Tag: restaurant

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 – Kyoto

Eating at Kyoto is a humbling experience. Kyoto being not the Japanese city, but a small restaurant in Gurgaon serving, you guessed it, Japanese food. It’s a quiet place in all respects; the guests are subdued, the decor is simple, the service is gentle. It’s a restaurant where […]

Book – Restaurant Babylon

If you’re familiar with the Babylon series by Imogen Edwards-Jones, then you’d have a fair idea of how the book will turn out to be even before you begin to read it. Similar to her previous books, Restaurant Babylon has Edwards-Jones working with a number of industry insiders, combined together as […]

Olive Bistro

Quirk is in and Olive Bistro is in the thick of it with an assortment of colourful tables and chair – some comfortable, others not so – plates and pots hanging off chandeliers, and a small cafe like appearance…
The food though is exciting with a myriad of ingredients that are added to classics to take them up a notch – mint leaves on our Lamb Pizza is a perfect example of this. But, and this one is with a big B, the food isn’t memorable.

Leaping Caravan

I have a heart burn that has stayed with me since last night. The last time I experienced a similar heart burn was when in school I found out that the girl I had a secret crush on for almost a year was already seeing someone. Fortunately, this […]

Farmout

You’re not going just discover Farmout (unless like me your pastime includes browsing through Zomato). It’s hidden on the first floor towards the back of Galleria Market in Gurgaon which in turn is filled with tiny food outlets that could give any food-street around the world a complex. […]