For the love of Chinese food, Team ChicLifeByte reserved their table at Jade at The Claridges New Delhi to try out the delicious Chinese-Cantonese cuisine. Amongst snug and intimate interiors, wide windows giving a view of small exquisite oriental gardens, Team ChicLifeByte was seated for their grand lunch. The peaceful, calm & serene music in the background was so satisfying just like the presentation, taste and ingredients in the food freshly made bringing together the taste of the new additions in the menu.
Let us all take out some time from our daily routine to taste the real street flavours of India be it from Purab, Paschim, Uttar or Dakshin- all regional flavours under one roof in a hygienic environment at The Masala Trail (TMT) by Osama Jalali.
Fresc Co located in Janpath, Connaught Place and Ambience Mall, Gurgaon is the perfect place to dine-in for couples & family especially when Valentine’s Day is coming. Whether you are planning to surprise your beloved or your best friend or family, a meal at Fresc Co will ensure you have a perfect time.
Tourist in Janpath is a place representing the journey of a “traveller” whether in interiors, books, pictures or food which one finds amazing & unique with the comfortable seating. One takes a look around and there is a bar set in one corner with edgy, free spirited & travel centric interiors along with a VIP lounge & a rooftop where you can stay till the last dance. The 1200 sq. ft area spread over three floors even has a live train, travel library, live kitchen… you cannot ask for anything more.
Yeh mausam ka jaadu hai….No, I am not reminiscing a bollywood actress singing and dancing on this song but I am enjoying the magical monsoon! Monsoon brings out a special effect where we would just want to enjoy tea and pakodas in our balcony with our special ones.
Recently, I was invited for a special brunch known as ‘Band Baaja Baarish’ at Informal located at Connaught Place where I would get to experience a special monsoon menu. This quite attracted me and I immediately said yes to the special invitation.
Ever wished for a meal in heaven and thought how it would be, Café OMG! can take you through an experienceFood
With something or the other coming up every day in Connaught Place, it’s Umang Tewari’s Café Oh My God (OMG) which has made a place for itself in the heart of the city. Located in F-Block of Connaught Place, as soon as you start climbing up the stairs, you’ll see an angel fairy welcoming you. The staircase looks a little shady; you can’t really decide what is that the doors will open for you. As soon as you enter the place, and get the first look, you will feel as if you have entered a film city set of a heaven shoot.
Chi!! As its name, the place is simple, sweet and cozy. Chi Asian Cookhouse, located on the first floor, opposite Janpath in Connaught Place has an airy, summery feel to it. Offering authentic Asian cuisine in the heart of Delhi, you enter into a classy, sober, subtle décor. Done up in white bricks and providing a seating space of approx. 70-80 pax, the place can definitely be in the list of your fav hangouts in CP. A few random splashes of yellow, bottle green, turquoise, blue are soothing to the eyes. A shelf holding multiple jars with coloured beans is what surely catches your attention, and of course the name of the restaurant written in yellow on a bright bottle green background makes for a selfie-perfect background. A large bar on the left offers a wide range of exotic drinks and the kitchen with a glass window at the end, styles the surroundings well.
A group of friends with me went looking around for a snack before we started with our frantic shopping spree in CP and hopped into this new place with much anticipation. Flipping through the menu, the a la carte offers a platter of Asian savouries and their newly launched Sunday Dimsum Brunch is an excellent option to choose. So, the ultimate foodies that we are, we decided to go for the dimsum brunch and much to our hope, the fixed menu has a lot on the plate to offer.
Teddy Boy– a gastropub inspired from British subculture – is an ode to the classy pubs of 1950s that were extremely popular among the youth of Britain. Teddy boy (or Ted) was the name given to any young man of this subculture that was characterised by their Edwardian dressing sense (normally drape jackets, drainpipe trousers, a brocade waistcoat, and a narrow tie, with their hair neatly done up, usually in the form of a quiff) and a liking for rock-and-roll music.
The interiors, the menu, and the theme of the restaurant are all dedicated to the Teddy boy subculture. Proof of this are the big British flag on the right hand side wall as you enter and vintage pictures of Teddy boys on the menu. The interiors of the Pub have been done up quite stylishly, the plain brick walls creating a laidback atmosphere and big couches providing comfort for seating. Even the lighting, which uses dim tungsten bulbs adds to this relaxed feeling. We also noticed a large wall clock and wall mountings of antlers (not sure if they were real). The exceptionally high ceiling also lends a royal, rich feel.
Push the marble
Feel that fizz
You’re ready to Bunta!
Sounds familiar? A drink which makes you nostalgic about your childhood memories, the carefree days spent playing chupan chupai or Ludo with your friends!
Now, I am gonna tell you about a bar which makes you nostalgic about your carefree and happy school days when we used to going to the nearest general store and could fondly ask for kanche vaali bottle…yes, those were the days!! I felt that reminiscence when I entered Bunta Bar, located at downtown Dilli, Janpath, Bunta Bar effortlessly transforms itself from day to night. As I entered I saw Bunta bottles all over the place from the entry to the celing…yes everywhere! In total, there were 4500 bunta bottles which were made-to-order for this place! A big branding of Bunta Bar with a painted peacock around it caught our attention as we made our way! Differential seating, colourful couches, backrest and high seating chairs! A DJ console out a truck…wow…that was ultimate!
Cafe Hawkers in Connaught Place is situated in a cosy, comfortable set up, a very colourful, funky & lively one indeed. Since hawkers are a worldwide famous concept and gather foodies on road with their specialties, Cafe Hawkers is easily accessible and is a very cutely designed paradise formatted into a small and cosy cafe.
The restaurant is very simple & cute actually the cutest I have come across. It is full of fun elements with colourful furniture, wooden carts, tables & cushions and made livelier with funky walls which had drawings of burger van, cotton candy cart and French fries on wheels. It’s a lovely, happy & merry place owned by Kanchan & Shruti Kapoor, coming from the legendary group of Gola Sizzlers.