This month The Oberoi, Bengaluru is celebrating their 25th Anniversary – 25 glorious years of luxury hospitality in the city! And to commemorate this special year, the culinary team has curated a menu that reflects on the finest dishes served in the property over the last two and half decades. The spread includes dishes from …
Nasi and Mee
Last Saturday, Saina invited Soham and me over for a breakfast at Nasi & Mee. The breakfast is a relatively new addition, and is served only on weekends. It was a while since I’ve visited Nasi during the day time, and I was quite happy to see everything looked same as before. People were slowly …
We were invited to Edo for a tasting of Shojin Ryori  – Buddhist religious food that is eaten at temples. It is a vegetarian meal based on the principle of ahimsa. This is eaten at monasteries primarily by the resident monks. Even believers eat this, and there are restaurants in temple premises in Kyoto, Japan …
A few of us were invited to Esplanade for the Hilsa Festival last week. Hilsa fish – or Ilish maach is the most delicious, and definitely the most popular fish known to Bengalis. And well, since we are effectively subject matter experts in all things fish, you could take our word for it. Ilish is …
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, …
I am not much of a crawler. More of a hopper really. But when we heard the fun folks from FBAI were visiting Bangalore, and were geared for a pub crawl, I jumped straight on board. The concept was to actually experience 3 types of alcoholic drinks across 3 pubs in Indiranagar, watch the mixologists …
Siam Trading Company
What used to be One Night in Bangkok has now become Siam Trading Company and Ruth curated a special tasting menu that she invited us over to try one weekend. It’s a cozy place that continues to have the long bar, and has a glass roof in one section, allowing for natural light to brighten …
Café Felix
We made it to Café Felix just the day before the Highway liquor ban was imposed on MG Road. Built at the space that used to be Blimey at 1 MG Mall, Café Felix has a fresh new urban vibe. There is a great view from the life-sized windows. The multi-level cafe balances a blend …
Safe to say I hadn’t seen a place like this in the city when Mamagoto opened up in Bangalore back in 2014. The uniqueness starts with its amazing interiors comprising of vibrant and fun asian art. The bright yellow door ushers you in, and while it does seem like a back-door entrance, you’ll be in …
‘Culinary Trails by Taj’ is a unique dining concept that takes the signature flavors from some of the most popular Taj restaurants to different parts of the country. And that’s what brought the award winning Varq, from Taj Mahal Hotel, New Delhi to our city. Varq is known for classic Indian food recreated for the …
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