In this day and age of tony dining, it is a tad difficult to spot a fuss free, simple eatery that’s better than the roadside food hawker. But that’s what the heart (or situation) wants on certain days. And then we start looking – this time at Sarojini Nagar Market.
Don’t loose heart if your plan to go to Goa didn’t materialise. Enjoy some lip smacking Goan delicacies at Zambar Gurgaon. They have a specially curated Goan Shack Menu and it is a delight for Indian style seafood lovers.
Ardor 2.0 at Connaught Place is holding an ongoing Nawabi Food Festival. They serve a wide range of Mughlai starters, main course and desserts in this range. To round off the experience they have live ghazal performance in the restaurant.
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.
It took some time for Bengali food to come out of the home kitchens to commercial spaces. There is no looking back since then and we find people from all over the country upbeat about trying out new Bengali dishes. Ki Hangla in Gurugram does just that. It has a long menu comprising popular as well as lesser known dishes of Bengali / Bangladeshi cuisines. We went the full hog during a recent dinner with Ki Hangla fare.
Food industry is a great leveler. Five stars as well as shacks have equal propensity of making it big. All they have to do is become popular and word of mouth helps enormously to garner fame. We had heard about the popularity of Uncle’s Tom Maggi Point around DU area and decided to check it out.
Zambar is one of the most popular South Indian restaurants in Delhi NCR. They have been around for a while and their Ambience Mall outlet has a subtle by aesthetic Kerala style décor. We have been fans of their food for a while and recently got an opportunity to try their new menu during a leisurely Sunday lunch.