Our Austrian Itinerary #2: Exploring the Wachau Valley through Danube River Cruise  

    So you are in Vienna and have seen almost all the tourist attractions there. What next? You must see the Wachau Valley, which has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. No wonder, the Wachau Valley is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Austria. For those who just ...Read More

Our Austrian Itinerary #1: Naschmarkt in Vienna

    I have to say that this European holiday was even better than the last one. This time we covered Austria in detail, and also a small part of Germany and Italy. As many of our friends and relatives on social media have been asking for our itinerary for the Austria ...Read More

Restaurant Review: A Bar Called Life, Juhu

    Innovative cocktails and modern Indian cuisine make A Bar Called Life in Juhu a winning place to spend your evening. The menu is well-planned and moderately priced. Recently, we were invited to review A Bar Called Life, where we raptly enjoyed our meal and fun cocktails that had an element ...Read More

Classic French Madeleines

  I baked these Madeleines for the very first time and these came out just perfect. These tasted and looked delicious! My guests told me that these tasted way better than the store-bought ones.     Well, I baked them out of guilt. There were these Scallop Shell Pans that I bought ...Read More

Restaurant Review: Pizza Acrobatica by Chef Pasqualino Barbasso at Celini, Grand Hyatt Mumbai

  Eating pizza was never so full of energy, fun, surprise and theatre, until we attended the Pizzaiolo at Celini, Grand Hyatt Mumbai, recently. The Pizzaiolo was none other than Chef Pasqualino Barbasso, who has been twice awarded as the World Champion of Pizza Acrobats! Here’s a chef who makes a pizza ...Read More

Multigrain Ravioli with Smoked Turkey Ham and Burnt Butter Sauce

  If you know how to roll out a dough into a thin sheet, then you don’t really need a Ravioli Machine or Pasta Maker to make these beauties. This recipe is our latest family favourite. The best thing about my Multigrain Ravioli with Smoked Turkey Ham and Burnt Butter Sauce is ...Read More

Restaurant Review: The Ongoing Goan Food Festival at Fifty Five East, Grand Hyatt Mumbai

Good fancies zesty Goan delights, Grand curates a spread of Konkan ecstasy. We experienced the above at the Goan Food Festival at Grand Hyatt Mumbai. Chef Tanuja Kerker, Casa Sarita – Park Hyatt Goa Resort and Spa, will leave no stone unturned to feed you the best of Goan flavours. The buffet ...Read More

Restaurant Review: Masala Bar at Carter Road, Bandra

  The best bars in Mumbai are not just about great drinks, after all. As members of the Food Bloggers Association of India or FBAI, we were recently invited to “The Big Bang Night” to review the luxe Masala Bar by the sea, which is another great addition to Mumbai’s Gastronomic map, by ...Read More

Restaurant Review: The Ongoing Malaysian Food Festival at Glasshouse, Hyatt Regency, Mumbai

  Exotic Malay Cuisine is an amalgamation of different Asian food cultures, including a prominent Indian influence. Putting all the right crackling and crunch together, Glasshouse at Hyatt Regency Mumbai, has come up with the Malaysian Food Festival. The festival called Rasa Malaysia is on till tomorrow, the 12th of February 2017. ...Read More

Saraswati Pujo Special: Shojne Phool aar Topa Kuler Chatni (Sweet-n-Sour Chutney of Moringa Blossoms and Sour Berries)

  Today is 1st February 2017, and this year, the Indian festival of Saraswati Pujo or Basant Panchami falls on this day! As a Bengali who studied in Raisina, New Delhi, Saraswati Pujo is nostalgia. It reminds me of the preparations done by the “senior students” in the school, days in advance. ...Read More