In the beginning of February, we headed for a Foodie meet up that was hosted in Hanoi, located in the Phoenix Market City mall. A beautiful place, with very picturesque framed photographs in muted, understated décor. The seating is divided into two sections, smaller tables with low backed chairs, and the conventional half couch booth …
In the last few years, we have seen a lot of new age pubs coming into the scene, making good hang outs with interesting ambiance that are affordable as well. And no longer are the pubs only known for being watering holes; they have broadened their horizons to focus on gastronomic indulgences and even music/stand …
Iguaçu Falls is one of the new 7 wonders of the world, with the longest drop of 82 metres, and a width of almost 3km. During my visit to Sao Paulo, my friends/colleagues were heading to this waterfall, Cataratas (in Portugese), and I was the last minute addition to this plan!
Chef Mahesh, an award winning chef from the Marriott line, handling this restaurant speaks quite fondly of his concept of bringing Indian food into this arena which houses exotic Mediterranean, Italian and Continental cuisines extensively. Right from live counters serving chats, to a wide array of chutneys, separate selections for vegetarian and non vegetarian clientele, earthy pots for serving their courses, Kava is tailor made for the Indian.
A couple of weeks back we headed for the Sunday Brunch at 24@43, an all day, multi cuisine fine dining restaurant at the Crowne Plaza, Electronic City. The venue itself is inside the hotel, in a very large area with varying lighting and seating options. There was the outdoors, thoughtfully covered with glass, allowing ample …
During my trip to Slovenia, I met some wonderful people, learnt about a culture that I had only read in text books, the Baha’I, explored the city in such a different way that I can only wait to go back there again. Thanks Badii, Aleksandra and your very cute kids for your time and hospitability. And Gloria for being such a wonderful and fun companion during my trip.
I had decided places where I have no time to explore, I will eat and try to compensate for lack of being a tourist! And my visit to Jordan’s capital Amman becomes a perfect case study, because I am certain I gorged here more than what I normally would in a MONTH! And my visit …
Amrut Distilleries held a blind whiskey tasting in The Glass House on Lavelle Road. I was invited by a friend, and on 6th December, we headed to TGH. I was really excited about the event, and on reaching the venue, I realized that I was perhaps, the least prepared. Everyone was ready focusing their DSLRs …
I haven’t been this enthusiastic about a place in a long time. Easy to get to, but not so easy to spot, just before the Wipro office on Sarjapur road, in a left street right next to MK Ahmed Retail store, is this interesting getaway restro pub. A huge area, it’s build in, with a …
Myanmar was established as a republic state from their military dictatorship rule as late as 2011. However, it’s geographical location, leading to influences from surrounding nations like China, Indonesia, India, Bangladesh, and erstwhile Burma’s current socio economical stand, attracting business from all over the world, has given its gastronomical standpoint a very global purview. So …
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