How would you like your pizza with extra mozzarella, more sauce and toppings? That’s what Devansh Jhaveri from Mafia Chef promises you with his Chicago deep dish pizza at Ashvita Bistro’s fifth pop-up this year. Toppings include jalapenos with sun-dried tomatoes, pepperoni, and more. September 30 to October 9. Rs 395++ onwards. Details: 42109990
Experience quintessential Delhi flavours at the dinner buffet at Buzz, The Gateway Hotel IT Expressway. With chef Mano Kumar Singh (from Gateway Hotel Damdama Gurgaon) in town, expect the essence of Paranthe Wali Gali, like Amritsari kulchey, and the famous teeliwali kulfi from the bylanes of Jama Masjid. Rs 1,200 plus taxes. Details: 66802500
Sunday is for indulgence. Head to the Jamavar at The Leela Palace, where the Jashn-e-Jamavar lunch boasts dishes like Zafrani mahi tikka, Kakinada royalla roast (stir-fried prawns), Hyderabadi lamb biryani and homemade malai kulfi. Rs 2,500++ onwards (without alcohol). Details: 30958077
Band and beer
Crowne Plaza’s Oktoberfest comes with Bavarian-themed pool canopies and a delectable a la carte spread of German breads with sauces and sausages like weisswurt, plus imported beer varieties. Also, KNM Berlin, a German contemporary band will be performing. Rs 300 onwards. Till October 1. Details: 24994101
The Raintree St Mary’s Road’s Asian street food festival is bound to enthrall you with its authentic flavour palette. Apart from dishes like dim sums, prawn hargau, egg foo young and char kway teow, the Burmese falooda-flavoured glass noodle and sago topped with ice cream is one of the main draws.
Rs 2,000 for two. Details: 24304050
Cilantro at Le Royal Meridien’s brunch package has dishes from Kerala, Chettinad and Guntur, along with beverage options. There are also children’s zones complete with magic shows, sugar candy and milk shakes. Rs 2,054 onwards. Details: 22314343