I was extremely apprehensive about eating in this place. For two reasons#1 Because I m not a fan of restaurants in City Centre Mall (Indi Joe’s has bad food)#2 Because I m SICK of the whole naan-daal makhani-kadai chicken affair! But but but, Sahib Sindh Sultan impressed me right from the first look we exchanged… Continue reading Sahib Sindh Sultan- A LOT more than the alliteration!
My best friend accidentally found this store while strolling down to Babeque nation (which will be reviewed soon) and notified me. A pair of dollar signs immediately appeared on my dilating pupils and we decided to check this place after lunch. A small store but you wouldn’t really care about the size of the place once you start checking… Continue reading Belgigue- Totally chocoladen!
This place is basically a sweet store (the word shop will not do justice to this place) but their chat is something I swear by. Dahi puri at Dadu’s is made with ingredients that holds one surprise after another. Made with the creamiest of creamy curd, Imli ki chutney, potatoes, chana, grated beetroot and sometimes… Continue reading Dahi puri at Dadu’s
Though there’s nothing sexy about the trashy side of Hussain Sagar Lake, 100 Degrees was the closest I could get to a roof top restaurant facing a water body. Unlike my previous visits, we tried the open roof section this time round and believe me, apart from the occasional mosquitoe bites and the hardly-any-breeze weather,… Continue reading 100 Degrees- Sizzling hot!
I had the fortune of entering this restaurant when there wasn’t a single soul in the vicinity and honestly, the exclusivity made this meal 20 times more memorable than it would have been with cry babies, noisy college- goers or staring Aunties. The first thing that strikes you in this place are the red sofas, the… Continue reading The Grand Wok- Of chinkis, spice and caramalised bananas!
I think it all began with the finishing of 1 kg mithai all by myself, all in the name of love. Ofcourse, mother never understood that love. She only understood the handles that came after them. Soon drooling, bingeing and more love followed and before I knew (wait for it) I had found the love of… Continue reading All in the name of love