In our endeavor to try out new places in Delhi NCR, we pretty much stop at any cafe that looks interesting. Mysore Cafe – a pocket friendly, vegetarian restaurant near Rashtrapati Bhawan is our discovery of the week.
The Feast House in Karol bagh area would not have been known to us but for this voucher that we had got. It is a multi cuisine cafe serving snacks, bakery, pastas, mocktails and beverages. But how do they stand out?
Dhaba Estd 1986, the erstwhile Dhaba by Claridges, has launched a new winter menu this season. We were at CyberHub and decided to try desi desserts at Dhaba. We decided a couple of items from their dessert range. Read on for our experience.
We had vouchers from The Beer Cafe, Cyberhub outlet. Three of us visited Beer Cafe here with three vouchers and had a harrowing experience. These people do not wish to honour their vouchers or treat guests hospitably. Can’t think of a worse cafe in Delhi NCR.
We were holding The Hong Kong Club review for the new year so that we could start with something nice. The Hong Kong Club is part of the luxury hotel Andaz in Aerocity New Delhi and is a venture by Hyatt hotels. It is a sought after venue for luxury events like celebrity parties and Page3 events. We were curious to know what made this place such an obvious choice for fine dining and indulgent evenings.
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.
Posh localities already have food trucks parked regularly in the area. Others are however still opening up to it and the Delhi Food Truck Festival aimed at promoting the concept. We are up for any new experience – be it food or mode of dispensation. Hence we spent a Fun-Do evening at the 2nd edition of Delhi Food Truck Festival at Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium.
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.
ISKCON Food Relief Foundation at Palwal, Haryana, serves free mid-day meals to thousands of children in the local schools. The food is prepared in a factory like kitchen that ensures that the items are not touched by hand till it reaches the plates of the students. We were invited to have a look around at the mega kitchen and see the grand process for ourselves. We can’t quite believe what we saw but am trying our best to put it in writing.