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Category : Food

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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 …
The Whitefield Bar and Grill (WBG) is Bengaluru Marriott’s best kept secret. It’s this beautiful hideaway alfresco restaurant by the pool side that does great burgers and steaks. They have won several restaurant competitions like World on a Plate and have also consistently been in the top restaurants of Bangalore on TripAdvisor. What they do …
Mahjong Room
Mahjong Room is a Chinese restaurant, a lovely hideaway at WelcomHotel Bangalore by ITC. The place opened up around April, and the menu covers various the various regions and sub-cuisines from the country. And this week Mahjong Room is hosting Chinese Master Chef Yuanzhong Jia from Shanghai Club, ITC Grand Central, Mumbai for a pop …
“Nothing beats getting a good customer reaction to a new culinary creation.” – says Chef Roxanne Lange, visiting Bangalore for a pop up at Alba in JW Marriott. She is the Chef de Cuisine at The Reflexions, a restaurant in The Athenee Hotel in Bangkok, specializing in modern French cuisine. The restaurant stands at a …
Earlier this month, The Oberoi Bengaluru hosted a beautiful dinner celebrating the power of women, on the eve of International Women’s Day. The dinner presented in association with La Cave and Penfolds – was a 7-course meal curated by Chef Nimisha and paired with some truly fine vintages. We started the evening at The Polo …
The Bombay Canteen
To start with, let me tell you that my meal at The Bombay Canteen has been one of the most memorable in recent times. We were in Mumbai briefly this January and had heard so much about TBC – that a meal there was long due. Radhika and La Toyah were kind enough to have …
La Cave
I first came across La Cave when I attended The Fine Wine Affair at The Oberoi, Bengaluru. La Cave had brought down 100 premium labels across 8 countries with industry experts. And we were privileged to be a part of that event, tasting new and old world wines, speaking to wine makers and meeting Madhulika Bhattacharya …
ITC Gardenia
Tapash and I have always loved Sunday brunches. I am a late riser so breakfast outside is pretty much a nonevent for us. That leaves brunches – get togethers at a friends’ place, music, lots of food, some bubbly and cocktails, conversations – something that could last till the sun downer at times. It is …
Sotally Tober
First blog post of 2019, and it’s about a place that I visited just before the new year. The second chapter of Sotally Tober quite literally took a page from its predecessor. Imagine you walked into Wonderland and had one of those ‘Drink Me’ potions that shrunk you down. And then, you look up at …
The Oberoi, Bangalore had brought Rivaayat-e-Patiala by Chef Parvinder Singh Bali to Bangalore – that saw an amazing repertoire of recipes rediscovered – rare, different, rustic yet essentially Punjabi fare. The menu featured culinary gems of Patiala – found in a book, well manuscript of sorts – that Chef Bali received from the Royal Family …
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