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Rhapsody, Courtyard Chennai

Anna Salai
Lobby Level, Courtyard By Marriott, Anna Salai, Chennai
11:00 am to 12:00 am

Price: Rs.1500 for two

Cuisine: Mexican, Indian, Tandoori, Chinese

Known for: Non veg Platter, Burger

Large Group Friendly
Notable Beer List
Notable Wine List
Serves alcohol
Bar area
Valet parking
Happy hours
Cigars available
Large screen
Air conditioned


eroteme  - Burrp User


June 20,2013

Truly Pathetic

I fail to see what the other reviewers found so amazing about this place. The decor is plain. The ambiance is jarring with loud unrelated music. The service is common & nothing unique. The menu cards on tablets is pointless as the tablet stopped working couple of times & the stewards have no clue about what needs to be done.

A restaurant is about experience starting with the food. If I wanted decor & music I would go to a Herman Miller showroom or a Bose showroom if not a concert. The food has to be good. If you are going to charge me sky-high prices, the food has to be mind-blowing. The food choices are commonplace. Nothing special about even a single item on their menu. I ordered their bruschetta & broccoli soup. The portions were of course small but the soup had garlic peels floating in it! Frankly, just a week ago we made bruschetta at home which was far better & of course huge in quantity. These 2 items for INR 800. Tuscana, Little Italy & most other joints serve far better food at much less the price. I don't care how the ambiance, music, etc. are (and they were all plain or bad) if the food is abysmal. Rhapsody should quietly shut their restaurant & stick to being a bar (if they are doing a good job there).
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Sriram Iyer - Burrp User

Sriram Iyer

April 23,2009

Play On

Rhapsody is quite a class apart.

One of the best lounge bars in town, albeit the new Taj Mount Road now boasts of another new one by name BLEND.

Yet, Rhapsody retains its place, thanks to the music and the "Birmingham meets Persia" decor and ambience it boasts of.

The highlight is that they never play commercial music, and its pure House or Trance kinda stuff that you get to hear. Its expensive, no doubt, but worth it to chillout on a warm summer evening.
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