Delhi’s landmark eatery Moets has come up with a new pan-asian restaurant right next to the original Moets in Defence Colony. We went down for a tasting a few days back. Read on for the deets!
I’m back with a food review today (and a few more in the days to come!). Some time back, we went down to QLA at the swanky and stylish Seven Style Mile at Mehrauli, Delhi. An avant-garde European fine dining restaurant, QLA sure has a lot of delightful dishes up their sleeve. Read on for the full review!
Dimsums are the real craze amongst Delhiites right now. I clearly remember my first encounter with dimsums, or momos, as they are popularly called, a few years back. A very dear friend introduced me to these street-food variants of dimsums, at a popular vendor’s stall in Lajpat Nagar market. The succulent, steamed, refined flour rounds stuffed with chicken/ veggies with onions, garlic etc., served with what was the spiciest chutney I’d had till that day made my insides burn with all the heat and the chili, even though I’m someone who enjoys spicy food. That was then! With the passage of time, I developed a strong liking for momos/ dimsums, and tried a lot of variants- from street-side momos to dimsums at fine dining restaurants. Recently, I tried out the Dimsum Trail at Yauatcha.. Read on for the review!
They say sea-food is an acquired taste. I’m not sure who ‘they’ are, but the saying is mostly true. You either love sea food, or you don’t. And even if you love sea food, you may not relish every dish on offer. Some varieties of sea-food need careful understanding and dedication on one’s part to be able to enjoy them. Kylin Experience at Holiday Inn, Mayur Vihar is currently running a sea-food promotion/ festival for you to savour some interesting sea-food dishes. Read on below for a quick take on the limited-edition sea-food menu 🙂
There’s a lot happening in the Delhi food scene these days, and every other day, we see a new restaurant opening up, challenging us foodies to go compulsarily there and try out what’s on offer. The latest kid on the block is Chi Asian Cookhouse at Janpath, Delhi. Read on to know our take on this one 😉
“Thairo! Yeh shaadi nahi ho sakti!”
-The quintessential bollywood dialogue from the 80’s and 90’s, with the bollywood Moms/Dads/ex-girlfriends always protesting at a wedding, last minute, just as the wedding ceremony was about to commence!
That’s Bollywood for you, ladies & gentlemen!
A few weeks back, I, along with a bunch of other food bloggers from Delhi, was invited for an exclusive pre-launch food event at Open House, CP (Connaught Place, Delhi). The restaurant has since opened for public, and even though delayed, here’s my review on this new restaurant by Priyank Sukhija- Delhi’s biggest restaurateur.
PS: This below is the view from one side of the restaurant. I am anyways always in awe of this huge Indian National Flag in Central Park, CP. Just looking at it fills my hear with oodles of pride and joy, and having it right at eye level while I was having my food was an amazing experience!
The iconic milkshake brand- Keventers, recently opened it’s new store at Select Citywalk, Delhi. I have so many memories attached to the brand Keventer’s since childhood- from their glass bottles to the long queues in front of their store, from their pineapple shake to the cassatta, everything has a sweet memory attached to it!
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!
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.