In a NUtshell: A nice, evening place, with retro live music , serving Indian food (from across the country) by a chef who has thousands of fans in gurgaon – Sushmit Daniels Address & other details: anticlock Meal for 2: ₹700 onwards Cuisine type : vegetarian & non vegetarian Disclaimer: All restaurants / eateries reviewed by YUMMRAJ were visited by YUMMRAJ himself & he has … Continue reading Anti clock (park inn by radisson, Moolchand, New Delhi)
In a nutshell: A 60 year old eatery in Kolkata’s food street Dacres Lane that serves some great food. Address & other details: Chitto Babur Dokan Meal for 2: 200 onwards Cuisine type : vegetarian & nonvegetarian 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 / … Continue reading Chitto Babur Dokan (3,Esplanade East ( Dacres Lane), Near Pearless Bhawan, Esplanade, Kolkata 700069)
In a nutshell: A century old Hotel in Darjeeling where staying is an experience in itself, all meals served inhouse – YUMM & memorable. Address & other details: Windamere Meal for 2: part of stay package Cuisine type : vegetarian & nonvegetarian 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 … Continue reading Windamere (Observatory Hill, Darjeeling, West Bengal)
In a nutshell: One of the best German food I have had in Delhi NCR recently & also one of the best buffets I have been to in a while. Address & other details: Tamra Meal for 2: Rs 3000 onwards. Cuisine type : vegetarian & non vegetarian Disclaimer: All restaurants / eateries reviewed by YUMMRAJ were visited by YUMMRAJ himself & he has paid for the … Continue reading Tamra (Shangri-La’s Eros Hotel, 19, Ashoka Road, near India Gate, New Delhi)
In a nutshell: This place turns into a very small version of Dilli Haat with artisans coming from around the country to sell handicrafts & handloom. Love trying out regional dishes brought in by people from around the country, cooked the way they cook it at home. Address & other details: Nature bazaar Link to Delhi Tourism website, Nature Bazaar page: Nature Bazaar Meal for 2: Rs … Continue reading Regional food stalls at Fairs in Nature Bazaar, earlier Kisan Haat (Anuvrat Marg, Desu Colony, Andheria more, near Chattarpur metro station, delhi)
This is a review by YUMMRAJ’s foodie friend Rashi Agarwal. She is the one who poked & prodded YUMMRAJ to go to this place. YUMMRAJ’s review is placed just below this review: So one fine day I decided to ditch the malls and go to the National Science Center and National Crafts Museum. What I expected while entering the majestic gate of the museum was … Continue reading Cafe Lota (National Crafts Museum, Bhairon Marg, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi)
In a nutshell: Indian fusion food with unexpected twists & turns – a variety of Global ingredients, magically crafted into some extraordinary food that was music to YUMMRAJ’s tastebuds Address & other details: Indian Accent Meal for 2: Rs. 3000 onwards Cuisine type : Vegetarian & Nonvegetarian Disclaimer: All restaurants / eateries reviewed by YUMMRAJ were visited by YUMMRAJ himself & he has paid for … Continue reading Indian Accent – The Manor (77, The Manor, Friends Colony, New Delhi)
In a nutshell: A super tiny neat & clean restaurant with a see thru kitchen that serves a whole list of Indian regional food (more North Indian options) that is good to taste but not necessarily authentic & surely not the ‘best I have had so far’ kind. Considering this to be a neighbourhood shop, it surely scores way above most neighbourhood shops of that … Continue reading Maal Gaadi (GF 147, Sushant Vyapar Kendra, Phase 1, Sushant Lok, Gurgaon)
In a nutshell:
Tiny food shops lined up at one corner of the market serving YUMM snacky food
Address & other details: Amar Colony Market
Meal for 2: Rs. 70 onwards
Cuisine Type: Vegetarian & Nonvegetarian
Short Description – In case u r in a hurry:
I have been hearing about this from a friend of mine who has been going here from his college days. So, we decided to venture out with him on a weekend.
After reaching here, we saw a line of small food shops in the dark. It remined me of Chatori Gali Bhopal, but surely a smaller version of the same. Shop sizes started from a ‘hole in the wall’ to normal shops to an airconditioned small shop. Most of the shops were offering kababs, rolls, momos, shawarmas & other snacky items. The airconditioned shop in the corner offered chicken & mutton curries, fish tikkas & of course huge variety of kababs. One shop in another corner was struggling to serve chaat & pani puri to endless customers. A fruit juice stall was selling banta in addition to fruit juice. Another tiny shop was serving as the dessert point for everyone else – He was selling ice creams & softies.
The posh crowds of South Delhi were pouring in to grab a bite – young, old, families, couples, single people, stag groups, the rich & the striving & so on ……..U cud see all kinds of cars in the parking from Marutis to Mercs. Quite a leveller of a place, I must say.
Almost nothing that we ate here wud classify as ‘the best I have ever had’ but some wud end up maybe among the top 5 in their respective categories. Loved the food here & look forward to getting here more often.
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