We ushered in this spring with the Sunday Brunch at Latest Recipe by Le Meridien, Gurgaon. The wonderful live singing and the sunlight swept interiors made for a very relaxed setting. The buffet was booked through Gourmet Passport App and we availed their wonderful Buy 1 Get 1 Deal.
Coffee Home on Kharag Singh Marg is a food outlet run by Delhi Tourism. It is typically a tiffin place for shoppers who come to Rajiv Gandhi Vyapaar Bhawan or Hanuman Mandir across the road. It’s a favorite with many and here’s why…
Beeryani in Greater Kailash II serves biriyani and beer. They have other Indian starters, main course and desserts as well. We recently attended an event for Oleev Active here. Here is how the food went.
Gurgaon is bursting with new eating joints of all varieties. We are kind of tired of Sector 29 and have started looking for other options. Café Sante was recently discovered on one such expedition. We tried their bakery and here’s a headsup.
Food industry is a great leveler. Five stars as well as shacks have equal propensity of making it big. All they have to do is become popular and word of mouth helps enormously to garner fame. We had heard about the popularity of Uncle’s Tom Maggi Point around DU area and decided to check it out.
We are often at a loss to locate a nice bakery. Greater Kailash has a variety of eating options and the bakery Bread & More in Market 1 looked cosy from outside. One Sunday afternoon, we wanted to have a lunch with a difference. Hence we visited Bread & More for a somewhat Continental lunch and coffee.
Many of us in Delhi – Gurgaon region potter down to Haldirams or Bikaners to satisfy our cravings for Indian snacks like chaat. Traditionally chaat has been street food, something Delhi is famous for all over the country. There are still some chaat stalls on Delhi stalls that have stood the test of time. Prabhu Chaatwala is one such chaat vendor that make even our parents nostalgic.