So finally I made to this part of town but to visit another restaurant but to my bad luck it was closed. So all my plans (which included visions of what I would order!) were crushed and that’s when I realized there was a place I have never tried before and a little cajoling from
Pondicherry’s food culture reflects its chequered history and is a multi-cultural amalgamation of Tamil, French and Portuguese influences. Here’s my list of the restaurants to enjoy the different variety of food in Pondicherry: BAKER STREET – French Delicacies Store Baker Street is a popular French style bakery started in 2008. As Pondicherry is known for its French connections,
Everyone is looking for a catchy name for their business venture and so are restaurateurs and I for one find the name Mobydick to be a great name. It’s not because of the probable connection to the novel by the same name but by the sheer use of a classic name in this modern day.
Barbeque Nation is a name everyone is quite familiar with. They brought the concept of unlimited grills to Bangalore and there has been no turning back since 2007. I still recollect their first branch in Indira Nagar where I had my first meal at their restaurant with a few good friends and we ate for
Fisherman’s Wharf has been on my radar for a while now and this blog post is coming in quite late though I managed a 2nd visit within a span of one month. The first visit was intentional and I made time to specifically visit them for lunch as I had heard a lot about their food.
Sometimes a place beckons you with its catchy name and being in the popular food destination “Koramangala” in Bangalore definitely adds to the curiosity. Though I have been to many restaurants in and around Jyothi Nivas College, I have never given Dice N Dine an opportunity though I have visited their neighbouring restaurants many a time.
“Hoot” a very different sounding brewery caught my attention when they opened in Bangalore a while ago. However considering they are located about 22 kms away, I always hesitated driving all the way. Recently thanks to a few friends I got the chance to make my way here on a pleasant Sunday evening. I have never
What do you think of when you hear the name “The Terminal”? If you are an avid movie watcher like me then only one thing will pop in your mind and that’s the 2004 Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks film “The Terminal”. Definitely a classic and a great movie and having a restaurant after the
A long pending post for a lunch visit to the then “new Social” in town. Church Street Social set the trend in hangouts spots in Bangalore for youngsters as well as the young at heart with their unique and fun lounge. After their success in Whitefield they finally opened their social in the food hub
Everyone is looking to create a name in an otherwise stagnant F & B business and after the crop of Microbreweries, the next in line was Molecular Gastronomy. Though it is hard to miss Gloकal Junction on 12th Main Indira Nagar, I have always thought it is one of those places trying to fit into the current