Friday, 19 December 2014



Friday, 12 December 2014




PREP TIME 10 mins
COOK TIME 40 mins
TOTAL TIME 50 mins

INGREDIENTS (measuring cup used, 1 cup = 250 ml)

1 cup maida/all purpose flour½ cup whole wheat flour1 tsp vanilla powder or 1 tsp vanilla extract2-3 plums chopped finely¼ or ½ cup chopped cashews¼ tsp cinnamon powdera pinch or two of grated nutmeg or nutmeg powder½ cup soy milk or dairy milk11/2 tbsp apple cider vinegar or white vinegar½ tsp baking soda½ tsp baking powder¾ or 1 cup organic cane sugar or golden sugar or powdered sugar. (see notes below) cup oil or melted butterINSTRUCTIONSgrease a cake round tin or cake loaf pan with oil or butter.preheat your oven to 170 degrees C.seive the whole wheat flour, all purpose flour, cinnamon powder and grated nutmeg along with baking powder.add the oil or melted butter and mix gently.add the sugar and add the chopped plums and cashews.fold these gently in the cake batter.add apple cider to soy milk and later add baking soda to this mixture.stir gently and add this frothy bubbly mixture to the cake batter.add the vanilla extract or vanilla powder.fold quickly.pour the cake batter in the greased cake pan.bake at 170 degrees C for 35-40 minutes.when the plum cake becomes warm or cools, remove from the cake pan.serve eggless plum cake warm with tea or coffee.NOTESfew suggestions for eggless plum cake recipe: 1. instead of soy milk you can use milk.2. instead of oil you can use butter.3. some more dry fruits like raisins, apricots, walnuts, almonds or dry fruits of your choice can be added to the cake.4. the ¾th cup sugar makes the cake just sweet. but not sweet enough for a cake. add 1 cup sugar to get the right amount of sweetness.5. if the top of the cake browns quickly, then cover the top with butter paper or aluminium foil.

Thursday, 11 December 2014

Now open in perungalathur

sangeetha restaurants now open in perungalathur next to iraniamman koil

 Party hall available

corporate packed food available

door delivery available

Friday, 4 April 2014

Times of India posted our article in times property

  Art Chennai had left the works at the stations permanently but today, many of them have been vandalised. "It is wrong to say that railway authorities alone are responsible for maintenance. Railways is a public property and the masses of our country should learn to take ownership. These are prime locations and just because these spaces are dirty, many interesting players may keep off these spaces. People need to take charge and understand that cleanliness works at an individual level as well," says Sanjay. 

    The Delhi Metro has successfully let out spaces to leading outlets in the above mentioned category and the story has been quite a success. Guruprasad Acharya, Business Development Manager, Sangeetha Group of Restaurants, feels that private players should get space to operate fairly in spaces such as these. "We had a chain of stalls near Beach and Central station. But problem comes when government canteens come up, where the same food and beverage items are sold at a very cheap rate. A restaurant like ours has a standardised quality and it cannot bow down to pressures of price. Private players would be interested in a levelplaying ground, where both the retailers and customers are benefitted. When quality is there, people from all classes will be interested in it, says Guruprasad, who seks for greater participation of the private sector in such spaces. 

    JLL, which is the consultant to Chennai Metro, is currently advising on the feasibility of property developments on the land parcels adjacent to the stations. " Taking a cue from the MRTS story, Metro stations are now planned such a way that passenger movement is well integrated with retail activities. A proper study of the profile of passengers, population of the local catchment area and demand for real estate activities has been undertaken. This entails first identifying the type of activity in each of the stations depending on the ridership pattern, micro-market characteristics, the profile of commuters and their purpose of travel," says Sarita. "Based on these parameters, the type of space that can garner good footfalls as well as act as anchor spaces has to be identified for retail development. For any transit-oriented development to be successful, both station activity and commercial activity should complement each other and benefit from the other. Another important factor is the maintenance of these spaces. Professional maintenance agencies would need to be appointed to ensure that all areas are usable to ensure patronage from passengers for the retail formats," she says. Gathering best practices and effective implementation will make sure that public spaces in Chennai are taken to a different level. 

Friday, 28 February 2014


Trip Advisor has given the certificate of excellence 2013 award to Sangeetha veg restaurants.

Saturday, 22 February 2014


Sangeetha Restaurants one of the largest chain operating hotels in South India will spread its wing towards the eastern side of the world ...HONG KONG very soon ...

Wednesday, 22 January 2014

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Wednesday, 15 January 2014

On-line Food Parcel & Delivery

Sangeetha Restaurants have introduced online parcel and delivery system in chennai at Rapuram branch..

please go to the above link and explore a whole lot of services from sangeetha restaurants chennai.

Wednesday, 8 January 2014

Sangeetha Restaurant Kanchipuram

Sangeetha restaurant opened in Kanchipuram District will be celebrating their 7th Anniversary on jan 28th 2014... come and get indulged with our new set of dishes and promotions.

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