An independent writer with over 8 years of experience into writing about food and travel. I write about food, travel and culture and how the three intersect. I write about cities and their foodscapes.
Shirin Mehrotra finds that the beloved UP Tehri appears in many forms, with avatars that stretch across the Deccan plateau, to the mountains of Kashmir, and cross the border to Pakistan, each with its own fascinating origin story.
When traveling in most regions of India, you’ll find local restaurants serving thali — a platter offering the choicest dishes specific to that region. But thali is much more than just a part of the country’s dining out culture. While not representative of how all people eat in India, it’s an integral part of festivals, celebrations, and everyday eating.
Hopping over to Sweden from Denmark for a day trip is a breeze thanks to the Øresund Bridge, a unique feat of civil engineering that connects the two once-warring countries.
Seafood, Byadgi chillies and community-specific foods define Mangaluru’s culinary culture
Big cities and their big restaurants are always in the limelight. But there are smaller eateries that are diligently working towards either sharing and hence protecting their culinary legacies or opening our eyes to cuisines we never thought we’d have the opportunity to savour. These hidden gems need to be recognised. And this our list of favourite restaurants that are all set to be the next big thing in India.