Vapour Brewery and Diner

The largest chain of microbreweries in India is not new to National pub crawlers and Beer aficionados. Having recently opened their second sprawling outlet of Bengaluru at Sarjapur Road (first one at Indiranagar on 100 ft road) on the 7th floor Terrace, it’s one of the first micro-breweries to stun you with a Bird’s eye view of the surrounding green belt and water bodies, the interiors rustic yet modern. Vapour provides one of the best casual with the touch of trendy dining experiences. The menu for Food and Drinks have been curated keeping in mind the well-travelled, cosmopolitan Bangaloreans. Vapour […] Read More

Refuel at the Popular Bikers’ Hangout on NH7

Formerly NH7, now NH44 is the longest running National Highway in India which connects the states of Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu. It starts from Srinagar and terminates in Kanyakumari. When you leave the city and head north towards Nandi Hills for a beautiful sunrise, you’ll pass by this roomy brick edifice on your left a little after the new Bengaluru International Airport at Devanahalli. Close to another highway favourite — Indian Paratha Company — NH7 Refuel continues to be a favourite with biking enthusiasts and ideal […] Read More

The ever awesome presentation @ The Farzi Cafe

Located on Level 2 at UB City, Farzi Cafe has been always known to be one place that stresses a lot on the presentation of the food items. We got to experience it first hand today for lunch. We started off with Amuse Bouche which was an egg shaped mango yoghurt ball in shot bowls. Was quite tasty. Avocado mint Gazpacho – An avocado based cold soup served in a glass pot with a flavoured crisp Curd Rice Tikki Chaat – Dahi papdi chat served with an amazing presentation. Desi Curd Poppers – Yogurt and cheese poppers which was served with […] Read More

The story of Ruh, the Desert Princess

Once upon a time, in a land far, far away lived a Princess called Elaheh and she was the most beautiful girl in all of the earth. The Princess charmed men with her looks, but she really charmed everyone with her culinary skills. She could create magic in the kitchen. Kings would surrender their kingdoms just to drown in her food and her intoxicating wine. King Idris was one of them who fell for her and he wanted her to be his forever. But she, being a wanderer did not stay. She would never belong anywhere or to anyone. She […] Read More

Dhadoom by Chef Harpal Singh Sokhi

Chef Harpal Singh Sokhi is a celebrity chef from India. Earlier known as the “Energy Chef of India”, he is now known as the “Dancing Chef of India” He was one of the participants in the Jhalak Dhiklaja Season 9 Colors TV. The story goes that during his childhood days he was a quiet and shy kid but his dad used to push him in to the crowd to dance in family functions. As he grew older, his liking for dance increased and you can always find him dancing and sing on his show with his popular lines “Namak Shamak Namak Shamak […] Read More

Master Class with Chef Ajay Chopra

MasterChef Ajay Chopra An accomplished culinarian with immense love and passion for food, Chef Ajay Chopra has to his credits his work as an Executive Chef with some of the biggest hotel brands. His rigor and strong tenets has helped him reach great heights in the Indian television and food industry. He has featured in several television shows such as MasterChef India, Veggistan, Hi Tea, Chop Chop Chopra among others. He is the Managing Director of Zion Hospitality Pvt. Ltd. Incorporated in 2014, Zion has an expertise in consulting for restaurants, cafes and events. He has launched several restaurants across […] Read More

Delectable Seafood @ The Marina

Being a Mangalorean, we’ve had Seafood for Most meals. After having heard a lot about the Famous “The Marina” in Chennai, I was all excited to visit this place and try out the delicacies here. This place has a good variety of starters and main course dishes to make you want to love Seafood More. Studies have shown Seafood contains much fewer calories and are very rich in essential nutrients as well as Proteins, Omega 3 and other essential fatty acids, Vitamins C, D & E as well as Zinc. It also helps to maintain a healthy and a well […] Read More

Celebrating FBAB 10k @ Hoppipola

Literally meaning “love of jumping in puddles” in Icelandic, Hoppipola is an embodiment that you don’t need to be young to have fun. This is one of the popular pubs in Bangalore belonging to the Speciality Restaurant Group which owns over 100 restaurants. The group introduced its flagship hotel Mainland China and Oh! Calcutta 24 years ago. Most of their brands have multiple outlets in Bangalore. Hoppipola has 3 outlets in Bangalore and is also located in 6 other Indian cities. Inside you’ll find a quirky book section, small model airplanes suspended from the roof, video and board games, blackboard […] Read More

Souperman’s Kitchen

Yes, you heard it right! It is Souperman’s Kitchen and not Superman’s Kitchen. Located amidst the busy bustling streets of Koramangala 5th Block, situated just beside the park is a Cozy place that is a must visit if you like great food and awesome service. Started to create more awareness on Soups and its health benefits, it was to be a place that you drink soup to your heart’s fill. We visited this place for an evening snack and had a few items from a menu curated by the owner himself.  Mug-a-Soup: Chicken Clear Soup – Clear Chicken Soup with […] Read More

Victorinox Santoku Fluted Edge Knife

Santoku (Japanese: 三徳包丁; meaning “three virtues” or “three uses”) knives are a Japanese-style knife that has become more popular in the United States, with many versions being made in America as well as abroad. It refers to the three types of cuts the knife is designed for: slicing, dicing, and mincing. The blade has a flat cutting edge with the handle in line with the spine of the blade. At the end of the blade there is a rounded curve called a sheep’s foot, rather than a sharp point that is more common with western blades (see image to the […] Read More