Just when you tell yourself it has no more surprises up its eat-street, Delhi directs your smugness towards yet another delish delight. This time, it was an unpretentious kiosk parked on a sidewalk near the Sundar Nagar Market, that simply called itself Kamal’s.
By which, I mean Delhi. Bringing in its wake sharp focus back on to Connaught Place, largely neglected over the past few years due to the mall-swell across the National Capital Region. Long-time home to stalwarts such as Wengers, Keventers and Bercos, to name but a few, CP (as it will always be) was once the undisputed cynosure of the foodie world.
If wine, food and song is your idea of a fulfilling night-out, consider a visit to Oregano, the dinner-only Italian restaurant at the JW Marriot, Chandigarh. My last visit there found chef Antonello Concceda in a mood to rustle up some off-menu treats. Continue reading
A communication with a friend currently touring the South brought back memories of my own trip to Mysore last summer. Among many wow moments, ones stands tall; an exploratory visit to the Green Hotel aka Chittaranajan Palace. Continue reading
I can’t really say whether it was the residual flavour of a dream or not but I awoke to the thought of Maddur and smacking my lips. Continue reading
Came across these rather delicious looking flags. Just had to share them with all you foodies out there… Continue reading
A current professional assignment is also serving in enlightening me about all things Punjabi. Continue reading
An all too brief meeting recently, with a dear friend returning to Japan, has left me a little richer in ‘spirit’. Along with lunch and affection, I received from her a hamper of Japanese goodies. Continue reading
For some days now, since my Christmas pudding ran out, I have turned to a 14th century German tradition to accompany my regular caffeine fix. Found in my goodies closet, thanks to a gift-showering aunt (much loved, regardless!) from Nuremburg Continue reading