Every once in a while, you come across a dish that makes you want to sing hallelujah. When you find two – or, praise the Lord – even three such dishes on a single menu, singing hallelujah all by yourself simply won’t cut it; you need to invite the whole choir.
As a regular to The Fatty Bao in Indiranagar, I was delighted to be able to select it as my restaurant of choice for a sneak preview of its Citibank Restaurant Week India menu. I was even more delighted to find that two of my three “hallelujah” dishes are being showcased during the event – a fact that is definitely deserving of an invitation to the choir! Continue reading
My last blog post was made
almost over a year ago. Last September, I stopped dining out, writing restaurant reviews and eating sumptuously rich food in a bid to invest in my health. My goal was to become stronger and more fit; that involved shedding some a lot of weight and getting more active. To celebrate my return to blogging, and since this is a food blog, I’d like to share with you the four most important nutrition and weight loss lessons I’ve learnt over the last 12 months. Continue reading
Hello! I am back again after (yet another) travel hiatus – and I bring good tidings. Very good tidings. Get ready to gorge: Citibank Restaurant Week India is right around the corner.
Starting September 23, over 70 restaurant kitchens in Delhi, Mumbai, and Bangalore will strut their stuff with prix fixe menus created specially for the week-long event. All menus are priced at Rs.750 (excluding taxes and surcharges), and if the sneak-peek preview dinner I enjoyed at Olive Beach, Bangalore is anything to go by, every one of these meals is going to be an absolute steal. Bookings open 18 September, so get ready to get clicking! … Keep reading
I love burgers. They are, to my mind, the culinary equivalent of commercial cinema: unpretentious, enjoyable, and either unabashedly good or appallingly bad. Despite what health fanatics would have me believe, I see a burger as a healthy meal containing all four food groups: carbohydrate (the bun), protein (the meat), fiber (lettuce, tomato), and fat (cheese).
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