Plate Of The Week
TFT Travels: Chocolate Chaud at Angelina, Paris
A visit to the legendary tearoom Angelina, founded in 1903 by confectioner Antoine Rumpelmayer, and named after his daughter-in-law. Beautiful belle époque interiors and delicious treats made it an afternoon to remember.
Have More Havmor
Did you know how delicious Havmor ice cream is? For those looking for local Indian ice cream that packs a punch, give it a try.
Lunch at À Ta Maison
A visit to ATM means entering a world of butlers, chefs from Michelin-starred restaurants, award winning drinks, soothing plush interiors and of course, a palpable sense of privilege. Luckily now, non-members can come enjoy its great food and drink.
Healthy + Delicious at Cafe Shunya
This charming 15 seater cafe serves tasty, wholesome food - even the pizzas, burgers and fries are local, seasonal and good for you.
International House of Pancakes is Here
. . . and despite some teething issues, serving up great pancakes.
Creative Dining at Masala Library
Part theatre and part fine dining that kept us on the edge of our seats at Masala Library by Jiggs Kalra. Definitely worth a try if you're an adventurous eater.
Moga Tourist Dhaba on NH24
After much research, we declare Moga Tourist Dhaba the best option for a pit stop on NH24. Also, it offers some of the lightest, tastiest tandoori rotis you'll ever have.
TFT Travels: Lunch in a Rice Field at Sari Organik, Bali
Delicious, fresh food from the fields you're sitting in. What could be better? The view maybe.
Family Guest Post: Wine Tasting at Vinosfera, Milan
Even though I've lived in Italy for almost 4 years and tasted wine, uh-shall-we-say, recreationally, there are many Italian wines that never make it out of their village, and onto my table. Thankfully, my partner Dirk decided to fix this problem, so we found ourselves at the famous Vinosfera...
Tasting the Menu at Indian Accent
Modern Indian food at Chef Manish Malhotra's Indian Accent. Great food and creative presentation abound as we sample the menu.
Labonel Fine Baking
A cake boutique like no other, sprawling over 5000 sq feet, that allows you to take your time to select your cake, have a taste of what's available, and then place your request.
Family Guest Post – The Black Sheep Bistro, Goa
Beautiful ambience coupled with great food and drink make this Goan bistro a must visit. Definitely go only when you've built up an appetite!
TFT Travels: Aziamendi 88 by Eneko Atxa
An 88 day Spanish fine dining pop-up at the Mandarin Oriental in Kuala Lumpur by Chef Atxa, known as much for his exacting standards in the kitchen as his food. 3 Michelin stars don't come easy.
ITC’s Kebabs and Kurries
Another jewel in ITC's crown - this one offering the best from the menus of the famous Bukhara and Dum Pukht.
Conçu: Patisserie & Dessert Parlour
A chic French dessert parlour in Jubilee Hills that sets the bar high. Oh choux, where are you?
Leo’s (Pet-Friendly) Pizzeria
A simple 8 pizza menu, super coffee and and gorgeous space makes this pizzeria shine.
Family Guest Post: 11 North Eastern Delicacies You Can’t Miss
The north east of India is a treasure trove of multiple tribes and cultures, each one with its own delicious cuisine. For many who think 'momo' and 'chow' are the only gems this area has to offer, try the following and rest assured you will be addicted.
TFT Travels: Five Stars at Gaggan
Who would have thought you can eat better Indian food outside India then you can in it? Chef Gaggan Anand certainly makes the impossible possible.
AnnaMaya at the Andaz
The launch of the new eatery and self acclaimed 'food hall' at the stylish Andaz hotel in Aerocity was a treat indeed.
TFT Travels: Le Manoir, Québec
An Italian lunch spot in the heart of French Canada that recharged us with its wholesome food and pretty surroundings.
Potbellied and Happy
Authentic, homestyle cooking that won over our bellies, making us realise how much exciting food there is to explore from Bihar.
Lunch at 361 & Dinner at Amaranta
A day of dining at The Oberoi Gurgaon that left us indulged, satiated and happy.
Tiffin Dreams at Carnatic Cafe
You cannot go wrong with Carnatic Cafe's simple, delicious, homestyle south Indian food.
TFT Travels: Dishoom, London
One of the most hyped Indian restaurants in London right now, Dishoom is an homage to old Irani cafes, a slice of Mumbai across the pond.
Christmas Eve Dinner at Pasta Bowl Company
When you pick a restaurant for Christmas Eve dinner, you know it has to be a good, reliable one! The Pasta Bowl Company, a self-proclaimed 'osteria' in Gurgaon doesn't disappoint.
Gurgaon’s Food Truck Haven
What started out as one or two trucks is now a legitimate street of food trucks offering all kinds of cuisine at different price points. They're creatively designed with attention to detail, and are clearly catering to sudden success.
TFT Travels: Cafe Simla Times
What was intended to be a quick stop for an afternoon coffee stretched into a sundowner thanks to the view, friendly service and yum snacks.
Cafe Lungta & ‘Tastefully Himalayan’ Fare
Lung (wind) and Ta (horse) translates to the carrier of positive, uplifting energy and this cafe lives up to its lovely name. Cafe Lungta offers traditional, home-style food from Nepal, Bhutan and Darjeeling. We were drawn in by the inviting smells emanating from the kitchen and the nearby...
Dinner at Falaknuma Palace
When the Nizam of Hyderabad's former residence was reopened as a Taj Luxury Hotel, it almost immediately became one of the most sought after hotels in India. The other-worldly quality it exudes (thanks to careful restoration and upkeep) makes it well worth a visit.
Family Guest Post: Coonoor Diary
A nostalgic journey to the Nilgiris to refresh old memories ended up with me making some new ones - that left a lasting taste on both my palette and my heart.
TFT Travels: Montecito, Toronto
Legendary Hollywood director Ivan Reitman's award winning resto-lounge in downtown Toronto lives up to the hype, serving Californian cuisine using the best Canadian produce.
Ping’s Cafe Orient by PCO
Beautifully presented and completely delicious 'healthy asian street food' from the fine folks at PCO. So good that we're already planning our next visit.
TFT Travels: Homeslice, London
A perfect stop for giant slices of pizza, and casual, relaxed dining.
Mangalorean at Sanadige
It's refreshing when an eatery doesn't promote itself wildly but still gets the footfall thanks to word-of-mouth reviews. We tried Sanadige in Malcha Marg for this very reason and came away impressed.
Gulati’s Famous Butter Chicken
We'd been wanting to discover 'the best butter chicken in Delhi' for a while. After much social media research and discussion, we were directed to Gulati on Pandara road. This was for a butter chicken recipe perfected from 1959 when Gulati was just a dhabha, a recipe so good it was voted by...
Sharmaji ke Garam aur Swachh Chhole Kulche
What's not to love about a fresh, tasty meal you don't have to break the bank for?
Thank God for Jamie’s Pizzeria
. . . or we'd miss the one pizza outlet we can rely on for consistently good bases, tasty sauces and the best topping combinations.
Burma on my Mind
Forget the humble khao suey, thanks to Burma Burma a new, delicious world of Burmese food has taken centre stage. And it's all vegetarian.
Setz – Always a Winner
It's one of those places you can keep going back to and not be disappointed. There's something for everyone! We were there for a family dinner recently . . .
Chaayos Home Delivery
Who knew that our pocket-friendly, neighbourhood tea cafe had ventured into the home delivery space? Of course we had to test the delivery for ourselves to see whether it lived up to the 'chaayos ki chai ab ghar ke sofe par' mantra.