Avartana: southern soul, global face, and an experience to cherish.

Curd rice made with sago. Potatoes that look like fish and chips. A toffee made with white butter and wrapped in beetroot paper and a paan that looks more like gelato -- nothing is what it seems and yet it satisfies like a lost flavour from your childhood. Served in fixed menus of seven, eleven, and thirteen courses with vegetarian, non-vegetarian, and seafood variants, a meal at Avartana is a special culinary experience.

Uttarakhand: The land of rustic flavours and robust food.

Think of Uttarakhand and the first thing that comes to mind are the gleaming white mountains. Lush jungles and bubbling rivulets are next, but this land of the Himalayas and the Ganga is also home to some beautiful food -- something not many associate with the state. "Uttarakhand is a land of rustic flavours and …

My Favourite Places To Eat In Delhi.

Someone asked me today what was my favourite place in Delhi to eat. I did not have an answer. She then asked what was my favourite cuisine. I did not have an answer. Probably exasperated the next question was what do I cook, yet again, I did not know what to say. No, I wasn't …

Jamshedpur: An Unlikely Gourmet Capital

A hot griddle sizzles over the fire as a young man swiftly pours the batter and spreads it out in one smooth swirl. Next, he sprinkles a mix of sliced onions, beetroot and a potato mix and pours a copious amount of oil. A few flips later, the batter emerges on a dented steel plate …

Bo Tai Drunch: Perfect Sunday Outing.

Sunday means long lazy hours fed by good food and great wines.Better still if you indulge in it while looking at the magnificent Qutub district. Sunday also means sitting still at one place without a worry in the world. We had the opportunity to sample the Drunch at @_botai recently. The long lazy brunch accompanied …

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 …