Delhi

‘Portuguese flavor with heart’, are words that the restaurant lives by. And we couldn’t agree more after tasting the palatable spread at Barcelos. Situated in the bustling inner-lane of Khan Market, Barcelos grabs your attention with its tastefully done up

When it comes to Indian cuisine, chefs and restaurants everywhere are pushing the boundaries of cooking. Be it the chicken tikka at Devonshire Sq, London or the ‘desi’ curry at Hudson St, New York, everybody is reinventing food via fusion

Though the world’s attention remains riveted at the reported safety standard violations by instant noodles brand Maggi, Delhiites have a far more serious reason to worry. In the absence of a proper food inspection team, the locals are totally clueless

Tender meat in rich creamy gravy, Butter Chicken – the name alone is enough to make a person drool. This dish is considered to be the staple food for non-vegetarian Delhiites & has many die-hard fans around the world as

Hard Rock Cafe is ready to party like its 1971! On June 14, 1971, Isaac Tigrett and Peter Morton, two music-loving Americans, founded the first Hard Rock Cafe in an old Rolls Royce showroom in London. After Eric Clapton asked to

Way before the fancy Big Chills, Subways and KFCs, existed an era of restaurants that have seen Delhi flourish and grow, to say the least. Over the years, many restaurants have blossomed in the city but these age-old eateries continue

As the mercury rises to a crazy level and the weather gets warmer, there is nothing more comforting more calming than a mind-numbingly cold scoop of ice cream. Of course we have the usual vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, mango and more;

Summer is here and everyone is busy getting in shape to show off some muscle at the poolside. They are better than tetra-packs and blended juices because pressed juices are extracted using hydraulic pressure and not by blending or grinding

The drinking age in our country has always been a question mark, hasn’t it? While some states choose to ban it completely like Gujarat, Manipur, Mizoram, Kerala and Nagaland, some states like Goa and Punjab decide to embrace it. While

Online city and lifestyle guide Little Black Book Delhi – run by Iluminar Media Pvt. Ltd. – has secured $150,000 in its first round of funding from a group of angel investors including Google India’s Rajan Anandan, Outbox Ventures’s Niraj Singh,

“Let the darkness not intimidate you, it whispers words of fear as it is ignorant and unsure. Light a candle and the whisper will disappear” Located in the thriving streets of Khan Market, Café Illuminatii instantly draws your attention with

Would you like a cup of Earl Grey tea? Or are you more partial to the ghar style pudina chai? You can get your fill of both at Tea Halt, a group of kiosk cafés in New Delhi.  In search

Momos are a hot favourite among a wide range of food lovers – young, old middle aged, vegetarian or non-vegetarian, these tasty dumplings have managed to become a popular snack for all Delhiites. They are loved as much as the Samosas

The capital loves to gorge on samosa, chhole kulche and pretty much everything the street has to offer. But it’s time we started thinking twice before digging into a plate of our favourite momos or a crunch tangy pani puri.

The market has been seeing a number of start-ups mushrooming the foodtech space. From start-ups that deliver at home to start-ups that take you places, we’ve seen it all. But the dreams are infinite and dreamers avid.    How Did

Vadas, Pavs, Puris and Batatas are things that make up a typical Maharashtrian meal. The land of the Marathas, this state offers a delicious cuisine that includes many classic Parsi dishes as well. Traditionally, Maharashtrians have considered their food to

Delhi has a knack for all things Kashmiri. Kashmiri handicraft, woodwork, embroidery, woolens, rugs find a place in every Delhiite’s home. But oddly the delicate, flavorful cuisine from this beautiful land is yet to make it to the mainstream food

There is alcohol and then there is beer. The drink’s a class apart and not just because it’s a grown man’s drink or any such lame reason but simply because it takes a really strong set of taste buds to

The Northeastern segment of the country is often confused as an almost single entity with similar food, cultures and tradition. That however is far from true. The seven sisters of India vary in many ways, food being one of them.

Yet another acquisition in the e-commerce and foodtech space is in the news. Gurgaon-based Internet Company Askme has acquired Accelity BestAtLowest Online Services Private Limited, a New Delhi-based company that runs online grocery shopping marketplace Bestatlowest.com, for $10 million (approximately Rs 63