IHOP, the iconic American food chain is foraying in India and opening its first restaurant in Cyberhub. To create a buzz, a media meet for mainstream publications and select bloggers was held at the venue. This was followed by lunch that gave a glimpse of the IHOP experience.
Sharbat and Itra Mela is being held at Dilli Haat INA Market. It is on only this weekend – 19th – 21st May, 2017. Given the parching weather, we headed to this event to quench our thirst for a cool summer.
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.
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.
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.
Parathas are a breakfast item in many households in Delhi NCR. The humble parantha has now moved up and has made its way to the chef’s tables in various commercial outlets. The epic movement of this bread is poignantly marked with a dedicated restaurant “Prantha Junction” at the posh Meherchand Market off Lodhi Road.
Southy, a South Indian quick service food joint has branches all over Delhi NCR. They have a smallish outlet beside PVR Saket. We had an early dinner before watching our movie. The dinner was decent and all in all took just 30 minutes.