Stories listed under Food and Drink

Eating in Tokyo by Neha Gupta

by Neha Gupta Kapoor

A plethora of restaurants in Tokyo pander to any foodie. Here is a list of eateries whose tastes resonate traditional Japan closely.

German-style sausages, CMH Road, Goethe Institute, Bangalore

by StayEatSee Desk

This all-day café (Cafe Max) is at Goethe Institute on CMH Road. It’s on the roof-top, which makes for a pleasant, breezy setting.  Café Max serves up Europe...

What you should know about Bengali food and where you can find it in Kolkata

by Sudipto De

The quintessential charm of eating Bengali cuisine is dipping into the rich history of it's culture. The culture, which has been moulded by a multitude of pe...

Best Hidden Bars of Paris, France

by Shiv Menon

Paris is known for its food and beverage culture, but one thing that keeps putting Paris on the map is its innovate take to its bar scenes from sustainable c...

7 places to have South Indian Breakfast in Bangalore

by Priya Bala

South Indian restaurants serving authentic breakfast in Bangalore

Morocco on my stomach

by Priya Bala

If you, like me, enjoy the cheap thrill of being where TV cameras have been before, you would love the travel channel favourite, the bustling Djemaa el fna, ...

Sunday Brunches You Simply Must Try in Bangalore

by StayEatSee Desk

Looking for the best brunches in Bangalore? Here’s a line-up of spreads that are utterly decadent – the perfect Sunday indulgence

5-star Sunday Brunches in the heart of Bangalore

by Priya Bala

What better way to spend an indulgent Sunday than to linger over a sumptuous brunch? We line up the best Sunday brunches in the 5-star hotels downtown Bangal...

Five of the best ways to see Sikkim

by Priya Bala

The Himalayan state of Sikkim has been known as ‘The Hidden Kingdom’ and unfolds its treasures slowly but generously to the traveller. The majestic Kanchenju...

South Indian cities that will please any foodie

by Priya Bala

Take a culinary trip and discover the delicious, earthy cuisines of these South Indian cities

These towns lend their names to foods

by Priya Bala

Culinary travel is the coolest thing now. And what better than visiting places that are so closely associated with certain dishes they’ve lent their names to...

A taste of the South with cooking holidays

by Priya Bala

The cooking holiday is here and its popularity is growing, buoyed by the surge of interest in Indian food and regional cuisines. Food lovers enamoured of In...

What to eat for Breakfast when in Sri-Lanka

by Priya Bala

The cuisine of the tiny spice island is a fairly well kept secret, for few people outside have tasted it. But it is a cuisine that is rich in its diversity a...

Classic Malabi

by Sukanya Banerjee

As I am wearing my festive spirits in full swing, I m in a mood to whisk up both conventional and unconventional desserts. Yesterday was the traditional rice...

Kulfi Style Rice Pudding

by Sukanya Banerjee

So, officially the festive season kicks in this week. With Ganesh Chaturthi around the corner, every household is gearing up for the next few months of happi...

Hot Chocolate Muffin

by Sukanya Banerjee

This is fudgier, chocolatier and yummier than your regular chocolate muffin. Inspired from thecakeblog.com, I made slight changes by replacing the all purpos...

Cardamom Rose Cold Coffee

by Sukanya Banerjee

I stumbled on this beautiful recipe some time back and decided this a must try. Inspired fromahueats.com, this lovely “Persian” style coffee uses two very un...

Coconut and Custard Apple Ice Cream

by Sukanya Banerjee

If you love custard apple and coconut milk, this dessert is just right for you. Easy to make, and tastes absolutely divine, so give this recipe a try.