The HSR Layout outlet of Kapoor’s Cafe now has a beautiful new addition – a one-stop bridal shop! Here’s introducing Kapoor & Daughters!
Check out my detailed post, just in on my photo blog.
Considering our love for Pan-Asian food, the husband and I had been eagerly waiting for a chance to visit Misu on St. Marks Road. The place had been on my must-check-out list ever since it opened up, recently. Rave reviews of the food here by several food bloggers ignited the fire further. We decided to descend upon Misu one weekend, for lunch, and were not one bit disappointed. We absolutely loved the food we had here!
Check out my detailed post about our Misu lunch, just in on my photo blog!
Farzi Cafe had always been on my list of eateries to visit in Bangalore, thanks to a number of blog posts I have read praising the place. I was in awe of the very innovative ways in which the cafe presents its food. So, it was Farzi Cafe in UB City that we chose to celebrate the husband’s birthday recently, and headed to for lunch. True to the reviews that we had read, the cafe did dish up food in very different ways, but we, sadly, ended up underwhelmed by the whole thing.
Read all about our experience of lunching at Farzi Cafe, on my photo blog!
The moment anyone gets to know about the trip we recently undertook to parts of North-East India, the first question they usually ask is – ‘What did you eat there? I have heard there is no vegetarian food to be found there!’. Now, after our brief sojourn in the North-East, I know that this is a myth – of course, there is vegetarian food to be found there! The husband and I had the same doubts, the same apprehensions, before we undertook this journey – all laid to rest now.
Check out my detailed post about our vegetarian food and drink journey in Shillong, where we stayed for a couple of days during this trip!
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!
Have you visited the Vana Durgai temple at Kathiramangalam, a short drive away from Kumbakonam? The temple was one of the pit-stops we made on our recent trip to Kumbakonam.
Today’s travel shot is from the grounds of this very temple. Check out the picture, just in on my photo blog!
I am sure every person who has ever dreamt of going to North-East India has read about the living root bridges that are common in this part of the world. These bridges, made by joining the roots of rubber trees (Ficus Elastica), are very much a part of living trees and are, in consequence, live too.
Read all about our experience visiting the amazing living root bridge across the river Thyllong, in Nohwet, Meghalaya!
We fell in love with Shillong at first glance. As we explored the place, a little on foot and a little by cab, this love only deepened.
Shillong is a popular tourist destination, and it was teeming with people when we visited. We were lucky, though, to manage some off-the-beaten-track experiences here, along with checking out the local tourist spots.
Would you like to know which experiences in Shillong we loved the most? Here you go!
While holidaying in Meghalaya, one of the husband’s and my favourite pastimes was playing hide-and-seek with the clouds. Like two excitable kids, we would shout out – ‘Look, there come the clouds!’. We would watch, fascinated, as the clouds would blot out things as big as elephants from our line of vision, letting us see only that which they wanted us to see.
Check out a few ‘cloudy’ snapshots we took at Arwah caves, Cherrapunjee – just in on my photo blog!