Colorful and Aromatic bylanes of Punjab - The Patiala Kkitchen, Noida Sector 18


The Patiala Kkitchen will transport you to a colorful and aromatic bylanes of Punjab. There is no spot here that is left blank. Spread across two floors with attractive hues, a huge seating space and prompt staff.


#Nofilter is Back with Some Great New Additions to the Menu


Some of you may have been regulars at this beautiful cafe located in SDA Market and must have been drifted when it shut about a year ago. Good News - No Filter is Back. I would not say it has transformed, but it definitely has new additions to the Menu.

THE HIDDEN CHINESE JEWEL - TSUI WONG RESTAURANT



At first, you might feel that Tsui Wong looks like an age old place and wonder what can they offer to pleasure the palate. But then considering that they have been around for more than 40 years, something must be out of the ordinary.

Magic, In-between slices of Bread.



If you happen to be passing by Vasant Kunj and want to grab a quick bite, make sure to take a pit stop at Big Fat Sandwich. Also known as BFS, Big Fat Sandwich serves genuine American cuisine and is primely located at Ambience Mall, Vasant Kunj. 

At BFS, You can choose from a wide array of sandwiches and customize them to a certain extent. BFS is one of the rare few joints where you have 7 bread choices for your sandwiches.

A Crave Buster for Indian Food - Patiala Tigers


The most loved European Bistro, Zu Tisch is now shut. I know we are all going to miss those Karoke Nights and German Sausages. It was a good hub for meetings and hanging out with friends. We are all going to miss it.. But look on the brighter side, there's one thing to be happy about.

After a huge success at 'The Palate Fest' this year, this new venture is a crave buster for Indian food offering delicious grilled meat. Its called "Patiala Tigers" and is run by the same team that brought Fat Lulu's to the city. We gorged on Talli Chicken infused with garlic, butter and rum based sauce at the Palate Fest and could not wait for them to open their outlet close by.


Indulge in Armenian Delights At Lavaash by Saby


Lavaash, is considered one of the oldest forms of bread which is fire baked flatbread from Armenia.The Armenian society in West Bengal goes back 300 years. While growing up, Chef Sabyasachi Gorai (also populary known as Chef Saby) studied in schools of Armenia and it was only months later after a thorough research, the talented young chef was transforming the kitchens of Olive. It was then, when he decided to start something of his own.

Passion, Art and Love are the keywords here. Both Chef Saby and Chef Megha are passionate, hard working and pay attention to fine details. They love what they do and it shows perfectly.