In a NUtshell Fabulous freshly made mini littis with chatpata YUMM chokha, served after a full show of the making of the food, waiting time 20-30 minutes Address & other details: next to the nimtala ghat (steps going down to river ganga) Meal for 2: ₹100 onwards Cuisine type : vegetarian only Disclaimer: All restaurants / eateries reviewed by YUMMRAJ were visited by YUMMRAJ himself … Continue reading Bhootnath litti & chaiwallah next to Nimtala ghat, kolkata
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In a NUtshell: A memorable lunch curated by home chef Chandana, organised by authentic food at neel restaurant – great selection of items that included the usual suspects and also the totally unexpected , almost home like food re-created at a restaurant kitchen, great service, lovely ambience and more Address & other details: Authenticook Neel Meal for 2: ₹1200 for vegetarian meal and ₹1400 for … Continue reading Magadh festival @neel, tote on the turf (mahalakshmi race course, mumbai)
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In a NUtshell: A restaurant inside Bihar bhawan in delhi that serves very enjoyable Bihari food Address & other details: The potbelly Meal for 2: ₹300 onwards Cuisine type : vegetarian and non vegetarian 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 … Continue reading The potbelly ( Bihar bhawan, Chanakyapuri delhi)
In a nutshell: Super cool concept – place order thru an app / call & someone delivers home cooked YUMM food made by housewives / home chefs – different menu every day, every meal. Address & other details: Bite club. Facebook page: Bite club Meal for 2: Rs. 300 onwards (each dish approx Rs. 250-300) Cuisine type : Vegetarian & Nonvegetarian Disclaimer: All restaurants / eateries reviewed by … Continue reading Bite Club (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=in.biteclub)
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In a nutshell:
Excellent Bihari food served in a nice setting by pretty warm people – I developed a small temporary potbelly as I walked out of this place after eating loads of irresistible food.
Good place to catch up with friends, a lunch date or just a nice place to hang around.
Address & other details: the potbelly
Meal for 2: Rs. 700 onwards
Cuisine type: vegetarian & nonvegetarian
Short Description – in case u r in a hurry:
Like in all other restaurants , I visited this place in anonymity. The climb to the 4th floor thru narrow bright colored (bordering garish) was the only disgusting part. Once up there, it was really enjoyable. I was appreciating the way in which a simple property has been converted to a nice restaurant seemingly without too much expenditure.
The floor extends to both sides of the staircase. On the Dining Hall to the right, there is a non alcoholic bar:) area – actually a serving counter.
On the left side there is a small dining area that also leads to a open air area in 3rd floor. The walls r all glass & that makes it good due to plenty of light & also good view outside. The decor of the open air area is good with a great view as well.
The furniture is mix & match – no two chairs around a table r the same. On the wall hang loads of empty frames sans pictures.
The menu card is very colorful & quite informative as well – good explanation to the names of the dishes.
Passion for excellence exudes – I felt this throughout during our lunch at Potbelly. Without the passion, all items ordered during a particular meal cannot b simultaneously good.
The staff member who was serving us was very warm & helpful.
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