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[…]
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[…]
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[…]
Travelling Sushi Festival Have you been hearing the word, ‘sushi’ a lot lately? Did you think Sushi was just ‘raw fish’? Have you been in two minds for whether or not to try this Japanese Delicacy? If the answer to even one of the above questions is in the affirmative, then the Beginner’s Chart to Sushi Eating by @lobsterpastalady is here to your rescue. Why The Name ‘Travelling Sushi’?[…]
The Mango Trail is a first of its kind Gourmet Mango Festival which is a ‘Treat’ spoiling you for choices. An enormous variety, justified pricing, impeccable service and a very relaxed ambience ideal for summers. With a new menu everyday while they retain the theme, here’s for a quick synopsis!
Adding to the Mango Buzz in the city, here’s presenting some ‘AAM-azing’ news. Four Points by Sheraton is hosting a month long Aamaze festival which is a whole hearted dedication to the king of fruits. Hosted in a Hi Tea set up, you have a multitude of options ranging from coolers, tea- cakes, tarts, cookies, canapes, assorted salads and yes some Sushis!
Savya Rasa – An expedition down south to explore some cultural and culinary bounty. Savya Rasa meaning ‘Flavors from the South’ takes South Indian Fine Dining to another level, a level which is at par with global standards. It is a result of years of extensive research across the southern states resulting in a Menu which expands through the 7 regions – Mangaluru, Mysuru, Nellore, Kongunadu, Chettinad, Nasrani and Malabar,[…]
Contrary to the accepted notion, Calcutta is not just about Bengalis! There is more to this city than Dusky Bong beauties and the celebrated ‘Durgo Pujo’. The city has a dominant population of Biharis, Marwaris, our friends from the North East and some cross border Chinese ties, which is clearly reflected in the city’s varying palate.
Flavors, Multi Cuisine Restaurant at the Seasons Apartment Hotel is currently hosting a 10 Day Long Food Festival called ‘Tasteful Journeys’ which boasts of world cuisines being served under a single roof. The restaurant has a lavish buffet spread for Lunch as well as Dinner with a different menu each day comprising of Pan Indian (North Indian, Maharashtrian & South Indian) & International Cuisines (Oriental Mexican and Italian). P.S For[…]
The ‘Great Indian Kabab Festival’ hosted by Copper Chimney is as Grand as it sounds. Embracing the authentic flavours of Northern India, the festival boasts of a variety of rustic and smoky delicacies right off the tandoor. Winter just bid us adieu but, relive the ‘desi treats’ from this season right here at Copper Chimney. The restaurant hosts a specially crafted menu for the Kabab Festival with an array of[…]