Newly-weds Nayanthara and Vignesh enjoy a cosy dinner outing in Kochi

Newly-weds Nayanthara and Vignesh enjoys a cosy dinner outing in Kochi

Star couple Nayanthara and Vignesh Shivan has been the talk of the town last week with them making things official at a stunning wedding ceremony at Tamil Nadu's Mahabalipuram. The sweet love story followed by the charming wedding made the couple a media-favourite.

Their latest outing in Kerala, the home-state of the lady superstar, is what snags the social media's attention now. The couple, along with Nayan's family, had a cosy dinner outing on Sunday when they paid a visit to a Kochi restaurant.

The staff at the Manna Restaurant in Panampilly Nagar were pleasantly surprised when they saw the ‘special’ guests who walked in to enjoy dinner Sunday night.

The newly-weds had visited the hotel along with the actress’ mother to enjoy an intimate family dinner. The family had earlier home delivered lunch from the same restaurant to Nayanthara’s flat in Kochi.

Nayanthara and Vignesh Shivan with the staff of Manna Restaurant, Kochi

“We got a call enquiring about the menu. We thought that they have called to order food. But they said they will come to the restaurant. Nayanthara and Vignesh came along with her mother to the restaurant at around 11pm. Both of them tasted our special items. Nayanthara loved our ghee rice and chicken curry,” says hotel owner Muhammad Hijas.

Hijas says that Nayanthara quite enjoyed their special ‘mohabath’ tea that she ordered it again. The ‘Mohabath’ tea, brewed with unique ingredients is a speciality there. The guests who were having dinner at the restaurant too were in for a surprise when they unexpectedly met the star couple.  

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