A beautifully baked fish makes for such a simple, quick yet delicious meal, especially when you are too tired from work, yet you are craving for something delicious. I know, how dreadful cooking and cleaning can be on a frenzied day. So, here’s my quick-fix recipe for a sumptuous meal of baked fish that will soothe your taste buds.
Imagine waking up in the morning to a steaming cup of coffee, at a place surrounded by lush green hills, chirping birds and a nip in the air. Wouldn’t it be an ideal setup for all of us who’re craving for simplicity in the hectic urban lives that we lead? Well, you know you deserve a break like this once in a while. So head to the hills and breathe in some freshness into that exhausted body!
Kung Thai Kaeng Prawns
This season, Barbeque Nation brings a slice of Thailand to your platter by hosting a Thai Food Festival. ‘Sawatdee’ (which means ‘hello’ in Thai) festival offers you a chance to experience a feast all the way from South East Asia. Decorations of wooden boats, cane hats, waiters dressed in Thai livery and colorful lanterns hanging from the ceiling will transport you to the quaint streets of Thailand. A delightful gastronomical journey beckons you at Barbeque Nation’s 9 outlets in Delhi-NCR region (Connaught Place, Jangpura, Saket, Vasant Kunj, Pitampura, Janakpuri, Vivek Vihar, Noida and Gurgaon) between July 8 and July 26, 2015.
Kinbuck2 is a gorgeous eatery joint standing like a Victorian-era diva in the heart of Connaught Place, New Delhi; the state capital’s first-ever Roman bistro.
Dutch food may not be as well-known as French or Chinese cuisines but it is worth experiencing the delight at least once. Foodhall, India’s premium lifestyle food superstore is kick-starting a week-long festival ‘Holland Meets Mumbai’ – enabling its patrons to experience the culinary flavours of Netherlands.