Luxury Dining

When Chef Ravitej Nath, Executive Chef, The Oberoi Gurgaon, visited Japan, he was taken around by his hosts to a merry-go-round of fabulous dining, from a 5 am sushi breakfast in an unpretentious  stall outside Tsukiji, the world’s most famous fish market in Tokyo, to 200 year old restaurants that sell nothing but hot-pot. On…

Latitude

You could be in a drawing room when you visit this charming, well-appointed room that is a combination of Good Earth taste and Ritu Dalmia’s food. On the face of it, it is a winning combination. It is tucked away in Good Earth, Khan Market, on the second floor and has an interesting patterned ceiling,…

Le Bistro du Parc

French, in its simplest, most uncomplicated avatar Overlooking a park, it is a tiny piece of Paris in our chaotic city. The dainty tables and chairs are exactly as you’d find them in Paris: effortlessly stylish and the opposite end of the spectrum from grand and showy. Both times I have visited, I have seen…

Chez Nini

Montreal meets Mehar Chand Market French restaurants have never been success stories in Delhi because of the perception that they are only about haute cuisine, a concept that dogs Delhi’s dining public. Chef Nini is French, but it’s about comfort food in warm surroundings, and it’s from Montreal anyway. Modest Mehar Chand Market is going…