Category : Food Festival

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Equinox is the lounge bar at Double Tree Suites by Hilton. Being near my workplace, I am a reasonably frequent visitor to the property. Equinox is nice to sit and unwind in. It’s got a classy yet dim interior, keeping the place casual yet cozy. This is a popular property for long duration stays, given …
Right about the time India celebrates its various avatars of Sangkranti, Thailand celebrates Songkran. Songkran is a harvest festival marking the beginning of the traditional Thai New Year. And as is the case with most festivals, feasts come as a synonymous part of the celebrations. We were invited to Rim Naam, at The Oberoi Bengaluru …
Last year November saw the launch of 1Q1 a restaurant, bar and nightlife venue – all set to make an indelible mark in Bangalore. The menu promised some authentic Asian cuisine and spirited cocktails in the bustling CBD area. The sprawling property in the ground floor of the Indian Express building, and the Art Deco …
Cubbon Pavilion
Cubbon Pavilion, in ITC Gardenia, has perhaps the most splendid buffet line up in the city. The large spread includes a staggering set of appetizers and mains from the far east, Indian, western and Mediterranean. And the dessert selection is overwhelming in just the lineup it presents – covering gateaux and pies, various Indian sweets …
JW Marriott
JW Marriott’s Alba is one of our favorite haunts for good Italian food in the city. The beautiful interiors, amazing collection of wines and impeccable service – have been consistent in this restaurant of JW Marriott for the past years. We have enjoyed their brunches overlooking Cubbon Park, various chef tastings and more. And the …
Shizusan has a special promo of world inspired bao across their outlets in Bangalore, Pune and Mumbai called The Traveling Bao Festival. And that was a pretext I used to start a journey Phoenix Market City bound on a Satuday. And it will feel more like a journey as you near Whitefield, with the usual …
Ritz Carlton Bangalore is hosting a series of food festivals around the culinary vibrant cuisines of Indonesia. Indonesian food has seen influence from various surrounding nations, as well as through explorations from Spanish, British, Dutch and more. And this has evolved through time in their regional cuisine – as a gentle balance of spices and …
No one goes to a bar on a Friday afternoon? Well it’s their loss. Monkey Bar Kolkata, on Camac Street is a gorgeous place to hang out and unwind. Large life size windows with the amazing view of the best the city offers, nicely lit up, subtle décor and a sweet little rooftop section was …
Eat.Fit
We eat out a lot. That’s pretty much a given when you’re a food enthusiast and blogger. Even when we do cook at home, we make good old Bengali and Odia dishes – generous with the mustard oil, masalas and the works. And healthy food has always had a boring notion, if you know what …
Le Jardin
Hey everyone – how’s it going? I am in Amsterdam! A slightly sudden trip, but a welcome surprise. You’re going to get a lot of updates soon. But first things first. Chef Sweety Singh is in our city, and brings an authentic culinary experience from Punjab at The Oberoi, Bangalore. We were graciously invited by …
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