After the highly successful Hauz Khas Social and Defence Colony Social, this Social Circuit, is ready to open its doors at CP, right above Odeon Cinema, and is called the Odeon Social. The place is done up to give a school like feel, with all prominent things you see in school, bringing those memories back, the only difference being, this school has a lot of cool quotient, as here you are allowed to drink, dance and enjoy a wide variety of food. Sounds like a dream school, isn’t it, and trust it me, it truly is. I felt privileged that I got a chance toRead More →

I have visited a lot many restaurants and amazing food joints, but this one is a class apart. From ambience, to the food and most importantly the novel concept, this place entices you through and through.Let me introduce you to ‘I Do Barbecue at Metro Grill by Jaypee Siddharth’. Metro Grill at Jaypee has introduced this very innovative concept ‘ I Do Barbecue’ which is synonym to DIY (Do it Yourself) and winters in Delhi has been the perfect time to launch this concept.The ambience is just beautiful and apt to spend a winter evening enjoying with your family and friends, its one of thoseRead More →

Weekend in other words means exploring new places to eat and spend fun time with family and friends. This weekend was no different, and I got a chance to visit this newly opened cafe and bar called the “Filmy Cafe & Bar by Deez”.Deez Biryani has been a synonym for best biryani for almost all Delhi Walas and I am no exception, so when I came to know about this new venture of theirs I got all excited.Filmy cafe & bar is a cosy place tucked away in one of the most prime locations in Delhi, i.e. Connaught Place and further more, it is veryRead More →

If I have to describe this recipe in two words- Simple and Amazing. And yes these two words perfectly describe this recipe, because its really simple to make and amazing to taste. So lets get started.. Ingredients: 1 packet corn kernnels( 200gms approx) 2-3 table spoons corn flour Oil for frying 1 table spoon oil 1 capsicum sliced 3-4 button mushrooms sliced 1/2 carrot, chopped 2 cloves chopped garlic 1 spring onion along with its greens 1 table spoon soy sauce 1 table spoon vinegar 1 table spoon chilly garlic sauce Salt to taste 1/2 tea spoon ajino moto. Directions: Take out the corn fromRead More →

How do you feel, when you visit an unknown place, for a cuisine you haven’t tasted before, and you are completely unaware of whats in store..?? You either come home disappointed or you come home pleasantly surprised.This Sunday, went by for me in a similar manner. We went for Guppy by ai, and I have to admit that I was completely unprepared in terms of what was I expecting. I had just no expectations, I had never tasted Japanese Cuisine before and didn’t know what it would be really like, would be spicy, would it be mild, what kind of appetisers, what soups, what mainRead More →

At the on set, I have to mention that this place is for those, who crave difference. If you want to experiment with your taste buds, don’t think twice, straight away head to Cress Bistro. Its a cosy place tucked away in the DDA market of Masjid Moth, GK3. The ambience is simply amazing and ideal to spend pleasant evenings as most of the seating is outdoors, though they do have some space available indoors just in case, you can’t handle the cold, especially in the coming few days 🙂 Now coming to food, for the starters, we ordered, Chipotle Chicken Tikka, Chiang Chui Chilly ChickenRead More →

A very very simple and interesting way to satiate your mid time hunger cravings… Ingredients( yields 6 muffins)1 medium onion chopped1 small capsicum chopped1 small tomato chopped2 eggs1/4 cup milk1/4 cup oil1/2 teaspoon baking powdersalt to taste1/2 teaspoon black pepper1/2 teaspoon chaat masala powder2 cubes grated cheeseDirections: Grease your muffin tray using some oil and keep it aside. Pre- heat you oven to 180 degrees C.In a bowl, mix all the chopped vegetables together.In another bowl, beat the eggs, add milk, oil and baking powder and beat them a little more. Now season it with black pepper, chaat masala, and salt( be careful of not usingRead More →

This one is a sure shot hit at my place, Its my son’s favourite and almost an every weekend affair. Ingredients: 250gm boneless chicken shredded into thin strips 1 table spoon ginger garlic paste 2 cloves garlics chopped 1 table spoon chilly garlic sauce 1 table spoon soya sauce 1 table spoon vinegar 1 teaspoon honey ½ teaspoon brown sugar 1 onion cut into rings 1/2 capsicum shredded into strips 1/2 teaspoon ajino moto 2 table spoon refined oil salt to taste For frying the chicken: 2-3 table spoons all purpose flour 1 egg 1/2 teaspoon black pepper powder 1/2 teaspoon salt a pinch ofRead More →

This cake is a true delight for the ones who want not just one but three flavours in a single cake..simply delightful… Ingredients for the cake: 10 heaped spoons flour 1/2 cup oil 1 cup castor sugar 3 eggs 1 spoon baking powder A pinch of baking soda 3 spoons curd 1 spoon vanilla essence Food colouring- red, green and orange

 Directions: Sieve together the flour, baking powder and baking soda. In another bowl, add sugar and eggs and beat them lightly. Add oil to this mixture. Now add the dry ingredients to this wet mixture, put curd and vanilla essence, mix nicely.  Divide thisRead More →

Ohh.. this is one of the best ways I use my leftover whipped cream and chocolate ganache( Sometimes, you just whip a little extra, and make some extra ganache too) or there are times when I need to purposely make my son is just too fond of them.. they simply get vanished in a matter of few minutes.. I am sure you all will enjoy making and eating them as much as I do..and its really simple and easy to make.. Ingredients:200ml whipping cream200 ml chocolate ganache1 table spoon gelatin2 tea spoons cold water2 tea spoons hot watera few chocolate chips, both dark andRead More →