Witlinger recently held a fun event at FLYP@MTV CAFE. We are fans of Witlinger beer as well as FLYP@MTV CAFE. We are happy to have been invited at the event and caught up with friends.
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.
KFC is one of the most popular fast food chains around the world. It has found a lot of favour with Indian diners as well. We are regulars at the KFC outlet at Lajpat Nagar. Here is how it normally goes.
Moon of Taj is a Taiwanese confectionery shop at Lajpat Nagar. Given our obsession with mithai we welcome this new addition in Delhi’s dessert scene. To cater to Indian sentiments, most or their desserts are eggless. We were recently invited for a review session and tried a lot of the fare.
We were invited to try out vrat thali at Punjab Grill. The outlet of Punjab Grill we chose was located on the third floor of Select Citywalk Mall in Saket. This was a fixed platter with a host of items and a holy burp is inevitable after the heavy meal.
Navratri is an auspicious Hindu festival dedicated to Goddess Durga. Various restaurants across Delhi-NCR revamp their menus and make delicious vegetarian additions to cater to the appetite of food enthusiasts during the nine-day Navratri festival. Here’s our list of some of the most interesting ones…
THE G T ROAD, a restaurant on Connaught Place has brought forth cuisine from the 2600 km stretch of this historical highway. Its a kabab – main course – dessert format. We were recently invited to try this place and read on for our review.