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Last Updated Tuesday January 17 2017 10:28 AM IST

Vazhiyorakkada- tradition on a platter

It is difficult to miss 'Vazhiyorakkada' if you are driving down the MC Road towards Thiruvananthapuram. And once you have tasted the fare there, it is way too difficult to stay away from this restaurant.Located in Kuravankonam, just ahead of Kilimanoor town, this restaurant is a place you can

Villa Maya, truly exotic

Fancy dining in a three-storyed restored 300-year-old Dutch manor? Head for Villa Maya, a stone's throw from the international airport in Kerala capital Thiruvananthapuram, which has hit the headlines after it was ranked fourth among India's top 10 restaurants by travel portal Trip Advisor.Entering

Cocoa at its peak!

The scent of freshly baked cakes, the aroma of sizzling hot chocolate lava flowing over a chocolate brownie at a cozy and peaceful environment right in the middle of a buzzing Kochi; this is Cocoa Tree for you — seducing you to indulge in a cocoa sin of sorts. Cocoa Tree is a coffee shop run by the

Dhe Puttu – Spicing up puttu

There was a time when Onam in Kerala not only awaited spring, harvest and the bloom, but also the famous ‘Onathinidakku puttukachavadam’casettes which were full of whacky humour of the Dileep-Nadirsha duo. So it wasn’t surprising to find that the name of their (in partnership with three others)

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Get ready for some spicy news from Dileep’s own Restaurants and some exciting recipes from there, as well.

Indian food, especially desserts, make Viennese drool

Vienna : In a land of traditional cafes churning out an array of cakes, pastries and muffins, Indian desserts like gulab jamun, kulfi and mango lassi have managed to win many a heart in this Austrian capital and the clientele is rapidly rising, Indian restaurateurs say.The historically-rich capital...

A lavish feast to add more colour to Holi

New Delhi: From bhang pakoras and phul kachoris to tangy kanjis and chilled thandais, a lavish platter of traditional food and drinks, which are easy to make at home, can go a long way in adding more colour to the festive fervour this Holi.According to chefs of prominent restaurants around the...

Kolkata hotels to ring in Poila Baisakh with Bengali food fests

Kolkata: Indulge your taste buds this Bengali New Year with spicy cuisine alongside enticing beverages. From appetising Moroger Surua to yummy Bhetki Roll and Pomfret Paturi and improvised traditional sweets like Baked Malai Rosogolla, hotels in Kolkata have lined up a mouthwatering spread to woo...