I think it was watching the movie "102 Not Out" that sparked our interest in Mainland China. There's a scene where the main characters all go to this fine-dining place to celebrate a milestone. It looked tempting. We'd never tried this before even though we'd passed by it so many times on our way to … Continue reading Mainland China- Restaurant Review
Thinespo has been on our radar for quite some time now. We'd been there once, to pick up our food and had almost decided to eat right there, outside, in the soft glow of pathway lights and under the awning of a clear night's sky. But we had other plans. So we promised ourselves and … Continue reading Thinespo – Eat and Go!
One of our favorite family pastimes (actually, this one tops our list of favorite pastimes!) is to dine at different restaurants every Sunday. We mostly go for a North Indian Lunch Buffet, but occasionally we do try other cuisines like Rajasthani or Gujarathi. Nothing beats the taste and variety of Food offered at the Rajdhani … Continue reading Rajdhani Restaurant
I love Eat Street. It has a bunch of eateries to suit every palate, from "Sultan's Biryani and Kebabs", that specializes in Mughlai cuisine, to "Wok of the town" that serves Indo-Chinese food. And there is a Subway and a Pizza Hut too, which means, there's something to eat for everyone. But what attracts me … Continue reading A Night @ Eat Street
We had thoroughly enjoyed the food and the ambience at the Spice Garden Restaurant on our first visit and were going back for more. Back in the US, especially in Tucson, where we lived, there were pretty good Indian restaurants, but they weren't strictly vegetarian. That meant the restaurants paid more attention to the … Continue reading Spice Garden
Trying new restaurants is one of my family's favorite pastimes. That's how we spend most, no, every Sunday. When the festival of Sankranthi presented us with a holiday, that's what we decided to do. Our plan was to eat at Jalpaan, a favorite dining place, but on a whim we entered the adjacent restaurant, Village … Continue reading Village – The soul of India