For the Love of Korean Cuisine

For the Love of Korean Cuisine

If we scour the streets of Karachi and ask people of spicy food, usually Korean cuisine does not popo into peoples mind. Though there has been a boom in the Korean food in the last two decades globally as Kimchi has become a household go to pickle, but it has failed to get much traction in this part of the world and still remains a mystery to the majority of the food mongers.
Being from the Karachi our love for spice and heat begins from adolescence, whether it comes from the temperamental climate of the coastal region or the spicy and aromatics used in our daily food. It is strange especially for Karachi hights as we are known for our love for everything spicy and aromatic, which is synonymous to Koran cuisine. Us Karachi hight cannot live without spice or as we say “masala” in our life, but when we think of Asian countries that stand out for there use of spice and specifically chilli in there cuisine most of the time Thailand pops into our head with it with its use of red and green chilies to tantalizing food which makes our taste buds do the tango when we are hit with all the five flavors from salty, sweet, sour, spicy and umami.
My love for Korean cuisine starts during my fore studying abroad in Malaysia where most of the locals were either huge fanatics of the K-pop or the Korean sope opera (Which have a striking resemblance to the Indian and Pakistani drama, no wonder many who enjoyed Korean shows had an affinity towards Bollywood movies). When I was taken by my friends on one of our woozy nightly escapades to a Korean restaurant, as I picked some random meal to sedate the grumbling monster in my belly. What came to the table was a big bowl of red fiery noodles but what stood out was the number of side dish accompanied (known as banchan, which are served with every meal) by it, 4 to be exact. With the first bite as the fiery hit the tongue and awakening all the receptors and making them dance to its fiery tune and I knew there was no going from this (pardon the pun).
That meal introduced me to the world of bold and fiery flavors, though have it similarities with Asian and Pakistani cuisines yet are so uniquely different from one another. If we talk about the flavors which Korean cooking ethos is based upon is the harmony between contrasting flavor sweet, spicy, sour, salt and bitter with the use of ingredients such as soy sauce, Gochugaru (dried red chilli), a lot of fresh garlic and ginger, green onions, sesame, rice vinegar, brown sugar, and hoisin sauce; which is a common thread between many Asian countries. This is also represented in the spectrum of vibrant color making up the food with red, yellow, green, white and black that can be seen in one of the most popular Korean dishes Bibimbap and Gimbabp just to name a few.
Just like Pakistani cuisine, a lot of food is centered around beef particular in Korean cuisine and like many South East Asian countries rice is the staple grain with followed closely by noodles usually served in rich flavourful umami-filled broth. Speaking of vegetable unlike many what Korean cuisine is more widely known for it’s picked or as we say fermented vegetables known as Kimchi something similar to achar but have a very complex flavor ranging from spicy, sour salty and a splash of natural sweetness of the vegetable that cannot be found in any other cuisine makes it a very refreshing condiment that can be eaten throughout the year. With there affinity towards beef in their daily meal and especially for there Barbecues is a common thread, but unlike Pakistani or Indian Barbecues Korean use more intense rich sauces and glazes which are sweet and spicy flavour compared to Pakistan as we are proud of our dry spice mix and testament to that is our usually barbecue fiesta during eid which ends up pitting families over each other to show care there special blend of barbeque (Its just Shahn masala so get over it, and Shahn food if your seeing this where is my endorsement check).
There are many cuisines around the world that are rich in flavor and complex flavor that is waiting to be discovered. Being always adventures I have launched a new venture called Five spice and have launched an exciting menu with some of our tradition and Fusion Kimchis for people to try. We plan to bring not just exotic flavors of Korean cuisine but around the globe to your doorstep so join and follow us on Facebook.

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best south indian restaurants (Anjappar restaurant, 76,race course road, singapor)

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Anjappar’s humble beginnings started in Chennai more than 50 years back imparting the Chennai some typicalChettinad food. As time passed, Anjappar became a synonym for Chettinad Cuisine. Looking for the best South Indian Restaurant » in Little India Singapore? Anjappar offers a rich blend of Indian warmth & elegance. Visit Now!
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How to Start a Food Truck Business in 2019

From 1691, when New Amsterdam (now New York) began regulating street vendors with push carts, ready-made food being sold from a cart or truck has been part of the history of American cuisine.
Whether empanadas and steamed tamales, hamburgers, peanut butter and jelly or grilled cheese sandwiches, halal food or falafel, “street meat” and other vendors have become ubiquitous on college campuses, construction sites, neighborhood celebrations and urban streets. And they are fast gaining popularity outside any locations where a crowd attends an event and is likely to get hungry.
But if you think operating a food truck is easier than running a restaurant, think again: it has its own unique set of difficulties, including a greater pressure to make food fast if you’re lucky enough to be popular enough to have a line. A trick to running a successful food truck is being able to take and make orders fast, and let people pay with everything from cash to debit or charge cards, to phone apps.
That being said, it is considered a good way for a “start-up” restaurant to consider test-marketing and finding a viable location before sinking money into a permanent home.
If running a food truck is your dream, here’s what you need to know:
How to Start a Food Truck Business in 10 Steps Step 1. Decide on a Concept Before sinking any money into actually starting any business, deciding on a concept — an idea what you want your business to do or look like — is usually the best place to start. You know you want a food truck. What kind of food do you envision making and serving? What do you think you’ll need in terms of interior design, logistics, supply?
One concept tried successfully in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, calls itself the ” Kitchen of the Unwanted Animal, ” serving animals such as wild geese that once were protected and have now become so plentiful to be considered pests. And remember, your menu offerings don’t have to be limited to fickle human tastes. Another successful concept is the Seattle Barkery , which caters to a specific clientele: dogs.
Step 2. Research Your Target Market This could come first in your planning if you don’t really care what product you serve or make, you just want to make and serve something from your food truck. But if you want your food truck to be successful, the U.S. government’s Small Business Administration recommends you research your target market .
Step 3. Come Up With a Name After you’ve settled on a concept, and researched your target market, you should have a pretty good idea what you want your business to be to attract customers. Next, after deciding what you want to prepare and serve, fast, where, and why, you’ll need to come up with an attractive name that also conveys to potential customers what you are selling them.
One of my favorites, and a classic, in New York City is the Biriyani Cart — Biriyani is a type of cuisine from the predominantly Muslim northern Indian state of Kashmir, so anyone wanting or curious about that sort of food will be attracted. Of course, it serves other dishes as well. But its name is what draws people to it — that, and its reputation, and the fact it is located in Midtown, where a number of South Asians are employed in businesses in the area.
Step 4. Decide on Your Offerings Menu, and How to Display It The most common means of displaying your menu on a food truck is on a board on the side of the truck near where the food will be ordered. It will have to be in keeping with the concept of your food truck, the type of food, and perhaps appear unique enough to have people associate it with your truck.
Remember, you may decide to change either the offerings, or the prices, or both, at some point in your development, so you don’t want it to be so permanent you have to get a new board every time.
Chalk boards work well for this.
The text should “pop” out from the background and your truck, so make sure it is easy to read, understand, and in a color or font style that helps. Highlight your most popular items, specials, and new items, and make sure your food descriptions are simple and to-the-point. If your menu board is large enough, often photos of what you serve helps customers make a decision. Step 5. Now, You Need a Business Plan According to the SBA, a business plan doesn’t have to be overly formalized. But the process of building and constantly refining your plan will help you ” match the strengths of your business to the opportunities ” your market presents, and can help you deal with threats as they occur. A business plan is also essential for communicating with customers, partners, and potential investors, if you want their support. A business plan helps convince such stakeholders you know what you’re talking about with your business, and your research, and your goals.
Step 6. Figure Out How to Pay for It According to the food truck website mobilecuisine.com , the average cost of starting a food truck business is in the broad range of $40,000-$250,000, because of all sorts of variables.
If you have that sort of money to start your venture, great. But the SBA notes while not all businesses need investors to get started, if you start small, options range from micro loans to more comprehensive small business loans like the SBA 7(a) and 504 loan programs.
Before seeking investment, plan it out. Use your business plan and knowledge you’ve gained from research and even test-marketing as the basis for a loan proposal or investment plan.
And figure out realistically how much money you’ll need – buying local produce and surplus equipment can often save on costs.
Step 7. Buy or Lease Your Truck, Insure It and Set Up and Test Its Design Food trucks cost between $5,000 to $150,000, on average, making the purchase or lease, between $2,000 and $3,000 a month for more than six months, likely your single greatest expense. And that doesn’t include commissary costs between $1,000 and $1,200 a month.
While investing in a new truck at the beginning minimizes the likelihood of other expenses and loss due to repairs, experts in an interview at FoodTruckEmpire.com recommended leasing a truck for 2 to 3 years before actually buying one, for the experience and to gauge the likelihood of it paying off as a business model.
Either way, all experts recommend making sure your truck has refrigerators and ovens that are working properly, hot and cold water are available with adequate pressure for cleaning and speed, fire extinguishers and first aid kits are available on board, and cleaning materials and food items have proper storage, separate from each other.
You also need to make sure it has the type of equipment you need, whether it’s ovens, fryers, grills, or refrigerators, pots and pans, storage containers, knives, serving and other utensils, a generator, and a point-of-sale system for accepting payment.
You can lease appliances to help you build up capital to reinvest in the food truck once you have a chance to see what you really need.
In addition to having your truck outfitted, or custom built, depending on whether you are leasing or buying, and buying new or used, you will need to insure it. Basic food truck insurance costs about $2,000 to $2,500 a year, but the costs often vary depending on the insurance needs of each business.
Food truck insurance covers various liabilities including employee injuries, damage to the food truck or business property from vandalism, accident, or theft, and various other liabilities from business operations. Food trucks fall into the high-risk category of restaurants and food preparations, where fire and food-borne illnesses are a concern, and they are on the road – increasing the chance of a vehicle accident.
Step 8. Obtain Licenses, Registrations and Permits According to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Food Truck Index , an entrepreneur spends an average of $28,276 on permits, licenses, and legal compliance, to operate a food truck for a year. The types of permits and licenses needed fall under six categories:
Administrative Health/Menu/Food Safety Vehicle Requirements Safety/Hazard Prevention Employment Zoning As with a restaurant, location is everything. If you’re trying to figure out where to locate your food truck, consider if the location’s permit and licensing fees are cost prohibitive.
Step 9. Design Advertising, Logo, and Wrap Your Truck Now that you have your concept and truck, you need a logo and food truck advertising wrap to promote it. Make sure your design is memorable in a positive way, because it is the first contact you’ll have with potential customers.
Hire a professional designer, or consider visiting a freelance design site.
Then, once you’ve decided on the logo and wrap, consider the type of wrap: vinyl wraps are the most popular because it is easiest for detailed designs. But if you’re saving costs, consider a coat of paint and vinyl stickers.
And, since you want people to remember the truck when they see it, even on the road, make sure the font of your logo is big enough and everything contrasts enough to be clearly identifiable from a distance.
Step 10. Market Your Business Online As with most businesses dependent on sales, marketing is important. These days, the quickest, least expensive and most direct way to reach potential customers is by using social media. Social media reaches people who might otherwise not know or care you exist, and lets them know more about you and where to find you.
With social media, you can invite followers to make suggestions, and to receive coupons, eGift cards, and other discounts or specials, and to immediately pass on their experiences with your food truck to their followers.
Be sure to participate in food truck festivals and don’t forget to create a website so customers and their friends can find you more easily or even order from your cart online.
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Top 5 Best Tacos in Sebastian, Florida

Home Restaurants Top 5 Best Tacos in Sebastian, Florida Top 5 Best Tacos in Sebastian, Florida May 14, 2019 Andy Hodges Restaurants 0 Our list of the Top 5 Best Tacos in Sebastian, Florida.
SEBASTIAN – We visited several restaurants and came up with a top 5 list of the Best Tacos in Sebastian, Florida. We didn’t have to go far to find the best tacos.
Here’s our Top 5 List in Sebastian: Vargas Mexican Food Tiki Bar & Grill Captain Hiram’s (Blackfins)
Vargas Mexican Food was the best, everything from the tortilla to the fresh ingredients. They offer authentic Mexican food cuisine. Each taco is less than $2 and comes with your choice of steak, chicken, or pork. Vargas Mexican Food offers soft or hard shell tacos.
Vargas is located near Wabasso at 8802 U.S. Highway 1 in Suite #1. It’s on the east side of U.S. Highway 1. You can also read our Vargas Mexican Food review . Their hours are from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. on most days, and closed on Sundays.
Chubby Mullet Bar and Grill in Micco offers a great $2 taco on Tuesdays. They also offer pork, chicken, or Mahi. We recently did a Chubby Mullet Taco Tuesday review . The restaurant is located inside the Sebastian Inlet Marina at 8685 U.S. Highway 1 in Micco.
Pareidolia Brewing Company offers a street taco on Tuesdays, which is slightly different from the rest. For the price of $8.95, you can get a complete meal including two loaded tacos, beans, and tortilla chips on the side. It’s a great value. You can check out our Pareidolia Taco Tuesday review for more info. They are located at 712 Cleveland Street in Sebastian.
Tiki Bar & Grill has great fish tacos for $10.50. They offer blackened Mahi with onions, fresh spinach, tomatoes, and cheese in a tortilla wrap. You can choose 2 sides: fries, macaroni salad, potato salad or cole slaw. They are located at 1109 Indian River Drive in Sebastian.
Blackfins at the Captain Hiram’s Resort has stepped up their dining. We enjoyed their triple trouble tacos with chicken for $12. You can also choose grilled shrimp for the same price or Mahi for $2 more. They come with cabbage cheddar, house made cilantro lime sour cream, and pico de gallo. They are served with french fries or cole slaw, or you can upgrade to pickle fries or onion rings for an additional $2.
Blackfins is located at 1606 Indian River Drive in Sebastian.
Andy Hodges Andy Hodges grew up in Jupiter, Florida where he began his career in radio and TV broadcasting for over 12 years. He would make a career change to computer programming. Andy spent seven years working for tech companies in Atlanta before moving to Indian River County in 2002. He returned to the news sector in 2005 as a writer. Andy 2016 as our editor in chief. Previous
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How homestay Provide Comfortable holidays?

India the land of tradition and culture where millions of visitor gets the opportunity to make their holidays memorable by its diversifying culture and ample of places to visit in India. By exploring the country you can also discover new qualities in yourself. Visitors can find many websites offering a cheap travel package but you can go with a Cheap Homestay in Sakleshpur which is more convenient than the hotels.
Why prefer homestay rather than hotels in India?
There are many advantages to stay in a homestay where you can experience the actual lifestyle, cuisine, and culture of India. As compared to the hotel in a homestay you will get personalized services that would be far better than hotels. The visitors will be offered the fully furnished and spacious room that will give more comfort to your body, and also homestay is cheaper than the luxurious hotels. This method could help people who don’t know much about the culture of the particular place to explore and know more about the hidden stories by themselves.
Homestay is highly recommended as it has that emotional touch as well as cultural touch in the environment of the place. From the internet you could book your own homestay in any preferred location. While booking home stay make sure you check the package that homestay is offering.
Lunch and dinner Accommodation:
According to Indian culture, it is said “Atithi Devo Bhava”, which means to do the honor of the people who come to your place by giving them good hospitality. At the homestay you can have traditional food of that particular place that will cut your expenses of buying food from outside.
There is a number of websites that can help you to arrange a comfortable homestay at different places in India. Places like Goa, Mahabaleshwar, Manali, Delhi, Lonavala, Kerala, Shimla, Karnataka, etc. are some of the places which are most visited by travelers and are searched mostly. The websites will give you a list of every homestay in the selected location with different travel packages.
Hence, while finding the Best Resort in Sakleshpur , check the various deals and packages they are offering

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Have You Eaten at These State Bhavan Canteens Which Offer Authentic Regional Food at Reasonable Prices?

Home Chick Clique Have You Eaten at These State Bhavan Canteens Which Offer Authentic Regional… Have You Eaten at These State Bhavan Canteens Which Offer Authentic Regional Food at Reasonable Prices? By Print Going out to eat is an experience which every foodie loves. No matter how much we feed our bellies, but the authentic taste of the food comes from the local kitchens of the country only. The true foodie will always prowl for delicious authentic food available. And what better place to find authenticity in, than the crazy variety of cuisines in different states of India? So, here we bring you a list State Bhavan canteens which serve drool worthy authentic cuisine in Delhi. 1. Andhra Bhavan (Image Source: Zomato)
If you are fond of authentic South Indian food, then you’ve simply got to visit Andhra Bhawan. Their menu includes flavorful, authentic range of South Indian dishes from Dosas, Uttapams, Vadas, and even ice-creams. If you have that one bhukkhad dude in the gang, then definitely treat them to Andhra Bhawan’s unlimited Thali! The vegetarian Thali comes with rice, rasam, papad, curd, vegetable preparations, chutney , and Kandi Podi . And yes, all the non-vegetarians, there are delicious chicken and mutton curry too.
Where: 1, Ashoka Road, Near Feroze Shah Road, New Delhi
Contact: 011 23382031 2. Viva O Viva, Goa Niwas (Image source: Eazy diner)
Missing your goa vacay days? We can’t promise those beach views, but Viva O Viva in Chanakyapuri serves authentic Goan food which will surely take your taste buds to G town. They serve amazing Butter Garlic Prawns and tangy delicious Fish Curry. If you’re not a Prawns freak, they have amazing chicken dishes too you can try. End your delicious meal with mouthwatering Chocolate Pudding! Salivating already?
Where: 14, Goa Niwas, Bir Tikendrajit Marg, Behind Akbar Bhawan, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi
Contact: 011 26118371 3. Gujarat Bhawan (Image Source: Zomato)
If you are planning to visit Gujarat Bhavan make sure you have super empty tummies. Because trust us, you’d want to eat everything here! The best here is their Special Thali that has enough portions of food that can easily feed two people. The Gujarati Dal, Thepla, Farsan , Puri are all their most amaze offerings, that are a must try. The thali is accompanied by a glass of fresh chhas which will leave you completely satisfied.
Where: 11, Kautilya Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi
Contact: 011 46273200 4. Maharashtra Sadan (Image Source: Zomato)
Get ready to tickle your taste buds here at Maharashtra Sadan ! There are Maharashtrian specialties like Pooran Polli which you can savor and don’t forget to gorge on Chicken Kolhapuri. Apart from this, their Maharashtrian Thali is something you can try if you want to try out the entire meal of the western side. Wait up! There’s Shahi Sewai Kheer waiting for you after the meal.
Where: Behind Baroda House, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, Near India Gate, New Delhi
Contact: 011 23380309 5. Jammu and Kashmir House (Image Source: inuth)
Before you get too excited, there’s no fixed menu at the Jammu and Kashmir House. Suprised? The menu is decided by the chef and is written daily on the blackboard. The rich Mutton Rogan Josh (mutton dish) is superb, the gravy is spicy and the mutton melts in your mouth. And yes peeps, do try out their Chicken Curry which is a safe bet which comes with a plate full of hot rice.
Where: 9, Kautilya Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi
Contact: 011 26112022 6. Bijoli Grill (Image source: Zomato)
This place is a must visit for their Kosha Mangsho (spicy mutton curry) with luchi (deep-fried bread) , which will leave you wanting for more. All the fish lovers, dig into Sorse Hilsa (cooked with mustard gravy), Bhapa Hilsa, Fish Paturi (marinated fish pieces wrapped in banana leaves) with steaming rice. And how can we forget the Bengalis mithais, which are world famous like Misty Dohi and Sandesh. Head here RN and thanks us later!
Where: 3, Hailey Road, Banga Bhawan, Barakhamba Road, New Delhi
Contact: +91 8506070452 7. Meghalaya House (Image Source: inuth)
This place is known for its tangy non-vegetarian food. Their Chicken Khar, Fish Khar, and Mutton Khar are quite popular. And they go well with a bowl of rice serving on the side. Also, when you land in there, do not forget to try their Chinese dishes as well. Happy eating!
Where: No. 9, Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Rd, Aurangzeb Road, New Delhi
Contact: 011 2301 4341 8. Tamil Nadu House Canteen (Image Source: Zomato)
If you love spicy food, then trust us, you’d love this place! Apart from the yummy Idlis, Dosas and Upmas, do try the spicy Chettinad style food items. Don’t miss out on their Chicken Chettinad Biryani made of fragrant basmati and spiced chicken. End your meal with an amazing note with their filter coffee.
Where: Opposite Chanakya Theatre, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi
Contact: 011 26880089
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What I Love About my Staycation at Novotel Manila Araneta Center

“Sometimes a break from your routine is the very thing you need.” Manila, with its unique blend of modern skyscrapers and colonial architecture, is a thriving metropolis on the island of Luzon. In Quezon City, the most populous city in Metro Manila, you can enjoy life at the heart of it all with Novotel Manila Araneta Center, conveniently located near the Araneta Center BusPort in the city’s premier business and leisure district. Nicknamed the “City of the Stars”, Quezon City is home to most of the country’s movie stars and media networks. It is a place where government offices rub shoulders with IT headquarters, and gleaming high-rise shopping centers – like the award-winning Gateway Mall – entice visitors to beat the Filipino heat with some intense retail therapy. Food lovers can stroll through the stalls of the nearby Farmers Market to admire an astounding variety of fresh fruit, veg, meat, fish and flowers, while sports fans can catch their favorite team at the adjacent Smart Araneta Coliseum. From rock concerts to theatrical plays, there is always something to see at the iconic Kia Theatre, the country’s foremost performing arts center – also located within the Araneta Center. And, for a truly interactive cultural experience and a great day out with the kids, Art In Island is a must-see. This 3D museum invites visitors to not only touch but climb into the paintings to become a part of each whimsical creation. Business, leisure, shopping, sports, culture, gastronomy… Whatever your reasons for visiting Manila, you are sure to enjoy a unique and rewarding stay at Novotel. While attending the events happened last month at Novotel Manila, me and my family had a chance to stay at their Superior Room. When we are checking in, we are happy that we are upgraded to Deluxe Twin Room. Here’s what I love about Novotel Manila: * Friendly and Accommodating Staff/Employees For a 5 star hotel, this is one of the most vital parts of staying wherein you experience their customer service. I am very happy that I am able to experience good service from them. They even upgraded our room from Superior to Deluxe Twin yaayy! * Complete Facilities They offer a wide range of facilities such as pool, spa, gym, and even kids playground and interactive playing table which you can see here – Kids at Novotel * Wide Range of Food Selection I definitely love the Food Exchange Manila wherein the buffet place happens. They offer different cuisines which are perfect for guest with a different preference for food or from another country like for example India as they have Indian dishes too. * Events Place They cater wedding and other events and even had the garden venue wherein you can hold your wedding and reception there which you can find here – Garden Venues * Family Oriented and Friendly Hotel From time to time, they have special offers especially for family and the ambiance and facilities are perfect for families. To know more about them, you may visit them at General Aguinaldo Avenue, Araneta Center 0810 Quezon City, Philippines. You may contact them at t Tel: + 632 990 7888 or email H7090@accor.com or visit their site Novotel Manila Araneta Center . Check out my vlog about it too on my Youtube Channel – VLOG #28: THINGS TO DO AND SEE AT NOVOTEL MANILA How do you find this hotel? Let me know what you think. Thanks for reading. XOXO ZARRAH

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A Guide on Food Served at Club Mahindra Madikeri Resort in Coorg

Revati Nargund Experiences – May 13, 2019
A stay in the tranquil and verdant Madikeri deserves a hearty indulgence. Whether it is the distinct mutton curries for lunch or Nool Puttu – the traditional string hoppers of Kerala – or the flavoursome preparations of rice, the food in Coorg is a treat for the taste buds. For the vegetarians there are finger licking curries made from wild mushrooms, bamboo shoots, mangoes, pumpkins and other vegetables. At our Club Mahindra Madikeri resort in Coorg, our chefs will serve you authentic Madikeri food prepared with delicious, age-old recipes! Our guests are pampered with dishes from other cuisines, too, at the resort’s restaurants – Green Cardamom, Coffee Blossoms and Mercara.
We decided to give you a glimpse into the food that is served in our Madikeri resort, the preparations and a few specialities that you simply cannot miss out on!
• Kids Special Menu at Green Cardamom
When it comes to feeding kids, there is a whole different tactic involved and serving the traditional items does not always work. While most kids will not easily eat chicken curries and spicy kebabs, they truly love a nice indulgence. At Madikeri we have a customised kid’s menu that has crumbed chicken nuggets, kid’s pizza and also a tomato sauce flavoured spaghetti which is tasty as well fun to binge on.
• Delicious Kebabs at Green Cardamom
Hand cured chicken cubes are soaked overnight in fenugreek enriched marinade and are then finished off in tandoor which makes for some really delicious mouth-watering kebabs. These are a great option during the winters and a cup of hot filter coffee with some kebabs can sort your day out beautifully. The Madikeri resort also serves various kebabs such as the fish tikka kebab or he mushroom kebab.
• Bisi Bele Hulianna
Karnatak’s most famous bisi bela bhaat is on the menu at Club Mahindra Madikeri resort and we ensure that we keep it spicy and as authentic to a truly kannada household as possible. Imagine walking into a kannada household and sampling some bisi bela right in their home, and that is the exact feeling you will be left with when you gorge on this hot flavourful preparation during your visit to the Madikeri resort , Coorg.
• Elachi Nala Malu Bharthad
With crushed peppercorn, this is a dish that is as flavourful as lamb can get. This lamb dish is exclusively for meat lovers who often are left unhappy with the abundance of chicken and veg options on the menu. At Madikeri, we take care of all your preferences.
• Tea Time at Planter’s Club
From minced lamb kebabs to tandoor mushroom, delicious skewered vegetable kebabs to even pizzas and burgers, there is an ample amount that one can pick from during tea time at the resort. Get a nice spa and indulge in a lunch, take a quick dip at the pool around late afternoon and then head to the Planter’s Club for some snacks and a nice cup of joe.
• Continental Surprise at BBQ Bay
For everyone who has been binging continuously on the Indian food available at the resort or even outside the property, it can get a little tiring to consume the same ingredients in different kinds of preparations, however unique the dishes are. We offer a wide variety of choice which you can pick from when you decide to change your palate for a day or two.
• Dining- In with Coffee Blossoms
The dining -in service at Madikeri means you can sit in the comfort of your room and just order in while you watch tv or relax on the bed. Most members tend to get exhausted after a whole day of swimming, activities, spa and sight seeing which means dinner can always be in the room. Right? Well, we have left that upto you. There are various options to pick from and ending the meal with a cup of hot filter coffee is a great idea.
Along with relishing the famous local Coorgi food at Madikeri resort, here is a list of other things to do in Coorg to make the most of your family vacation in Madikeri, Coorg. Offer

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Brunch Exterior Dubai: Fujairah Rotana (Waves Easter Brunch)

Fujairah Rotana certain made it fun during their Easter Brunch at Waves Restaurant! Have you lot e’er had the craving for a unlike sort of brunch than the green inward Dubai? That’s just how I felt when I decided to accept this trip to Fujairah Rotana for their Easter Brunch at Waves Restaurant.
The green brunch develop inward DXB tin hand the sack sometimes experience repetitive as well as uneventful. What improve agency of making the Easter flavour extra exceptional than trying out something novel along amongst swell people, as well as and thus off I went amongst my blogger friends, nosotros explored to a greater extent than or less other wonder inward the UAE – Al Aqah Beach inward Fujairah.
Family friendly seaside hotel amongst a swell venue for food
Having a few expert laughs amongst Lady at the beach side of Fujairah Rotana Hotel Traveling to this business office of the UAE is a breeze – all you lot cause got to create is follow the road on Google Maps and spot the expanse nigh Dibba or Al Aqah beach. If you lot are coming from Dubai, you’ll larn in that location inward less than ii hours.
As nosotros stepped into the hotel, I noticed that a lot of families of unlike nationalities were checked inward – swimming past times the puddle or beach as well as having fun inward the garden. Apparently, the hotel facility has a weekly activeness for children as well as thus they tin hand the sack brand the nearly out of their stay, ane of which was the Easter Egg Hunt which I believe was enjoyed past times many.
And of course, the broad selection of mouth-watering nutrient at Waves, oh yum! Freshly baked loaves of bread, selection of meat as well as kebabs, Indian as well as Standard Arabic cuisines, Mexican delights similar tacos as well as nachos, starters, sushi, desserts, as well as cheese – the choices are endless. And of course, what’s a brunch without drinks? Here are to a greater extent than or less of my favorite photos, enjoy!
Massive thank you lot to Fujairah Rotana for having us over at Waves Easter Brunch, here’s me as well as the Filipino blogger squad:
Carla as well as wife of My Yellow Bells , me <3 , Edcel , as well as Ed & Lady of Lady as well as her Sweet Escapes
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Disclaimer: We were invited to watch Fujairah Rotana for Easter Brunch, reckon as well as photos are my ain unless specified. Sumber https://onethrifttrip.blogspot.com

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South Indian Diet Plan for Weight Loss | Diet Plan | TGM

by admin | May 15, 2019 | Health & Fitness , Latest Stories | 0 comments Healthy South Indian Diet Plan for Weight Loss
India is a country of variety and diversity. It is said that after every 50 Kms the language and food changes in India. However, out of the 4 main cuisines in India, the south Indian food is the healthiest as well as yummy. Moreover, the south Indian diet plan for weight loss is a highly recommended one.
Firstly, it is healthy, easy to digest and is lot nutritious. Secondly, there is variety! You can never get bored of this diet. From breakfast to dinner and even the evening snacks are true delights for the taste buds. Yes, it’s true, the delicious sambars and dosas can actually help you shed your weight. South Indian Diet Plan for Weight Loss
Before you start with the diet, make sure you stock up your kitchen with only the healthy stuff. Remove all those sugary stuff and processed foods. Look for the healthy options and replace! Secondly, make a realistic goal and stick it in your mind. Also, stay strongly focused on your weight loss plan . Let’s start now! We will give an elaborated diet plan for weight loss.
Morning Drink
Keeping it simple! Take a glass of lukewarm water and mix the juice of half of the lemon in it. Give it a good stir and bottoms up… This has to be the first drink. After that, if you are a bed tea person, just grab a cup of tea strictly without sugar . Also, never have your tea alone. Couple it up with a Marie biscuit. Breakfast
Now, this is the part of your plan for weight loss that you are going to love. There are so many options that you will never get bored. Sprout dosa with coconut and mint chutney. 2 Oats idlis with a bowl of Sambar. 2 egg whites
Mix and match the breakfasts and enjoy your meals as you lose some weight. Mid-Morning Snack
A bowl of fresh fruits would do just fine! Choose any fruits and make a colorful bowl. Along with that, take a cup of green tea .
Lunch
Again! You are in for a treat… South Indian diet plan for weight includes sambar and that’s pretty much what the taste buds need. So, for Lunch: Get 3 ragi balls and a bowl of sambar. Never forget to add salad in your plate. The second option for the south Indian diet plan for weight loss can be a bowl of brown rice, sambar and a bowl of vegetable. Evening Snack
A sprout salad with lots of greens! In the evening you can have filter coffee or green tea but again, strictly without sugar. For the second option in south Indian diet plan for weight loss, you can take 2 wheat rusks with tea without sugar. Dinner
So how do you like the south Indian diet plan for weight loss so far? Dinner is yet to be revealed! For dinner the options can be: A bowl of Bendekai Gojju with chapatti. 1 bowl of spinach dal with brown rice. Millet Khichadi with raita
Have you ever come across a diet with so many delicious things to savor? Try the south Indian diet plan for weight loss and do let us know your reviews! For more diet plans and health and fitness, click here . Also, follow us on Facebook . Related Articles

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