The first time I had Assamese food, it was at Gitika Saikia's home. I relished the sour tenga, burned my tongue on a bhut jolokia pickle and watched, fascinated, as she cooked chicken in bamboo shoots. It was an afternoon, and meal, to remember. Recently, I had another such meal, courtesy the two month-old O’ … Continue reading O’ Tenga: Assamese food, home-delivered
Go here to find your daily bread, and then some.
A visit to the home of the popular Bombay theatre snack, A-1 samosas.
“Bengalis call peanuts badam. They call almonds badam too.” We are at Chaat Stories, the newest entrant on the buzzing and food-filled Carter road stretch in Bandra. My dinner date is Yoshita, my friend, roommate and last word on all thing Bengali. She is responding to the look of surprise on my face as I … Continue reading Chaat Stories: Bengali snacks, in Bombay
Eating solo at Warsaw's hippest milk bar, Prasowy.
Get your cold treats at a new ice cream stall dishing up fun, innovative ice cream treats.
We cast our net and go fishing at Mahim at the new gomantak restaurant.