Following the success of its flagship outlet in Park Street, Kolkata, the new Cha Bar offers an extensive range of teas and cultural preparations besides a wide range of delicacies, every day of the week from 9 am to 9 pm truly making it a tea- lover’s go-to destination. Continue reading Cha Bar opens its second outlet at Allenby Road in Kolkata
Sumeru’s frozen veg and chicken momos are available at leading supermarket chains and stores across the metro cities besides big basket and grofers. Continue reading Craving for mouth-watering but hygienic alternatives to street-side offerings?
The world’s largest bread pudding was later distributed by Food Bank of Goa to a number of charity institutions so that the less privileged could partake of a happy meal. Continue reading What You Should Know About The World’s Largest Bread Pudding @1424 Kgs By Trinity Group
A good news for Rail travellers! Indian Railways Catering has announced the food served on trains will be cheaper.
I had always wished the food served on trains to be fresh and good, both quality and quantity wise.
Why I say quantity-wise? Earlier, whenever I had to buy the dinner, a veg biryani (which was very low in quality standards), a small portion would cost Rs. 120 plus a cup of tea at Rs. 10 sometimes Rs. 15. The sad part was, instead of improvising it, the quantity of tea was lesser than earlier. On train, people who were affected like me, would say ‘loot hai bhai’. Continue reading “Foods Served on Indian Trains Are Cheaper Now!”