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Businesses have suffered across the board, with the restaurant industry being at the apex. But keeping that aside, they march forward to win back customers with culinary exuberance.
“While people have been staying at home to protect their health, this unique platform has brought together people from across the globe over their shared passions and hobbies.
Another one bites the dust, er, dining table. While five-star hotels in the Capital remain shut, thae tastes, smells and sights of their restaurant meals continue to waft through our memories.
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Besides being sweet and nutritious, it brings a cooling effect on the human body to beat the scorching summer heat.
Dhaba Estd. 1986 brings Indian gravies and marinades to the table, prepared by in-house chefs in small batches with no preservatives.
Additionally, the menu under the brand ‘Flavours by ITC Hotels’ showcases an array of authentic global culinary delights with indigenous flavours via the chain’s culinary initiative, ‘Local Love’.
An increasing number of chefs, nutritionists and the general public are finding it easier to access and enjoy frozen meats.
SLAY Coffee teamed up with Under 25 and through discussions with their youth communities (over 1.5 million young folks for three months), aimed to understand their preferences in all things coffee.
Among the latest to rise out of the wake of COVID-19 is Qmin, the Indian Hotel Company Limited aka Taj’s gourmet food delivery service that is all set to debut in Delhi- NCR, July 17-18.
Home-chef Sneha Lata Saikia cooks up authentic culinary jewels from the Northeast, especially Assam and Nagaland
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They listed the usual: temperature checks and compulsory usage of masks and gloves for the staff, and regular sanitisation of the kitchen and equipment.