This week of August starting today is a happy blend of festivals and holidays. Naturally it is going to be an excellent time to indulge in good food. Here we share with you some exciting places to explore this week.
Burrta Treat at D’Oliva
D’Oliva is an Italian Kitchen in South Delhi that has authentic Italian food on its menu. They have woodfired pizzas and handmade pastas. Right now they are hosting Burrata festival which is a must explore for those who love this cheese. Must try include- Burrata Salad, Burrata Pizza and Burrata Pasta. The pizza is juicy and delicious and is loaded with flavours.
Pind da Swad at Turban Tales
Turban Tales, the famous food chain of Mumbai has come to Delhi. Located at Palm grand hotel, Naraina Vihar, it also offers party catering. Quintessential for its famed 'Pind da Swad' experience, the food here will remind you of the numerous happy travels where you experienced Dhaba food in its true authenticity. It's royal desi serve ware and cutlery is another attraction. It has an extensive menu and the must try dishes include: Chilli Garlic noodles, Chicken Manchurian, Crispy Fried Chicken, Amritsari Chaap, Tandoori Chaap, Paneer Butter Masala, Kadhai Paneer, Dal Makhni, Butter naan, Garlic Naan and Pudina Paratha.
Order in from Pizzeria by Dali
A unit of the Dali chain, Pizzeria by Dali aims to bring home a fine dining Italian experience. Must try dishes from the menu include: Marinara, Pizza Basilco, Vegan Formaggi, Pesto Alla Genovese, Pizza Ferrari and Pisa Pepperoni pizzas. For those who are vegan, their range of vegan pizzas is truly amazing and innovative.
Family meal at Gola Sizzlers
Gola Sizzlers revives the nostalgia of the 90s when smokey sizzlers were the high point of dining out. The brand that began in 1988 has reinvented itself with a couple of new restaurant launches and redesigning of the menu. The extensive menu has everything from Indian to Chinese and Continental-exactly the kind of menu a typical Indian family loves.
Japanese food at Ginza, Aloft
At Ginza at Aloft in Aerocity one can enjoy authentic Japanese Cuisine by Chef Yashuhito Ono. Named after Tokyo's most famous upmarket shopping, dining, and entertainment district, its menu features a selection of sashimi and sushi alongside Japanese curries prepared with traditional ingredients by culinary artists. Chef Yashuhito Ono has combined traditional Japanese flavors and techniques to create a unique dining experience.
Sunday Brunch at Farmer's Basket, Pullman
One can visit their Sunday Brunch for a unique experience. At their farmer’s table they follow a “YOU CHOOSE, WE COOK” concept for guests. Here, the guests can pick from a wide range of fresh & organic ingredients, select the cooking & cuisine style – Indian, Asian or Continental and the chefs at the hotel cook dishes as per their preferences of taste and spices. Most of the produce used in the dishes are sourced from in-house 5000 sq. ft. kitchen garden.
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