It was a tough year for foodies especially who like eating out , but with restrictions easing out , it’s time to get back to enjoying the best we know and that is to eat. Chili’s American Grill and Bar at Phoenix Market City , Vimannagar is the perfect choice for a late lunch with…
MomNom has almost all the ingredients for a perfect menu.This cloud kitchen located at Baner- Pashan Link road serves customers within the radius of 5 km.
Qmin celebrates nostalgia, quality of cuisine, authenticity and the craft of warm hospitality. The digital menu includes signature dishes such as Thechyacha Prawns and Tambada Rassa from Mystic Masala to Chicken Kung Pao from Whispering Bamboo and the all-time favourite Kheema Pav from Latitude.
A few years ago, the trend was for light-up rakhis, musical rakhis, tassels, glitter, and everything else to maximize the spirit of Raksha Bandhan. But now, to take the ‘non-traditional’ rakhi trend a step further, there has been another addition – the edible rakhi. Let us take a look at the sweetest new trend and enjoy the flavors of the festival.
Culture deeply influences the foods that we eat. The classic and traditional homemade dishes are the ones I cherish the most.
Although I wouldn’t like to bracket myself in the foodie category, I would definitely call myself a connoisseur of good taste. Today’s global village with a wide variety of cuisines and a pot pourri of cultures and traditions has diverse food options on offer.
Mocha has been delighting the customers with superb food options and probably one of the best dessert menu in the city
‘Eat Healthy and Stay Healthy’ is the motto of Pune’s newest travel themed eatery, and surely, they live up to it. “Itss Yummyy”started off as a traveler’s cafe about 10 years ago in Katraj and has now newly opened its second branch at Nal Stop, Erandwane. With its aesthetic and good food, the place has…
THE SECRET IS ON THE STREETS ! Street food in India is sold by hawkers from portable stalls, creating a contemporary food culture in any city. Cutting the barriers of religion, gender and ethnicity, people are passionate about street food.The Pride Hotel, Pune is organizing a “Khau Galli” street food festival at Puran Da Dhaba starting 20th till 29th September 2019.