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Teppenyaki treat at Chew!

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So I headed to Chew- Pan Asian Cafe yet again for a food bloggers meet recently. And I have to admit that the more I visit this place, the more I fall in love! And each time, it is the food that continues to attract me! This time, the Teppenyaki menu was the order of the day. The chefs demonstrated some live cooking, and we had some delicious food in front of us within minutes. Chew is one place which not only serves delicious pan-asian food, the desserts are equally amazing!

Take a dekko below 🙂

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Live Teppenyaki cooking- Chew Pan Asian Cafe’

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Out of the box!

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So it was my bestie’s birthday the other day and me and my girls headed to ‘Out of the Box’ at Hauz Khas Village. All we wanted was to catch up with each other and chit-chat about all that’s happening in our lives. Even tough I meet my friends almost every week and we talk over phone literally all day, our hectic professional lives don’t allow the whole gang to meet every time, but birthdays are meant to be ‘Out of the Box’.

The place is set across a few floors, and the decor in all of them is slightly different from each other. There’s enough room to seat a whole lot of people, but if you have a favorite corner/ couch, I recommend you get it reserved well in advance. The dim lighting and lots of natural-light seeping in through the windows makes the ambience perfect for all occassions. I don’t have many pics of the restaurant as such, since I wasn’t there on a ‘food bloggers’ event but with my friends- I do have a few food pictures for you to relish! The food is really nice, and I would madly recommend the dimsums, even though I had just the vegetarian ones this time.

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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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Say cheese!

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How has the last week been for you all? After my ‘summer’ post here, the weather in Delhi seems to have mellowed down a bit for a few days it seems. Just temporary though! And, I’ve had tons of cheese this week! I mean, insane amount of cheese, so much so that I have decided I will stay away from cheese for the next few weeks! And now I just want to take you guys onto this guilt trip with me 😛 Wanna take a look? Scroll down!

Went to Chili’s in Saket this week for lunch. Love this place. The staff is very welcoming and serve you well. And the dimly lit ambience is what I love for a relaxed meal.

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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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