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Category : Food

294 posts

Raffaele's
Tucked away in the club corner of NGV is a brand-new pizzeria called Raffaele’s Ristorante Pizzeria. Quirky newspaper menu, cafe décor and a quiet place – were our first impression. We started off with stuffed garlic bread and Caramelt shake. The garlic bread was freshly made and had fillings of caramelized onions and fresh mozzarella. …
Kappa Chakka Kandhari
When Kappa Chakka Kandhari opened in Bangalore, there was a sudden flurry in the city’s foodscape. There was suddenly a new standard of regional food bringing the culinary gems of Kerala cuisine. The cuisine of any region comprises of local food, home food, street food, recipes that various sub cultural sects in the region and …
Lapis
Last month saw the much-awaited launch of Lapis in The Oberoi Bengaluru. Lapis is the all-day restaurant, opened up in place of Le Jardin. True to its name, Lapis has a rich and deep blue interior, with three striking pillars – creating an indoor sky affect. The windows from Le Jardin overlooking the lawns have …
Dofu
This week we got to check out a new place in Indiranagar called Dofu, that brings an innovative take on Chinese cuisine. Dofu brings ‘Chūka’ food, which is Chinese origin dishes served in Japan, that evolved in a culinary journey of their own. Similarly, Chinese food in Korea is a hybrid cuisine developed by the …
Dum Pukht
Dum Pukht Jolly Nabobs at ITC Windsor brings recipes that showcase an amalgamation of Awadhi cuisine with Anglo fare. The décor of the restaurant combines the art of Indian fine dining, and unmistakable vintage charm. Tapash and I were recently in Dum Pukht, our favourite restaurant in the city. Various ITC Hotels across in India …
Royal Afghan
The North West frontier cuisine is brought to Bangalore by Royal Afghan, a lovely poolside barbeque restaurant in ITC Windsor. The restaurant opened up in 1982, primarily served dinner, and recently opened up for lunch over the weekends. PR Manager Shruti and Executive Chef Akshraj Jodha invited us over for a meal, and hosted us. …
Serai Chikmagalur
This second part of my blog post on The Serai Chikmagalur will speak about the F&B experience at the resort. For a highlight of the resort and activities in and around The Serai, click here for the first part of my blog. During our stay, we had in room dining, picnic lunch, Oriental meal, buffet …
Four Seasons
A couple of weeks back Four Seasons hosted a specially curated dinner ‘A Golden Flight of Brilliance’ paired with single malts from Paul John whisky. The venue for the event was The Collective – the lobby bar, overlooking the beautiful pool. The menu looked scrumptious, we reached late, dove straight in to the food. We …
Go Native
It was my first visit to Go Native this weekend, thanks to Manjuu. The café restaurant is housed along with one of their co brands The Purple Turtles – one of my favourite places for lighting. The building itself is beautifully and tastefully done, with art pieces, antiques, lighting options and a lot more. It’s …
France
Travellers in search of gastronomical delights should look no further than France if they want to satisfy their cravings for gourmet delicacies and rustic nibbles. France is the ideal destination for anyone who loves to experience travel through their stomach! Of course, everyone has heard of french fries, frogs, croissants and snails, but what else …
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