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Zingo Star: Review

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We’re dishing out new food reviews very frequently these days, and we hope you are enjoying the posts! Today on our review radar is the cool new Zingo Star, a casual dining restaurant in Greater Kailash-II, Delhi.

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The Project at Park Balluchi, HKV- Review!

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The Project at Park Balluchi, HKV is the newest ‘IT’ food place in town, and has been gathering lots of buzz around it on social media ever since it launched a few days back. Located in the heart of Hauz Khas Village inside the deer park, The Project is THE place for you if you don’t like waiting in queues at the regular places in HKV. Read on for a full review!

The decor/ ambience

Spread over a vast area inside the deer park, The Project has both indoor and outdoor seating, surrounded by lush greens on all sides. On one side outdoors (see pic below), you are separated from the deer seated next to you while you are having your meal/ drinks by just a wall of glass. There are very few restaurants in Delhi which offer such a ‘close-to-nature’ feel.
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#FoodieMusings: Karim’s, Airport, Foodhall, etc.

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August has come to an end already, and here’s a new section on the blog- #FoodieMusings! Even though I’m an out and out foodie and a regular blogger, it is not always possible to share everything in detail on the blog, given how much I eat! LOL!

So #FoodieMusings shall be like quickie food posts- things that I have been eating on the go and whether I recommend them or not!

First off, you must check out the post on Jashn-e-Awadh food festival at Paatra.

And some more food now 😀

Foodhall is doing an American-cuisine festival all of this month, and I tried a couple of things like Greek Salad, burgers with black bean+ feta+ chipotle salsa which were yum, and waffles with ginger and orange reduction on top. Goes to my must-make-at-home list! Heavenly!

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Do the Dumpling Doodle Do {Chew Pan Asian Cafe}

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A few days back, I had the opportunity to attend a media-only food event at Chew Pan Asian Cafe. I have already been there previosly, but this time the event was all about DIMSUMS aka dumplings- my favorite favorite food of all times! Needless to say, I went berserk hogging (maybe that should have been the last line!). I had an amazing time, and the dimsum heaven that Chew is, I’d recommend all of you to give it a try! Continue reading Do the Dumpling Doodle Do {Chew Pan Asian Cafe}

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Mangolicious food bloggers meet {Chew- Pan Asian cafe}

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OMG! This is a crazyyyy mango-filled post, so mango lovers, brace up! Lots of pictures, and yummy ones at that! I was invited to a Mangolicious (Food) Bloggers meet at Chew- Pan Asian Cafe’ (Connaught Place- Delhi) a few days back, and OMG! I had so much fun! Now enough of keeping you waiting, time for some pics!

But first, something about the cafe’, as they like to call it! ‘Chew’ has a very cool ambience, mosaic flooring et. al. The staff is very warm and welcoming. They also have an open kitchen, a huge spice-rack wall (not in pics), and the highlight of the cafe are the hanging/ swinging seats, a favorite of couples!

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Cafe Zo, Hauz Khas Village: Review

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Like we all know, this blog is being written by a girl who is crazy about food, apart from her makeup! And what better way to start food trails here than to review my favorite place to eat-out in! Today I’m going to review my super favorite ‘Cafe Zo’ which is located amidst the scenic and always buzzing with youth and energy- Hauz Khas Village in the heart of South Delhi.

The cafe has super cool, vintage appeal to it- from the worn out chairs to the dim lighting and huge chandeliers, everything appeals my taste the minute I enter inside. One side of the cafe has huge windows, outside which are huge trees, so you get a lush view, with birds and squirrels popping in and out. Occasionally, you may spot a peacock too 😀 .

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