The good news for Delhi foodies is that Burma Burma now has an outlet in Delhi – Select City Walk, Saket. Burma Burma serves vegetarian food with a twist. But does the twist work? Does the new outlet live up to the anticipation? We checked all that out recently.
Colonization happened in India in various phases and not all of it was bad. The Portuguese came and occupied many patches across the country such as Chandernagore and Goa. While they developed the printing industry from Chandernagore, they did amazing things to Goa for which we will remain forever grateful 🙂 Lady Baga is a Goan themed resto-bar at Connaught Place that is coming up with a Portuguese menu. Don’t we like that? Read on.
Subway says that you can have your sandwich made as per your preference – your health choice – your taste bud. But then sometimes the staff at Subway do not believe they need to ask the customer and does whatever suits them. We recently had a bad taste at this relatively new Subway at CP. Much to our surprise
An important aspect of travel is to try the local cuisine. But in an alien city, how to find a place that serves authentic regional food in a pleasant, clean ambiance and at reasonable prices? No wonder, a traveler is often baffled. We are making it easy for our Delhi-Fun-Dos readers. We recently visited “Sudipar Rannaghar”, a restaurant serving Bengali food in Kolkata and here is our account.
Navratri – the auspicious nine days of worship and austerity have become a big thing in Delhi and various brands have Navratri deals, discounts and what not. Similarly restaurants and cafes are also bringing to diners new varieties of food specially curated for navratri fasts. This time we tried navratra menu at Punjab Grill Tappa at DLF Cyberhub Gurgaon and here is a curtain raiser.
Defence Colony Market is a hub of great eating places. These days the parking scene is also sorted. We recently went there for desserts and tried Honey & Dough. The place exuded good vibes and we saw a steady flow of customers both walk-in and the returning variety.
Andhra Bhawan off Feroze Shah Road is a very popular restaurant and we have heard so much about it. But how much of that praise was true? We wanted to check out for ourselves and landed here for dinner one evening at about 8 ish. Which was a good thing because the place was overflowing with diners soon after and there was a queue outside!
Kerala Hotel at INA Market is an oldie that we wanted to visit for very long. We somehow miss this place but finally we made it for dinner on a weekend evening. It was surprisingly quite full at 8 pm but we tactfully managed a table for two. The rest as they say is history.