The frequent “chai-chai” call at the railway stations and tea stalls in every nook and cranny of the country, to the classy tea parlours, tea has found its lover in every place and in every person. Be it summers or winters, Indians love their chai (tea), in all seasons. It has been a long journey
A cosy place with a very welcoming ambience, with a little of bit of France thrown in the decor and Italy on the menu, thats Grandamama’s Cafe for you. Visited the place for lunch with a friend to celebrate my birthday, and I didn’t mind waiting for an hour, as it was absolutely worth it.
Diwali is such an amazing festival. The streets are full of beautiful lights and crackers, and house is full of people and the sweets. We get the traditional sweets like laddu, jalebi or Kaju barfi from our neighbours but relatives living outside India usually come with bags full of designer and fancy sweets. Diwali is
They say, certain cuisines need a definite mood to be enjoyed. For many of us, enjoying the South Indian palate has more often been a select affair, but even after days of planning, it only took us a sudden whim to land up at the quaint Carnatic Cafe. Right at the corner of the New