Lebua Lucknow: changing the way the city eats – and lives.

The Lucknow I left behind in 2001 was a sleepy town. The youth, like me, would call it 'best if both the worlds' perhaps to cover up for its small townness and lack of any fun things. The only nightlife I'd heard of were parties that Akhilesh Yadav threw - he was a young man …

Spanish Festival, Seville

Candle in my bread, soup in my roll, sunset in my dessert and mushroom in my cappuccino -- that is what happens been you eat at Seville, one if the most enchanting places in the capital.   Spanish gazebos, quaint canopies and brilliant flavours have always marked Seville, at The Claridges but the place is …

When The Writer Became The Subject

A small interview that featured yours truly as one of the  prominent voices in food world. From writing about people in food to be written about -- it has been a fun ride. Thank you @apbcookstudio Today we look to Anubhuti Krishna for inspiration! Anubhuti is wanderer. When she is not traveling, she is writing …

Mughal Gardens — A Spring Tradition

Thousands of tulips, hundreds of lilies, beds full of roses, and acres of dahlias – if there is one place that defines spring, it is the Mughal Gardens at Rashtrapati Bhavan. Inspired by the Mughal Gardens of Kashmir, designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, these gardens have been ushering in spring in the capital for decades. …