I love eating out. There are so many new restaurants opening everywhere you look. New cuisines, concept restaurants and bars, experimental chefs, ever-expanding wine lists – there’s so much to look forward to. But there are also many things that go wrong. They may appear minor, but if one sees them recurring, they manage to ruin the entire experience of going out. Continue reading “Restaurants, Please Stop Doing These Things”
Royce’ is a Japanese origin brand of premium chocolates that is globally renowned for their rich flavours, textures and creativity.
Lacking an official name, Sardar ki Aloo Poori is a small, almost run-down restaurant in Darya Ganj which sets up shop every Sunday, churning out some excellent aloo poori.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single woman who has moved to Paris for work must be in search of a flat. Or a studio apartment, or a room in an apartment. Basically any sort of accommodation that burns the smallest hole in your pocket, because burn it will, unless you’re Beyoncé and can afford digs for US$10,000 a night. I mean did you SEE that pool?
French vegetarian food has never tasted better. Read on to know more about my culinary adventure at Le Bistro du Parc, which, in my opinion, is one of Delhi’s topmost French restaurants.
Valentine’s Day 2016 will be quite a memorable one for me.
No, the love of my life didn’t pop The Question, but I did attend the Chandon Disco Brunch with Food Talk India at Ek Bar.
Last weekend, Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium played host to Delhi’s first ever Great Indian Golchakkar (GIG) Carnival. A joint venture between a company called Gourmet Planet and The Ministry of Tourism, it was a 3-day festival amalgamating the best of Indian cuisine, music and a few lifestyle brands. Continue reading “Of good music and good food ~ The GIG Carnival 2016”