Everyone’s favourite Farzi Cafe has recently come up with brand new additions to its menu. Personally I have loved how much they’ve brought in experimentative Indian cuisine with so many restaurants now trying to keep up with it too. From Bailey’s lollipops to Parle G cheesecake, their one-of-a-kind dishes captured everyone’s imagination! Read on to know what’s new on the menu at Farzi.
Ever since I was little, I’ve preferred North Indian food due to my upbringing in the national capital region. There’s something so delicious about even a simple, well-prepared daal or those scrumptious chaats that make snacktime fun. So when I was invited to the launch Made in Punjab, the latest venture from the renowned Zorawar Kalra, I was definitely interested in experiencing how Punjabi cuisine would be reimagined. Here’s what my experience tasting from the menu was like.
Photography Credits for image above: Soham Shoney
Serafina is an Italian fine dining restaurant in Koramangala that I especially remember fondly for its amazing ‘gnocchi di mamma’ and its gorgeous interiors. They’ve recently come out with the Prix Fixe menu, a fixed lunch menu aimed at those looking at a quick, delicious Italian meal that gives one the chance to sample some of the best Serafina has to offer. Read on to know more about the delectable fare one can expect from this fixed menu.
Fine dining for me is about experiencing flavours, understanding food pairings, and experimenting as much as possible. I recently experienced two different kinds of fine dining experiences at the Hyatt. The first at Lido, and the next at The Pink Poppadum, each unique in its own way. I also discovered a new service that is a must-try for all those of you who appreciate food, cuisine and fine dining as much as I do. Read on to know more about the experience!
You all would definitely be familiar with the fun, vibrant and ever-innovative cooking show ‘Turban Tadka‘ by Celebrity Chef Harpal Singh. Recently, Chef Harpal Singh inaugurated his first fine dining restaurant venture, ‘A Twist of Tadka‘, at the newly established business hotel, Stylotel, near Brigade Towers in Bangalore. The restaurant is a culmination of his approach to food, his expertise and his desire to share his love for cooking and Punjabi cuisine with the world.
Cooking is a bit like therapy for me. When it comes down to it, it all depends on my mood, and I swing from making cake, fudge and pasta all in one day to not much at all. However, over the years, I’ve realized that ambience makes a world of difference.