Tag: Indian Food

Eco-friendly Eating out at Lodhi Gardens

Eating out at weekends has become a part of our lives. Why not make it an 'eco-friendly eating' time by trying organic food for a change?

India’s Streetside Coffee and Tea Culture

Be it a metro city or a small town, there are little streetside coffee and tea shops in nearly every street across India, and a couple of regular drinkers.

Connect with Local – Serving Authentic Food of Maharashtra

We are losing the authenticity of our regional culture and cuisines. It is hard to find a good restaurant that can serve you authentic Maharashtrian food.

Tasty treat on trains – Travel Khana

Travel Khana - Food on train companies now provide a range of food delivery services for travellers. So let’s hope the stale food on Indian Railways will be a thing of the past!

DU Food Haunts – A foodie’s paradise!

DU Food Haunts – It becomes necessary to highlight the non-academic aspects of Delhi University. DU is not just about sky-high marks and lectures in derelict buildings; it is also a foodie’s paradise.

Delhi University Food Haunts – Gastronomic Excellence!

Whether you are a student, an alumnus or a visitor, one thing is certain – when in Delhi University, academic excellence goes hand in hand with gastronomic pleasure!

Venture out on Vegan Meals!

Veganism is becoming a much talked about food concept that is rising in trend, which was first adopted by environmentalists and animal rights activists. But when I first came across this concept I wondered while avoiding meat to an extent was surely possible.

Munching on the streets of Mumbai

We searched for the 40 best places to eat out in Mumbai! right from Chowpatty to Church Gate, Colaba to Marine Drive

An Obsession called Ilish Maachh

The Bengali Bhadralok have a fancy for many things and chief among them is fish or ‘Feesh’ It is a Bengali ritual for the man of the house to go to the market daily to buy a fresh supply of fish which must be a part of the daily menu. The queen of fish ‘Hilsa’, popularly known as ‘Ilish maachh’, in the Bengali language, is the heartbeat of Bengali cuisine and diet.

Sizzle with Misal Pav

The bright red colour of Misal Pav was so vivid, that for a moment I mistook it to be a rendition of artificial food colour. But having lived here, I knew it was the handiwork of the infamous Mirchi.

Ber or Bore or Jujube

Have you heard Superstar Rajnikanth uttering the word ‘Jujube’… Do have a faint memory of eating a Ber phal, Bore hannu or Jujube in your childhood…

Wanna try coffee flavoured honey?

What flavour of honey would you prefer… orange, eucalyptus, mango, or coffee! No, you don’t need to fantasise to have flavoured honey of your preference. You just have to travel a bit.

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