Delhi

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Awadhi, Hyderabadi, Moradabadi, Pakistani, Kolkata Style, Lucknowi Dum Biryani, the list goes on. Biryani is one of the top favourite meals of any Indian. Biryanis in Delhi takes you back in history to the times when Biryanis were first introduced

More often than not, Chandni Chowk sparks off a conversation revolving around street food and parathas, but Delhi-06 more than just dahi bhalla and parathas. Here are 10 places in and around the bustling Chandni Chowk for a sumptuous meal.

Starting 4th March, the Capital will become a powerhouse of ideas, innovations and creative heads. The third chapter of The Coalition, aka TC3, kicks off with sessions exploring industry innovations and issues related to scale and sustainability in various disciplines.

It’s a new month, it’s a new page on the calendar. So what excites you more about March? Holi, summer or the hoard of food festivals that follow the onset of these new set of 31 days? It’s okay, we’ll

A wise man once decided to give the human race the best of chocolate and hazelnut in a jar. The wise man was none other than Michele Ferrero and that thing in the jar is our beloved Nutella. The spread

Divided into three major shopping areas – GK1, GK2 and GK3 (yes, there’s third part too) – Greater Kailash and many is one of the hottest upmarket hangout spots in the Capital. The place is far from swanky malls but

Gaggan, the Bangkok based restaurant serving progressive Indian cuisine has won the top spot on the list of Asia’s 50 best restaurants. The winners were announced during the grand gala event which took place at the W Hotel in Bangkok yesterday.

The fourth phase of Gurgaon’s DLF chapter is almost as big as the rest but is way better endowed when it comes to restaurants, local diners and bakeries. The area has a stockpile of tens of good eating joints and

Just as the Capital was looking for reasons to veg out in the beautiful weather, Little Black Book Delhi gave it the perfect one. Behold, the LBB Dessert Bazaar. The event is a delicious fete brought to life by a

Every four years the calendar churns out an extra day from the mini month of February. As a result, we get an extra day every leap year (and the leaplings get their much-awaited birthday party). Since this day is so special,

Located near the Wave City Center Metro Station, Noida‘s Sector-50 and its surrounding are known mostly for the high rises, local markets and the upcoming mammoth Wave City Center. But if you look beyond that, there are a few decent

Located in the heart of West Delhi, Karol Bagh is a residential-cum-commercial neighborhood, which has many faces to it. It’s the place where a multitude of West & Central Delhi’s affluent people reside, it’s the are synonymous with populous markets

Whip it up, blend it in or bake it, you never can go wrong with an Oreo. From cheesecakes to milkshakes, the cookie makes everything illegally perfect, and how! Here are 30 restaurants, dessert parlours and bakeries in Delhi that

Sector-25 and Sector-21 (a.k.a. the crisp and neat Jal Vayu Vihar) are one of the oldest residential settlements in Noida. Areas around this sector are speckled with many take aways, restaurants and eateries. Here are 8 places for quick bites,

Gurgaon as a whole can be lauded for a select number of eateries and restaurants but interestingly enough, each and every segment of this IT hub too is rich in eating joints. After the first two phases, here’s what the

When the Capital was devoid of fancy malls, shopping arcades and Cyber Hubs (and Ansal Plaza was the craziest we’d done), one of Delhiites’ favorite hangout spots was Khan Market. Synonymous with mod supermarkets and legate number plates, the swanky

The Mezze (or Meze) platter is an original from the Middle Eastern region including countries like Lebanon, Turkey, Greece and Israel. The platter is adorned with a rainbow of dips and breads and can completely make or break your appetite.

When it comes to Asian cuisine, it’s hard to pick just one particular far. How can you choose between Sushi and Pad Thai. It’s almost brutal. Setting our Pan-Asian dichotomy straight, Zomato and Black Dog brought to the Capital the

Italian cuisine is as vast as their wardrobes. And each dish better than the other – it’s almost like an Armani suit against a Versace dress. So it’s only smart to enjoy one dress dish at a time and what

Any true blue foodie in India’s major cities would have heard of Restaurant Week India; an event that allows foodies across Bangalore, Chennai Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata to enjoy a full course meal at fine dining restaurants for a set