Sagar Ratna has revised their menu. Apart from typical south Indian fare, they have included North-Indian dishes along with some outlandish Dosas. We were amused to see dishes like hot garlic dosa, spring roll dosa and chocolate wrap dosa etc. But this is not just another culinary gimmick. It was indeed mouth watering.
Fresc Co, an Italian food restaurant at Janpath, CP had always been very inviting and famous because of its word of mouth publicity. Though its buffets are much discussed, we skipped this and went a la cart. While Fresc Cos’ soups, salads and main course were divine, dessert was just about alright. We’d highly recommend their lime grilled chicken salad.
Outside Paschim Bengal, one of the most recommended Bengali fine dine restaurants is Oh Calcutta. But this place couldn’t live up to our expectations. The Oh Calcutta Biriyani was hardly Calcutta. It was more like a typical Delhi Biriyani (like Nizams, DEEZ etc), loaded with spices and chilli. And that is something any Calcuttan would perhaps swear – Calcutta Biriyani has no mirchi.
Based in Rajouri Garden’s, J Block DDA market which is a cluster of non veg eateries, Bhangra kitchen totally stands out for its extra ordinary food. Seriously tasty and sinful, its a perfect place to chill out and binge with buddies on a weekend evening.
Organised by Delhi Tourism, Diili Ke Pakwan – The street food festival of Delhi looked bigger and better managed this time. Lot of stalls of all kind of street food Delhi is famous for. This festival had something for everyone who is a delhiwalla at heart.
Venue : The Blind School Address: The Blind School, Next to Oberai Hotel, Lodhi Road, New Delhi, India Timings: Starts at 10 am Diwali Fair by Blind School Relief Association is on from October 26 2013 at The Blind School Grounds near Lodhi Road. Handmade chocolates to clothes, home decor to Chinese toys, Handicraft to artificial jewelry, Blind school […]
Chidambaram’s take basic simple South Indian food beyond Masala Dosa and Uttapam by adding items like a Soy Dosa etc. Not for fine dining but nice South Indian, easy on pocket food.