Food – Indian


Hawker Street, Gurgaon - 10 Places To Eat and Drink, Gathering Some of India's Best Restaurants At Ambience Mall

If you look at the big picture, Hawker Street is nothing more than an open-air food court. However, it comes with a selection of some unique and new outlets in addition to an ambience that works wonderfully with Delhi winters. Hawker Street is the place to be for a quick, relatively cheap, and tasty bite of food. All the outlets at Hawker Street are in ship containers, giving it an exclusive appeal. It is similar to a line-up of food-trucks, only immobile. Situated outside Gate No. 5 of the Ambience Mall, the atmosphere at Hawker Street is......

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Between Buns, New Delhi – Hip & Young Restaurant Serving Beet And Truffle Mac-n-Cheese Burgers

Between Buns, New Delhi – Hip & Young Restaurant Serving Beet And Truffle Mac-n-Cheese Burgers

While the name might suggest culinary cheekiness (pun intended), Between Buns, is something entirely different with its comfort food presented in a contemporary fashion. Situated in the hip SDA Market, opposite one of India’s leading engineering institutions, IIT, Between Buns packs a punch with its flavourful and...

August 16, 2018
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Lavaash by Saby, New Delhi – Colourful Café Serving Orgasmic Armenian and Bengali Cuisine, At Ambawatta No. 1.

Lavaash by Saby, New Delhi – Colourful Café Serving Orgasmic Armenian and Bengali Cuisine, At Ambawatta No. 1.

Eating at Lavaash is like taking a journey to a world, where food is more than just a necessity. Instead, it is an art form that brings people together. Serving authentic regional dishes, this charming little restaurant impresses with its quirky décor and mouth-watering preparations. Spearheaded by...

August 10, 2018
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Dishoom - Trendy Indian Restaurant Is A Must-Go In London, With Chic Decor And Impressive Indian Food

Dishoom – Trendy Indian Restaurant Is A Must-Go In London, With Chic Decor And Impressive Indian Food

Dishoom came up quite often when I asked for restaurant recommendations in London. This is London’s first Bombay café. It opened in Covent Garden in 2010. Since then, it has been a multi-awarded dining concept with 6 locations in UK: Edinburgh, Kensington, Shoreditch, King’s Cross, Carnaby and Covent...

May 22, 2018
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