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Dining with the Maharajas at Dilli 32

As much as I love attending food festivals across various hotels in Delhi, I simply love the ones that are done at Leela Ambience Convention Hotel. They are simply the best at the food festivals on offer in Delhi, and are not to be missed at all!

The latest in their offering is the ‘Dining with the Maharajas’ series where you will get a taste of royalty from all parts of India right in your city. The first pit stop on the ‘Dining with the Maharajas’ journey is Mahmoodabad, situated in the heart of the holy city of Sitapur. To bring out the authentic flavors of each dish, Chef de Cuisine Ashwani Kumar Singh himself travelled to the city to learn the art of recreating the royal dishes.

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Say cheese!

Hey everyone!

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

Helloooo people!

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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