Irish House Pune

Irish House, Koregaon Park The ‘Legendary Ales’ accompanied by the ‘Gift of the Gab’ are two of the most renowned stereotypes of being Irish. A nation exalted in extending their warmth and hospitality, of course with an overwhelming sense of humour, Irish House in Pune delivers without a clinch. The second outlet of Irish House in Koregaon Park opened to public with aplomb. With a glitzy –glam launch party which[…]

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estroso

ESTROSO  Estroso – Wood Fired Pizza is a relatively new pizzeria on the block, serving some scrumptious comfort food, well yeah Pizzas (read WOOD FIRED and NEAPOLITAN). The drive to Wadgaonsheri, call it the obscure extension to Kalyani Nagar is not an easy feat but, the zeal to explore and devour unique picks in the city is above all else. The place is a 10-12 seater, run off the mill[…]

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BMG Unplugged No, I am not a woman of slangs and acronyms but some experiences can be best elucidated in such ‘new age’ lingo. If you’ve had enough of the ‘KP-Mundhwa’ and ‘Baner-Balewadi’ spheres in the city then Amanora houses a rather gigantic surprise. BMG Unplugged is a compelling new catch in the city. Currently, thronged by office troupes (courtesy its proximity to the Magarpatta commercial hub), BMG has definitely[…]

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independence brewing company

Independence Brewing Company, Mundhwa Why would you go to a brewery if you don’t drink? I am asked this question, often in a condescending tone. My unabashed answer to which always remains, “I go for the food.” A brewery or a brewing company, by definition is a business of making and selling beer. While the setup is in contrast to a bar, where ‘finger food’ or inadvertently the ‘chakhna’ are[…]

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1bhk

1 BHK, Baner The authenticity of butter chicken has inarguably faced the most twisted logic of all times. While the ‘real butter chicken’, that which originated in Punjabi households up North is anything but sweet. The synonymity with ‘Butter Chicken’ and ‘Sweetness’ is a result of severe migration and every region trying ‘their own’ version of this dish. While a lot is lost and amidst the realms of confusion, 1[…]

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Khatta Dhokla

Jovos – Rajasthani Food Festival Food Festivals are the latest trend to swing by. An excuse to break the fetters of monotony and give an untried & unaccustomed break to your guests. Such food fests, are generally time bound and are an open ground for restaurateurs to test waters in an unfamiliar space. A Cultural Food Festival in a Bar? Rajasthani Culture emerges as one the most traditional forms of[…]

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Swiss Flatbread

Travelling Flatbread Festival at Café 212 Chef Paul Kinny, one of the most ingenious minds on the culinary block in the city has curated a globally inspired ‘Flatbread Menu’. Treat yourselves to the multifarious flavors from all corners of the globe, of course in an enticing ‘Cheese on Bread’ format at Café 212. Flatbread is a typical term for flattened dough made out of flour which can be leavened or[…]

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Panayaa, Kalyani Nagar   A leading brand from Mumbai, Panayaa is a celebrated Vegetarian fine dine popular for their concept of ‘Modern Indian Cuisine’. Coming to how the ‘Indian Kitchen’ turns ‘Modern’? Blame it on another rage in the market, Molecular Gastronomy. Some very traditional Indian recipes, majority of which include humble street food is presented in a spectacular avatar. There is a lot of drama and of course every[…]

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Barbeque Ville The invite for the Seafood Festival currently hosted by Barbeque Ville (Wakad) had me intrigued. My love for seafood is sublime, so much so that I readily drove to the alien streets and corners of Wakad (Yes, I have no clue about the geography of Pune beyond Baner) to satisfy my hankerings for fish. The joy of gorging on luscious prawns and the mere thought of crab  gets[…]

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meraki

Meraki To do something with all your heart and soul is what the Greek word ‘Meraki’ translates to. And when was the last time you did something with all your heart? We fail to comprehend how ‘routine’ has taken control of our lives so much so that we don’t even have an hour to fall back on or ponder. It’s all a rat race and the struggle to reach somewhere[…]

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