IPL 2023 Final: Cheer CSK With Chennai's Popular Street Foods

The wait is finally over the as IPL 2023 Finale will be played on 29th May 2023 I.e., Monday after rain affected the match on Sunday. The match is about to start at 7:30 pm and all the cricket loves across the globe will eagerly wait to see which team lifts the IPL 2023 trophy. Both Chennai Super Kings and Gujarat Titans have a huge fanbase and people are leaving no stone unturned in cheering their favourite team. But if you are a true CSK fan, we have something for you! 

Chennai Super Kings, with time, has not just remained to be cricket team but something people follow from their heart. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that CSK is amongst the most loved IPL teams of all thanks to its star players, especially MS Dhoni. So, if you are cheering for CSK tonight, why don’t you do it with some popular street foods from Chennai? And you know what? Some of these street foods are also loved by your CSK players. Are you ready?? 

Atho Man 

If you have been to Chennai even once, you must have seen these orange-coloured noodle dishes served with fresh vegetables served in small stalls across the streets in the city. If some food legends are to be believed, Atho Man is actually a Burmese dish but is quite popular in Chennai. 


If you want to taste a snack which is simple, humble and absolutely delicious, sundal is what you need. Made using raw mango, coconut, dried peas and hint of asafoetida, one can find masala sundal on the beaches and roadside carts. Best eaten during the cool ocean air, this is something you must try. 

Kothu Parotta 

Similar to North Indian Laccha parantha, parotta is a popular flatbread served commonly on streets of Chennai. Made up of refined flour, Kothu parotta is prepared using shredded parotta, mixed with meat, vegetables and egg. This special dish is also served in some fancy restaurants in Chennai. Let us tell you that Chennai Super Kings players Matheesha Pathirana and Maheesh Theekshana also love this street food?  

Podi Dosai 

If you want to taste one of the spiciest and most delicious dosai to have, Chennai’s podi dosai is what you need to try. Soaked in rusty red and flavourful podi, this dosai is made fresh and served to customers just within a few minutes. Want to spice up your lives, this is what you should try! 


Refined flour parantha with a stuffing of mashed toor dal, cardamom, charoli, nuts and spices, Boli is one of the most famous street-foods from Chennai. The aroma of this delicious, sweet treat is enough to make you drool.  

How many of these street foods have you tried? Do let us know!