Embark on a gastronomical journey and let the gourmand in you surrender to the delectable flavours. Our favourite patisserie is now open in Vasant Kunj, making hearts melt with its freshly baked breads & cakes..
With classy interiors and an impressive outdoor seating, Roasted by Roseate offers 15 varieties of breads accompanied with exotic marmalade jams and flavoured butters to go with! .Making it delightful with the moreish cakes & freshly brewed coffee!
What’s brewing? Find out what’s inside your fortune cookie, I got mine @rbrvasantkunj @chef_anand_panwar
Just when the weather is perfect for a hot cup of coffee with the most beautiful view outside. Winters are the best time to indulge in delectable desserts, with a steaming hot cup of tea or coffee. Roasted by Roseate is an absolute cafe of delight! Pay a visit to experience the best hospitality in town! It’s located at Vasant Kunj
Lockdown has been tough for all of us, but surely the toughest for foodies. The news of Big Chill starting its delivery & takeaway, brings happiness to the Delhiites, who were literally counting days to be able to relish their favourite Penne Alla Vodka.
No, we aren’t dreaming, we will get to eat our favourite pastas, pizzas, shakes, mississippi pie & blueberry cheese cake at the comfort of your home.
SOURCE: Big Chill shared this good news on their Facebook page, bringing smiles to many!,They announced by posting “We hope you and your family have been safe and well during these trying times. It is with great joy and happiness that we announced our reopening. We have been waiting with keen anticipation to say this, and now we finally can…. WE’RE BACK!!’
WHEN WILL THEY START THE DELIVERY?: Currently, their kitchen is under sanitation process. They will initially start with their takeaway service and later with their food delivery service.
TAKEAWAY OUTLETS: Kailash Colony and Khan Market
TIMINGS: Between 11 AM to 6 PM and calling beforehand is suggested!
We are truly excited and can not contain our excitement! Hope to hog lots of pastas soon enough!See ya later!
Are you a tea lover? Do you rely on that small cup of tea to up your energy levels, just like me? Then I have got some amazing news for you. What if I told you that now you can get refreshing cold ice brews at a blink of an eye? Yes, you read it right! All you need is some cold water, TE-A-ME bags and your cool ice brew is ready in a jiffy. Whether you’re running late for work or getting tired at work, TE-A-ME ice brews are your go-to-buddy every time.
I got my hands on the newly launched Ice-Brew by TE-A-ME and I am so much in love with the flavours. It has become a part of my daily routine that I make sure to grab a cup both in the morning & in the evening. It’s so refreshing that a cup of TE-A-ME ice brew rejuvenates me totally and I feel super charged each time.
TE-A-ME can spoil you for choice. It offers five different flavors of ice brews – Lemon, Wild Berry, Peach, Mint Green and Lychee. Each one is a delicious new blend of fruits, herbs and all things nice. These are all-natural and super-healthy, giving a refreshing burst of goodness with every sip. Even better, they can be brewed in minutes, just using cold water.- no boiling required.
Let’s talk about some important points now.
HOW TO BREW THE PERFECT ICE-BREW IN JUST A FEW MINUTES:
Place the bag in a glass
Pour in water and ice. Stir it well
Voila! Your drink is ready to be served
*Add sugar if you prefer it sweeter
*The longer the bag stays in, the smoother the flavour
WHAT ABOUT THE INGREDIENTS, IS IT A HEALTHY DRINK?
100% Natural Ingredients
No Added Sugar
No Artificial Colours
WHAT ARE THE FLAVOURS AVAILABLE AND WHAT ABOUT ITS PRICING?
LYCHEE: A spoonful of winter helps the summer melt away. The iced rush of fresh lychees is all you need for an afternoon by the pool- Rs. 292/-
MINT GREEN: This iced blend gives you the sharp zest of icy mint any time of the day. The best part? It’s balanced with calming green tea- Rs. 265/-
WILD BERRY: Taste the smooth romance of summer strawberries and ripe raspberries blended with crushed ice. Made for sunny days- Rs. 265/-
PEACH: This drink is the smooth satisfaction of fresh peaches blended with the bold flavour of black iced tea- Rs. 292/-
LEMON: Lose yourself in zesty, lemony deliciousness dipped in ice. A world of freshness awaits with every sip you take- Rs. 265/-
WHAT IF I WANT TO TRY BEFORE I PICK ON A PARTICULAR FLAVOR?
Pick up the multi-flavour trial pack available at a reduced cost to figure out which ones you like he most- Rs. 234/-
WHAT ABOUT SOME DISCOUNT?
You can avail 10% discount on your purchase of ice brew range
Domino’s India has announced the launch of everyday value price on its range of regular sized pizzas. This exciting offer will enable customers to buy two regular pizzas at a lucrative price of Rs.99 each. This new price will offer great value for money on Domino’s Pizza for small group of 2.
I ordered 2 pizzas for INR 99 each and loved the taste, it was as scrumptious and delicious as I would like my pizzas to be! It was delivered well in time and was warm enough for the taste to stay intact.
Announcing the launch, Mr. Pratik Pota, CEO and Whole time Director, Jubilant FoodWorks Limited said, “Further to the success of the Everyday Value pricing last year, we are now extending the Everyday Value platform to Regular sized pizzas. The Everyday Value price at Rs.99 each for two Regular sized pizzas will help us target small group occasions, and trigger increased spontaneous consumption of pizzas in single or couple ordering instances. We expect the attractive price to drive both increased penetration of pizzas as also increase in frequency of consumption.”
Satiate your hunger pangs with the best of Indian Street Food @THEMASALATRAIL
With the cold breeze making its way to Delhi and setting the path to welcome winters, it’s the perfect season to have hot Aloo Pooris, Kathi Rolls, Pao Bhaji, Dal ka Halwa, Masala Chai and everything that’s hot and chatpata!
This is that time of the year when street food looks all the more tempting and hunger attacks more than usual. All the swanky restaurants offering the best of International food can get slightly blurry in comparison to the Indian Street Food. To appease my temptation for having lip-smacking street food, we recently went to this restaurant called THE MASALA TRAIL at Ansal Plaza.
To start with, the ambience is quite Indian and the décor is contemporary. It was beautifully lit up with red lamps thanks to Diwali, making the whole place shine bright and look spectacular.
We checked the menu that offers the best of street food from all four different zones of the country- North, East, West & South!
North (Uttar, as they call it) entailed options like Gol Gappe, Purani Dilli ke Bhalle Papri, Shahi Raj Kachori, Ashok Vihar ke Matara Kulcha (my personal favourite), Purani Dilli ke Cholle Bhature as appetizers
East (Purab) has the very popular Kolkata Jhaal Muri & Chowrangee Paneer Kathi Roll
West (Paschim) offers Gujrati Dabeli Pav, Mumbai Sev Puri, Chowpatty Bhel Puri, Vithal ka Vada Pav & Mumbai ka Ragda Pattice
South (Dakshin) offers Mini Idli Sambhar & Ghee, Sambhar Vada, Dahi Vada, Rasam Papad and much more!
Gol Gappas were absolutely delectable, Bhel Poori was flavourful, Sev Poori was mouth-watering & Pao Bhaji was luscious, to say the least! Chai is a must try!
Ambience is quite enticing, restaurant is spacious and decently lit
Service is efficient
Pricing won’t burn a hole in your pocket
AC wasn’t working
Steward didn’t know the menu thoroughly
Dilli 6 ka Banta was a home-made drink (mixing Sprite with Soda), not offering the authentic drink
Food could have been slightly more flavourful
PRICING: INR 850/- for two
SERVING HOURS: From 12 Noon to 11 PM
ADDRESS:B Block, First Floor, Ansal Plaza Mall, Khel Gaon Marg, New Delhi
NETWORK: Janpath, Saket, Noida, Dwarka & Ansal Plaza
The moment you enter Juggernaut, you will probably feel the difference between the world outside the entrance door and the one within. Located in the rather congested Kailash Colony market area, Juggernaut is a welcome delight.
The moment you enter the ground level, the air conditioning helps you shrug off the humidity and the staff approaches you with a welcome drink and a customary tikka ceremony. In the background plays classical Carnatic music which adds to the place’ warm vibes. The entire ground level is just a welcome lobby and a few steps ahead takes you to a lift which will transport you to one of the second or third floors of the restaurant basis your choice. (the first level has a real estate builder’s office, else the entire building would have been juggernauted!)
The restaurant interiors are squeaky clean considering it only opened on July 15th. We chose the third level for the added feel of the terrace. The third level has a balcony and a huge glass façade in front from which enters bright natural light. In winters, it’s safe to assume that these large glass doors will be opened for patrons to enjoy the weather and the green cover. The ceiling is covered which means it’s not an open air yet gives you the same experience.
Moving onto the nourishment the restaurant offers. It’s a south Indian restaurant in the true sense of it and entirely vegetarian. It serves the good old dosa, idli, vada and utthapam. But though it’s the good old, the preparation is simply delicious. Idlis were melting, sambhar was perfect and the coconut and green chutneys were super. Dosa was crisp with plenty of butter on the side. Vadas could have been better but I guess that could be sorted without much of a fuss.
It also serves titbits like rava upma, poori bhaji, aloo bedmi, pao bhaji, onion pakodas, green chutney & cheese sandwich, croissant and what not!
In the mains, it has a full-fledged offering of options such as paneer gassi, paneer chettinad, Andhra tomato dal, appams, tamarind rice, curd rice, veg pulao and veg biryani to list a few. The beverages are perfect from mojitos to fresh limes to creamy cappuccinos and cold coffee. For tea connoisseur there is green tea, jasmine tea and ice teas. Shakes and smoothies add the perfect bulk to the beverage section. Muffins and patties can’t be left behind and the mushroom pattie is a must try.
For the sweet lovers, there is payasam, jalebi, gulab jamun, kheer and ice cream. Of course, they also have some pretty fantastic thaali options for one to consider and it also includes a north Indian offering. Must mention here that the place also runs a small bakery set up which offers cookies, muffins in a box, pickles and spices and stuff like ghee murukku, banana chips and thattai.
The only point of improvement is that the place needs better (read faster) service. The staff is polite to a fault but takes a while to bring your grub. Having said that, the place is a true pleasure. I was told it was in the making for almost two years and I must mention it was worth the wait. Such a relief to have a place which provides a great option to Sagar Ratna’s strangle hold on south Indian fare. One can visit anytime, its opens at 6 am and serves till 11pm. We went for lunch around 2 pm and for tea around 5:30 pm and the place was just delightful. And it also provides wifi! So don’t miss this place next time you’re this side of town, believe me it will send you back feeling happy and satiated.