“The proof of a pudding is in its taste” – and this is where Sattviko doesn’t score well. They have concentrated a lot on presentation and plating of dishes and whatever they served looks so appetizing but taste wise there is nothing much to write home about. All beauty no brains.
Blind Relief Association’s Diwali Mela is perhaps the most popular Diwali do in Delhi. The pre-winter pleasant weather that Delhi is experiencing is adding cheer to the event. The goods on sale comprise clothes, ornaments, home décor and Diwali specific stuff like designer diyas, hanging lights, candle stands and Subh Diwali danglers etc.
A couple of bad experiences with Litti Chokha and we wrote off Bihari food completely. We never imagined dishes from Bihar are being served in a dedicated fancy cafe. But one visit to Potbelly Rooftop Cafe and we realised our assumptions were too leaky to hold water. Potbelly is a cool cozy cafe on rooftop of a building in an intriguing Shahpur Jat area that serves some amazing vegetarian Bihari food.