Delhi is perhaps the food hub in North India. Being through and through Delhites, we still crave for North Indian food of-and-on. Naturally, there is no dearth of North Indian food places here. Surprisingly, not all such places satisfy. We recently tried Dhaba by Claridges for lunch on a Sunday afternoon and here is our account.
Wah Ji Wah has been a mixed experience for us. They have several outlets across NCR and at times we have been disappointed. During a recent late night dinner pang, we had little choice but to walk in to Wah Ji Wah, one of the very few outlets open in the area. We are so glad we did.
INOX has launched a range of Nachos, ready to eat pop corns and chips under the brand name MUCHOS. We recently tried their 9 flavors and are extremely pleased with the taste and quality. They have also introduced party packs that can be a unique Diwali gift.
We have rarely experienced, predominantly non vegetarian restaurants serving some good vegetarian dishes. Khaaja Chowk makes an exception here. Along with their famous laal maas and fish tikkas, they are making some awesome vegetarian dishes too. Recently when we went there on a vegetarian day, we got to try their kathal and gobhi dishes along with some finger licking chaat. We didn’t regret visiting this place on a Tuesday one bit…
Rohini in north west Delhi is full of self service fast food joints but there is a lacuna for good casual dining places. Dubliin square in Sector 3 in Rohini, fills this gap by offering a huge space for diners to enjoy North Indian and Chinese food along with drinks and party space. We recently checked this place out and here’s our experience…
We were overjoyed when Starbucks opened its first outlet in India in 2012. Our prayers were answered. In other countries, Starbucks is a regular coffee joint. However it is a premium café in India. It is time to face some home truths.
Sector 29, Gurgaon does it again. It is home to a new establishment Factory by Sutra. While the Factory is predominantly a restaurant that serves food and drinks, they also provided an added service. It is a co-working space with WiFi. We were there recently to check it out and here is our report.
We dig people in Bengal, Kerala, Mumbai and Goa for the easy access to fish. For most of us up north, coastal cuisine is something that we get to experience only at restaurants. Being suckers for sea food for its taste, and moreover nutritive value, we try to look up places that serves quality seafood. Sanadige at the tony Chanakyapuri was on our list for a while and we recently had a relaxed Sunday lunch here.