Andhra Bhawan off Feroze Shah Road is a very popular restaurant and we have heard so much about it. But how much of that praise was true? We wanted to check out for ourselves and landed here for dinner one evening at about 8 ish. Which was a good thing because the place was overflowing with diners soon after and there was a queue outside!
Kerala Hotel at INA Market is an oldie that we wanted to visit for very long. We somehow miss this place but finally we made it for dinner on a weekend evening. It was surprisingly quite full at 8 pm but we tactfully managed a table for two. The rest as they say is history.
Yum Yum Cha is an Asian place with outlets all over Delhi NCR. This place was long pending on our bucket list especially for sushis. But we recently dined at their Khan Market outlet with some friends. The origami figures on the walls took us back to our craft classes during school days.
Social media was recently abuzz with some new change that was in the offing. In fact, many of us were wondering about something #BadalGaya. Well, the #AllNewDominos pizzas are now different and how! Read on with spoiler alert!
DLF Cyberhub that had kicked off as an F&B zone is changing character. The People & Co. here is an entertainment place with a bar and dining facilities. They are known for stand-up acts and more. While we had attended a concert here, this was the first time we visited this place for food.
Nando’s has branched out again and they are now at Punjabi Bagh. The target must be the chicken love for West Delhites. But there is more at Nando’s. Guys, here are some leads.
K3, JW Mariott at Aerocity off NH 8 is always upto new experiments. They are holding an Anglo Indian food festival – Colonial Indulgence. A host of dishes from this style cuisine has been curated by Bridget White Kumar, an expert in this style of cooking. Read on for a tasty account.
Sugar Rush, a dessert festival was recently organised by DLF Mall of India in partnership with Little Black Book. The venue was DLF Mall of India, Noida. There was quite a rush here when we visited but we took our own ‘sweet time’.