The Grub Fest, apparently India’s biggest food festival, came back to Delhi NCR once again this 14th – 19th March at JLN Stadium. To keep Delhites well fed and entertained, the festival brought together some of the most popular restaurants offering their signature drinks and dishes over some music, dance, games and contests. Our favorite beer brand Witlinger was the official Pouring Partner of The Grub Fest. Grub Fest keeps coming back and we would recommend this event to anyone looking for good times
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…
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.
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.
Modi Naturals Ltd. has launched a new variety of cooking oil -Oleev Active. Olive oil and rice bran oil are the healthiest cooking options today and Oleev Active is a unique blend of these two types of wonder oil. We recently attended an event where we got an introduction to this cooking medium and tasted great stuff made with this. We have become fans!
YOLO 21 is another popular cafe near Delhi University’s North Campus. We visited recently for some quick bites with a friend. Was it as impressive as Ricos and Hudson Cafe in the neighborhood? Read on to know more.