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Shahi Paneer Recipe

Shahi Paneer Recipe

India is one of the most diverse countries in terms of culture, cuisine and arts. Traditionally the finer nuances of these have been passed from ancient kingdoms to modern day generations. Modern day India is a confluence of these traditional cultures and western influences with a close knit society. In terms of food, many traditional(…)

Published On: Wednesday, March 11th, 2015
Dada Boudi, Kolkata - Restaurant Review

Dada Boudi, Kolkata - Restaurant Review

This place does not fall in the category of fine dining restaurants- but besides Sourav Ganguly, Mohan Bagan football team, Jyoti Basu and Rabindranath Tagore, if there is something else that people from Kolkata swear by- it is the Biryani at Dada Boudi’s. And since Bengalis have made quite a name for themselves in the(…)

Published On: Tuesday, November 11th, 2014
Andhra Bhavan, Delhi - Restaurant Review

Andhra Bhavan, Delhi - Restaurant Review

If you are looking to try authentic regional cuisine in Delhi, my suggestion is to make the state bhavans a starting point. These places serve authentic regional cuisine at affordable prices, and the best part is- they make no effort to cosmopolitanize either the food or the ambiance. I went to Andhra Bhavan yesterday for lunch knowing(…)

Published On: Tuesday, September 16th, 2014
Garlic Naan Recipe

Garlic Naan Recipe

Different states and regions in India have their own native cuisines and in total create a large diversity of food cooked. Most of the regions use typical Indian spices in cooking giving nice aroma and taste. Indian curries are famous and sought after the world over. The northern part of India got influenced by the central(…)

Published On: Sunday, June 8th, 2014
Windmills Craftworks, Bangalore – Restaurant Review

Windmills Craftworks, Bangalore – Restaurant Review

Who knew that a grant of land by the Chamaraja Wodeyar IX, Maharaja of Mysore to the Eurasian community would one day become a major part of one of India’s IT hub. Whitefield came into existence back in 1882 and remained pretty stagnant until the late part of 1990’s, however since then the region has(…)

Published On: Saturday, April 5th, 2014
Three Quarter Chinese, Bangalore

Three Quarter Chinese, Bangalore

Church street has been one of the most happening streets in the city of Bangalore. Frequented by college students, office goers, couples, friends and families, it is bustling all the day. Number of shops selling clothes, electronics, craft works, money changers can be found here, among coffee shops, eateries and restaurants. One of the restaurants(…)

Published On: Friday, March 14th, 2014
Malabar, Santa Cruz

Malabar, Santa Cruz

In a little spasm of curiosity, I googled the word “Malabar” before beginning to write this. Turns out, “Malabar” is a Spanish word that means “juggling.” Which is appropriate. This place is, if nothing else, an impressive exercise in juggling, plate-spinning and category-defying. It seems to combine several different kinds of cuisine. It is, or(…)

Published On: Tuesday, February 25th, 2014