Delhi, India Went to this place on a Saturday night when they had a live band. The place has a English cafe like feel with all the wooden furniture. I settled at the bar and ordered a cocktail, Bourbon toast, it was well made. So was the Welsh Rarebit but it came out cold with... Continue Reading →
Chennai,India Had a lush lounge like ambience ,perfect for late night parties. Chipstead impresses with the wine selection,perhaps the most inexpensive in the country for a five star setting this place does justice to the wine experience, albeit it happens in lounge lighting.
Mumbai, India It opened in 1973 as a destination serving international casual food and it continued to be the workhorse of the hotel serving loyals and first-timers alike. The legacy still continues however in a more chic avatar. Shamiana reopened last month whilst keeping the Shamiana core intact including the eponymous canopies that adore the... Continue Reading →
Mumbai, India Rarely that you would see a Maharaj cooking a pure vegetarian meal and a wine connoisseur picking wines to match! This happened at the Tuskers Mumbai’s only vegetarian restaurant within a luxury hotel where Maharaj Janakidas joined hands with Sanjay Menon the pioneer of the imported wine scene in India to lay down... Continue Reading →
Mumbai, India Never knew that there would be so much excitement in store for a Saturday night. The table was booked at Romano’s an Italian restaurant at the newly opened Marriott; a stone throw from the international airport they call it the J W Sahar. I arrived at Romano’s and was very pleased to find... Continue Reading →
Bengaluru, India It was a gourmet Saturday for me, it started with some classic fare for breakfast from Veena Stores and rotti uta (roti meal) for lunch. From here on it became little exclusive a day starting with a private tasting of sparkling wines for the Food Lovers magazine at the Lantern at Ritz Carlton,... Continue Reading →
Mumbai, India ‘Economy forced me to become a vegetarian, but I finally starting liking it.’ admitted Mr. A P J Abdul Kalam, ex-president of India, John Cleese the famous British author once questioned ‘If God did not intend for us to eat animals, then why did he make them out of meat?’ and Sir Paul... Continue Reading →