Special Winter Menu @Chaayos


Summer are already approaching in Delhi but its never too late to talk about the amazing memories of winter. I always use to crib about the severe winters in Delhi but this time I was travelling so much that I started missing the weather over here. The places I travelled had moderate climates and I use to wonder how the temperature would be in Delhi. I guess its true that when you are away from something you miss it more.


Anyways! To cut my long story short, this winter was extra special coz of this one place which I’m in love with now.  “Chaayos”

They have these extra tempting winter special menu which will leave you coming back for more. My favourite will be the different options you get in Chai (Tea). Not only their menu but the unique interiors and captivating designs will leave you mum.  



Would not take much time and straight forward show you the dishes I liked the most and I am so waiting for this years special menu. 






Opening hours

8 AM to 11 PM

Delivery Timings

8 AM to 10:30 PM


Plot 3, M-66, First Floor, M Block, Connaught Place, New Delhi

More Info


Home Delivery

 No Alcohol Available



Chaayos Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato



Farzi Cafe @My Dubai Dairy

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Woowww!!!! Simple Wow

My best experience till now with Farzi. I have visited many of their outlets in India. But was pleasantly surprised that Indian food was equally tempting and overwhelming in abroad too. The quality was equally good and food was perfectly Farzified  as always. 

To add on it was a beautiful afternoon and me and my friend took a table outside. Beautiful interior and equally the exterior too

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The service was at its best. We were hosted so well and these guys made us feel so special and royal. We were served a complimentary Indian Masala Tea at the end of our meal and it simply added that extra charm to the beautiful weather that day.

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FARZI CAFÉ aims to bring India cuisine back “In Vogue”. It can have many connotations. But at Farzi Cafe, it has just ome. “Creating An Illusion” with its cuisine. Best described as a gourmet experience, it amalgamates traditional global and Indian classics, with Indian influences, contemporary presentations, culinary styles and ambiance. It is a quirky, chic, modern Indian cafe, where one can enjoy amazing experience through finest modern Indian cuisine along with high energy ambiance.

Here I mention few of my favourite dishes –  


Bootlegger –  It is such a well presented drink. It comes in a beautiful and sexy boot shaped glass. The drink was extremely refreshing. 

Tropical cooler –  Oh!! it was quite a cooler. My friend loved it.


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Butter chicken slider  – Light chicken curry prepared with butter and light spices.

Prawns  – ahh!! it was so delicious and mouthwatering. My favourite amongst all.

Chole kulche  – its not the typical chole kulcha preparation. the presentation is jaw dropping and tastes sooo good.

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Dal chawal arancini  – bored of traditional & old fashioned dal chawal?? Here you go.. this dish will

Fresh burrata salad  – One of the best salads I ever tasted. The yogurt was so yummy and refreshing. And the kale dried in liquid nitrogen was so full of taste.

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 Mains –

Chicken tikka masala –  loved it 🙂

Lamb nehari –  We both we so full. Still we couldn’t resist ourselves from having the Nihari. 

Shawarma biryani –  loved it 🙂

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 Deserts –

Gulab Jamun –  Yes! this one was such a beautiful dish. we actually did not feel like having it. You will keep steering at it.  

Rasmalai tres leches –  loved it 🙂

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Average Cost 

  AED 200 for two people (approx.)

Cash and Cards accepted

Opening hours

Today  10 AM to 12 Midnight


CITY WALK, Al Safa & Al Wasl Road Intersection, Al Safa, Dubai

More Info

Breakfast    Wheelchair Accessible

No Alcohol Available    Wifi
Outdoor Seating

 Known For

Modernized presentation of dishes with an elegant décor


Farzi Cafe Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


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Masala House is yet another example of Indian Progressive Cuisine which will surprise you with their innovative presentation and awesome flavours.
With beautiful interior and hospitable stuff this place is perfect for a family get together or a chilled out time with friends.
I had a great time too with few of my colleagues over lunch.

Few of my favourite items were –

Drinks =
# Basil Cucumber Coller – my favourite
# Cosmopolitan

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Starters =
# Asparagus Puddu – It was good
# Dahi Kebab – I liked it more. The texture was smooth and flavourful
# Kadi Patta Jheenga – Awesomely cooked Prawns. Soft and loaded with flavours

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Mains –
# Bafat Masala Fish – Yum Yum
# Moge Wala Kukad – Diffrent
# Dum Biryani – Mutton biryani was too good. light and aromatic. I took serving twice.
# Chur Chur Naan – It was also too good.

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Desserts –
# Gajar Halwa Kana

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Masala House Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato



The Five State Menu has been a great experience in Jom Jom. 

In for some authentic Malaysian food, is the the go to place guys! Been there with two of my close friends and had a ball of a time. Beautiful Malaysian influence interior and decor.



Loved the fact that we had to create our own Sambal. All the ingredients are provided and you have mix them up with the help of a postal and mortar.Coming back to food…. they were serving a special menu from five different states of Malaysia.

Melaka (is a state in Malaysia located in the southern region of the Malay Peninsula)

Johor (Johore is located in the southern portion of Peninsular Malaysia. It is one of the most developed states of Malaysia)

Sarawak – (Located in northwest “Borneo Island”, Sarawak is bordered by the Malaysian state of “Sarah” to the northeast, “Kalimantan”, the Indonesian portion of Borneo, to the south, and the independent country of Brunei in the north.)

Kelantan (Kelantan is a rural state in the northeast of Peninsular Malaysia. Kota Bharu, the riverside capital, is home to royal palaces)

Penang (Penang is a state in northwest Malaysia comprising mainland Seberang Perai and Penang Island.)


– Dishes I loved – 

Appetizers  –

# Kombia – This dish is from the state of “Sarawak”. It is a Spicy Malaysian lamb sliders with wonderful flavours and juiciness. This appetiser was one of my favourite.


# Sambal Udang Dengan Bola Beras – The was from the state of “Melaka”. A Spicy sambal prawns with steamed rice balls.


Mains –

# Laksam Kelantan – As the name suggest the dish is from the state of “Kelantan”. Its a Coconut based white laksa (Laksa is a popular spicy noodle soup) with seafood, fresh herbs & house rice noodles roll with homemade chilli paste. 


# Ayam Pansuh – Belongs to the state of “Sarawak” , its a chicken dish cooked in its own juices with bamboo shoot and herbs.


# Otak Otak – Belongs to the state of “Johor” its a Steamed Chilli lime flavoured fish cake wrapped in banana leaf with fried onion served with sticky rice cake.


# Laksa Penang – We can recognise from the name that it belongs to the state of Penang and Laksa meaning spicy noodle soup. So it is a seafood base curry soup with zing of Tamarind. 


Few More Dishes served were – 

# Tauhu Bakar – Crisp silken tofu with shredded cucumber, carrots, chives topped with rojak sauce

# Sarawak Popiah Rolls – Gluten wrappers with Yam, Carrot & curried potatoes.

# Acar Melayu – Sweet spicy Malaysian pickle with nutty sesame flavour served with sticky rice. 

# Nasi Kapur Kunyit – Turmeric & lime scented steamed rice. Best served with Ayam, Kambing, Campuran Sayur



Malaysian, Asian

Average Cost 

₹1,800 for two people

Opening hours

 12 Noon to 3:30 PM, 7 PM to 11:30 PM


BG 04, Ansal Plaza, Andrews Ganj, Khel Gaon Marg, New Delhi



“BARIS” which means peace in Turkish is another charm added to the GK 3 market. Probably the best by far. I use to visit this market for my ice cream cravings. But now I guess I have a more tempting reason to visit this place.




“Baris” is all about giving you a complete Mediterranean  experience, right from its interior to service, food to music. Its a complete package of food, culture and customs. Lovely meeting the owner of the Place Arjun Toor, who shared his story behind this great place. His love for Mediterranean grew while his stay in that part of the world and feel in love with their cuisine and culture.
Wanted to bring back the same taste and flavour back to his country, he started the project Baris. This place is not just about food, these guys will give you a whole  experience 

BUT OMG!! Im in love with their terrace place. Such a beauty
You won’t regret siting outside while in this weather in Delhi due to their awesome cooling technology. And in winters I’m sure it will be so attractive to sit there and dine.
Once you are inside the place you will be mesmerised by the decor and music. Its like a journey to the East. And finally the food over here speaks everything. This place is a compete package.
Loved all the items




This is a Mediterranean theme restaurant. Although they are also specialist in cuisines from Turkey and Middle East.

Mediterranean food is incredibly popular: sausages, wine, kebab, falafel,pasta and pizza, can be found just about everywhere. Food experts and cookbook authors adore Mediterranean cuisine. Mediterranean cuisine is defined by the presence of fundamental elements which are said to play a more important role than others, reflecting a community of beliefs and practices which transcend religions, languages and even societies.


Turkish cuisines largely the continuation of Ottoman Cuisine ( It is the cuisine of the Ottoman Empire and its continuation in the cuisines of Turkey, Greece, the Balkans and parts of the Caucasus and the Middle East, which in turn borrowed many elements from Circassian, Central Asian, Middle Eastern, Balkan and Greek cuisines


Middle-Eastern cuisine comprises of the various countries and peoples of the Middle East. There cuisine is very diverse. It includes Arab cuisine, Iranian and Persian cuisine, Israeli cuisine, Jewish, Cyproit, Kurdish cuisine and few more. Some commonly used ingredients include olives and olive oil, pitas, honey, sesame seeds, chickpeas, parsley and dates etc. Some popular dishes include Kebabs, Dolma, Baklava and Doner Kebab.

Items I tried and loved.

# Zuppa de Mare

# Shefin Salatsi

# Hummus bin dujaj

# Karides Give

# Mant

# Balik kebab

# Karisdes Shish

# Kuzu Incik

# Tarid Al Kadra

# Iftar chicken biriyani (Special Ramzan menu)

# Baklava (I always love)



Turkish, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern 



₹2,000 for two people (approx.)

Opening hours

12 Noon to 3:30 PM, 6 PM to 12:30 AM


Building 3, Local Shopping Complex, Mazjid Moth, Greater Kailash (GK) 3, New Delhi



Wheelchair Accessible

Outdoor Seating

Smoking Area


Yeti – The Himalayan Kitchen

My quest for authentic flavours took me to this place which offers different cuisine from the Himalayas. Himalayan cuisine is diverse and unique as it covers all ends of the Himalayan borders. In the local staple you will find dishes from China, like chow-mein and spring rolls, or of India, with Curries and Samosas. Himalayan food is a unique food culture which is like a drooling mix of Chinese, Nepalese, Indian and Tibetan favourites.




Himalayan food is much more then just yak meat butter tea and here at “Yeti” its a celebration of different cuisine found there.

“Yeti – The Himalayan Kitchen” is another gem in the Haus Khas market commonly known as “HKV”. Although this place is all about night life and pubs and designer outlets. “Yeti” is a breath of fresh air to me. I love to visit this place due to the fact it gives you a homely feeling and comfort. The ambiance both inside and outside is absolutely perfect for its theme. Good himalayan food with beautiful greenery outside of the place. One can relish a good quality meal with a feel of the nature.




It has the authentic flavour and taste of a home cooked dish. Very rustic. To maintain the flavour these guys even source spices from the Himalayas. The have chefs from the same origin. Nevertheless, this place and its flavours speaks of its own.

This place has become my second home if ever I wanna come over for some comfort food and a relaxed time.Visited the place with some friends and totally fell in love with it. By the time I’m writing this review I have visited the place twice.
And I’m sure I’m coming back for more.



Few of my favourites are –

## Piro Aloo – Darjeeling style cumin, garlic, turmeric spicy potatoes.

## Macha Tareko – My favourite. Fish marinated in spices and batter, fired in mustard oil


## Mushroom with Black Bean Sauce.


## Chicken Dry Fry –  Chicken pieces fried with peanut and pepper.

## Sha Datchi – A Bhutanese meal. Cheese curry. Can be veg or non veg.


## Crispy Pork and Honey.


## Doh Nai – Pork Cooked in black sesame gravy, a delicacy of the Khasi- Jainitias of Meghalayas.


## Yamari – Sweet Newari steamed rice dumplings with Nutella Chocolate. 





Tibetan, Nepalese 



₹1,300 for two people (approx.) 

Exclusive of applicable taxes and

Opening hours

12 Noon to 11:30 PM


30, 1st Floor, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi


Home Delivery

Private Dining Area Available
Lunch Menu
Kid Friendly

Paid Parking



Well!! This review might be a little long review as visiting this place was not just a casual late lunch but a whole new experience. For some moment I felt I was in some Italian restaurant in Italy itself. This place evoked my urge to make a travel plan.
These guys are super serious about their food and doesn’t deviate from the originality.
Right from fresh basil grown in the kitchen, to importing ingredients direct from Italy makes the whole dining experience a gala affair. They have even taken care of the cutleries and plates which gel perfectly with the food served.


One can get a wide variety of good quality Italian Wine and also Indian Wine. They have their own bottles of spring water right from the Himalayas.


The Pasta Bowl Company is an authentic Italian restaurant aiming to give you the best possible Italian Cuisine experience. 
Got the opportunity to sit with “Chef Om” who happens to be the Founder as well, shared amazing stories behind behind creating this place and also knowledge about the Italian food. Learned to pronounce few Italian words correctly. 😉 


I had the privilege to taste their new menu – 
“Cucina Con Amore” (Cooked with Love) – A 3 course special menu for late lunchers @999 + tax
The menu is focused on corporates and late launchers.

Ambiance of this place speaks a lot. Simple sitting arrangement, homely decor, lots of natural light coming in, antique wall clock and the music. 


Few of the items I’m in love with – 


# Pomodoro – Freshly roasted crisp Tuscan Bread topped with roasted cherry tomatoes and pesto cream.

# Funghi e olio di Tartufo – Freshly roasted crisp Tuscan Bread topped with Portobello, truffle oil drizzle.



Main Coure

# Spaghetti Pomodoro E Basilico – long pasta tossed with Italian tomatoes and fresh Basil sauce.

# Pollo Alla Griglia – Herb marinated chicken breast grilled and served with vegetables and Sicilian tomato sauce.




# Cannoncini – Lemon cream filled brioche horns

# Panacotta della Stagione – pancetta of the season. I got the mango panacotta 😀





Opening hours

Today  11 AM to 11:30 PM


GL-201, 2nd Floor, Cross Point Mall, DLF Phase 4, Gurgaon


Wheelchair Accessible

Wine and Beer

 Smoking Area


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