The Grand Trunk culinary journey at Dilli 32 at The Leela Ambience Delhi Convention Hotel has now reached it’s final pit stop-Kolkata, after serving us with the cuisines of Delhi, Amritsar and Banaras. Read on for our take on this one!
Tag: food blog
The flavor and fragrance of Indian dishes have driven the world crazy. Very few can resist for long from taking a dive into the world of ingredient-rich and spice-packed Indian dishes. It’s the unique essence of panchphoran and dhanak masala that gives Indian spices its mouth-watering flavor. But, are all Indian dishes only about being oily and spicy? It might come as a surprise to many, that several traditional Indian dishes are actually prepared with very healthy ingredients.
Without much banter, I am going to review an app which has been such a saviour for me for the past few months- the Faasos food app. Whenever I’m hungry in office, and am not carrying lunch from home, typically once a week, I quickly log in to the app on my phone, mostly order a wrap/ roll and wait for my order. Happens every week!
There’s nothing more romantic than Delhi Monsoon! Well, if you can ignore the waterlogging and bad roads, that is!
But jokes apart, monsoon needs to be enjoyed while it lasts! One of the best ways to do that is to eat! 😛
Today we got you the review of the hottest new property in town- Niche lounge and bistro in Connaught Place, Delhi. I had been eagerly waiting to visit this new place, and here’s what we thought of it..
Theme based restaurants have now become a norm in Delhi. Even though everywhere you go, you see a new theme restaurant, but the curious me still gets very excited with a new theme restaurant in town. A few days back, we visited Junkyard Cafe in Connaught Place, and here’s what we thought of it!
Get ready for some royal treat coming your way!
“For the revival of Maharaja Ranjit Singh Era , Jaypee Siddharth launches Royal Table at Paatra.
I’m back with this month’s foodiemusings, the monthly food edition, and all that I’ve been gorging on these past few days. Well, this month saw Diwali come and go, and this time I practised quite a lot of restraint with sweets 😐
Anyhoo, let’s start with my favorite favorite dish ever! I loveeeee the Afghani Cream Chicken at Laziz Kabab, Khan Market, Delhi. This dish, along with roomali rotis, is my comfort food. Good mood, bad mood, happiness, sadness, come what may- take me to Laziz Kabab and nobody gets hurt! I just love this dish to death! It is basically Afghani tandoori chicken (which you can eat separately too) to which some Amul cream is added and it is cooked lightly. The end result is gooey, creamy, succulent chicken floating in cream gravy. The cream, in the end, isn’t as heavy as you must be assuming right now. You have to try this out to know what you are missing! And you will get addicted!
The restaurant is quite small with limited seating (if you are going there alone, you can share a table too). They have nice biryani, kababs and rolls, etc. too, but cream chicken is my favorite!
Best had with roomali rotis and some Maaza (that’s how I like it!).
Monsoons are finally, hopefully here in Delhi now. It rained cats and dogs here today. And when it rains, the first thing we think of is spicy, fried food! Being the total foodie that I am, the first thing that I like to do the moment it rains is to run to the kitchen, make some french fries or fritters, make tea/ coffee for everyone and sit by the window-side with a book in hand!