Community Happenings – Friday June 14, 2019 – June 20, 2019
Community Happenings – Friday June 14, 2019 – June 20, 2019
The next meeting of Pattaya City Expats Club (PCEC) will be held on Sunday, June 16. The PCEC program varies, but usually involves a guest speaker on a topic of interest to Expats. The program starts at 10:30 am with a buffet breakfast available from 9:00 to 11:00 am on the 4th floor of the Holiday Inn’s Executive Tower located behind the Holiday Inn’s Bay Tower on Beach Road.
The Pattaya International Music Festival , one of the biggest beach music festivals in Asia, takes place along Pattaya Beach Road and Jomtien Beach from June 14-15. This fun festival brings famous Asian and Thai artists to stages set up alongside the beautiful seashore. Music genres include pop, rock, hip-hop and R’n’B. Concerts will be held from 6pm until late on each of the two days of the event.
A Joint Chambers Eastern Seaboard networking evening will be held at the Alexa Beach Club Pattaya at Pinnacle Grand Jomtien Resort on Friday, June 14 from 6.30 p.m. – 9 p.m. (last drinks at 8.30 p.m.). Entrance cost is THB 500 on the door for members and THB 1,000 for non-members. Admission includes free-flow drinks and finger food.
The 2019 Ladies European Thailand Golf Championship takes place at Phoenix Gold Golf and Country Club in Pattaya from June 20-23. The tournament is co-sanctioned by the Ladies European Tour (LET) and Thai Ladies Professional Golf Association (Thai LPGA). Tickets for spectators are priced at Bt100 per day and are available at the public entrance to the course. Those under 18 and over 60 with relevant proof of age are exempt from course entrance fees.
The Bangsaray Beach Club is hosting a fundraiser for Disabled Sailing in Thailand on Saturday, June 29. It aims to help Thailand’s disabled sailors realize their ultimate dream of sending a team to the Paralympics. The evening includes a buffet, raffle, games and entertainment. Ticket price: THB 350. Visit website www.disabledsailingthailand.org for more details or call 063 306 4656.
Hard Rock Hotel Pattaya will hold its 16th annual charity fundraiser including a special concert by ‘The Parkinson’ on Friday, July 5, from 7:00pm. All proceeds go directly to the Hard Rock Pattaya Philanthropic projects. The night will start with pre-dinner cocktails and followed by a signature grand dinner buffet at the Hall of Fame. Drinks are free-flow and unlimited. A fantastic charity auction of many wonderful prizes will follow. Normal ticket price: Bt 3,000, Premium ticket: Bt 3,500. Tickets can be purchased at the hotel lobby or call 038-428755.
The Eastern Seaboard Businessmen’s Dinner is a monthly event taking place at the Mantra Restaurant at the Amari Pattaya Resort on the last Thursday of the month. It brings together business leaders from various backgrounds including Automotive, Aerospace, Real Estate, Architecture, FMCG, Electronics, White Goods, Logistics, Recruitment, Legal, Consulting, and others in a relaxed atmosphere. If you are interested in attending please contact [email protected] .
A Farmers’ Market takes place every 2nd Saturday of the month at the Holiday Inn hotel on Pattaya Beach Road from 10.30 am – 3.30 p.m. Products range from wellness items, jewelry, freshly prepared food, organic vegetables and fruits. The next market will be held July 13.
A stamp market is held every Sunday from 10.00 a.m. till 3.00 p.m.at Rahnpintang Moe Kata Restaurant, Panji Place, on Soi Ponphraphanimit 7 (200m from the Bangkok Highway underpass). Here can you exchange stamps from the whole world. Call 089 091 3418 for more information and directions. Dining
Oasis, the all-day dining restaurant in Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort Pattaya , has a menu of ocean-fresh seafood every Sunday evening to Friday evening. The Oasis chefs present Thai, Japanese and Asian recipes, with the freshest sushi, sashimi, oysters, crab, mussels, lobster, and fish steamed, grilled, fried and barbecued available from the food stalls and the buffet table. The price is only THB 999 per person, and half price for children under the age of 12 years. Buffet served from 18:00 to 22:30 hrs. For more information or reservations, contact 038 714 981.
Horizon Rooftop Restaurant & Bar, Hilton Pattaya invites beef lovers to experience giant ‘Tomahawk’ steaks throughout June. Enjoy charcoal-grilled Tomahawk cooked to perfection and served with grilled mix vegetables, baked potato and 3 kinds of sauces. A set is recommended for 2 people and priced at THB 3,250 net. For more information or reservations, call +66(0)38 253 000 or Line ID @hiltonpattaya or email [email protected] .
Saturday Night Buffet is back at AVANI Pattaya Resort & Spa . Experience regional favourites galore, street dishes and artisan desserts, as you relax with classical Thai dance and live music. Every Saturday night at Sala Rim Nam Restaurant from 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm. Priced at THB 599++ per person. Kids under 5 eat free. You can also savour an elegant environmental dining experience under the stars with Mother Nature every Monday from 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm at Sala Rim Nam with all diners receiving eco-friendly flashlight. For more information and reservations, call 038 412 120
Ali Baba , Pattaya’s most famous Tandoori and curry restaurant offers a free carafe of wine for every 2 diners. All vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes are prepared by expect Indian chefs using traditional recipes. For more information or bookings, call 038 361 620.
Persimmon restaurant at Pattana Golf Club & Resort offers 3 weekly theme nights for customers to enjoy exciting dining concepts. Pizza/Pasta Night, 299 Baht net per person, every Tuesday invites you to personalize your favorite Italian dishes. Wednesday is Seafood Night, 399 Baht net per person, with unlimited amounts of the freshest seafood from the local market. On Fridays, enjoy a variety of barbecued meats during the Carnivore Night at 499 Baht net per person. Book your seat prior and enjoy your dinner at Tel. 038 318 999 ext. 11230 or email to: [email protected] .
L’Olivier Restaurant invites you to enjoy a daily cold buffet and 4-course menu comprising soup, salad bar, main course and dessert for only 395 baht. The buffet menu is changed every two days. The restaurant specializes in French Provencal cuisine, traditional Thai food and rare Vietnamese dishes. Dine in air conditioned comfort or on the terrace. Located on Jomtien Walking Street between View Talay 2 and Jomtien Complex on the main taxi thoroughfare. For reservations, call Ms. Wan on Tel. 061 854 4848 (French, English & Thai spoken).
The Bay Grill & Buffet at Dusit Thani Pattaya : Dine with a sea view and enjoy seafood and meat barbecue accompanied by Thai and international items from soup, appetizers and main courses to dessert for only THB 1200++ per person. Free flowing beverage for additional THB 599++ per person. The Bay is open daily from 18:30 – 22:00. Call 038 425 611-7 ext. 2149 0r 2150 for more information and reservations.
Big Fish restaurant at [email protected] Design Hotel Pattaya enhances its seafood buffet with more premium catches and live music entertainment. The restaurant offers a nightly Seafood BBQ Buffet at only THB 777 net or THB 1,099 net with free-flow wine. Enjoy high-quality, premium seafood cuisine as you listen to acoustic guitar and piano music from prominent local artists. Seafood BBQ Buffet at Big Fish is available every night from 6:00 p.m. to 10 p.m. For reservations call 038 930 600 or email [email protected] .
After 14 years as the Landlord of an Irish Pub, the name Kim Fletcher has not disappeared. Kim may have gone from Jamesons, but his wife Goy has ensured that the name Fletcher has not died by opening Fletchers’ Folly , a boutique pub on the Dark Side. Kim is trying to get used to being retired, but the new ‘pensioner’ loves regaling the drinkers with stories from his lifetime in pubs, punctuated with his characteristic laugh. Fletchers’ Folly is on Siam Country Club Road, opposite Maxxis tyres and 300 meters before the “Chicken Crossroads”. Food and drinks at very reasonable prices.
Pizza and Pasta All You Can Eat at Mövenpick Siam Hotel Na Jomtien : Twist Restaurant features Italian classics like creamy Carbonara or meaty Bolognese with a choice of pasta, or the delicious Prosciutto Pizza with your choice of regular or whole wheat dough. The menu also includes original Thai-fusion pizzas and pasta such as the Tom Yam pizza with chili paste, prawn, squid and Thai herbs or the tasty Green Curry Pasta. Available all day from Sunday – Thursday at only THB 500 per person, with a glass of soft drink. For more information or reservation, call 033 078 888.
The Thai Garden Terrace Restaurant offers nightly dining presentations with different themed “all you can eat” buffets at the resort poolside: Monday – Italian buffet; Tuesday – BBQ buffet; Wednesday – Duck buffet; Thursday – German buffet with roasted pig; Friday – Asian Delights buffet; Saturday – international buffet; Sunday – Steak & Skewers buffet. The buffet starts from 6 p.m., runs until 9 p.m. All this for just 499 baht net per adult or 299 baht per child under 12 (kids under 4-years old eat free). What you see is what you pay, no additional service charges or VAT. For reservations call 038 370 614 or make your booking at www.thaigarden.com under “buffet reservation”. Thai Garden Resort is located on North Pattaya Road, 200 meters from the Dolphin roundabout and 200 meters before Tesco Lotus.
Yupin’s Restaurant in Jomtien Complex offers some fabulous culinary options including Fines De Claires Oysters arriving fresh ‘Par Avion’ from Normandy in France. Served on ice with lemon and on request a spicy Thai sauce for dipping. An amazing experience. Only 595 baht per six oysters. Yupin’s fantastic French onion soup is now available again! For more information or reservations, call 038 250394 or visit website: www.yupins.com .
Linda’s Restaurant is large with seating for 200 people, with a covered al fresco verandah outside for those who wish to smoke. Inside, in air-conditioned comfort, there are comfortable chairs and decent sized tables, with white starched napery. Linda’s Restaurant is located on Thappraya Road opposite the Jomtien Complex. Open seven days a week from 7.30 a.m. until late. For reservations, Tel: 038 252 726, visit www.lindasrestaurant.com , or Email [email protected] .
Yamato Restaurant located on Soi Yamato has been around for more than 39 years and the soi was named after its oldest tenant. This is a restaurant to take a few people with you. The prices are certainly not over the top, and the quality is superb. Yamato Japanese restaurant, 219/51 Soi Yamato (13/1), close to Beach Road end, telephone 038 429 685 or 038 421 618. Open 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for lunch and 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. for dinner.
The legendary Somsakdi Restaurant has been in operation in Pattaya for more than 40 years. Proprietor and Chef Somsakdi is still cooking and running his amazing restaurant at 78 years of age. The menu is probably the largest in Pattaya, with 374 individual items. Each dish is in Thai with an English explanation underneath. Rather than be swamped by choices, let Somsakdi guide you. After all, who knows his dishes better than he? Somsakdi Restaurant, Pattaya Soi 1, tel. 038 428 987, 038 423 284, 038 429 869, limited parking plus on-street parking in the soi. Hours 11 a.m. until 11 p.m., seven days. Entertainment
Despacito Fridays at [email protected] Design Hotel Pattaya –Start off the weekend with a sensual step Latin night at the Roof Sky Bar, every Friday from 4pm – 10pm with DJ Ro-Bi-El Gordo and DJ Rocky, plus zumba classes. Free admission, ladies enjoy a free drink until 5pm. For more information, call 038 930 600.
Enjoy great music from Thomas Reimer, one of the most famous European Jazz guitarists, playing live every evening (except Tuesday) from 6.00 p.m. – 10 p.m. at the Sugar Hut restaurant on Thappraya Road, call 038 364 186 for details. Community Services
The North Star Library on Sukhumvit Road, north Pattaya holds regular Thai language classes Mon – Fri from 10.30 a.m. till 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. till 2.30 p.m. Cost of admission is 100 baht per session for library members and 200 baht for non-members. Private lessons are also available for 200 baht per hour. In addition, the library also holds Yoga training every Tuesday from 1 – 2 p.m. at the Father Ray Foundation. Cost is 1200 baht for 6 sessions (first session free). For more information, call 081 575 4854 or email [email protected]
Alcoholics Anonymous: The Pattaya Group meets Monday, Tuesday and Friday at 5 p.m., Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 7:30 p.m. All meetings are closed (alcoholics only) and are held at Soi Skaw Beach (off Pattaya 2nd Rd). Contact Carl 08-456-31-671. The Good Morning Pattaya Group meets 9 a.m. every morning. All meetings are ‘open’: contact 084 564 8479. The Jomtien Group meets every day at noon at Jomtien Long Stay Hotel: Contact, Andrew 086 107 6631. The Scandinavian Group meets on Tuesdays and Fridays 6 p.m. at the Norwegian Seaman’s Church, Thappraya Road Soi 7: contact Hans 085 135 7755 or Rune (Rayong) 089 754 9515. 9.00 a.m. meetings every day at Satree Pattana Centre on Soi Skaw Beach off Second Road. Call 080 563 0232.
The Samaritans of Thailand English Help Line operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide support to the expatriate community. English-speaking staff, trained in crisis intervention will provide active, non-judgmental and empathetic listening services on the phone. All calls will be handled on an anonymous basis and are free of charge. (02) 713-6791.
Overeaters Anonymous – The ‘Up to You’ group meets Wednesdays 9:30-10:30 a.m. in the housing area just behind Pan Pan Restaurant in Jomtien on Thappraya Road. Call Steve at 038-364-207(h) or 089-250-1359 (cell) for directions or more information.
Narcotics Anonymous – Hotline: 082 811 2686. 3 English speaking meetings in Pattaya near Central Festival and 2 in Jomtien each week. Also regular Thai speaking meetings at 12 noon every Sunday, and Persian Farsi speaking meetings at 5.30 pm on Thursdays. Please call the Hotline for details. Groups & Associations
Rotary Club of Jomtien-Pattaya (English) meets every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at Royal Cliff Grand Hotel, Pattaya City. Fellowship begins at 18.30 hrs and Dinner meeting at 19.00 hrs. President Vutikorn Kamolchote Email:
Rotary Club Eastern Seaboard (English) meets at the Siam Bayshore Hotel, 17.30 hrs for 18.00 hrs on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of every month, followed by dinner (Fellowship) President Brian Songhurst Email:
Rotary Club Phönix Pattaya (German) meets every Tuesday at the Holiday Inn Pattaya at 19.00 hrs. President Peter Schlegel Email: [email protected] .
Le Rotary Pattaya Marina , seul Rotary Francophone d’Asie, vous accueille les premier et troisième vendredis de chaque mois, début des réunions 19h, à l’hôtel Pullman G Pattaya Wongamat – 445/3 Moo 5 – Soi 16 – Pattaya Naklua Road. Venez agir avec le Rotary pour changer des vies. Pierre Yves Eraud Président 2018-2019 Email: < [email protected] .
Rotary Club of Pattaya (Thai-English) meets at the First Pacific Hotel, Central Road on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month. Meetings begin at 19.00 hrs. President Stephen Devereux Email:
Post 12146 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States of America (Ban Chang – U-Tapao, Thailand) meets the second Saturday of each month at 13:00 at Sinthavee Park Condo, 2/1 Moo 5, in Ban Chang. If you are interested, please contact Membership Chairman Dan Morgan at or visit website: www.banchangvfwpost12146.org .
The Royal British Legion Thailand meets on the last weekend of every month at various locations around the city. Please join and like the Face Book page and you will see the all the social events listed. You do not have to have served in the Armed Forces to become a member and can join in the many social events arranged throughout the year. The Legion’s primary aim is the care and welfare of those who have served and/or their dependents. For general enquiries send an email to – [email protected] . SHARE
‘Delhi dines out the most, Bengaluru splurges more’
06.29AM IST Full site ‘Delhiites dine out the most, but Bengaluru splurges more’ Reeba Zachariah | TNN | Jun 13, 2019, 03:09 IST MUMBAI: When it comes to dining out, Indians aren’t waiting for special events. They increasingly consume non-home cooked food to satisfy their cravings or tuck in to a good meal. A survey by the National Restaurant Association of India (NRAI) shows each month, consumers are eating out nearly seven times a month. Whether they dine in restaurants, grab food on the go or have a meal delivered, the national average is 6.6 times per month. This, however, is nowhere near the incidence in other Asian cultures such as Singapore (where they dine out 30 times a month), Bangkok (45) and Shanghai (60). On an average, Delhiites dine out six times a month and can’t get enough of the local stuff – more than half their outings are for North Indian grub. Mumbaikars, on the other hand, eat out 4.2 times, with many preferring to dig into south Indian dishes. In Bengaluru, strangely, south Indian did not rank very high, with many of the respondents choosing ‘north Indian’ and ‘Biryani’ over it. But Mumbai has the largest of the organised food service markets pegged at nearly Rs 41,000 crore, followed by Delhi at Rs 31,132 crore and Bengaluru at Rs 20,014 crore. Across India, North Indian fare is, by far, the most popular (41% of the approximately 7,500 respondents called it their top favourite), followed by Chinese (27%), south Indian (23%), Mughlai (22%) and Italian (16%). Interestingly, in Mumbai, among international cuisines, 33% prefer Italian compared to 29% who like Chinese. People in the island city also prefers south Indian food over north Indian cuisines. Another surprising finding of the survey is that people in Bengaluru prefer north Indian food (27%), followed by Biryani (11%) while south Indian foods are preferred by only 10% there. The survey highlights that an Indian household on an average spends Rs 2,500 per month on eating out. The city that spends the most is Bengaluru which splurges Rs 3,586 on its indulgences. For Mumbaikars, the figure is Rs 2,890 while it is Rs 1,381 for Delhi. Anurag Katriar of deGustibus Hospitality, which runs Indigo Deli, said, “The Mumbai market could be further expanded if there is a policy for operating food trucks/food truck parks, archaic drinking permits are abolished and there is a change in limitation on operating hours.” According to the survey, dining out is the most popular choice followed by take-aways and home deliveries. Over 80% of the respondents said they would prefer affordable casual dining restaurants and quick service restaurants to eat out while cafes and desserts & ice-cream parlours are the most frequented. People selected “good food quality” as the main reason influencing their choice of restaurant, followed by “always go there/order from them” and “like the taste of their dishes”. Surprisingly, “Happy hours” as a reason for selecting a restaurant scored the least – barely 1% of respondents indicated it as a reason. The survey also showed that as high as 83% preferred to eat out with a companion while 17% preferred to eat alone. Of those who would dine out with a companion, 37% said they preferred a friend to accompany them, while 30% preferred other family members and 27% preferred spouse or partner. Sundays continue to be the most popular day for eating non-home cooked food, but weekday outings are increasing. This is because busier lifestyles are leading to less consumption of home cooked food. 42% of the respondents said they would prefer to eat out on a Sunday while for 13% Wednesday was the top choice and for 12% it was Saturday. As high as 41% preferred their dinner out while 22% preferred a lunch outside their home and 20% opted for a snack between meals for eating out.
Italian pips Chinese as Mumbai’s fav cuisine
When it comes to dining out, Indians aren’t waiting for special events. They increasingly consume non-home cooked food to satisfy their cravings. A survey by the National Restaurant Association of India (NRAI) shows every month, consumers are eating out nearly seven times.
DROP EXCHANGE ~ Authentic North Indian & Persian Cuisine in Solaris Mont Kiara
DROP EXCHANGE SOLARIS MONT KIARA Taste Of Authentic North Indian & Persian Cuisine Have you heard of DROP EXCHANGE? They are the FIRST BAR AND RESTAURANT in town with the stock market concept for ordering drinks! Being the first Wall-Street-themed bar and restaurant in Kuala Lumpur, Drop Exchange offers you the best of both worlds ~ Great-tasting authentic Northern Indian and Persian cuisine together with an array of alcoholic drinks such as whisky, gin, wines, beers and cocktails among others. Pretty amazing, right? Read on for more…
DROP EXCHANGE K-G-3 SOLARIS MONT KIARA NO 2 Jalan Solaris Solaris Mont Kiara 50480 Kuala Lumpur Tel 012 608 9066 / 03-6412 2113 Opening Hours Weekdays 11am to 12am Weekends 12pm to 2am WEBSITE dropexchange.com.my FACEBOOK www.facebook.com/dropexchange
Swanky Place For Spirits!
DROP EXCHANGE is a concept that is unique to the Indian culture remake. It’s only here where ones can trade the prices of their drinks before it goes high. You see, the ‘Drop Drinks” is named after the fluctuation of the stock market.
You can trade via an app or live at the venue ~ All spirits start at a base price and are governed by the laws of demand and supply. Based on the frequency of order and the time periods in which different customers place orders, the demand of a particular spirit, wine or beer grows or declines and the prices go up or down.
Drop Exchange App
On top of that, every day, the market crashes as well, so customers can trade their favourite spirits and purchase at rock bottom prices. Trading then begins all over again from this new set base price. That’s where it’s getting exciting too. To find out more, you can download Drop Exchange App from GOOGLE PLAY or APP STORE .
Coming back to their good and authentic North Indian and Persian cuisine that’s hard to come by, especially outside the city centre, Drop Exchange will satisfy your cravings with their exquisite selections of appetizers, bar bites (new word for food to go with drinks), mains, lunch specials and desserts too. Click here for FULL MENU 😋
Based on restaurant recommendations, we started off with its signatures must-have Tandoor appetizers of Chicken Tikka and Homemade Cottage Cheese Chargrill.
Chicken Tikka RM 30
A personal favourite of mine, the Chicken Tikka was like heaven in my mouth. You see, I have a soft spot for all kind of food that chargrilled. With the authentic flavour of Punjab recipe, the chef coats the chicken with hung curd, special Indian herbs and spices to be roasted in tandoor to perfection.
No tandoori dish, tikkas or kebabs are complete without this mint chutney on the side. I truly enjoyed the flavourful mint chutney made with thick hung curd and fresh herbs to gives it a creamy and silky texture ~ A lovely dipping sauce that goes well with all of their dishes. Best eaten with the tandoori delicacies!
Galouti Kebabs RM 28
Apart from the Chicken Tikka, lamb lovers can opt for Galouti Kebabs. This is toasted minced mutton layered with bread and served with fresh coconut chutney serves on the side as a dipping sauce.
Homemade Cottage Cheese Chargrill RM 27
Next, for vegan treats or even non-vegan, the Homemade Cottage Cheese Chargrill would be an excellent choice. This popular vegetarian Tandoor dish features super healthy baked cottage cheese that’s flavoured just right and marinated well in spices, cool and cream.
Roasted in tandoor, so there should be char lending to that smokiness we love so much. Spicy, juicy, light and slightly smoky, this is a perfect vegetarian alternative to tandoori chicken.
Cutlis RM 25
More appetizers from the Indian Bites menu – there’s also the Cutlis , a vegetable cutlet coated with bread crumbs and deep-fried to perfect crisp on the outside and soft on the inside. Best eaten with the fresh coconut chutney serves on the side.
MAINS Salli Ma Margi RM 25
To experience Persian cuisine, appreciating the wonders of herbs, generous use of secret spices and natural ingredients, this amazing chicken dish from ‘Parsi Kitchen’ is a good introduction to Middle Eastern fare.
The Persian Curry Chicken or better known as Salli Ma Margi in the menu is the star dish of the night. I enjoyed every bite of the tender chicken meat with the rich gravy for its unique preparation that fully absorbed the spices in the marinade.
The hearty dish comes topped with crunchy potato salli (thin potato sticks) and Pav (soft bun) to soak up the delicious curry gravy. You can also order warm steam rice to go with this dish.
Papeta Par Edu RM 20
Moving on, there’s the hearty vegetarian dish called Papeta Par Edu ~ Featuring a Parsi-style tomato onion masala dish topped beautifully with a baked sunny-side-up egg.
To best complement this dish, it served with Pav, those soft fluffy buns to soak or mop up the flavoursome aromatic gravy. If you’re looking for a more filling meal with some meat, add in RM 5 for chicken.
Tandoori Butter Chicken
Of course, a trip to a Northern India restaurant is incomplete without Tandoori dishes. Firing up our tastebuds that night was the unforgettable, Tandoori Butter Chicken . Chicken lovers like me, look forward to more grilled dishes on the table.
Tandoori Butter Chicken is one of the highlights as it was aromatic with a smoky flavour. It was so well-marinated with curd and spices that you can taste it in the freshly grilled tender and juicy meat from the charcoal tandoor.
It was served to the table looking absolutely gorgeous, charred on sides and drizzled with mint coriander chutney! This is one dish I will come back for more in my next visit.
Rogan Josh RM 40
Meat lovers can check out Rogan Josh , a popular aromatic meat dish of Persian or Kashmiri origin. It was brought to Kashmir by the Mughals.
The Kashmiri lamb curry is a deep red spicy mutton dish cooked with spices and yoghurt, loaded with yummy flavours, making this a perfect meal eaten with a warm bowl of steamed Basmati rice or naan. For me, it tastes delicious either way. More rice, please!
Last but not least, vegetarians will go gaga over this Indian vegan dish of Dal Makhani. A staple in India, Dal Makhani or Buttery Lentils , is a dish originated notably in the Punjab region.
The lentils dish is cooked by simmering butter and cream or yoghurt, over low heat to perfection. It’s a nutritious, loaded with plant-based protein dish for those looking for a healthy and filling meal. Portion-wise is generous and good for two pax sharing.
DESSERTS Topping off this filling meal is a table filled with super sweet treats of dessert, each with its own set of flavours to delight in, so keep some room for more in your tummy.
They range from creamy milk based Gulab Jamun to the traditional Indian homemade ice cream Kulfi and an Indian delicacy, Rabadi in sugar syrup-sweetened milk with cardamom and saffron.
RM 12 Milk solid base South Asian sweet in pistachio cream & nuts
Kulfi RM 15 Traditional Indian homemade ice cream
Rabadi RM 22 An Indian delicacy in sugar syrup-sweetened milk with cardamom and saffron
I also wished to highlight that these authentic desserts are delightful treats only for those with a sweet tooth. As I favour savoury dishes rather than sweet stuff, it was really too sweet for my palate even for me to take a second bite into these desserts. 😆
Drop Exchange has much to offer in terms of good food and awesome drinks – A great place to chill and relax with your friends over a drink or two. Oh yes, there’s the LADIES NIGHT every Wednesday , so ladies enjoy free flow cocktails from 7-9pm and a half price after 9pm!
Not forgetting wine lovers, Drop Exchange offers RM 10 per glass starting 7pm onwards! Make your reservation with them via FB message or call 012-6089066 now! Do check out their latest updates on www.facebook.com/dropexchange
LOCATION OF DROP EXCHANGE
Hyderabad House 2nd location in Indiana is Now Open! – Gulte English
Hyderabad House modestly welcomes you to visit our new restaurant in Castleton, Indianapolis and experience the finest authentic Indian cuisines during our Grand official opening this weekend on June 15th, 2019.
Thanks for making our soft opening on June 8th a grand success. This is the biggest Indian restaurant in Indiana state with 250 seating capacity including Patio Bar.
The newer Hyderabad House location in Castleton, Indianapolis is now open all 7 Days of the week offering a wide spread of Lunch Buffet and a huge variety of dinner items. Just a sniff of the lingering smell of these delicacies is promised to leave you awe-struck. Today, our dedication to food encompasses the aesthetic essence of Hyderabadi culture and cuisine which is widely known for its balanced, rich in flavor and artistic use of spices.
Our diversified menu infuses new commendable recipes and authentic flavors that embraces Hyderabad House's famed Dum Biryanis, Curry Leaf chicken, Monagadi Kodi vepudu, Cashew Chicken, Ulavacharu Kodi Vepudu, Avakai Chicken Biryani, Gongura Chicken Biryani, Vijaywada Chicken Biryani, Ulavcharu Biryani and Rajugari Kodi Pulav, are few of the many which are easily accessible for Indian diaspora in the vicinity.
Visit us to enjoy our feast never to be missed, unique cuisines, desserts and signature appetizers in both Veg & Non-Veg all with a heavenly feel and a dining experience to relive for years.
We offer 18 varieties of Biryani's and over a hundred delicious dishes from authentic Hyderabadi cuisine that are thoughtfully crafted by our in-house food experts, served to your desired spice level to satisfy all your cravings.
This will be our second restaurant in Indiana listed strategically and offering South Indian Delicacies, Bakery and an Appetizing Bar, with lots of Weekend attractions.
The favorite chain will cater to occasions with high quality food, taking utmost care of the Indians' preferences, dishing out a variety of goodies such as evening happy hour specials, weekend specials and a lot more.
Our specially designed menus throughout the week, impeccable service we provide and our extraordinary attention to detail in every aspect of the dining experience are the key reasons for us to proudly serve our never ending patrons everyday.
Our existing location on Michigan Road will soon be transformed into a self-service fast food/take out joint.
“Speaking about the opening of the new location, owners Jagadish Paruchuri and Vamsi Muppala of Nawabi Hyderabad House Biryani Place in Indianapolis, IN have thanked the customers for making the 1st location a grand success.”
“They have requested all the Indian Food Lovers in the Indiana area to visit the new location and taste the authentic and mouthwatering food offered at Nawabi Hyderabad House Biryani Place's 2nd Location in Castleton, IN.
8540 Castleton Corner Dr,
Contact: (317) 436-8113 || (317) 689-8635
AUSTIN, TX – JUNE 2019 Call Satish for more information: (480) 241-4347
ATLANTA, GA – AUGUST 2019 Call Srikanth for more Information: (773) 990-9256
For information about Franchise/ Licensing:
USA: Siva Yarlagadda : 201.562.5753, Jaya Prakash Reddy (JP):309-660-2787 & Vamsi Kallepalli :551.208.4336
CANADA: Varma Kalidindi : 647.960.4499 & Siva Yarlagadda : 201.562.5753.
INDIA: Chiranjeevi Reddy Bommareddy : +91 80084 71117
Submit your Franchise/license applications @ http://hyderabadhouse.net/franchise.html
Press release by: Indian Clicks, LLC
What’s the best British cuisine has to offer?
What’s the best British cuisine has to offer? Yorkshire puds and bacon sarnies dominate but there’s little love for black pudding or jellied eels Share The mighty bacon sandwich (Image: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire) Get the biggest Daily
British food is so often the butt of the joke – one famous gag sees the French in charge of cooking in heaven while Brits are doing the cooking in hell.
But while British dishes may not dazzle and delight your taste buds in the same way that Italian or French dishes do, they’re traditional, practical and good enough to stand the test of time, reports Perspecs.
As a nation that takes food rankings with good humour and sense only joking, (remember what happened with crisps?), we thought we’d have a look whether a recent poll into the best of British food hit the spot. The Claim
The YouGov rankings indicate that if we Brits love anything it’s a good fry up and a Sunday roast.
Yorkshire puddings and Sunday roasts made it to the “god tier”, along with the full English breakfast and bacon sandwiches. They were joined at the top by crumpets and fish and chips as the pinnacle of British food.
The absolute king of the British plate was the Yorkshire pudding – the savoury treat from God’s Own Country that goes perfectly with a roast dinner and makes for an excellent place to store gravy. Lovely Yorkshire Puddings just out the oven
Meanwhile, at the other end of the list is the “crap tier”, full of things like liver and onion, laver-bread and jellied eels. They’re not exactly the most appetizing dishes, but they enjoy a cult following from those who do like them.
Looking past the jokes, there’s a lot to like about dishes from Britain – though there’s slim pickings for vegetarians as most tend to revolve around meat. The Counter Claim
As with every time YouGov tries to work out what foods we Brits like best, there’s been a major backlash from people whose favourites ended up near the bottom of the list.
People were furious that the humble pork pie and scotch egg ended up in the “low tier”, garnering less approval than dishes like cauliflower cheese while sitting in the same category as bubble and squeak (boiled potatoes and cabbage if you were wondering).
Pork pies are lovely and scotch eggs are just eggs covered in meat and batter – in what world is that not an improvement on something already close to touching the face of perfection? Black pudding is a popular part of many people’s breakfasts.
Fry up favourites like black pudding ended up in the “crap tier”, while chefs around the nation will weep that the classic dish beef wellington isn’t much beloved, also nestling in the “low tier”.
The complete absence of sausage rolls from the list also caused an uproar, not least with chain bakery Greggs, with both their meat and vegan versions of the food immensely popular. The Facts
If you’re wondering why chicken tikka masala is on the list, it’s because the dish is only thought to have originated in the UK (although this is highly disputed).
Some claim it’s from the Punjab region in India, while others say Bangladeshi migrants to the UK who opened Indian restaurants invented it to appeal to British tastes.
The famous story goes that Ali Ahmed Aslam, a Pakistani chef with a restaurant in Glasgow, invented the dish after a bus driver complained that his food was too dry. Perspecs – a news app like no other
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YouGov also decided to rank the best sweet foods Britain has to offer, with scones and Victoria sponge in the “god tier” while the deep-fried Mars bar – a cultural and culinary cornerstone of Scotland – was the only thing to end up in the “crap tier”.
Perhaps it’s for the best if we leave that one for another day. Britain can only take so much squabbling over food at once. Like us on Facebook
Hina Khan reveals her fitness mantra and beauty secret
By TellychakkarTeam 13 Jun 2019 06:55 PM
MUMBAI : Hina Khan is one of the most popular and stylish television actresses. She is also a fitness enthusiast and often shares her workout videos on social media. The actress has revealed her fitness mantra and beauty secret.
Talking about turning a fitness freak, Hina told the magazine High On Persona, “In just a matter of a couple of years, I have become what you may say a fitness freak. When I have a lighter week work-wise, I usually go to the gym everyday and when I am shooting back-to-back or traveling, I at least try to reach the door of the gym three-four times a week.”
The actress, who is known for playing the role of Komolika in Kasautii Zindagii Kay 2, also agrees how diet plays an essential role to keep ourselves fit. Hina mentioned, “Of course, diet is a major part of the way you wanna work your body and reach a certain goal. I mainly rely on protein-based diet and anyway I don’t eat a lot so it helps my already fast metabolism. But yes, we too have cheat days as Indians can’t live without the yumminess that our cuisine has to offer.”
Speaking about her workout routine, she said, “I make it a point to work out six days a week for one hour at least. My main workout regime includes a mix of weight training, functional training, kickboxing as well as TRX exercises, for the upper body which targets the back, abs, shoulders, and biceps. I am mainly into hardcore weight training, functional fitness, core strengthening, kickboxing which is a great form of keeping fit according to me, as well as increasing your energy levels, and calisthenics as well which is a type of body weight training. Also, HIIT (high-intensity interval training) & TRX. I focus on always giving special importance to my posture which is very important. My mornings start with a glass of lukewarm water with a bit of lemon in it, which makes for an awesome body detox. Post which I have a wholesome breakfast consisting of a glass of fresh fruit or vegetable juice, 2 bananas, corn flakes and alternately a cheese omelet. My diet mainly consists of low carbs and high proteins, which I strictly follow! And only Sunday lunch is a cheat meal for me where I eat anything and everything I like, depending on my mood and craving. I love outdoor exercising too, and I indulge in some swimming, running or jogging and yoga as well, as and when I want a break from the regular exercise routine I follow.”
She also shared her daily grooming by saying, “I feel that whatever we eat shows on our face. Our face is the mirror of our internal system. I drink lots of water, at least 12 glasses a day. It helps me clear my system which reflects on my skin. I also drink coconut water twice a day. A bowl of curd is also a must. I also have one amla a day to detoxify my system and retain the glow on my face. I eat both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food, but I don’t overeat. Moderation is the key to a healthy body and when you have a healthy body there is a glow on your skin. I prefer home remedies like applying fresh tomato face pack, as it refreshes my skin. I also put malai on my face sometimes and also take steam to soften my skin. A mixture of dried orange rind and milk is great for exfoliating the skin. I also use milk and rose water on my skin to keep it supple. For my over-night homemade spa treatments for hair, I use a mixture of egg and yogurt. For an extra dose of shine, I combine lemon juice with buckwheat water and rinse it after shampooing. I use a warm towel to wrap it around my head to steam the scalp as it encourages blood flow in the area. I never let even a drop of conditioner touch the scalp.”
11 Online Business Models
Canada Corporate Strategy Cyclical Canada 11 Online Business Models Gary C. Bizzo Follow | Thursday, 13 June 2019 11:59 (EST)
Image: Bruno Glätsch , Pixabay
I know a lot of people who envision a business of their own but don’t either know how, think of it as an alternative to a brick and mortar business or don’t have the time to devote to running it. They want to let it run itself.
The online marketplace is opening the door to an entirely new entrepreneur. They’re keeping their day job but are creating an online source of revenue that will augment what they earn. It makes sense to have a secondary business for many reasons including residual income, security and more disposable cash.
There’s a plethora of advisors out there to help you create and define your online enterprise, and the models are myriad. The premise is easy: you are simply bringing supply and demand together on a platform that never sleeps.
My buddy sold short research papers on the craziest topics many years ago that earned him a few dollars every hour of the day. He wrote on “How to get rid of cockroaches” and while we were having a beer in a pub his sales notification bell kept going off on his phone indicating a purchase – seriously?
You must admit online sales seem easy. After all, you usually don’t require inventory, you can forget manufacturing and you earn money instantly. Your inventory is drop shipped from the manufacturer to Amazon without you even seeing it and PayPal manages the purchase and even deposits the money in your bank – cool!
There are unbelievably ingenious methods to sell products and services. Some of my students are from India. One told me of a restaurant in Gurgaon, India, that charges you for your time, not for the food! Ok, so it’s not online but the idea is curious. You pay roughly 22 cents a minute to eat from a buffet. The buffet comprising Italian, Indian and Chinese cuisine and your time starts the moment you pick up the plate. Once you’re done, you raise your hand to stop the timer and a check arrives with a charge for the number of minutes you spent eating.
RELX ( RELX ) , fka Reed Elsevier, is a global provider of information and analytics for professional and business costumers across industries. RELX’s business is in scientific journals. They print them on a weekly and monthly basis and the subscribers have to pay for getting access to the latest ongoing researches in various industries. Academics upload their work for free, peers edit the work online and Elsevier sells it back to the schools and universities it came from. The government funds most of the research, pays for the salaries of those who are involved in checking the quality of the research and then buys most of the published product – pure genius!
Ok, so there are very creative minds out there however there are many business models that you can use yourself. Why reinvent the wheel?
Some of the more typical methods to sell online:
– Sell products
– Sell services
– Pay per product use
– Pay per service use
– Multi-side platforms
– Sell virtual goods
So, you setup a website or use someone else’s and you sell your products or service online. It might be your own handcrafted goods or your personal services. You can sell handicrafts at Etsy or your services through AngiesList. You control everything from the price to the delivery. I’ve seen many people earn crazy amounts of money by being an Amazon ( AMZN ) affiliate.
Pay-per-use works well when the service can be effectively metered. Zipcar , the Avis ( CAR ) subsidiary, Modo and Car2Go offer car-sharing for people who use a car occasionally effectively disrupting the auto sales industry where the price is aligned with use. You just have to look at Netflix ( NFLX ) to see how pay-per-view has enabled the shift from standard broadcast technology to multiple cable channels. For SaaS companies, the shift to cloud-based computing models has been a godsend. It drives me crazy because we used to use our programs for years after purchasing them. Now we have to pay monthly to use them.
Subscriptions have been with us for decades and we’re used to it. The customer is already sold on the idea of subscription purchasing so it’s an easy sell. I guess pay-per-use is partly a subscription but so is your newsletter, your educational blog and any information-based platform to which you can get people to subscribe.
Who doesn’t love the Freemium model? When Hotmail first appeared this model was a surprise. Like many, I feel if you have a kick ass product that is delivering value, charge for it. Freemium is an exceptional method of going viral as long as it is a great product or service, and you can convert it to a revenue model before you go broke. Skype is a great example of this although I am at a loss how they make money.
Well Facebook ( FB ) made the case for creating a platform, giving it away for free, building up a massive following then using the people to push advertising as a revenue generator. Just in case you are skeptical about this revenue model, Facebook’s mobile ad business grew 36.1% during the quarter to $15.475 billion from $11.373 billion a year earlier.
Creating a business model based on donations is sketchy at best. I know people make millions from crowdfunding and there are cases of “causes” generating incredible monies but the normal donation site gets little revenue. I was pitched by a crowdfunding “expert” who wanted to manage a campaign for me. When I asked her how many campaigns she had done over the years she told me she managed two dozen or more. How many reached their goal – none!
Open source projects are generally developed within communities of enthusiastic programmers who often voluntarily contribute their time at RedHat ( RHT ) .
The developers of Linux are considered to be worth $1 billion. Sure they give the product away, and that’s the rationale why developers work for free to develop it, but there are revenue-generating features of open-source. They give away the software but support and enterprise solutions are costly.
A two-sided market, also called a multi-side platform, is an intermediary economic platform having two distinct user groups that provide each other with network benefits (Wikipedia). Great examples of this are LinkedIn ( LNKD ) and eBay ( EBAY ) .
Two-sided markets are also useful in explaining many free pricing or Freemium strategies where one user group gets free use of the platform in order to attract the other user group.
If you’re a gamer you will know about virtual goods. Each day, thousands of transactions take place via markets such as eBay for virtual swords, currency, or clothing across a multitude of virtual world environments. If you can create a cool game, give it away to massive crowds of young people you can make a killing getting them to pay a small amount for rewards.
Virtual goods – hmm! You use hard currency to purchase virtual currency (Bitcoin) to buy virtual goods that leaves you nothing in the end. I guess that’s entertainment.
While I purchase almost everything online, I prefer my company to be on solid footing on solid ground, so I can interact with my clients personally versus having just an online presence. But then again, I do sell my books on Amazon .
Bizzo is CEO of Bizzo Management Group Inc. and Bizzo Integrated Marketing Corp. in Vancouver. London-based Richtopia placed Bizzo on the Top 100 Global Influencers in the World for 2018. He is an Adjunct Professor of Integrated Marketing at the New York Institute of Technology, MBA School of Management (Vancouver Campus).
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Have not seen such a massive spread of breakfast fast ever before. You must specially try the Indian food ny their Chef Ramesh Singh. He is indeed good. They have all types of cuisines and it takes almost 2 hours to enjoy the spread. nSo you must give yourself enough time to enjoy the same. The location of the restaurant has its own charm too.
East Hyde Park Restaurant Archeology on Eire Avenue
Over-the-Rhine has done a phenomenal job of garnering national recognition for the Cincinnati food scene. But I have to fist pump with some neighborhood pride for my little enclave in quiet East Hyde Park. Long before the OTR restaurant bubble, there was a about a two block section of Eire that became a playground for hyper-fusion international cuisine in Cincinnati. In fact, this little section of Hyde Park East has housed a quiet neighborhood foodie scene since World War II.
When I moved into the area, almost two decades ago, there were still bungalows to be had for bargains from some of the original owners, or their families. I bought mine from a retired unmarried teacher, the daughter of the man who built it in 1922. I spent the next several years renovating, but preserving its original craftsman character. My small enclave were the working class homes of Hyde Park, a contrast to the monstrous Victorian mansions on Observatory just up the hill. The old streetcar line which these Business Barons took to their offices downtown, ended near the corner of Delta and Eire. The miniscule cottages on Tarpis, where the funky Mushroom House stands, were built as worker cottages for the single streetcar operators. The old car barn was located behind what is now Coffee Emporium .
The first block to take on this fusion cuisine is a series of connected 1920s era one story, neighborhood shops at Eire and Amberson, that includes Haps Irish Pub, an old school barbershop and a family pharmacy. One of the first Thai restaurants on the East Side, Bangkok Bistro, which took over a vacated Snappy Tomato Pizza joint in the complex in 1994, introduced Pad Thai and Choo Chee to many gringos in Cincinnati. They paved the way for Lemongrass on Madison, Ruthai’s on Linwood, and Wild Ginger on Edwards.
Chef Yaj of Cumin.
Then, in the early 2000s, Chef “Yaj” Udyaya and Tunisian native Alex Mchaikl, renovated the old Taco Casa in the same complex, creating a very small boutique Indian restaurant called Cumin. I thought I had died and gone to heaven. They brought bold flavors and interesting new dishes that none of us could pronounce. Cumin expanded into a larger spot next door, then it became Ash in 2013, and now Café Mediterranean, owned by Fahri Ozdil. The small original Cumin space became an Israeli restaurant, then M, a wood fired pizza place, and now it’s Forno Osterio + Bar, the brainchild of Tuscan chef Christian Pietoso, of Via Vitae and Nicola’s. Forno has a wild boar with chocolate sauce – cinghiale in cocciolato – that’s as authentic as the same dish I had in Montelpuciano, Italy, at the Café Polizano.
Around the corner at Saybrook and Eire, is another late 1920s cluster of shops that has housed great restaurants since the 1930s. The end shop at 2672 Eire first housed the Saybrook Tavern, a family restaurant specializing in steaks, and seafood, and known for their kissing fish mural in the dining room. The owner James Morgenroth, operated a butcher shop next door and then opened the Saybrook Tavern in 1946. He served as President of the local National Restaurant Association, and would operate the Tavern until 1976. Morgenroth sold to his manager, David Walsh, who would then sell it to the next owner in 1984, when it would become Pasta al Dente.
Pasta al Dente was fantastic and always packed – they dished huge portions at great prices. Serving homemade ravioli and cannelloni and stuffed zucchini, it was great for us recent, poor college graduates who could make three meals out of a trip.
The inside of Saybrook Tavern, 3672 Eire Avenue.
In 2005, owner Jay Scavo decided to close Pasta al Dente. The space was then taken over by Merritt Oleksi, a culinarian from Boston, and Charlie Choi, a local Asian restauranteur, and named Sake Bomb. The two pioneered sushi in suburban Cincinnati. Choi would go on to open Dancing Wasabi on Edwards, in the old Beluga restaurant space, and then Mr. Sushi downtown.
In 2011, 2672 Eire would become Saigon Café, a Vietnamese and sushi restaurant, under Alex Ng. I spent many a ‘half price sushi’ night there eating a Hyde Park roll (spicy tuna, cucumber, avocado, and tempura flakes) .
Then, in 2016, Ng closed Saigon, moved it to Clifton and spent the next 18 months renovating the location into Bourbon Smokehouse, which only lasted about six months. They had some of the best smoked wings in the city in my opinion, but they were never consistent and couldn’t compete against East Side barbeque behemoth Eli’s. Now Delicio Coal fired pizza is set to open any day – the fifth restaurant, in the 90 year old space.
Sunshine Fine Foods, at 3501 Eire Avenue, was one of the oldest butcheries and neighborhood markets and now houses 3501 Korean Bistro, with the best Korean wings in the city. Nearby, there’s also a phenomenal craft butcher and deli – Dutch’s Larder – in a 70 year old pony keg, at the corner of Marburg and Eire – where Chef Patrick Hague makes the best Basque sausage and meat creations in the East Side.
Chef Patrick Hague of Dutch’s.
Two residential houses were combined to make Hyde Park Tavern at 3384 Eire Avenue in the early 2000s. At its latest incarnation – Keystone Bar and Grill – you can find several types of gourmet Mac N Cheese. It’s not my thing, but its been popular enough to survive for nearly ten years, mainly, I think, because of their huge outdoor patio.
For a brief period from 2016-2017 there was even a small Chipotle-inspired Indian takeout called Indi-Go, at 3392 Eire, next to Keystone Grill and the dry cleaners, catering to a growing number of Indian immigrants moving into the area. I enjoyed chatting with the owner Sujata Pai, and tasting her samosas and chutneys, but they didn’t last very long.
So, I’ve been lucky to have a smorgasbord of international cuisines within footsteps of my house and I look forward to what comes next!