The eternal debate about the supremacy of Kolkata and Hyderabadi biryani became unrestrained with the introduction of Paradise Biryani in Kolkata.
Uno Chicago Bar & Grill brings to the City of Joy a touch of Chicago with their legendary deep dish pizza. Was a great experience to be invited by Gourmet Passport to learn the art of making Deep Dish Pizza by Executive Chef Shireesh Singh and having hands-on to bake our own pizza. Aside this, the perfect opportunity to relish some culinary masterpieces of Uno’s.
With mural painting on the walls and dim lit atmosphere gives the underground warehouse vibes and DJ console located at the top corner of the ceiling, a new hub for the party animals. Levels — The Club, a gigantic 8,500 sq ft space opened doors in Sector V.
Freshly brewed coffee aroma always entices me and while roaming at Kormangala smell of freshly grounded coffee beans alerted my olfactory nerves. The Flying Squirrel is a modern cafe serving fresh coffee produced in their farms along with many savories.
First thing I asked to the restaurant manager is what Mamagoto means. What I understood this means “to play with food”. True to its name, Mamagoto is a fusion Pan Asian cafe with a relaxed and casual atmosphere where affordable Asian cuisine & drinks combine with quirky decor. Uniqueness for Mamagoto is not only lies in its name or menu but also the decor looks edgy and vibrant with its retro black and white tiles and the quirky Asian graphics and motifs make the space. Behind those walls inside their secret kitchen they deconstruct and reconstruct various Asian street food. There is so much freshness in their presentation and the ingredients in the platter. Its a bowlful of goodness.
We, Indians though travel round the world but our attachment and fascination towards Indian cuisine is like cohesive bonding. Mughali tops the chart among the various Indian cuisines and keeping this trend in mind we find so many outlets opening up to serve the connoisseurs. The question is how many actually touches the heart. The Feast Street brings to us the authentic Mughali cuisines, one can imagine to find only inside alleys of old Delhi.
We, like minded foodies are are always in hunt for the hidden gems at every corner of the city and recently we found out Dragon Shack. Few bloggers from PanchPhoron we invited to sample few delicacies from their new launches. Tucked at the quaint corner of Jessore Road this outlet produces Tangra-style Chinese dishes at par with Chinatown. A small sitting capacity majorly a delivery outlet but have variance in their menus. With the price tag in menu found this a great value for money.
In general pizza outlets uses electrical ovens for baking but the authentic way is baking inside the wood fire clay oven. For the wood fire pizza how to prepare dough is the trick as moisture needs to be retained.
Kulfis are years old innovation much before existence of ice creams. Reincarnated by few experts of Bombay Kulfi to bring this delicacy back to digitization era.
Red Bamboo Shoot is being one of the pioneers in city when it comes to Chinese cuisine. This time they went a step ahead to incorporate Indian and Mughlai cuisine in their menu. However, it still has its rough edges that needs to be polished. Though they have so many options in Indian menu but the issue is all their dishes tasted the same.