Steaming food on the blog, this time with some light, sound and action!
Making the perfect South Indian Filter Kaapi ain’t rocket science. Learn it from @priyasreeram.
Delhi Tourism board is running a “Dilli ke Pakwan” food festival at Baba Kharak Singh Marg. 11am to 10pm daily. Ends Dec 11th. #foodiealert
Subtle mannerisms, soft humour and of course the food connection. All three so beautifully combined.
Stuffed Aubergine at Blooms, Eros Hotel (Nehru Place). Sneak Preview from our upcoming Italian Food Festival post. http://t.co/35seqsAt
By the way, we participated at a “sneak preview” to the Italian treat during lunch today. Thoroughly enjoyed it.
Italian Food Promotion prepared by Chef Stefano Nicodemo at Eros - Managed by Hilton, Nehru Place. Oct 27 (today) — Nov 06. #foodiealert
@keeperofthekeys Yes. We could’ve suggested the Dhaula Kuan one on the Airport Express line, but that’d be worse, no?
Delhi University South Campus cafeteria offers awesome home-styled cold coffee. At 30 bucks it’s a steal. Just ask them to “make it strong”.
The 15 rupees Sach Much Aam ice-cream (ice-pulp?) by Cream Bell is quite something.
Every Durga Puja pandal has food stalls serving Bengali favourites (not restricted to Bengali cuisine). Ends Oct 5th. #foodiealert
Those of you who are joining us as we head to Ananda Mela today evening — we plan to reach Mela Ground entrance by 4pm and start soon after.
@xAbhishek Yay! See you on Sunday.
Oh, and they’re also on Twitter @TheGolcondaBowl.
And when a vendor takes negative feedback in a positive stride, you know your food is going to be even more loved and cared for.
When a food vendor refers to his cooks as कारीगरs, you know your food has been loved and cared for.
So the ‘Old Famous Jalebi Wala’ of Chandni Chowk is actually called ‘Nem Chand Jalebi Wala’.
Gol Market’s Kaleva sweet house has decent paneer-stuffed Moong Dal Chilla. Thick, soft, well made.
By the way, in addition to Idli, Vada and Dosa the 50 rupees breakfast meal at Andhra Bhawan also includes a cup of tea/coffee.
@jyotibhargava Thank you Ma’am! Indian Coffee House at Mohan Singh Place is a must try if you like undisturbed time travel.
“We never charge a restaurant because to show their listing, that’s the Right to Information Act!” —Zomato co-founder Pankaj Chaddah, today.
“If you hide from germs and bugs, of course you’ll fall sick.” http://t.co/nSTmSrJ
@pheonixash Dhanyawaad sir :) Kabhi aao dilli, aapko bhi kuch mazedaar khilaenge.
In case you’re bored of your usual sandwich, here are some mouth-watering options. http://scanwiches.com/
Food columnist @RoshniBajaj on why she will always choose her local veggie vendor over a chain store. bit.ly/l33v1c
McDonald’s McSpicy Paneer burger development story bit.ly/lgDIqr /by @kushanmitra
@AbhimanyuSanghi Aah, a bit far but never. On the list. Thanks!
@AbhimanyuSanghi no, haven’t tried that place. Where is it? Will check it out & get back.
@amanahuja Glad you enjoyed reading it. Let us know what you think of it after you visit the place :)
New on the blog: Not your everyday Dal http://bellycentric.in/post/6832462941/not-your-everyday-dal
@sakshamgarg88 Noted. :)
If you ever find yourself around any of the various institutes in Qutab Institutional Area, be sure to give Mezbaan the staff canteen a try.
Today’s Mouth-Watering dish is brought to you by Sydney’s Din Tai Fung: Noodles & Wonton in Spicy Sauce http://instagr.am/p/GDnmm/
Well, this is a spoiler, but we’re too focussed. http://t.co/QkPsa8r
Had frozen coke today. Slurrrpily delicious! Gonna try it at home when I get back.
Guacamole sauce has to be the awesomest add-on to a burger! #TryIt
The menu at Din Tai Fung here is slightly better than the one in Singapore. Also, somebody really needs to get DTF to India.
So, Pizza Square? Meh.
Tried the ‘Chocolate Paan’ outside Odeon in C.P. Not a bad variation I must say. They also serve a Strawberry & Chuski Paan :)
Depressing absence of local, independent fresh food vendors on the platforms of Purani Dilli railway station.
Chakh le, chakh le, chakh le
Chakh le sare gham …
Rains don’t dampen our spirits. We’re headed towards the walled city.
Field Report: The Moolchand Paranthe-waala http://t.co/1mJJg5i