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    Dilli heart

    Monsoon celebrates Delhi’s street food with the Dilli Dil Se food festival. Drawing from the back alleys of Old Delhi and Chandi Chowk, the menu comprises favourites like kachori, aloo tikki, chole bhature, masala cola, lassi, kulfi, and jalebi. Rs. 995++ At The Park, Trinity Circle.  Details: 9845307215

     

     

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    Fresh flavours

    Tuck into an autumn feast with organic  creations at Om Made Cafe. Expect to be pampered by a farm fresh menu crafted with fresh tomatoes in lasagne, charming  quiches with mushrooms, tuna and garden veggies that deliver a burst of flavours on your palate. Rs. 1,000 upwards for the Sunday brunch. At Koramangala. Details: 25533369

     

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    Scrumptious spread

    Sample a melange of cuisines at  Banjara Melting Pot’s D’wine Event. The menu boasts a collection of North Indian, coastal Karavalli and Oriental dishes like murgh lalwari kebab, paneer ke sikanji, makhmali kebab, fish masala and fish rava fry. Rs. 1,000 for two. At Cunningham  Road. Details: 41231772

     


    Food8FullPage7Eat street

    For food on the go, the choice is even more extensive, with hole-in-the-wall eateries popping up on every street corner. Babylon Xpress is worth a visit, combining a laid- back, plant-filled eating terrace with a no-frills service hatch. Mediterranean treats include falafel and chicken wraps, and there is also an extensive ice-cream list for those with a sweet tooth. For even more authentic wraps, try Al Amanah, which is run by Saudi Arabian owners, and turns out deliciously typical Middle Eastern wraps, loaded with mayonnaise, freshly cut vegetables and your choice of chicken or mutton. Wash it down with a glass of their freshly prepared hot mint tea. Babylon Xpress, Rs. 300 for two. Details: 42178011

     

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    Authentic flavours

    Famed Mumbai-based chef Parvez  Patel has devised a menu inspired by the Parsi community’s rich curries and flavour-laden meats and vegetables. Special dishes include mutton dhansak (slow-cooked mutton) and athelu paneer (cumin-infused paneer). Rs. 1,600++. At ITC Gardenia, FM Cariappa Road. Details: 22119898

     

     

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    Tuck in
    For sweet treats aplenty, head to the cheesecake festival at Bengaluru Baking Company. Cheesecake varieties include butterscotch pecan and white chocolate. Or sample the platter which includes five variants. Rs. 205++ At JW Marriott, Vittal Mallya Road. Details: 67189999

     

     

    Food9Snips3Decadent dining
    Sunday brunch at Mynt boasts free-flowing Moet-et-Chandon champagne, and one of the city’s most lavish spreads. With Lebanese, Indian and Italian counters to choose from, don’t forget to step out and try the open-air barbeque. Rs. 2,850++ (including alcohol). At Mynt, The Taj West End, Victoria Layout. Details: 66605660

     

     

     

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