Adrian Mellor, the new executive chef at The Leela Palace, Delhi, on cooking for the royal court of Jordan and buying an Indian tandoor for his family
Djent, an onomatopoeia for the distorted low-pitch sound produced by the guitar, has been adopted by bands and acts from across the spectrum, such as Animals for Leaders and TesseracT.
How Cristeta Comerford from the Philippines became the Executive Chef of the White House
Members of Le Club des Chefs des Chefs, executive chefs to world leaders, are in Delhi for their annual conference
Nukkad provides a comprehensive culinary tour of street foods around the country.
Kainaz Messman, owner of the Mumbai patisserie — Theobroma — on bringing the brand to NCR.
There are no ‘chindian’ mutations at Twist, the new entrant in Cyber Hub, which boasts of dishes straight from across the border.
The culinary edifice that is Veeraswamy, a nine decade-old Indian restaurant on London’s Regent Street, has been awarded the highly coveted Michelin Star for 2017.
The Spice Route Festival in Kochi had 34 chefs from 17 national teams garnishing food with stories.
Terror by telepathy is an old motif of King’s and he weaves it into a contemporary setting, dominated by social media and very, very public lives, with the characteristic elan that has made him one of the world’s highest selling authors.
Roost, the newest entrant in Hauz Khas, picks up seven food trails from seven cities of the world.
Cafe Delhi Heights weaves together a tasty tapestry out of the myriad cuisines of the Capital.
How the African bird’s eye chilli and the Northeastern bhut jolokia are routing their flavours into restaurant menus.
Smoke on the Water in Connaught Place serves everything deep-fried, and is an ode to Americana.
A scooter-themed restaurant in South Delhi is off to a good start, but needs to sort a few technical issues.
Bars and restaurants across the city have breathed a new life into the old banta by bottling up a range of drinks inspired by the roadside mainstay.
Six years ago, the village of Malana was nearly destroyed by a fire. From its remote perch in the hills, it continues to preserve a unique way of life.
The Hunters, who clearly believe in the philosophy of finders keepers, set out to claim it, their only clue being a journal dictated to a fellow prisoner by Polo.
Meanwhile, PC Lucy Davies, recently banished from London’s glittering Met Police branch, is hot on the trail of a serial killer.
A new restaurant in Delhi pays homage to the classic and contemporary
Chef Machindra Kasture, who was recently awarded the National Tourism Award for being “Best Chef of India”, on cooking inside the Rashtrapati Bhavan kitchen and Pranab Mukherjee’s love for caviar.
Masala Library by Jiggs Kalra offers India on your plate
Mogford is amongst a growing tribe of Mediterranean crime writers whose works are reaching distant shores to universal acclaim.
A new eatery in the city serves up a menu that pitter patters all over Mexico
A head of a Sudanese man turns up near his floating domicile, causing him to have the dubious pleasure of having two cases to work on.