Tag: gurgaon

The Street Art of Mangar Village – A Hidden Gem Near New Delhi

An idyllic Indian village, Mangar is a picture-perfect destination brimming with exotic locals, a thriving street-art scene, and a few surprises hidden in its nooks and corners. At first sight, Mangar comes across as a regular village, one of many that are often considered the lifeline of India. […]

Food | Sublym

With a modern chic décor comprising of soothing whites and grays, comfortable padded seating, and cool gentle lighting, it’s easy to mistake Sublym, at first glance, for a club. Motorized blinds that create a partition between tables, furniture and lights that are classy, and music at a conversational […]

Review – Spectra

I like walking into Spectra; the glass floor, the little entrance alley with the glass wine-rack walls, and then suddenly the vastness of a bright, shiny, and busy kitchen floor. Food is in the dead centre of the restaurant and the seating gets sidelined towards the edges – […]

Review – Biryani Art

I’ll be honest – I always am on the blog but just to reiterate the fact – in saying that off late I’ve become wary of small establishments that have cropped up in the hundreds across the city, mainly doing deliveries, having limited seating, with an atmosphere that […]

Review – Sushi Haus

I’ll admit I’m not one to order food for home-delivery on a normal basis. It’s only ever reserved for Pizza or when unexpectedly guests arrive. Out of pure experimentation, a little bit of research for a post I am doing, and because I had a few online food […]