Shantanu David The Indian Express Group
Wednesday 13 November '13Peter James on writing and interests, such as criminology and paranormal activities.
Saturday 9 November '13Lamb and mushrooms hold court at Shahpur Jat’s latest restaurant
Friday1 November '13The Continental fare at this new restaurant is spelled with a capital C.
Monday28 October '13Rahul Akerkar, the man behind Indigo— known to be one India’s finest restaurants— is all set for his first Delhi outing.
Sunday27 October '13This one won’t have Robert De Niro driving you around, but Taxii Bar and Kitchen’s sumptuous spread will make your journey a ride to remember
Saturday26 October '13Five recipes to tide you over the onion crisis.
Sunday20 October '13With the opening of Cafe Lota, the National Crafts Museum becomes a gastronomic destination
Saturday19 October '13Like Frankenstein’s monster, funk can never die.
Saturday19 October '13The next, Doing Time, is fast metalcore, with Ilejay smacking the skins.
Friday18 October '13What happens if two ace chefs — one Indian, the other Finnish — decide to pair up in the kitchen?
Sunday13 October '13Uzuri Deck and Dining scores high on flavour, portion size and service
Friday11 October '13There used to be a time when Sharad Navratri translated into a nine-day period wherein meat, onion and garlic were banned.
Tuesday8 October '13The second outing of Sunburn Noida saw crowds crackling with energy and cacophonous performances by a mixed bag of artistes
Sunday6 October '13A new watering hole in Hauz Khas Village opened in the memory of its late owner, offers frightening beverage options
Saturday5 October '13This eatery might not bridge the gap between the Indian Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, but this is as economical as it gets
Friday4 October '13The Leela Palace in Chanakyapuri, ordinarily a scene of sumptuous decadence, looked even more spectacular on Tuesday night.
Sunday29 September '13A playlist of happiness
Sunday29 September '13Celebrated chef Mark Best, who is on his first India tour, talks of his culinary odyssey that has turned him into one of Australia’s favourite cuisiniers
Saturday28 September '13This is where India and the world comes together on a plate
Sunday22 September '13If you ever needed an excuse to drink, this is it. City watering holes stock up to celebrate Oktoberfest
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