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.
Wah Ji Wah has been a mixed experience for us. They have several outlets across NCR and at times we have been disappointed. During a recent late night dinner pang, we had little choice but to walk in to Wah Ji Wah, one of the very few outlets open in the area. We are so glad we did.
INOX has launched a range of Nachos, ready to eat pop corns and chips under the brand name MUCHOS. We recently tried their 9 flavors and are extremely pleased with the taste and quality. They have also introduced party packs that can be a unique Diwali gift.
For most Indians, a meal means Indian food. Roti – Dal – Naan – Rice etc. While there is no dearth of restaurants that serve Indian food, surprisingly, quality eating options are difficult to find. In our search for such eating options that is somewhere in between local food joints and five star restaurants, we came across Indian Grill Room. Not once but twice.
Given the central location and the daily footfall, Connaught Place has been very sought after for the hospitality industry. However, of late, given the sprouting of restaurants, one on top of the others, this area is a food hub. We came visiting CP for work or hanging out. Recently we visited the restaurant 38 Barracks with f&b on our minds.
Sometimes what one looks for is fuss free eating. Post visiting Sharbat and Ayurveda Mela at Dilli Haat Pitampura, we were looking for such a place that did not involve a lot of drive or parking feat. Gulabwala at Pitampura was just the place.
Of late, Delhi has awesome weather and one wants to be outdoor even during the day. This makes us adventurous and experimental and try out new places for Saturday lunch. We had decided to watch a documentary at India Habitat Centre last Saturday evening. Therefore, we chose Ping’s Café Orient, that is walkable from IHC, as our lunch venue.