodles on pizzas and in samosas

No SNtrings Attached, a new restaurant in the city specialises in noodles and dishes infused with it. 

author_img Gopika Krishnan Published :  16th June 2017 06:00 AM IANS   |   Published :   |  16th June 2017 06:00 AM

Ever imagined noodles pouring out when you bite into a samosa or fantasised about a layer of noodles on a pizza base? No Strings Attached in Adyar serves up a fun new experience with healthier and tastier all-grain noodles. The vegetarian restaurant resembles a purple coloured shipping container inside the Ganapathyram theatre, so we can safely say that it is quite hard to miss during the day. Noodle preparations here are christened based on the choice of cuisine. A dish named Madras  has noodles tossed in a spicy South Indian-inspired sauce, Milano serves up noodles infused with tangy Italian sauce and Its a Wrap is a Mexican-inspired dish with lettuce and mashed beans rolled into a tortilla.
 

On  the limited menu, partner  Arun Kumar says, “We decided on a smaller menu to ensure good quality food. On the other hand, we also wanted the customers to have a few choices. That explains the various cuisines.” All the sauces, soups and stuffing required for the menu are homemade by three chefs, every morning. Owned by four friends Arun Kumar, Manikandan, Nithin Kalkiraju and Kannan, the 300 sq-foot restaurant can seat up to 10 people.  


The USP of the place is how they have successfully infused noodles into various other food items, without altering with the original flavours of these dishes. The Noodlezza, a pizza base topped with noodles tossed in marinara sauce and the crispy spring rolls are our favourites. However, noodles tossed in paneer makhani sauce, with a tinge of sweetness in it seems to be their speciality, though the manchurian remains the classic. While they have plans of expansion, “Non vegetarian items are not on the cards right now, says Arun.” 

Meal for two is Rs.200. Details: 9962779902
 

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