Menezes Braganza House – Goa

Goa is a beach lovers delight. Warm balmy weather, white sandy beaches and the waves crashing by the shore make it a paradise location in India. Frequented by Indians as well as the global population, it is quite the party place and has a firm footing on the global map as a holiday destination. But,…

Karavalli

Bangalore has become a frequent pit-stop lately owing to work and thus, has given me more opportunities to explore local food places there. In my earlier posts, I have written about Nagarjuna’s for their Andhra style Banana leaf meals, Brahmins Idli Cafe and Vidhyarti Bhavan, a place famed for its dosas in Bangalore. These are…

Andhra Style Banana-Leaf Meal

I travelled to Bangalore, Karnataka last week for work. Now, there is no one to say that if you are traveling for work, you cannot find a little bit of time for some self-indulgence, right? My self-indulgence? Finding local, speciality food places – need not be fine-dine or proper restaurants but food that brings forth…

Sharda Bhavan – A South Indian Food Journey

We all have those special places that somehow become a part of our life and unknowingly, they become habits…Something that we cannot really part with. We may not visit them at times in between but they still remain in our memories and the moment when we step foot there again, it’s as if we never…

Brahmins – Bengaluru

  Bangalore happened a couple of days back when I had to be there for a day for work. A series of meetings lined up and no scope for a lunch break, my dad suggested we head to a local place called “Brahmins” for a quick snack. My father had frequented the place on earlier…

Ganesha – The festival of the Elephant God

Ganesha – more commonly known as the Elephant god is one of the first gods to be prayed and worshipped at any celebration in Hinduism. Only post prayers to him do the main rituals start. Ganesh Chaturthi – is a festival that celebrates the presence of Ganesha and every year, sometime in the months of…

The Kite Festival of India

India is a country that boasts of a multitude of festivals. Every community, religion, sect have their set of beliefs, occasions and events that are celebrated with much pomp and splendor. It would take possibly more than a hundred posts if I were to experience and pen down all the festivals and happy events that…

The “Sadya” Experience

This post marks the beginning of my new feature addition to the blog. While my blog is made up of posts on my travel experiences as well as a bucket load of recipes, this new additional feature will basically comprise of majorly my food or dining experiences around. And no, these are not aimed as…