Located in the heart of the city on Sansad Marg, near the Parliament House complex, The Park kick-started from Friday its Bengali food festival, Kolkata’s Adda, that will end on Navami, next Sunday. The buffet offers a wide range of authentic Bengali cuisine and will be available both for lunch and dinner.
The showpiece restaurant Mist with its serene surrounding offers some of the best settings to enjoy the food festival. The ambience at Mist is cool and calm and the outdoor pool heightens the fluidity of the menu. The ever-smiling staff made it an ideal environment for a family lunch.
Executive chef Abhishek Basu is new in the national capital. For him, the Bengali food festival during the Durga Puja was the best way to impress the foodies of the city.
“I am new to the city. And since this is the time for Durga Puja festival, I felt it would be great to have a Bengali food festival. We have tried our best to serve the traditional and old forgotten Bengali fare. We promise to rustle up innovative recipes using age-old ingredients like mango-ginger and kasundi (mustard),” Basu told IANS.
True to Basu’s words, it is the smell of mustard oil, one of the main ingredients in Bengali cuisine, that hits you first when you enter the Mist. It is time to dig in. While the main course is authentic Bengali, the restaurant offers a wide range of Indian and Mediterranean salads. But I won’t be wasting my time.
I headed off to the fry counter. The aloo bhaja was crisp while the beguni (batter fried aubergines and onions) were juicy, perfect to start my ‘Adda’. Keema ghugni (hand chopped mutton mince with green peas) and kathi rolls, two street food favourites, were the surprise package.
It was then time for the main course, which will be rotation-basis during the festival. I started with stuffed luchi and cholar dal. The cholar dal was sweet and had bits of coconut and raisins, while the luchi was delicately soft. It reminded me of the Ashtami morning breakfast that we generally look forward to after offering the ‘Anjali’. The smell of ghee bhat (rice with butter) was tempting, so was the chicken pulao.
What followed next were aloo posto (stir fried potatoes with poppy seeds), rui macher kalia, chingri macher malai curry (prawns in coconut milk) and kosha mangsho. It was lip-smacking.
My tummy was almost full, but like all food-loving Bengalis, I have a sweet tooth as well. Misthi doi, chanar payesh, chomchom and patishapta (pancake with cocunut filling) — and the plate was overflowing.
Chef Basu made sure that I finish it off with noten gurer icecream. It was time for me to leave and the restaurant was overflowing.
Location: Mist, The Park, Connaught Place
Cost: Meal for two – Rs.2600 plus taxes (without alcohol)
Timing: Lunch (12.30 p.m.-3 p.m.) and Dinner (7.30 p.m.-11 p.m.)
Rating: *** (out of five stars)
For more upcoming food festival in Delhi NCR please visit Events section of Buzzintown (dot) com site.
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Hey party animals of Bangalore, are you ready to rock this weekend? If you are looking for hot & happening nightlife events with full-on entertainment this weekend & upcoming weeks in September then your search ends here.
So, what are you waiting for…?? Grab your party shoes, deck up & get ready to enjoy hot DJ night & Disco parties at some of the best nightclubs in Bangalore like Le Meridien Hotel, I-Bar – The Park, Counter Culture, Pebble – The Jungle Lounge…
Friends, lets check out ‘whats up’ on Bangalore nightlife scene this weekend...
Big Barley Sunday Brunch
Event Date: Sep 01, 2013
Event Venue: Barleyz – The Brew House, 2/3, Above Pantaloons, Sony World Junction, 80 Feet Road, Koramangala, Bangalore
Big Barley Sunday Brunch. Featuring DJ Ivan. For 2 years we rocked your world on Wednesday nites and now I’m back together with RO to bring you the BIG BARLEY SUNDAY BRUNCH!! It’s gonna be the complete Sunday takeover at 12 noon as you step into a new world of unlimited amazing food & drinks, while I spin a legendary set of the coolest Future Disco Sounds on a sprawling 20000 sq ft terrace!!
They’ve got the best drinks & cocktails the city has to offer! Home Brew Beers, Whiskey,Vodka, Mojitos, Cocktails and and a live chef counter for savory meals!! Dress your best and get there early for one crazy Sunday afternoon!!
Something Relevant Live
Bangalore Nightlife Event Date: Aug 31, 2013
Event Venue: Counter Culture, 2D2, 4th Cross, Dyavasandra industrial area, Whitefield Road, Bangalore
Something Relevant – pay tribute to the Godfather of Soul- James Brown. With some 800 songs in his repertoire, James Brown has influenced contemporary artists from virtually every popular music genre – rock, soul, jazz, R&B included. His polyrhythmic funk vamps virtually reshaped dance music, and his impact on hip-hop, in particular, was huge.
Something Relevant, are an indie band that writes simple songs, and douses them with heavy jazz, RnB and Afro influences. At first, the band sounds like a straight up indie rock band, but if you listen closely, you hear the band members bring their individual influences to the table and put their unique stamp on things, much like jazz musicians do.
Saturday Night Fever
Saturday Night Event Time: 07:00 PM
Event Venue: 4 Palace Cross Road, Sankey Road, Vasanth Nagar, Bangalore
The best dance and party music stuck in a disco time warp. Some of the country’s best dance bands and DJs keep the magic of the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s alive every Saturday night packed with a festive vibe straight out of a Goan Carnival!
Four Strokes Live
DJ Night Party Date: Sep 01, 2013
Event Venue: Take 5 Lounge, 957, 12th Main, Off 100 Feet Road, Behind Sony World, Indiranagar, Bangalore
Started in 2006, Four Strokes’ music is a free interpretation of Rock n’ Roll, Rock, Blues and Jazz roots. It’s hard to define the music of Four Strokes as the members of the band are influenced by a large variety of bands and music styles. Four Strokes is open to all kinds of music and allow their experiences in other genres to influence their performance. The band has created a name for itself, one which is synonymous to fun and energetic live performances, which are technical as well as melodic and have emerged and evolved to suit various portfolios and provide a satisfying musical experience. The band comprises of: Gerard Besterwitch : Guitar & Vocals, Joe Louis : Guitar, Harmonica & Vocals, Charles Reigo : Bass & Vocals, Mark Besterwitch: Drums
Disco Vibes Live
Disco Party Date: Sep 01, 2013
Event Venue: Le Meridien Hotel, No 28, Sankey Road, P.B. No. 174, Bangalore
Get ready for a extravagant night with Disco Vibes ft. DJ Gothika, DJ Arun & DJ Sudatt.
Karaoke Night with KJ Kamal
Karaoke Night Event Date: Sep 03, 2013
Event Venue: Xtreme Sports Bar – Kammanhalli, No. 30, 4th Main, Kalyan Nagar, HRBR Layout, 2nd Block, Bangalore
Xtreme Sports Bar Kammanahalli Presents Corporate and Karaoke Night with KJ Kamal. All Kroakers Get A Shooter and Corporate’s Get Happy Hour till 10:00 PM.
Nightlife Event Date: Jun 19 – Dec 11, 2013
Event Venue: Geoffreys, No.1, Hotel Royal Orchid, Airport Road, Bangalore
Mid week Madness Every Wednesday….! With DJ Vibin. Free drinks for ladies till 10 PM. For Guest List call on 9845478069 / 25205566.
Where do you plan to party this weekend? Tell us in the comments section below.
Keep Buzzin’ & Happy Weekend!
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Everybody speaks about diet plans to lose weight. Have you ever faced a situation to put on weight? Well, if your answer is yes, this is for you. A fair amount of population is suffering from under weight, lean figure and like obesity; Sub-Zero size is not good either.
There are many people who always wanted to add a few kilos to look rounder and healthier. Unfortunately, they fall prey to unnecessary supplements and unhealthy junk food to put on weight. Presented are some ideas to put on weight in a healthier way.
Special Diet for the Vegetarians
Increase the amount of carbohydrates you eat to gain weight as a vegetarian.
Ensure that 60% of your daily calories come from carbohydrates.
Add a serving of grains, such as white rice or oatmeal, to each meal.
Try eating a pasta-based dish to help you get carbohydrates and gain weight.
Once in a while feel free to have pizza! Now who does not love cheese oozing pizza?
Consume enough protein in your meals to help you put on weight.
10% of your daily calories should be protein
Beans and nuts are quality sources of protein for a vegetarian diet.
Dry fruits have more calories than the fresh fruits. Have a bowl of dry fruits every day.
Milk, Yogurt should necessarily be a part of your daily routine. Butter and Cheese can be consumed without any guilt.
Snacking – Everyone loves this idea, but only a few have the luxury of having it. Here the whole point is to “Snack Healthy”. Don’t indulge on Chips and other junk items too often, although you have more scope than others who are obese.
Milk Shakes, Fruit juices and Soya Milk
Peanuts, Almonds and Walnuts are a great source of protein and healthy fats.
For others (means non – vegetarian people)
For others, there is a much greater variety. All the above mentioned plus the ones that are recommended below…
One can indulge in Salmon, Tuna, Egg, Chicken and Meat.
Food habits that help you gain weight
Chew your food well. It improves digestion. Avoid beverages like coffee, colas during the meal or immediately after one. Ensure you do not put anything more than 5 KGs a month. Keep a tab of your weight increase regularly.
Do you have any tips and suggestions to share? Great, our comments section is waiting for you J
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Mouth watering aloo tikki station by Sharmaji
Crispy dosas – must try!
Mineral water gola counter – relive your good old childhood days. The child in you would definitely love it.
As mentioned in our previous post here he is – Golgappa wala on a bicycle!
Kathi rolls stand – huge hit among the visitors.
Soft & spongy Naans
One more street food delicacy – Vada Pav.
Everything was worth sinking your teeth into. One stomach is certainly not enough
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M Cafe, the restaurant at Bengaluru Marriott has organized a ‘street food festival – The Streats‘ for the food lovers in Bangalore. The event which started on Aug 19, 2013 will continue till Aug 31st.
When we talk of street food, several things come to mind. On one hand you think of mouth watering gol gappas, bhel puri, dosa, pav bhaji, vada paav and on the other hand we would be worried about the quality of oil and other ingredients used by the hawkers. The idea behind Marriott’s street food fest is to provide the same street food with authentic taste but with the quality and hygienic environment of an international hotel.
As soon as you enter the hotel premises, you get a warm welcome by the ever courteous Marriott’s staff. We were personally received by the GM Mr. Matthew Cooper, a veteran in the hospitality industry. After a brief introduction, Matthew spoke about Indian street food, New Delhi in particular; giving a vivid explanation of his experiences with the streets of New Delhi. Being a foodie himself, Matthew spoke at length about the various Indian foods he’s loved all these years and how they have tried to bring the same to Marriott as part of this food festival and entertain the taste buds of Bangalore’s foodies.
The street food stalls were set up in the open lounge area.
The first stall was Gola Counter. The stall had its front area designed to give a touch of the dhaba. The posterior of a truck was nicely painted on the counter with the memorable words ‘Horn – ok’ Please giving you the highway feel. The stall had various colored bottles nicely placed in line with matkas on either side. Ice golas are a hot favorite with kids and adults alike and anybody who has had it in their childhood will remember the good old days licking on a icy cool gola from a street hawker. And when was the last time you had a perfectly healthy ice gola made using mineral water?
The next stall was named Sharma ji ke aloo tikki.
Freshly cooked Aloo tikki mixed with chole was an instant hit among the present crowd and it received very good reviews by then present journalists and bloggers.
The next stall had kathi rolls. Delicious veg and non veg kathi rolls freshly prepared and served hot. The kathi roll stall had a cutout of an auto rickshaw with Bollywood film Heroine poster on it.
Next in line was the Chat Station. It was named Pappu golgappe wala. Chat station served Gol gappe, Bhel puri, Sev Puri and other chaats. The chaats were in huge demand among the guests and the attendant staff had a tough time catching up with the beeline of people waiting for some chaat. One of the hotel staff was actually moving across the hotel lounge on a bicycle with a huge sack carrying ingredients for chaat.
The last counter was Satya Sai dosa center. Real South Indian style Masala Dosa, Uttappam, Mysore Dosa and several other dosas served fresh and hot.
The cuisines were street style but the chef had tweaked the taste a bit and added their own touch to it. Extreme care was taken to ensure the food was not too spicy or unhealthy. The hotel staff was extremely warm and on toes to ensure none of the guests felt unattended.
If you are missing the street food and are afraid to eat outside this monsoon, Marriot Whitefield is the place you should be. This event is a must visit so miss it at your own risk!
Watch the videos here
Happy eating dear foodies.
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Prawns are very popular house hold sea food!!!
This Indian dry prawn with green leaves is really too tasty and almost require no effort because cooking prawn takes very short time. So if you are really sea food lover you can’t resist your appetite for this yummy mouth watering recipe.
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Coocking Time 5 Minutes
20 large raw King Prawns with shells intact
1 Garlic clove, chopped
125g plum tomatoes, chopped
50g spanish leaves, tough stalks removed
50g watercress , tow stalks removed
1 tablespoon lemon juiceSalt and Pepper
Heat a large saucepan, spray it with the oil, add the prawns and garlic and season to taste, cover tightly and cook, shaking the pan from time to time for about 3 minutes or until the prawns are cooked.
Now add the tomatoes, rocket, sprinch and watercress and stair until whited. Squeeze over the lemon juice and check the seasoning.
Serve: Serve in hot with french bread if liked.
Now if you are looking for best Place to get prawn curry recipe Instantly then visit restaurants in Bangalore like Beijing Bites, Hungry Budha, Mainland China, De Noble House to get this prawn curry recipe.
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In India summer and monsoon months are the harbinger of a variety of luscious fruits. Here are some fascinating facts about the goodness of fruits you may not know of…
Fruits are low on calories, cholesterol, salt and fat and high on fibre, vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals. They require no cooking, are delicious, easy to eat and also make for guilt-free snacking! Including them in your diet can actually lower your risk for several diseases like certain cancers, stroke, heart disease etc. Generous doses of fruit massages can make you younger by many years. Find out more about fruits and their benefits:
Benefits of Eating Banana
The humble banana is a storehouse of goodness: It contains Vitamin A, iron, potassium, carbohydrates and phosphorus. Rich in fibre, banana benefits include maintaining normal heart function and blood pressure, reduces constipation and can even reduce the intensity of menstrual cramps and pain. Mash bananas to make a face mask for a satin smooth and wrinkle free skin.
Benefits of Eating Papaya
Golden papayas contain papayin, an enzyme known for its exfoliating properties. While a papaya mask helps reduce acne, wrinkles and sun spots eating the fruit enriches your body with fibre, folate, and Vitamins A, C, K and E. Eating the fruit prevent the oxidation of cholesterol, regulates bowel movements, prevents colon cancer, strengthens the immune system and protects from Macular Degeneration.
Benefits of Eating Kiwi Fruit
The fleshy green kiwi fruit comes speckled with black seeds and more Vitamin C than an orange. Known to reduce the severity of respiratory disorders like asthama, wheezing etc, this tropical emerald also works as an antioxidant and is rich in carotenoids. As a beauty aid the application of pureed kiwi reduces scars, reduces skin irritation and makes a soothing eye mask. It has anti-ageing properties and aids rejuvenation.
Benefits of Eating Watermelon
The watermelon contains 92% water. It is a great cleanser, toner, sun-block and it also hydrates the skin. Smash it into pulp and apply on the face. It contains lycopene which imparts the red colour to the fruit and a gentle blush to the skin. Rich in potassium, the watermelon is a heart friendly fruit and a known diuretic. It also protects against certain cancers.
Benefits of Eating Strawberries
Strawberries are rich in Vitamin C and renowned as an antioxidant. Strawberries contain Polyphenols which are found to help regulate blood sugars. The phytonutrients found in strawberries have anti-inflammatory properties. A great exfoliant, strawberry face masks can fight acne, diminish oiliness and reduce under-eye puffiness leaving your skin satin soft.
Eat Fruits and Stay Healthy
One interesting thing is that eating more fruits, veggies can help kick the butt. Remember, eating fresh, whole fruits (without additions) will not only maximize taste and flavour, but also provide maximum nutritional benefits.
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For most people the word dosa conjures up vivid images of wafer thin, crisp and perfectly golden dosas served in South India. We will introduce you to it’s thinner and fairer cousin…
The Neer Dosa or steam dosa is icy white, extremely thin in texture and appears porous to the eye. This classic Udipi dish on the Mangalorean menu is a hot favourite purely because it is so easy to make. The batter (unlike dosas) does not need to be fermented and neer dosas can be whipped up in a jiffy!
Watered Down Crepe…
Neer in Kannada means water, which refers to the watery texture of this dosa batter. 2 cups of raw rice is soaked in equal proportions of water for about 3 hours. It is then ground with a cup of water and (3 tbsp) grated coconut till smooth. Another 2 cups of water is then added to the batter and set aside for an hour.
Heat a non-stick pan and pour a ladle of the batter, swirl and tilt the pan so that the batter spreads thin. Sprinkle a few drops of oil and cover the dosa with a plate allowing it to cook in steam. Traditionally the Mangaloreans make it on a thick iron griddle called henchina kallu.
Neer Dosa is served folded like a handkerchief. It goes best with piping hot sambar and chutney (either coconut, coriander or tomato). For die-hard non-vegetarians neer dosa is the perfect accompaniment to spicy mutton, chicken or fish curry. It can also be stuffed with powdered jaggery and coconut to give it a sweet twist.
If your mouth is already watering, follow us on the neer dosa trail: where you can find the best dosa places in the Garden City of Bangalore ?
- Sana-Di-Ge restaurant is tucked away in Goldfinch Hotel, on Crescent Road and ranked as one of the few restaurants serving the best neer dosas in Bangalore. The soft, pliable dosas are complemented with rawa fried Bolanjir (silver fish), kori (chicken) stew or bangude (mackerel). Sana-Di-Ge is almost plush in setting.
- Maiyas restaurant in Malleswaram rolls out the signature Udipi Neer Dosa with a flourish. Service is quick, and the ambience is far from posh, but clean. The piping hot filter coffee served in silver plated tumblers and makes for a good finale to the neer dosa feast!
- Another restaurants known for its delicious Mangalorean fare is Pingara Family Restaurant in Koramangala. Far from a “family” restaurant, there’s a dimly lit bar in one corner. Attentive service vies with reasonable pricing and long, hungry queues.
- Check out the neer dosa served at Swathi restaurant (west of chord road in Rajaji Nagar) . 5 pieces are priced at Rs 70 and it is served with their in-house specialties like chicken kundapura, chicken sukka, tawa fried chicken or seasonal seafood like fried pomfret, anjal or kane.
- Coconut Grove Grand in Malleshwaram’s Mantri Square serves neer dosa with a choice of mutton curry, chicken gravy, prawn curry, seer fish (approximately Rs. 150) or a veg curry (Rs. 60) swathed in coconut milk.
Next time you’re in Bangalore, don’t miss out on this treat…Just visit to restaurants in Bangalore to find the kind of food you are looking for.
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In the ever changing cycle Monsoon came with sweet drops of rain, pushing slowly to hot summer with pleasant cooling breeze. As regular fashion every season, every festivals of India brings a lot of food variety along with them when they arrives.
Welcoming to Monsoon in Mumbai be cool cool and have a look on Monsoon food festivals of Mumbai.
1. Desi Food Fest In Mumbai
So when it comes to desi food it is really interesting. Spices & Flavours of Mumbai at Ambala Joshi Marg, Hamam Street, Rajbahadur Mansion, Fort organizes Desi food feast. Don’t forget to visit for Panki Chatni, Mung Dal Chilla, Paneer Chilla, Bajri Khichu, Corn Handvo, Bajri Uttappam, Sabudana Khichadi, Sabudana Patties-Peanut Sauce, Dal Dhokli, Satpadi Roti-Gatta nu Shak, Shrikhand with Bedai Roti-Alu Shak, Rasse Wala Aloo and Tukkad, Panchkuti Dal-Lasun Tar Tariya & Tukkad, Fada Ni Khichdi and many more.
Venue: Spices & Flavours, Ambala Joshi Marg, Hamam Street, Rajbahadur Mansion, Fort, Mumbai
Event Time: Till 28th June 2013
2. Gujrati Food Fest
Gujrati food has always been known for its high nutritional value that serves both your taste as well as your health. Typical Gujarati food comprises of some lip-smacking and delicious dishes so as to offer you with some different flavors and dishes. The delectable and scrumptious Gujarati cuisine offers you with a decent variety of dishes that are prepared with an absolutely distinctive cooking style.
You can bite into delicious gujrati specials like Panki chutney, Fada ni kichdi, Corn Handvo, Sabudana Kichdi,/sabudana Patties, Dal Dhokli, satpadi roti & gatta nu shak, Shrikhand with Bedai Roti-Alu Shak in Gujrati food fest.
3. Royal Hyderbadi Food Festival
Hyderabadi food especially Hyderabadi Biriyani is most famous food in South India. Royal Hyderabadi cuisine also draws on Arabic influences. Spices and herbs traditionally used in Andhra and Marathwada cuisine complement the meat to create a divine mix. Dum preparations that bring alive aromas of the spices from Golconda and Charminar and culinary delicacies like Murg Hyderabadi Seekh, Murg Paakeeza Kathi Kebabs, Khatta Murg Masala, Pudina Paneer and Mutton Hyderbadi Kacchi Biryani recreate a memorable Nawabi dining experience.
Event Venue: Jyran – Sofitel Hotel,Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra (E), MumbaiEvent
Time: Till 30th June 2013
4. Singapore Food Festival
The Finest Flavours of Singapore at JW Marriott Mumbai! Familiarize yourselves with Singaporean cuisine cooked by our expert Chef Thanabalan.
Come and experience mouth-watering preparations of the signature dishes like Singapore Seafood Laska which is a preparation of thick coconut soup, mixed seafood, bean curd, quail egg, bean sprouts, and vermicelli noodles. One can also relish a delightful dish, Sambal Prawn, prepared with fresh prawns sauteed with Singaporean chili paste and many more…
Summer is a wonderful time to prepare cool appetizer. If you are looking for easy party appetizers then Appetizer fest in Mumbai is the right place to Bite into delicious starters at Elbo room. Enjoy Veg Nawabi, Nachos, Crispy Thread Paneer,Grilled Chicken Sausages, Rangooni Kebab, Honey Smoked Chicken, Korean Lamb Chilly, Fish & Chips, Prawn & olive stick, Smoked Paneer Balsamic, Lebanese Shawarma, Chicken Wings on fire, sesame King Prawns, Crab, Chicken Chilly, Crispy Calamari.
Event Venue: Elbo Room, Sant Kutir, Behind Levis Showroom, Linking Road, Khar, Mumbai
Event Time: Till 20th July
Pasta is the simplest of Italian foods. It is the most widely known and can be found all over the world. Now a great pasta fest in Mumbai. Bite into delicious pasta’s at Spices & Flavours. Enjoy delicious pasta’s like Alfredo, Mixed Sauce, Green Pesto, Sizzling Pasta, Creamy Cheese Ball pasta, Nepolitana Pasta, All in one pasta, Paneer Tikka Pasta, Corn & Spinach Lasagne, Bake Corn Spinach, Veg Cannelloni.
7. Tandoor Fest
Indian recipes are complex in flavor, known for its wide variety of spices used to create the many dishes. In Mumbai Tandoor fest enjoy the delicious Tandoori Fest at Saffron Bay. Bite into tandoori delights like Tandoori Chicken, Murgh Tikka Angare, Pahadi Kebab, Murgh Malai Tikka, Raan-e-Tandoor, Mutton Chop, Mahi Re Mahi, Badshahi Jhingha, Sanson Machchi, Seekh Kebab Lucknowi, Paneer Tikka, Chote Nawab, Firagni Pasand, Broccoli Gulbahar, Malai Seekh Kebab.
Event Venue: Saffron Bay, 39B, Chowpatty Seaface, Charni Road, Mumbai
Event Time: 02 Jun – 23 Jul 2013
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