Japanese food is very in, in Delhi NCR. We suddenly want to know more about this cuisine than just sushis and wasabi. Japanes Poke bars are a hit over the world for their taste and health benefits. However, Poke bar in Delhi is difficult to come by. Here is one that we found out for you – Guppy on Lodhi Road.
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.
Citrawarna, or Colours of Malaysia is a festival curated promote and celebrate Malaysia’s arts, culture, heritage and nature. On since some years, the festival is celebrated all across the globe. The Malaysian High Commission, in collaboration with Jom Jom Malay organised Citrawarna this year on Malaysia Day, 16th September, 2017. We were all curiosity when we got an invite.
Dimcha, the dimsum and chai restaurant has an outlet at Epicuria and we were invited for a review session. Ordinarily Asian food is lighter than Indian fare. Given the warm and stuffy weather that we were facing in Delhi NCR, light food was the way to go and we gladly accepted the invite.
Jom Jom Malay in Ansal Plaza is the first Malaysian food restaurant in Delhi NCR. It serves a host of authentic Malaysian dishes in a less sinful avtar. We recommend this place to all our foodie friends.