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Niche: it’s all about progressive food

Niche became the talk of the town as soon as it was launched with much fanfare and drooling images all over the social media. Recently, THN got an invitation to visit one of the new entrants to Connaught Place. Here is our pictorial journey of Niche, which we found to one of the most varied and classy outlets that have opened recently. We were welcomed by the restaurant manager Harjeet Singh who showed us around the place. As soon as you enter

The University Bistro: a budding place

Located at the very heart of the North campus, Delhi University, The University Bistro is a new hangout junction in the ever-busy Hudson Lane. Recently THN was invited for a review and as we entered the place, we were impressed by the colourful décor and vibrancy of it. We were greeted by Vivek Aggarwal, co-owner of the café, who took on a small journey behind the idea of opening TUB. As one takes a stroll on the Hudson Lane, one finds

Healthy dining options at Tamra

We always love to dine out and dig into our favourite dishes. But at times, it comes a bit of a problem for the health-conscious ones as they always look for healthier versions. Recently, THN was invited to visit Tamra, the multi-cuisine restaurant of Shangri-La’s Eros Hotel, New Delhi. The restaurant draws inspiration from the initial years of culinary revolution, the time when copper (tamra) vessels were key components in making a perfect meal while retaining its nutritious values. The rustic and

Veda completes a decade of food journey

When restaurants are opening at every nook and corner of the city and closing with a blink of the eye, very few have been able to sustain in the F&B market while retaining their first identity. One such place is the Veda restaurant. Located on the outer circle of the ever-busy Connaught Place, it is a quiet hideout meant only to enjoy the food. Recently, the restaurant completed 10 years in the business and celebrated it with food writers and bloggers. As

Welcome to royal cuisine at Days of the Raj

Situated a little away from the hustle and bustle of the city (mind you …its in the busy streets of Delhi itself…just strategically located) is DOR (Days of the Raj). Decorated under the influence from the days of the British Raj, the impeccable décor of the restaurant takes you back to the past. The courteous and the friendly service rendered by the men at the restaurant compel you to pay a visit more than often. Lavish spread of appetizers like ‘Rajasthani

Zoning in on Zerzura

Zerzura, the ancient land that lay hidden deep in the sands of the Sahara, was a city of pristine pools, palms, springs and yes – unimaginable treasures. So alluring was the charm that it was elusive, almost like a mirage. But the Zerzura we would like you to check out is more like a veritable oasis bursting with gastronomic delights that will soothe and seduce at the same time. In the heart of the national capital of Delhi, the mythical paradise

For the public – cafe review

Public is the answer to all questions when you want the paradox known as 'clean street style grub'. It is also a quiet place to sit and chill - an added bonus. There is an instant feeling of comfort and ease as soon as you enter the glass door and are engulfed by fresh aromas of its open kitchen. The menu has all-day breakfast and snacks to cater to anytime hunger. The fusion recreations of local favourites and global delights

Explore the ‘seen-less’ before @ Yauatcha, Delhi!

Are you craving for some extremely good Chinese food? Here is a place where I am sure one would find the complete authentic Chinese palate, with perhaps the perfect flavours to satiate your taste buds! After its gratifying success in Mumbai and Bengaluru, Yauatcha had arrived to the capital Delhi. It is set on the busy floors of Ambience Mall, Vasant Vihar. As far as ambiance is concerned, the Delhi’s Yauatcha involves simple seating arrangement with set-apart Asian flourishes, dark wood

Restaurant review – The Whispering Willows

Very rarely does one come across a restaurant that amalgamates gastronomic delight with cosy, home-like environs. The Whispering Willows, Zirakpur, a 20-minute drive from Chandigarh is one such place. Stained glass windows, gables, fireplaces, large settees, rambling lawns, a burst of colour in their flowers - The Whispering Willows is straight out of a fairytale and a world in itself. The fact that it is away from the main city is its biggest USP. It means a long drive can

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