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In the Indian cuisine, you’ll find that brinjal is usually prepared as main course. A lot of people carry a great dislike for aubergines, but if it’s cooked well, it can be absolutely delicious. Here are some easy, delicious and

This weekend, ditch all your plans and try something different and exciting. Head over to Madhya Pradesh Bhawan and load up on some delicious and authentic food from Nagaland at the Naga Food Festival. According to its Facebook page, The

When we say India, we don’t mean Mumbai or Chennai or Kolkata or even the national Capital, Delhi. The five alphabets refer to the entire 3.3 million square kilometers that represent the country, they refer to the 29 states and

The Southern states of India are highly skilled when it comes to cooking up a multi-course and rich delight. Add to that some Kerala spices, seafood and veggies and you’ve got yourself a decadent Malabari feast. Dip your Malabari paratha

Kebabs are a desi carnivore’s #BAE. The char-grilled and marinated pieces of meat can turn around anyone’s day and make life beautiful again. Delhi has deep connects with the Mughals and North Indian royal families, which makes it kind of

Baisakhi is a festival celebrated mostly in North Indian regions – especially Punjab. The festival is also a milestone for the Sikh community as on this day in 1699, Guru Gobind Singh founded the Panth Khalsa. Apart from endless rounds

The Great Indian Kebab Festival has arrived in Chennai and it is going to be in the city all the way into the middle of April. And with it, comes delicious kebabs for vegetarians and non-vegetarians, special dishes that you

If you’re looking for a unique kind of experience with food you’ve only heard about, but never actually enjoyed, then the Tunday Kababi Food Festival at Raintree Anna Salai is where you need to be. The best part is that

Bengali food might not be commonplace in the city of Chennai, but starting this week for ten days, Spice Haat at Hyatt Regency is giving food lovers in the city a chance to experience something new. While traditional Bengali food

To most people, the mention of Velachery means the area in Chennai where the Phoenix Marketcity mall is located. But there’s so much more to Velachery than just a big mall with everything you could ask for. It’s a very

You’ve heard the name Gulabs everywhere because they’re selling delicious Indian snacks that are familiar but also have something new to offer. And now this Chennai based company is introducing something new to their collection – Tiny Khakhras! Khakhras are

Believe it or not, February is almost over and before the month ends and summer officially sets in, here are all the places you can go, the food you can enjoy, the experiences that you don’t want to forget. Bengali

Six years ago, Shitija Nahata started Cupcake Company and introduced Chennai to delicious cupcakes. Despite what she and her husband thought, cupcakes became incredibly popular in the city and tons of other cupcake shops followed. A few years later, Shitija

Did you check out our Masala Paneer Stuffed Bread Pakoda recipe? Because when we made it, we had extra paneer left over and we tried to do something different and something just as tasty. Using the leftover paneer, we made

The Bengalis are very passionate about everything thing that they like – sports, culture, literature and their sugary-sweet mother tongue. This zeal remains unmoved when it comes to their food. The heady aroma of their Sorshe Maach, Maacher Jhol, the delicious

Ashvita Bistro has become a popular name in Chennai for one very good reason – their interesting and adventurous food pop-ups. The bistro in Alwarpet has been bringing in chefs from all over the country, introducing Chennai food lovers to

It’s the last week of January, but there’s so much to do! There’s Republic Day, there’s Chinese New Year and then there’s a whole lot of other awesome food events to be a part of. And we’ve got the lowdown

Delhi may be a rainbow of cultures and cuisines, but the one cuisine that stands out is without a doubt Punjabi. Punjabi food packs a flavoursome punch complete with dollops of malai (cream), oodles of butter, and heavenly amounts of

As much as partying in a pub sounds all fancy and fun, nothing beats a good old house party with BYODs, scrumptious delicacies and grooving to your favourite music with your favourite people. Indeed, the alcohol is the central character

Imagine sitting in an open place, under the night sky dotted with abundant stars as the Punjabi beat or a melodic Hindustani piece plays in the background as you’re accompanied with a huge plate of tandoori chicken or paneer tikka