Monsoon is finally here. Everybody has his own style of enjoying this short stretch of heavenly weather every year. Informal, a café at Janpath has introduced Monsoon Specials. Informal is an outlet by the guys who own Imperfecto. Given our great experience at Imperfecto, we decided to visit Informal and try their offerings of Monsoon.
We have visited Junkyard Café at the Rajouri outlet. They have recently opened an outlet in the snazzy malls area at Saket. It’s a corner plot on the ground floor of Southern Park Mall. Hunting around for the place for a bit, we found this place last Saturday afternoon. Read on for what is junk and what is treasure here.
It is debatable whether beer qualifies as alcoholic beverage. But there are very few substitutes that provide satisfaction on a muggy summer day. We recently came across a new brand – Whitlinger beer. We tried their wheat ale – all chilled – and are happy to blog about the experience 🙂
It’s a matter of time that Shahpur Jat gets a new identity. Known to be a designer garment centre, this place is emerging as a food hub as well. We have visited a few eateries in this area in the recent past and have been most impressed. Last week we tried the food delivery service Boom Foods that operates out of Shahpur Jat and have one more from this area in our kitty.
West Delhi deserves way more discussion in the food circles. Whenever we discover a prospect in West Delhi, we are all excited to try that out and put up a review. London Street Kitchen is a food delivery service operating out of Rajinder Nagar. With the hope that they would bloom into a full restaurant some day soon, we decided to try their food delivery.
In today’s day and age of food drama – smoke – foam – molecules etc. that are fed in the name of food, it is good to find a place in the everchanging Delhi NCR that has stood the test of time. Triveni Terrace Café has been in business since 70 – 80 years and looks like a haven in the heart of Delhi. We had some friends over and came here for an early meal. Old style as this place may be, please read our account.
Thai cuisine is a combination of flavours, colors, aroma and texture. While Thai food can get spicy, the heat is very different and milder than Indian food. Given the abundance of raw / fresh ingredients in this cuisine, Thai food is easy to digest and is very suitable for the ongoing crazy days of super high temperature. J W Marriot at Aerocity near the airport is holding a Bangkok Food Festival. We visited this event last weekend to taste some Thai food.