A burger to cure your hangover at TGI Friday’s

In a line: TGI Fridays celebrates some delicious entrants in its menu! Cuisine: American, Cafe Price for two: Rs. 1500(approx) Location: Across all outlets Must haves: Kung pao chicken wings, Hangover burger, whole lotta chocolate franken shake Hunger. It does not see the time, is unpredictable and can easily get the better of you. But…

Dish from the land of the warriors | Recipe: Lal Maas

Land of the warriors, Rajasthan is known for its majestic forts and rich cultural heritage. While a large part of the state has people who prefer vegetarian delicacies, Rajasthan also has some great non-vegetarian dishes to offer. And the first Rajasthani dish that would come in mind of any meat lover is the fiery lal…

What NOT to miss at Asian Hawkers Market..

Asian Hawkers Market, a unique and one of it’s kind al fresco food festival is back in Select City Walk to lure us to dig into some delicious Asian delicacies. Luckily Delhi has a great variety of Pan-Asian options and this festival brings the best of Chinese, Thai, Japanese and South-East Asian food under one…

E-YUM: Because hunger can strike anytime!

Ordering-in has become a daily routine for the people of Gurgaon and this can be testified with the fact that we see a number of delivery options popping in and trying to match the requirements of the white-collar population which is always in a rush.

Shraman: Relish some saatvik delicacies

If you’re a vegetarian and one that abstains from eating onion and garlic or if you’re a hard core non-vegetarian who becomes a vegetarian on special occasions like navratras and Tuesdays, then Shraman, a pure vegetarian restaurant which is located in The Ashok Hotel, is the place for you to come to fulfill your cravings for some delicious vegetarian delicacies. Serving satvik food to it’s patrons, the menu offers a mix of jain specials along with Gujrati, Rajasthani and North Indian to ensure that no palate goes unsatisfied.

China Garden: Reinforcing authenticity

Next to our all time favourite Indian and Mughlai cuisine, stands tall with grace, the fresh, aromatic, flavourful and healthy Chinese food. A cuisine that is so versatile that we have actually come up with a completely different version of it, our desi Chinese. I think it’s the versatility of this cuisine that makes it so popular amongst us and hence, we have street vendors and vans, selling some lip smacking and spicy Chinese dishes.

Leaping Caravan- Bringing forth the lost glory of Indian cuisine

In a line– Bringing authentic and delicious food across the GT road to your doorstep. Cuisine– North Indian, Pakistani, Awadh Meal for two– Rs. 800(approx) Must haves- Butter chicken, Punjabi mutton curry. The culinary world has introduced a lot of new cuisines to our palate or has changed the presentation, twisted the ingredients and come…