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TRAVEL STORIES FROM THE BLOG
Where are we heading to?
Eating constitutes one of the most important aspects when flying anywhere. Swiss Airlines has now launched a new menu while flying from India to Zurich. Let me tell you about what all you can find on the menu on your next flight. What's new aboard the Swiss Airlines...read more
Standing on the balcony of a colonial building centuries old, I watch the busy city of Semarang hustling below. I have hopelessly fallen in love with another port city, this one is on the northern coast of Java in Indonesia. It is the bustle of the city that draws me...read more
Travel Documents Required in the Mediterranean Discovering the Mediterranean while traveling is one of the most wonderful experiences that we have had. The balmy coastline and the semi-tropical experience is something that a lot of Indians enjoy quite a bit. But...read more
A creaking floorboard makes a squeaky noise as I slowly inch forward. Night times may not be the best time to go exploring around empty medieval castles, but it is the time when the ghosts come to life in Wales. Wales, a country richly steeped in history, myth and...read more
FOOD STORIES FROM THE BLOG
Where are we eating out?
Finding out new places to drink out with friends is always welcome and The Irish House provides for some lovely brews along with some scrumptious food. Located in Connaught Place, the Irish House has a long list of brews starting from Indian staples to the new on the...read more
Trying out Indian food is always an enigma. But finding the traditional dishes of India displayed in the best way possible is one of the better perks of food blogging. The newly opened Bombay Brasserie plays host to this idea with traditional dishes from all over the...read more
Finding Chinese and Pan Asian food in the Trans Yamuna are is quite a tirade. Although a few Pan Asian chains have set up shop in the Place of India Mall, but a fine dine restaurant offering a modicum of authencity lacked in this area. Although the patronage of Noida...read more
Sashimi has been one of my favourite discoveries since the time I have started writing about food. Clean, cut, precise slices of fish served with some Soy and Wasabi. Although the Japanese style of Sashimi is quite simple, Chefs worldwide are experimenting with modern...read more
BEVERAGE STORIES FROM THE BLOG
Where to find your favourite tipple?
It's always fun to try out new wines with a couple of friends. So when Malay Kumar brought over a sample of wines that he has started marketing in Uttar Pradesh with plans to market them soon in Delhi. We decided to try out some of his wines from the German Rhineland...read more
I have always been a sucker for a bit of bitterness in my cocktails, making Negroni one of my favorites. A cocktail made with Gin, Campari and Sweet Vermouth, it's got a bitter aftertaste that we both love quite a bit So when the International Negroni Week came...read more
There has been slow resurfacing of Gin and Tonic in India and we are enjoying it quite a bit. So when the World Gin Day rolled around the corner, we decided to try three new Gins that have recently landed up in the Indian market and are making quite a splash. Let's...read more
Italian wines have always been one of my favourites, specially since the day I tasted my first Chianti. So when the famous Antinori wines were on display at an event at La Piazza, Hyatt Regency Delhi, we headed over pronto to try out some of their prized offering. The...read more