How We Will Travel in 2020

  Transformative Travel. At some point in our lives all of us have watched a movie or read a book where the protagonist leaves on a journey, goes through certain life altering experiences, and returns a transformed person. We have however always dismissed this as another of those things that can happen only in fiction. …

There is a Jackfruit in my Chocolate!

The jackfruit is having its moment this year. The humble vegetable cum fruit has suddenly found followers and trolls in equal measure. That’s not all, recent studies claim that Jackfruit, widely used as vegan meat until now, will also used to make chocolate too in the near future. A recent study published in the Journal …

When Southern France Comes to Central Delhi.

The biggest problem of being a food writer is the baggage you carry -- of flavours, textures and taste in your palate. While on one hand it may be your biggest strength, on the other it may be a pain -- you can hardly taste anything after a while. And so, off late, I have …

Minimalism: The Art of Doing More With Less.

For decades the world has believed that to be successful one needs to do more – work more, earn more, spend more. Minimalism, on the contrary, focuses on doing less – buying less, earning less, working less – and in turn, living more. The focus, say experts, should be on the experience not possession. The …

Lebua Corbett: Where Understated Luxury and Love For Nature Coexist.

When was the last time you washed your face with turmeric and sandalwood? When was the last time you had a bath under the stars, what was the last time you had food made with locally grown produce, out in the open? Imagine the joy then when I got all this in a hotel in …

Frontier Mail, and Polo Bar — where classics come to life.

That is the thing about being a food writer -- rather being identified as a food writer -- that you cannot write anything without mentioning food. Not that I am complaining -- it just tells me people value what I say -- or not say about food. Case in point Noor Mahal. The reason I …

Noor Mahal: A Palace where Art meets Luxury.

I would be honest. When I first learnt about a palatial hotel in Karnal, I was skeptical: Why would someone set up such a mammoth property in the middle of nowhere? Agreed they are close to the GT Road, country's busiest highway lined with North India's wealthiest cities, but then it is just another small …

What makes The Kimono Club Delhi’s Hippest New Restaurant.

What strikes you first is the light—natural diffused gold in the day; edgy, glamorous red at night. The space comes next. Artist, copywriter and designer Freddy Birdy’s work skillfully blends vintage disco balls with modern chandeliers, classic portraits with antique stained glass, and red couches with minimalistic chairs. Oriental wallpaper offsets crimson walls; plants from …