Boho
In recent times, there has been a multitude of new places in town, and I am honestly losing track! But a new party haunt that preceded my visit by its reputation was Boho. Friends spoke highly of the place, some were yet to be granted access, others swore by the party scene that’s suddenly taken over …
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 …
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 …
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 …
Dhaba - Estd 1986 Delhi
We had our pre New Years’ eve gathering at the newly opened Marathahalli outlet of Dhaba Estd 1986 Delhi last week. The place was done up with bright interiors, very peppy and true to it’s theme. We were seated across from the very nice looking bar, quite a tantalizing view considering we were saving the …
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 …
Fatty Bao Kolkata
One of our favorite places opens up in my home town Kolkata. The Fatty Bao is a part of the Olive group, that has some of the most popular restaurants. This is Fatty’s seventh outpost in India, after Bangalore, Delhi and Mumbai, and the space it opened up in is a prime location and offers …
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 …
Kādu
Last week we attended the launch of Kādu – a winery in Karnataka by Sula Vineyards at Taj West End. The name Kādu is taken from the Kannada word that means ‘wild’. Kādu is India’s first wine devoted to the cause of tiger conservation. At the unveiling, there were four wines launched – two whites, a …
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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