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Reliving the rastafarian culture with Raasta

DLF Cyber Hub is bustling with vibrance and life with many restaurants, the latest one being the Raasta - the caribbean lounge. Raasta already has its religious followers because of their maiden outlet in the Hauz Khas village. The restaurant is a brainchild of Joy Singh and his two friends and has its loyalty rooted in the Rastafari movement. Started in the 1930s on the lands of Jamaica, Rastafari is an ideology which propagates spiritualism and rejects materialism and oppression. The

Burrowing into flavours at Diggin Café

Recently, we received an invitation to review the newly-opened Diggin Café located in the upmarket area of Anand Lok just opposite the Gargi College in south Delhi. The café offers outdoor as well as indoor seating options, both on ground floor as well as the upper ground floor. The open-air seating is a perfect option for a winter brunch and the indoor seating is well-decorated with lots of pastels and soothing colours further enhanced by the sunrays. They can easily

Blooming with culinary innovation and aromatic delight

The love for continental food is widespread in the city of Delhi. Earlier smooth and relaxed life has turned into a running tread mill for in this city and in all this running, one place that is open to serve the hungry tummies is Blooms. This 24-hour multi-cuisine restaurant is set in the plush Eros Hotel at Nehru Place. Recently, the restaurant launched its new menu and it was quite interesting to review the new options. The minimal yet classy décor

Pamper your taste buds at Breads Et More

Breads Et More serves the best varieties of fresh-baked breads and sweet delicacies. There is a lip smacking range of products placed on display, which might develop an urge within to spot them all on your palette. The house has artisan breads, truffles, delicious croissants, melt-in-your mouth macaroons, exotic pastries and cakes, cookies, variety of beverages and lot many mouth-watering savouries. Before you even bite in, the mere staring at the unique and freshly baked multi layered pastries could make your

Turquoise Cottage – ethnic flavours with contemporary touch

Delhi is one place where one can find all the world class cuisines and the pan-Asian restaurants are in full swings in this metropolitan. In this race, one restaurant which has made its mark in all these years is the Turquoise Cottage, located in Vasant Vihar. Known for its authentic flavours and a perfect menu, when the management decided to open its outlet in the uber mall hub of Saket, it made the foodies of Delhi joyous as now they

Eat and relax at Lodi, the garden restaurant

Pleasing greens and the tingling fragrance of floating marigolds welcome you at one of the most highly rated restaurants of Delhi – The Lodi. It enjoys the status of the one and the only garden restaurant of the city and is known for its interiors as well as gratifying outdoor seating. Set in the midst of the historical Lodhi Gardens, the strategic positioning of the restaurant acts as a non-institutional hub for cultural activities. One must opt for the outdoor seating

Trolleys, re-defining the dining experience

Located in Khan Market, one of the plushest places of Delhi, Trolleys had made a distinct place for itself in a very short period of time. Famous as the posh open-air food court, Khan Market did not have any place that offers authentic Indian as well as European food at the same time. Hotelier Sandy used this opportunity and started Trolleys. Apart from an impressive a-la-carte menu comprising of different cuisines, the restaurant justifies its name by offering daily specials

Magique: a place that justifies its name

Magique Restaurant is one of the beautiful destinations in Delhi. One can spend an amazing evening especially with their loved ones at this restaurant. It serves Chinese, Thai and various other cuisines. The seating arrangements are such that they create a lovely atmosphere throughout the restaurant. Magique Restaurant (New Delhi) is set up in the Garden of Five Senses. It is surrounded by greenery and fresh air. The restaurant is lit up with candles and fairy lights in the evening. The interior

Empress of China: Jaded queen of Szechuan

Delhi has been flooded with new restaurants but all these cater more to the non-vegetarians; where should the vegetarians go to have good food in the city. While searching for such a place, we received an invitation to review the ‘Empress of China’ at the Eros Hotel Nehru Place which is a golden place for vegetarians. Truly, old is gold as vegetarian finds ample space on the menu here. Even though Chinese is more about non-vegetarian but EOC offers equal

Rock ‘n’ roll at Cafe Ludus

An evening under the stars with your love or a party with your friends…Cafe Ludus is the place. The exterior doesn’t even prepare you for the vibrant interiors. Great music and a warm ambience made it a lovely evening with friends for me. Ludus, as I was told, is the Latin word for school or play. And the array of magazines and books in one corner made me feel that I should’ve had this kind of a place to run to

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