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 →