Tama Brewery & World Kitchen has got everyone excited for its exceptional interiors and an even more enviable food and bar listing. Read the full review.
Don’t we all just love Mr. India and the amazing work by all the actors? Ofcourse we do. Well, no its not an anniversary of the movie. You must be wondering why am I reminding you of the iconic film. That’s because Satish Kaushik, our beloved actor is all set to refreshen our memories from the movie with the launch of the second outlet of his famous “Calendar’s Kitchen”.
San Sebastian’s Michelin-Star restaurants, high quality of local food at its pintxos bars, and local markets make the city’s culinary scene really tick.
While traditional flavours rule, Gangtok is a forward-looking city, with chic cafes and buzzing bars with live music. From city institutions to hidden gems, this guide tells you how to eat your way through the capital city.
Here are the best pastry and dessert makers in Paris that make you want to pack your bags and move to the city right now.
With sleek jazz clubs, secret speakeasies, pumping rooftop clubs, new gin bars, and a vibrant craft beer
scene, Hong Kong promises a great night out to revellers.
A street food joint, run by a 70-year-old, has won one Michelin star in Bangkok’s first ever Michelin Guide Bangkok 2018.
Lock & Key is Gurugram’s Cross Pint Mall is a happy place to hang out at with your friends in the evenings or entertain business meetings at lunch hour.
Gurugram’s most recent obsession is the One Horizon Centre on Golf Course Road, thanks to the top-notch restaurants lining the ground floor.
In the Philippines, you may find yourself with the jungle on the plate: Monitor lizard diced and sautéed, snake as snack, monkeys for a feast.
The new menu at Sana-di-ge brings a fresh whiff of coastal aroma from the Western Ghats of Karnataka and Kerala to Chanakyapuri, New Delhi.
We recently reviewed The Turkey Project, one of the newest entrants to Delhi’s thriving restaurant scene in Defence Colony.
This World Food Day, explore Canada’s lesser known provinces through your taste buds. Food can get so delish when you travel deeper in the country.
Chef Morimoto put up a culinary extravaganza at Wasabi by Morimoto at The Taj Mahal, New Delhi to celebrate his restaurant’s tenth birthday celebrations.
Juhu lounge True Tramm Trunk (TTK) opened a second outlet in BKC. True Tramm Trunk, a play on the words “Too Damn Drunk” provides a great base to start your weekend.
This cafe in Istanbul makes a baklava that has become the fondest memory of people travelling to the country. Here’s one account.
This weekend, Mumbai will get the opportunity to sample Sri Lanka’s most celebrated restaurants – Ministry of Crab and Nihonbashi at San:Qi in the Four Seasons.
The hunt for the perfect cookie ends at The Bombaykery at DLF Cyber Hub, Gurgaon. It’s giving locals the weekend cookie goals and we can’t even.
Did you know we had as many artisanal coffees in India. Now ditch the commercial, mass produced brands for its Indian counterparts.
Summer may be on its way out, but Dirty Apron in Delhi’s Safdarjung neighbourhood is giving us good reason to wish it stays a little longer.
Introducing the concept of community tables to Delhi, The South Delhi Kitchen, a newbie in the cafe business, is bringing strangers closer. Find out how.
The first week of July is going to bring some good news to the foodies in Mumbai. The Progressive Oriental House aka POH is set to open gourmands to some Southeast Asian culinary traditions in Kamala Mills.
Zorawar Kalra, the force behind Farzi Café is bringing to Bombay his most ambitious project yet, KODE. Launched on June 19th, KODE is an innovative resto-bar offering a cuisine agnostic menu.
This past weekend saw the glitterati of Bollywood descend upon Arth, a Bandra restaurant designed by Gauri Khan. Like expected, all the attention went from the food and chef to the star-studded guest-list. Now that the daze is over, let’s talk about the chic and innovative ‘ingredient-forward’ Indian restaurant.
Ho Chi Minh City may no longer be the capital of Vietnam, but this splendid city certainly never lost it’s charm! From it’s jaw-dropping French colonial architecture to its surprisingly complex cuisine, Ho Chi Minh City offers a little bit of everything for both the history seeker and vegan foodie enthusiast.
Out of all the cities in Thailand, Chiang Mai is unarguably the most vegan-friendly city. With a plethora of vegan, organic and even raw restaurants to choose from, you’ll be spoiled for choice. Chiang Mai is located in Northern Thailand and in close proximity to the Burmese, Chinese, and Laos borders, and therefore, unique culinary specialties are infused.
The Park Chennai is a hub of some extraordinary culinary experiences with a mark of sophistication. A new pan-Asian restaurant is raising that bar.
As the summers hit Europe, there are lots of travellers making their way to the west. If Munich is on your list, then you must try out these five dishes.
After making a mark on the pitch, our lovable Indian skipper is all set for his first venture into the hospitality industry with Nueva, a restaurant in Delhi.
If you like a restaurant with a story and the food to have some meaning besides being delicious, AnnaMaya is the place for you.
The current rage in food the world over, authentic Korean cuisine can now be sampled at Hahn’s Kitchen in Gurgaon. T+L gives you the scoop.
The familiarity of aromas an open pot of biryani provides hits very close to home, every time. This Eid, indulge yourself in the classic at these places in your city.
Gurgaon has a burgeoning set of Japanese restaurants and the newest one to join the pack is Nagai. Shibani Bawa takes a table and finds out what’s cooking.
European Finesse, African History, and Indian spices come together in South Africa. We give you a lowdown on not-to-miss dishes in the country and where to find their best versions.
Every year, we patiently wait for the most prestigious food list of the year. In its fifth edition, Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2016, we have some new surprises from around Asia, but news is, that the list features some of our favourite Indian chefs. Here’s what we know. RANKING […]
To cater to your quest for extraordinary drinking experiences, we have put together a list of bars that are off-the-road, off-shore or in fact, in the middle of the ocean.
When you are looking for singularly exceptional food experiences that are greater than gimmicks and tricks, you find those that capture a sense of place for your palate. These are the top food stops for gourmet travellers. MODENA Italy The Albinelli Market in the centre of Modena is a […]
Chef Vineet Bhatia is often hailed as the father of the evolving modern Indian cuisine who has put the country’s culinary heritage on the map. We meet the chef for a quick tête–à–tête and get a whiff of his new menu at Ziya, The Oberoi Mumbai.
Warning: You will have an uncontrollable churro craving when you read this.
Mumbai’s favourite deli came to the capital a few years ago, but it recently traded its swish mall space for the eclectic setting of Gurgaon’s Cyber Hub.
Chef Girish Nayak, Pastry Chef at Olive Beach, Bengaluru, collects cookbooks, ride motorbikes, and conducts cooking classes. Find out this hot young chef’s top recommendations.
Burma Burma—an alcohol-free, vegetarian speciality restaurant—has been making waves since its launch last month in Cyber Hub, Gurgaon. Apeksha Bhateja finds out what the fuss is all about.
We caught up with Chef Kunal Kapur, who has launched a new restaurant in Dubai, Patiala by Kunal Kapur, and found out what’s cooking.
Amsterdam’s hottest G&T bar is at The Conservatorium. Tunes Bar is popular among locals for its exhaustive collection of over 30 varieties of gins and more than six different tonics, to make you forget the G&Ts you’ve ever had.
India’s favourite winter comfort foods.
Another Social has come to town, and here are all the reasons why Odeon Social gets our stamp of approval.
Want to flyp things up? Try these three travel cocktails at FLYP@MTV, the hot new bar in Delhi.
This year Fresco has gone fresh as always, for it’s revamped menu is going to win away all those healthy hearts. Here is a sneak peek into what’s cooking.
Over the decades, people from around the world have made India their home. Expats in Delhi, Mumbai, Goa, Chennai, Bengaluru, and Hyderabad give their stamp of authenticity to this guide featuring cafes and restaurants they frequent and find comforting.
For the past few years, so many Japanese fine dining establishments have mushroomed in the Indian metros that not knowing these Japanese dishes is almost embarrassing. Go beyond sushi and sashimi, and explore these ten Japanese food items. While you are at it, memorise the names.