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Tag : ITC Windsor

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Dum Pukht
Dum Pukht Jolly Nabobs at ITC Windsor brings recipes that showcase an amalgamation of Awadhi cuisine with Anglo fare. The décor of the restaurant combines the art of Indian fine dining, and unmistakable vintage charm. Tapash and I were recently in Dum Pukht, our favourite restaurant in the city. Various ITC Hotels across in India …
Royal Afghan
The North West frontier cuisine is brought to Bangalore by Royal Afghan, a lovely poolside barbeque restaurant in ITC Windsor. The restaurant opened up in 1982, primarily served dinner, and recently opened up for lunch over the weekends. PR Manager Shruti and Executive Chef Akshraj Jodha invited us over for a meal, and hosted us. …
Raj Pavilion in the ITC Windsor is a beautiful and regal restaurant, inspired by the elegant architecture of British greenhouses. A couple of months back, we visited this restaurant to relive the experience of the last meal served on the Titanic, an experience that you can read about here. Under the aegis of Cuisines of …
For me, the fascination with Titanic started like with most people who watched James Cameron enthralling saga in 1997. One that propelled Leonardo Di Caprio to fame, grossed the box offices and took the Academy Awards by a storm. The tragic story of RMS Titanic brought a perspective of a different era to the 90s. …
The second restaurant that we went to for this edition of RWI was Dum Phukt. Located in the ITC Windsor, the entire hotel has a very royal feel to it, and Dum Phukt The Jolly Naboobs is born of elegance and aristocratic class. We reached a tad early, and waited in the patio outside till …
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