If you want to explore contemporary molecular gastronomy, dine out on delicacies served at Royal Courts or fancy trying out the tastes of award winning international restaurants, then Delhi is the perfect dinner table.
Lady Driver brings together the complex and unique stories, struggles and setbacks of 12 women drivers trained by the Azad Foundation to be taxi drivers in Delhi.
With so many places serving up top notch North Indian and Punjabi food it’s been almost impossible limiting this list to just ten places. But we’ve done it and here are the answers.
If you love dosa, value a vada and score south Indian khana on the quality of the sambhar, then this rundown of six superb south Indian diners is a must read (and a must eat).
The 5th Delhi International film festival will see the best of world cinema descend on the Indian capital for a whole week in December. Now, how fabulous is that?
Kwality restaurant in CP claims it makes the best chole bhature in the city, but Meghnath Yadav’s humble street stall in Khan Market proves that those shouting the loudest are not always right.
Where there’s muck there’s brass (a British saying that means there is money to be made from other people’s rubbish), but realising wealth from waste is a really tough gig for many Dilliwalahs.
Wondering what to buy a loved one or fancy treating yourself to a little gift? Go on. You deserve it. Here’s five stores in and around Connaught Place that every serious shopper should visit.
This list is bound to create some debate, but discussion is a good thing when it comes to sourcing the most mouth watering mithaee (sweets) in Delhi. Here’s the shops where we reckon you’ll find everything you want and more
If pure veg, all you can eat, spicy Rajasthani and sweet Gujarati, in super chilled AC is what you want, then heading to Rajdhani is a wise idea. When the doorman greeted me by attempting to apply a tikka to my forehead fear quickly enveloped me. Was I about to be sucked into a terrifying…