After the recent outbreak of cappuccinos, expressos and lattes, Chennaiâ€™s beloved filter coffee is back with a bang in trendy, on-the-go kiosks. It is no longer confined to a few hotels or the halcyon memories of those who sat sipping them on thinnais, but comes in take away cups with Indian snacks to accompany
6 am in the morning of Mylapore/ Triplicane you wake up with the sound of suprabatam, smell of dicotion lingering in the background and taste of filter kappi which completes the day for every South Indian. This is exactly what Madras Coffee House is trying to replicate.
Filter Kappi is the signature dish of this joint. The coffee unlike other places is not a mixture of branded powders.Full justice is been done with the quality as well as quantity ( 15 bucks).
MCH also offers samosas, puffs and cookies which goes well with their main drink. More fine tuning is required in their sandwiches as it very raw and not cooked in the middle.
Honest in their strategy but more variety can be implemented.