I was pleasantly surprised when I came across the name of Gaggan – a Bangkok restaurant serving “Indian food reinvented with modern techniques”, which debuted at No. 17 on the Pellegrino World’s 50 Best restaurants list; and promptly marked it off as a bucket-list must-do.
Review of Spoon, by Alain Ducasse at The Intercontinental, TST.
Life in PoHo just seems to move more quietly, slowly and happily compared to the crazy city around it.
Two Indians joined a motley crew consisting of tourists from Canada, Sweden, America and France, to delve into the local cuisine of Hong Kong.
Descend from Wyndham Street, past an unassuming doorway, down four flights of tattered crimson carpet-covered stairs… for the best Chili Martinis in Hong Kong.
Mom’s recipe for the perfect cup of masala chai.
A quest to sample all the Michelin-starred French restaurants (2010) in HK island.
Celebrate a long hike (or simply some good weather) with a fantastic meal at Chuen Kee Seafood restaurant in Sai Kung.
For some reason, Maharashtrian cuisine is not widely found in ‘Indian’ restaurants across the globe. They tend to favour dishes from the northern or southern states of India, while the likes of sabudana vadas, kandat le sode, paplet kalvan, etc. are hard to come by.
It may not be “100% authentic”. But is is darned good!
Imagine… almost half way through the dinner, when you have already devoured half the quantity of food and most of the wine on the table, for someone to point to a plate which is set right in front of you, and make the observation “it’s still moving”!