Before you go onto reading this article, let me clarify a few points. Travelling is a partially subjective and I believe each country has its own charms and is unique to travellers in terms of experiences &Continue Reading
Dilli Haus is fast becoming my ultimate good grub saviour and here’s why…. With much happiness and relief I can safely say, I have found the perfect little Indian food delivery outlet in south delhi that delivers great quality Indian food which is way more than grease and overrated butter chicken &
Chef Kunal Kapoor and Dietician Pooja Makhija gave us the first look at the Super Oil of the future that’s here to stay, at Smokehouse Deli, BKC earlier this month.
Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella got to sleep in castles and now you can turn those fairy tales into your own reality by staying in ITC Savoy
Whenever I’m asked, as I was the other day, “for a good sushi place, not too anal, and not bank-busting,” I direct people to this snug, refreshingly unpretentious Sumo Sushi that has got eyeballs rolling with the quality, consistency and bangin flavours. Packaging is ergonomically done up, simple, to the point ensuring that the sushi remains intact and isn’t a mess of dripping sauces and raw fish in a box.
Here’s a chance for you all to have a taste of authentic regional cuisine of Indian because let’s admit it, we often get bored with mainstream monopoly of Indian food and sometimes it’s good to indulge in something that’s essentially Indian but different from our familiar palate preferences.
When it comes to the Pan Asian food, Chinese and Japanese food have surely made inroads into convincing the Indian taste buds.
Gone are the days where exciting vegetarian offerings were slim-pickings. Root’d makes me believe that modern vegetarian cuisine is enjoying somewhat of a Golden Age, with plenty of veggie-centric restaurants cropping up in city, celebrating all-things-veggie. Showcasing imaginative flavor combinations, bold ingredients and all-around good food, Root’d is sure to delight all palates—from staunch vegans to fussy foodies to meat-and-potato fiends.
1. You spend all your money on travelling Well, you basically earn to travel. Every penny earned goes into your travel fund, you don’t care how exotic or simple the place may be but you think money is best spent on the experience of travel and nothing else.
There is a snob lurking inside each of us. This snob isn’t too easy to please but the one inside me was floored with a rather spectacular dining experience at the Pasta Bowl Company in Gurgaon.