Wok to Walk is an international chain of restaurants serving Asian food. Originally from Netherlands, they have restaurants in Africa, Europe, America and Asia. Wok to Walk has opened their first two Indian outlets in Delhi and here is our first hand early bird report.
This is rare. It was two firsts for us. A) Being “tea-totallers: we were keen to try the new Chaayos outlet at Connaught Place. B) Chaayos keeps tweaking their menu as per the season. The new winter menu was just launched and we were invited to try that.
We wanted a break from the heavy duty Indian food that we were eating all around us given the festival and the wedding season. And yet wasn’t upbeat about surviving on raws and boils in this lovely weather. In such circumstance, Honk at Pullman came up with a Thai food festival just in time.
K3, JW Mariott at Aerocity has ushered in the winter their way – with a Winter Brunch menu. Living up to the falling leaves – the chilly air – the lovely sunshine on a Sunday morning, we spent a leisurely afternoon at K3, JW Mariott, Aerocity over a brunch. It took us about two hours to only taste select sections of it.
Delhi – the city of ‘parathe wali gali’, the place of ‘chandani chowk ki chaat’ can make your mouth water with the North Indian cuisines and the flavours of Punjab. Changing times have brought the world closer and we definitely have the option to order food online in Delhi and elsewhere too.
DLF5, the new luxury address on Golf Course Road, Gurgaon, did something really cool. In line with the early winter chill, they organised a series of cultural events that if anything upped every spirit attending the event. The programs were as well-lit as they can get – literally and figuratively – what with Muzaffar and Meera Ali and Muzaffar’s son Murad playing prominent roles.
The 37th India International Trade Fair (IITF) 2017 is on in full swing. Businesses use this platform to launch new ideas among the consumers. Leonardo Olive Oi has set up a consumer experience zone at Trade Fair Pragati Maidan. They are here to push some myths away and clear our understanding about using olive oil for Indian cooking.
TGI Fridays has a host of branches in Delhi NCR and has been our go-to place for protein cravings. They are among the first to get Tex-Mex inspired cuisine in India. Last Friday dinner was at TGI Fridays/ DLF Place Mall/ Saket and here is our review. We intend to visit and write about the other branches of this iconic chain in Delhi NCR real soon.