Have you heard of two-dimensional architecture? The concept is to blend reality and illusion seamlessly—with white interiors creating a stark contrast with natural elements outlined in black.
Cup e Bong is a story of a boutique cafe, a handcrafted menu, and an inspiring tale of abundant positivity and cheerfulness amidst the burden of struggle.
Italian cuisines are popular in India due to the recent trend of globalization, thanks to few international brands. But the authenticity of the rustic flavors one can expect in the streets of Naples or Florence is not that common in the generic pizza joints of the city. In Kolkata, there are only a couple of pizzerias who retains the core value of Italian cuisine, and Fabbrica is one such option.
Drumroll., the first bespoke coffee roastery in the city is all set to brew its love and warmth over a cup of goodness.
Fabcafe strives to offers wholesome and nutritious food, inspired from traditional Indian cuisine. Instead of refined sugar, oil and wheat they cook with ghee, healthy alternative grains, unrefined jaggery and seasonal high fiber fruit and vegetables. All ingredients are organically, naturally and seasonally.
Kalimpong, one of the busiest tourists hub in North Bengal has lately came up some cute and cozy cafes and eateries which generally serve as the melting pot for the youngsters and folks of all ages. As a tourist these cafes are great options to enjoy local flavors too.
During my latest trip to Kalimpong, my culinary journey through Bhutanese cuisine at Za Khang was the most memorable one. Za Khang may be the only restaurant in India serving authentic Bhutanese cuisine.
The legendary canteen of Calcutta South India Club now houses Hyderabad’s well-known Roastery Coffee House. If you are a coffee fanatic then this is the best place in town for you. Food in the menu is equally interesting to accompany the caffeine beverages.
Momo I Am revolutionized from cafe to upscale eatery journey with opening of Salt Lake Sector V outlet, sprawling across few thousands square feet area.
Kolkata is famous for its street food like chop, cutlet and fish Fry. In every nooks and corners of the road you will find some street food shops. There are some shops who are selling these for more than 100 years. One of such legendary outlet is Mitra Cafe.