Yauatcha, the dim-sum teahouse from London, is celebrating the popular Mid-Autumn Festival of China with the introduction of limited edition moon cakes from September 1st to September 30th, 2016 at their restaurant. Like most Chinese festivals, the Mid-Autumn Festival too has its dedicated delicacy, the moon cake, whose shape symbolises reunion and togetherness in the Chinese culture. Continue reading “Celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival at Yauatcha with Limited Edition Moon Cakes”
Mix and Match Limited-Time New Smoke, Fire and Spice Menu Highlights Global, Ethnic Flavors
Hard Rock Cafe India is serving up a new menu, only till 30th September, that embraces the hottest global ethnic street flavors. The new menu, Smoke Fire Spice, draws inspiration from the spices, seasonings and sauces of popular street foods found around the world including Asia, Africa and Latin America.
Jay Singh, Co-Founder and Executive Director, JSM Corporation said, “The trend of fusing ethnic flavors creatively is widely gaining prominence today. The consumers in India have become extremely receptive to international flavors and have developed a great fondness towards it. Hard Rock Cafe’s Smoke, Fire & Spice menu, thus, aims to appease their evolving palates and showcase an array of the most popular global flavors to them. Also, as a country that devours grills, we are certain to take visitors on a culinary sojourn with the new festival.”
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Niche Café restaurant, promoted by Mr. Suresh Kanchan, has recently launched its first outlet at Dahisar East in Mumbai. The authentically prepared Italian, Mexican, Continental cuisines at Niche Café will tickle the most discerning taste buds, making it a finest dining experience. The food is healthy, fresh and prepared with superior ingredients, pronounced creativity and complimented with prompt services. It is served on white cutlery to add to the hygiene. Continue reading “Experience the Taste of Italy at Niche Cafe in Mumbai”