In a NUtshell We are now getting addicted to the food by full time (week days) corporate lawyer & part time (weekend) home chef, sanhita – home delivered* all over delhi NCR from Chittaranjan park. Low on oil, traditional cooking methods, no short cuts, best ingredients, attempt to Perfection in each & every dish – all done single handedly by one person (no domestic help). … Continue reading Gusto by sanhita (home chef, delivered all across delhi NCR)
This is a review of Sunday brunch In a nutshell: An unforgettable brunch, one of the best we have had in years, in terms of spread, amazing attention to detail by chef and team, brilliant conceptualisation and seamless execution. For seafood lovers in india, this is specially more interesting. Address & other details: Meal for 2: ₹6000 Cuisine type : vegetarian and non vegetarian Disclaimer: … Continue reading J W Cafe (J W Marriott, sahar , mumbai International Airport area, mumbai)
In a nutshell: A small but tastefully done restaurant with a small menu that serves very good Burmese food. Disclaimer: All restaurants / eateries reviewed by YUMMRAJ were visited by YUMMRAJ himself & he has paid for the full Bill & tips also. http://www.yummraj.com does not have even one featured / sponsored reviews. YUMMRAJ believes in going to a restaurant in anonymity, as a normal guest, experience everything … Continue reading Chanda’s Khaukswey (23/31, Gariahat Road, Golpark, Kolkata)
In a nutshell: A Jaw dropping concept restaurant that took 7 years to make, immensely beautiful interiors with antiques & intricate traditional painting on the walls by artisans from faraway lands, excellent staff, a great place to spend an evening with some good to great (but not exotic) food at 5 star prices. Address & other details:The Spice Route Meal for 2: Rs. 4000 onwards … Continue reading The Spice Route (The Imperial, Janpath, near CP, New Delhi)
Though we have stayed in Gurgaon for many years now, we have not been to the Gurgaon or Delhi Lemon Tree Hotels. Our first brush with Lemon tree was at Aurangabad & this is where we saw a board that mentioned ‘winner of Times Food Guide Best Asian Food’ award. I was surprised. Times Food Guide in Aurangabad?? Checked with the Hotel Lobby & then came the story – The Delhi chapter had won the Times Food guide award twice. Since the menu & recipe is same across all the Republic of Noodles restaurants, they had put up such an advertisement.
Nonetheless we decided to give it a try & we were not at all dissappointed. Infact we loved the experience at this place.
The Restaurant at the Aurangabad property is pool-side. So the ambience was very good. Though there is a little bit of electric lighting in the corner, the real light for the dining table is just a candle – So even without planning for a ‘candlelight dinner’ u inadvertently end up in one.
The kitchen was an open kitchen on the poolside. One can go & take a peek at whats cooking. The service was reasonably on time & the guys serving were quite warm & knowledgeable.
We went for the dishes which showed up as Chef’s recommendation in the menu card. Loved the food. Honestly it was much better than my expectations. I cannot vouch that the dishes were 100% authentic but they were really good to taste.
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In a nutshell: It’s a ‘home delivery only’ company that delivers some interesting & enjoyable Burmese food. Menu card & Contact Numbers: burmesekitchen Meal for 2: Rs. 300 onwards Cuisine Type: Vegetarian & Nonvegetarian Description: I have not had much exposure to Burmese cuisine partly because I did not visit Burma & also because there are almost no Burmese speciality restaurants in Delhi NCR or … Continue reading Burmese Kitchen (Gurgaon)