Over the weekend, I was invited to be part of a breakfast meet for food bloggers at No. 10 Fort Cochin, a relatively new eatery on the busy St. Marks Road in Bangalore. Along with some of my foodie friends, I had a grand time here, gorging on some typical Keralite fare.
Check out a detailed post about my experience, just in on my photo blog!
The husband and I recently had an ‘enchanted’ lunch at The Mad Teapot Cafe, Indiranagar, Bangalore.
What makes the place so special? What is the food like? How did we like the service? Read all about this in my detailed account of our experience, just in on my photo blog!
A chef who has trained under some of the most reputed institutions out there, who has a couple of television shows to his name, who is well recognised by all and sundry in Indian households, who has been a judge of the famed MasterChef India, who has been witness to some of the most exciting trends in the culinary world, who has had the opportunity to cook for the nation’s Prime Minister and the foreign dignitaries visiting him – that is Kunal Kapur for you, a celebrity in his own right. I consider myself lucky to have had the opportunity, recently, to attend a ‘Food Camp’ by the celebrity chef at the International Institute Of Hotel Management (IIHM), Bangalore.
I had gone to the event prepared with a set of questions for the chef, and was so glad I managed a little one-on-one conversation with him. Chef Kapur was happy to answer my questions, in his cool and composed and smiling manner.
Do read the little tete-a-tete I had with Chef, just in on my photo blog!
Earlier this week, I was invited to be a part of ‘Food Camp’ by celebrity Chef Kunal Kapoor at the International Institute of Hotel Management (IIHM), Bangalore. It was an opportunity I grabbed with both hands, because why would a foodie like me miss a chance to learn from a celebrity chef himself?!
Do check out a detailed account of my experience at the food camp, just in on my photo blog!
I recently got the opportunity to witness celebrated Chef Michael Swamy in action, at a cook-off organised by Fairfield By Marriott. It turned out to be a fun evening, as Chef Swamy, alongside Chef Aniket Das (Executive Chef at Fairfield By Marriott, Rajajinagar) demonstrated a few recipes from Maharashtra and Karnataka. The best part? The Chefs showed the audience, consisting of food bloggers and foodies, how to cook these dishes in a healthy way, without having to compromise on the taste.
Read a detailed account of my experience at the cook-off, just in on my photo blog!
Considering the love that I accord to tea, I was thrilled to discover this place called Chai Galli, in Brookefield, that is dedicated to tea. A swarm of food bloggers descended upon this place recently, on an invite, to check it out.
Do check out the latest post on my photo blog, all about our experience at Chai Galli.
After a successful innings in Whitefield (one outlet in Thubarahalli and one on ITPL Road), Kapoor’s Cafe launched a third outlet in HSR Layout recently. I was delighted to be given the opportunity to be part of the new outlet’s launch party, considering that I loved the food at the ITPL Road branch.
Check out my detailed post about the launch party and the food we were served, here!
I recently got the chance to dine at Flechazo, a new-ish Mediterranean-Asian buffet place in town. The place has been on my radar ever since it opened last year, and I am so glad I got a chance to visit now.
Check out a detailed account of my experience at Flechazo, here. Thanks!
Yesterday, on the auspicious day of Ugadi, I managed to recreate my favourite Lonavali ice cream from Ahmedabad. This ice cream is a tribute to the hill station of Lonavala, with bits of sesame chikki in it. It has a faint hint of rose to it, and makes for a gorgeous summer-time treat.
Check out my recipe, here!
Last week, I was part of a bloggers’ table at Echoes, a newly launched restaurant in Koramangala, Bangalore.
Now, this is not your average restaurant, let me tell you. This is a restaurant with a difference.
Would you like to know what makes this restaurant stand out from the rest, or how my experience at the place was like? Do check out a detailed account here!