Kanshi Ram and Dinesh ke Chole Kulche

Kanshi Ram and Dinesh ke Chole Kulche By Anubhav Sapra Every Dellhite’s favourite street food is Chhole Kulche! It is one of the most celebrated go-to food of Delhi and everyone has a favourite local joint. Recently, on the recommendation of my foodie friend, Karan, I tried a very different kind of Kulche chole in Azadpur. The name of the Chhole Kulche joint is Dinesh ke chole kulcha va garam pulav. Located next to Akash Cinema, Azadupur, it is easy to spot, because of the hordes of people surrounding his cart. The cart…Read more

ITO ke Mashur Fruit Cream

 ITO Ke Mashur Fruit Cream By Rhea Jose In Delhi, there is so much of history and culture mixed up with the food.  An intrinsic part of the charm of Delhi's streets is its food.  Various places in Delhi narrate many stories through the overwhelming variety of street food that they offer. They’ll inspire you to pull out your cameras, explore new ways, and sometimes, even get into the kitchen and recreate. One such place I recently explored is the famous “Income tax canteen wale” at the ITO lane on Azad Bhawan Road.…Read more

Nizamuddin Food Walk

    Nizamuddin Food Walk By Anubhav Sapra Delhi Food Walks organized a food walk in collaboration with Sair-e-Nizamuddin, a Self Help Group formed by the Aga Khan Trust for Culture. Historically known as village Ghiyaspur after the name of the then Delhi Sultan Ghiyasuddin Balban, this place was later named Hazrat Nizamuddin after the arrival of Sufi Saint HazratNizamuddin. The community represents a range of interesting cultures, traditions and values which are deeply rooted in its history. From the food practices to the religions and social norms that are followed, everything reflects…Read more

Channni Pishori Chicken

May 17, 2014 Channi Pishori Chicken By Anubhav Sapra  Continuing its endeavor of exploring the unexplored parts of Delhi’s streets, Delhi Food Walks (DFW)recently conducted a food walk in Vikaspuri, its third food walk in West Delhi after Tilak Nagar and Rajouri Garden. Most of the inhabitants of West Delhi are refugees who left Pakistan to settle down in India. The food, the names of the dishes and the cuisine are greatly influenced by this fact. Of all the places that we visited in Vikaspuri during the food walk, my favorite was the…Read more

18 Paranthewala- Paranthe hi Paranthe

May 10, 2014 18 Paranthe wala- Paranthe hi Paranthe By Anubhav Sapra When it comes to breakfast, many of us believe that there are not many good options or decent placesin South Delhi to go to. I believe 18 Paranthe wala has the potential to change that! Located right outside Gate no.1, Green Park metro station, Yusuf Sarai, this small eatery is easy to spot as the name of the shop is written in large fonts- Paranthe hi Paranthe, 18 paranthe wala. The owner of the shop, Hiralal (cell: 9971232180) is an interesting…Read more

Chennai Hot Cafe

May 3, 2014 Chennai Hot Café- Drink More! By Anubhav Sapra Address: E-143, Shop no.4, Kamla Nagar Contact: 9212407758 Last Sunday, my dear friend Hillary who hails from Manipur, invited us for Easter Celebrations followed by a food fest at Emanuel Baptist Church, Civil Lines. More than being a part of the celebrations, I was excited about tasting the flavors at the North East Food Festival and so I readily accepted the invitation! After participating in the Church service (songs and sermon) with my sister, we headed to the Lawns to savor the…Read more

Bloggers’ Lunch @ Tonino

April 21, 2014 Bloggers’ Lunch @ Tonino By Anubhav Sapra   On Saturday, 19th April 2014, Tonino celebrated their 10th anniversary. I am glad that I was a part of this revelry, celebrating with them a decade of their successful run in Delhi! One of the finest Italian restaurants in the City well-known for serving authentic Italian cuisine, ToninoIs famous for havingbrought to life the romantic old world charm. Conceptualized and created in 2004 by The Eagle Group of Companies, Mr. Parmeet Singh Sawhney, Managing Partner and Mr. Tonino Generale of Italy, Tonino…Read more

Kebab And Curry Festival @ Courtyard by Marriott

April 18th, 2014 Kebab And Curry Festival @ Courtyard by Marriott By Anubhav Sapra   Event Details: Date: 11th April to 20th April 2014 Time: 7pm - 11:30pm Price: INR 1450 + taxes per person Venue: MoMo Café, Courtyard by Marriott, Gurgaon For reservations, call: +91 124 488 8444 / Ext 8245 Recently, I was invited by Courtyard by Marriott,Gurgaonto review their Kebab and Curry festival crafted by an imperial guest chef along with Executive Chef Ashis Rout. The evening started with an engrossing discussion with the Chef himself, whose expert understanding of the Hyderabadi, Awadhi and Kashmiri cuisines was…Read more

Spring Food Festival

    USHERING SPRING WITH FOOD By Shreya Chowdhury Spring, the season of joy, colour, fun and frolic, greenery all around, of sweet fragrance of fresh flowers and chirping of birds, was experienced in its full splendor at Lajpat Bhavan on 9th February, 2014 on the occasion of the Spring Food Festival, the annual fund-raiser organized by the Sisters of the People’s Society for underprivileged children. It was a colourful affair, full of life, with kids playing in the trampoline and riding the giant wheel, vibrant stalls selling beautiful knick-knacks and a whole…Read more

Monkey Bar

Monkey Bar By Poorva Shourie You know that the food of a restaurant is mind numbingly awesome when you crave for it on a Sundaymorning. True story! And this, according to me, is the best way to introduce the much talked about Monkey Bar. Monkey Bar is a Gastropub from Bangalore that has everything you need for a good time; mouth watering food, great music, brilliant ambience and superb service! The minute you enter this ”Gastropub”, the first thing that hits you is the atmosphere. There is this contagious vibe that I have never experienced in any other restaurant before. Everyone working in…Read more