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This is a very luxurious resort, where one can book sea side cottages or villas also.
On Sundays they have buffet breakfast and buffet lunch..we had their was delicious and there was so much of variety..almost everything in 550/ per person. They had stuff paratha,idli,dosa, lemon idli, upma, utthapam,all sort of breads, muffins,waffles, juices, lassi, cereal and fruit sand of course coffee,tea,milk.

Their dinner buffet was 850/per person and it also had amazing variety including paani poori also(I think it was that day only, not a routine.Their vegetarian food is a complete delight..we had paneer methi, deewani haandi and daal makhani wih all types of bread, nowhere we have found so soft paneer and chapathis.

In mocktails we tried..evening sun.a mix of orange juice and lime and

teetotallers Pina is a mix of ice cream, pine apple juice and coconut water..this one I liked and grilled vegetable sandwiches too.

I would say its a perfect place to enjoy..

Ambiance...very good
Service ..very good
food..also very good..though for vegetarians curries are very limited.
Price...I wouldnt say expensive..its good value for money.

Fisherman's Cove
Covelong Beach
Kanchipuram District 603 112
Tamil Nadu
Tel: (91-44) 6741 3333
Fax : (91-44) 6741 3330
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Emreen said…
Great resort.. have tried out the breakfast...Its 50% complimentary for people who stay ther.. Its just awesome... !!
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