Sourish Bhattacharyya
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Fortune Cookie

The writer is a columnist for Mail Today, blogger at Indian Restaurant Spy and a founder member of the Delhi Gourmet Club.

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Spicing up Ginza’s culinary universe

Spice Lab marks the beginning of a new generation of Indian cuisine.

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Some good news from hospitality sector in the time of gloom

Adversity sometimes brings out the best in talented people. We can see it happening in our neighbourhood.

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How street food vendors are fighting a losing battle

Our politicians of a certain persuasion may romanticise the chaiwallah and the pakodawallah, but these street food vendors live a slippery existence.

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How hospitality has changed in the new-normal era

Masked servers, ‘contactless’ delivery and DIY kits are ways in which hotels are engaging with their customers even as they remain locked.

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A ‘Dhasoo’ turn on casual Indian food

Located at Sangam Courtyard in Delhi, Dhasoo Cafe boasts of traditional flavours that’ll appeal to the millennial generation.

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La Roca: A restaurant for ‘The new Indian’

The new breed of desi diners may appreciate the truly global comfort food here, where the creative boundaries are stretched not only for the sake of being inventive.

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LIFE

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As the economy struggles, the casual dining and home delivery services are prospering — all thanks to millennials

As more millennials move out of their homes and live in new cities, they take their taste buds along and experiment with various cuisines.

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This restaurant in Tijara Fort Palace overlooks a beautiful oasis of date palm trees and whips out delicious lunch thalis

Heaven on earth? You bet! The restaurant is rightfully called ‘Maya’ (illusion) because it overlooks a beautiful oasis and serves heavenly food!