Category : India

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Conrad
I love how there is a lot of different things are being done in buffets and brunches. It is no longer just an all-you-can-eat concept, but slowly exclusive curated spreads of culinary delicacies is making the world of difference. A couple of weeks back, we were invited for a Sunday Brunch at Conrad Bengaluru. The …
Kebabs and Kurries launches a delectable menu that bring together ancient culinary traditions and authentic style of cooking – designed for the discerning gourmet. This menu has a wonderful selection of ITC’s signature Indian dishes, continuing some of the classics while featuring exclusive add-ons that include Nadru ki Chaamp, Jhinga Hara Masala, Gilawat ke Kebab …
We have visited Kava quite a few times since it opened up. Well mainly because of the proximity. Not just near the IT hub, Courtyard and Fairfield by Marriott are pretty much smack in the middle of it. So, getting to the hotels is quite convenient for those in the area. Kava is the restaurant …
The Tamara Coorg
Last weekend, we were invited for a experiential at a luxury resort – The Tamara Coorg. They were launching a flavor fest, and the menu was curated by Chef Abhijit Saha and his team. The weather forecast was rainy, and it had been while that I had visited Coorg in the rains. Excited and eager, …
ITC Kohenur
Nestled in the heart of Hyderabad’s new business district is ITC Hotel’s latest property called ITC Kohenur. Overlooking the secret lake of the city, Durgam Cheruvu – this sprawling new property draws inspiration from the famed diamond ‘Koh-i-noor’. As we walked in, the crystal glass façade of the lobby, opulence surrounds everything about the place. …
Last month, I finally got a weekend away from the hustle bustle of the city. Our destination was chosen – a place I’ve been meaning to go for a long time – Kabini. Lately lot of our spontaneous trips were getting shelved due to logistical challenges. But not this time. Picked a place to stay, …
Plantation Trails
This is officially a super late post featuring Plantation Trails by Tata Coffee. But for those of you who know what I have been up to in the last few months, also know why this is late. So I will just get on with it. The pre-curser to this article is here where I have …
Our itinerary from Guwahati, where we landed, was fairly simple. Our aim was to reach Tawang. A tiny district in Arunachal Pradesh with a population of less than 50,000 people – this part of India has been claimed by China over the last few decades. And we couldn’t get to Tawang directly, so there were …
Meghalaya
Our trip was a simple plan. Tapash and I were going to Calcutta – mainly to eat Biryani. Yes, I am serious. We thought it would be fun to do a short trip from there. Initially it was going to be Nagaland for the Hornbill, but our holiday plan was making us miss the best …
Yes, this post is coming very late. Udaipur was the last stop on our trip in Rajasthan. We traveled from Jodhpur by road, and visited the gorgeous Ranakpur Jain Temple, and then reached Udaipur. The city is known for its lakes and palaces, and even in pictures has an undeniable romance. The weather was perfect, …
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