Thai-style hospitality comes to Qatar!
Thai-style hospitality comes to Qatar!
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Hours before marking the official opening of its first property in Qatar, Centara highlights the forces that made Doha a compelling destination for its newest property and explores the special features and attractions to be discovered by citizens of Doha and international visitors at Centara West Bay Residences & Suites Doha.
Doha has been at the centre of the region’s business and economic development and a major catalyst for continued growth in travel and tourism. Qatar has now established itself as a very powerful competitor among host cities, winning major events and sporting competitions, which makes this an ideal entry point to introduce Centara’s Thai-style hospitality to Qatar.
We have been dedicated to this project throughout its construction and will continue to give every effort to ensure its ongoing and future success. We are committed to showcasing the country’s cultural heritage, driving tourism to Qatar and contributing to the prosperity of the economy,” said the owners of Al Thuraya Real Estate Development & Marketing Co, W.L.L . “We would like to take this opportunity to thank the whole team without whom this dream could not have come true. We would also like to express our sincere gratitude to all governmental authorities whose continuous support helped open this prestigious property”.
“With this first Doha hotel, we wanted to highlight two distinct cultures, bringing together elements from Centara’s Thai heritage while celebrating Qatar’s cultural traditions and history,” said Thirayuth Chirathivat, Chief Executive Officer, Centara Hotels & Resorts. “The official opening of Centara’s first hotel in Qatar is the culmination of our successful collaboration with Al Thuraya Real Estate Development & Marketing Co, W.L.L., the hotel’s owners, whose wisdom, goodwill and spirit of partnership guided the project to completion and successful opening.”
Centara’s arrival in Doha brings to 68 the total number of Centara hotels in operation or development. Its track record of success has been built across all travel segments, spanning business, leisure and long-stay guests. Its four state-of-the-art convention centres have established Centara as a MICE industry leader for conventions, meetings and events and its properties are home to some of the most popular dining venues for hotel guests, tourists, and citizens of Doha.
Food is an important hallmark of each of the two cultures that come together here, and that is reflected in the prominence of the dining concepts being introduced at Centara West Bay Residences & Suites Doha. Dalchini is the hotel’s much-anticipated Indian restaurant that may be the next place to take Doha by storm. Located on the hotel’s ground floor, Dalchini is led by Chef Alfred Prasad, who previously oversaw the four Tamarind Collection restaurants, including the Michelin-starred Tamarind Restaurant in Mayfair, London. Progressive regional Indian cuisine is served at lunch and dinner in a soothing environment. Caprice , on the first floor, is a café-inspired restaurant and contemporary social hub offering all-day dining and featuring Thai, European and international fare in a vibrant atmosphere. The Lobby Lounge and the Pool Bar offer light refreshments, a full range of beverages and lively atmosphere ideal for Doha locals and hotel guests alike.
Residences range in size from a roomy 45 square metres to an opulent 365 square metres and feature comfortable bedrooms, living and dining areas, well-equipped kitchens, washing machines and tumble dryers. This makes the hotel ideal for business travellers on short or extended stays in Doha. All rooms also offer complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi and Smart TVs, while the floor-to-ceiling windows showcase stunning panoramic views of West Bay and the Gulf.
Families and children have always held a special significance for Centara. The company boasts a number of family-focused hotels and resorts, with features including Kids Clubs, themed action-adventure water parks, and family-favourite dining options. Many Centara properties rank at or near the top in hotel guest polls, including TripAdvisor’s latest rankings.
Centara West Bay Residences & Doha was designed with a number of family-focused features and amenities sure to attract local residents and families from overseas. Spacious residences feature up to three bedrooms, plus in-room kitchen and dining amenities and kids also get their own dedicated swimming pool.
Centara is honoured to have the opportunity to introduce its Thai-style hospitality to Qatar and its people, and looks forward to being a part of the vibrant city of Doha in the months and years ahead.
Source: Press release
Third awesome stay at St Marks Hotel
Quick 5 day trip to BengalurunHad to change itinerary and arrive a day late but no issues communicating with staff and changes made smoothlynEfficient Hotel car pick up from Airport–extra expense well worth the safety and luggage space with roomy cars–mostly flights land at ungodly times 30 km away from the hotelnGreat check in process and quick as a returning guest-all details savednWarm and friendly staffnWell trained staff by Indian standards–the best that I have seennClean, spacious rooms, modern amenitiesnComplimentary water bottles a god sentnRoom key clean and well attended to by cleaning crewnRoom service–food very good, warm, freshnVeg Pulao, Dhal tadaka, chicken kebabs, another dry chicken apptzrnBreakfast Buffett has all the necessarynOmlette station–get masala omelettenDosa and vada on demandnSouth and North Indian food was excellentnDid not look at Far East or Western optionsnSteamed idllies were soft like my Mom made them and Vadas were crip and freshnWait staff overabundant and super attentivenLocally should eat atn1. Fort Kochi–Kerala cuisine-walkablen2. Nandini–Andhra cuisine for those lazy bums that do not want to Uber for 2 km to Nagarjuna (my gold standard)-walkablen3. Konark for good veg food-walkablenQuick and efficient check out with Hotel transfer back to airportnThis is a well run hotel with well trained staff, same faces for over 2 years–low turn overnManagement is very attentive and does a great job. nHaving travelled the world, I always feel that I have returned home when I arrive at St Marks Hotel. nLooking forward to returning later this year.nThanks for a great staynGerry
Inaugural Reno Vegan Chef Challenge launches April 2019 in Northern Nevada | Carson City Nevada News – Carson Now
Inaugural Reno Vegan Chef Challenge launches April 2019 in Northern Nevada Submitted by editor on Sun, 03/03/2019 – 1:15pm March 15, 2019 (All day) Reno Vegan Chef Challenge
Reno Vegan Chef Challenge is proud to roll out the vegan welcome mat for the inaugural Reno Vegan Chef Challenge inspired by the hugely popular Sacramento Vegan Chef Challenge and Burger Battle culinary events.
Local restaurants/chefs will be challenged to create original vegan appetizers, salads, soups, entrees, and desserts and options for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and brunch for their April 2019 menus.
Their prize: recognition as ground-breaking, inaugural participants in Reno Vegan Chef Challenge which brings to the table a wider availability of vegan dining choices — alongside their traditional menu selections.
“The idea,” says Gehn Shibayama, organizer of the Reno Vegan Chef Challenge, “is to not only showcase Reno eateries and promote a plant-based diet, but also to show how popular and in demand healthy, tasty, and satisfying vegan options are, and thus encourage restaurants to keep these items on their menus year-round.”
It’s not just vegans who crave vegan options, he adds: “According to the organizers of the Sacramento Vegan Chef Challenge, of the people who dine at Vegan Chef Challenge participating restaurants, and who vote afterward, less than half self-identify as strict vegan or vegetarian. More and more these days everyone wants to have healthy plant-based options when dining out.”
The Reno Vegan Chef Challenge kicks off on April 1, 2019, and Challenge categories include Breakfast or Brunch, Appetizers or Small plates, Lunch, Dinner Entree, and Dessert options.
The Reno Vegan Chef Challenge is a community event; everyone who dines at participating restaurants is a Judge for the Challenge. Vote immediately following your dining experience at renoveganchefchallenge.com beginning April 1, 2019.
Winning dishes in each category will be announced in early May, and prizes will be awarded to participating chefs and restaurants. Awards in various categories will be based on diner ratings, comments, photos and the dining experiences of the Vegan Chef Challenge organizing team members.
The following restaurants and their chefs will participate in the inaugural Reno Vegan Chef Challenge (additional restaurants to follow as registration is open until March 15, 2019).
— Thali – thalireno.com – Recognized as the first-to-commit, inaugural — Challenge Restaurant! The Pizza Collective – thepizzacollectivereno.com — Maya’s South Indian Cuisine – mayascuisinereno.com — Zeppelin – zeppelinreno.com — Thai Lotus – thailotusreno.com — Great Full Gardens – greatfullgardens.com Laughing Planet – laughingplanet.com
Restaurants interested in participating in the Vegan Chef Challenge please contact Gehn Shibayama firstname.lastname@example.org by March 15, 2019.
About Vegan-Inspired Food Vegan: all foods except eggs, dairy, cheese, butter, poultry, meat, fish/seafood and honey; and any animal food derivatives (i.e. gelatin, broths, whey, casein, etc.)
Benefits of a vegan diet: Vegan cuisine is nutritious, delicious, heart-healthy, cholesterol & dairy free. Choosing to eat “veg” is also compassionate toward people and animals, and environmentally responsible.
To learn more, please visit: chooseveg.com or nutritionstudies.org/whole-food-plant-based-diet-guide. News – Sunday, March 3, 2019 – 3:18pm Ronni Hannaman, Carson City Chamber
As we celebrate Women’s History Month, we want to acknowledge local women who have blazed the trail for today’s women continuing to make a difference in a world once dominated by men. It wasn’t so very long ago men dominated the highest non-elected positions in Carson City government. Nevada Politics – Sunday, March 3, 2019 – 3:10pm Megan Messerly, Nevada Independent
In the wake of a scathing legislative audit that found deplorable living conditions in community homes for the mentally ill, Nevada lawmakers took up a bill on Friday that would place the facilities more squarely under the thumb of state health inspectors. Carson City area casinos see 9 percent climb in January gaming revenue Business – Sunday, March 3, 2019 – 2:25pm January gaming revenue among Carson City area casinos climbed nearly 9 percent compared to the first month of 2018, according to figures released recently by the Nevada Gaming Control Board. Arts and Entertainment – Sunday, March 3, 2019 – 12:59pm Guy Clifton, Travel Nevada
Nine high school poets from across the state will take center stage at the 14th annual Nevada Poetry Out Loud State Finals on Saturday, March 16 in Reno. Outdoors – Sunday, March 3, 2019 – 10:38am By Doug Busey
Hello fellow anglers. It feels like I just went to opening day at Topaz Lake a couple weeks ago and here we are already in March. Soon I be talking about the opener of the rivers in Alpine County. Spring is only three weeks away and it still feels like late December. Carson City area road report for week of March 4-10 News – Sunday, March 3, 2019 – 10:15am
Here is the Carson City area road report for the week of March 4-10, 2019. Lane restrictions are expected at the following locations due to road and utility work: Carson City arrests: Man jailed for suspicion of drugs, child endangerment News – Sunday, March 3, 2019 – 9:55am
A 44 year-old Carson City man was arrested Friday night at 9:57 p.m. in the area of Reeves Street and N. Edmunds Drive for a host of alleged offenses, including two felonies, a gross misdemeanor and four misdemeanor violations, a Carson City Sheriff’s deputy reported. Community – Sunday, March 3, 2019 – 9:14am By Phil Brady
Capital City Arts Initiative’s relationship with Carson High School made it possible for Caleb Cage, a West Point graduate, U.S. Army veteran and author to visit with CHS students where he read one of his short stories from his 2017 book “Desert Mementos: Stories of Iraq and Nevada” and then fielded questions about writing and his background. Outdoors – Sunday, March 3, 2019 – 9:36am By JoAnne Skelly
The purpose of all living organisms is procreation. In order to survive, creatures must create offspring. One way plants do this by making seeds. Seeds can result when pollen moves from the male anther to the female organ (stigma) of the same flower or a different flower of the same species. What’s happening around Carson City on Sunday, March 3 Community – Saturday, March 2, 2019 – 9:10pm
Drizzly, dreary, cool weather that has made its mark on the Carson City area so far this month may only seem like bad tidings approaching the Ides of March. But I think Leprechuans would agree: The wetter the weather, the brighter the rainbow. Outdoors – Saturday, March 2, 2019 – 9:44pm By Brett Fisher
A band of Mule deer sought shelter underneath mature trees at a residence on W. Telegraph Street Saturday afternoon in cool, wet weather conditions.
Some of the deer were fortunate enough to stay dry under the tree canopies. Others weren’t quite so lucky. News – Saturday, March 2, 2019 – 5:14pm By Brett Fisher
When the Carson City Downtown Business Association (DBA) says the monthly Wine Walk is held rain, snow or shine, it isn’t kidding around.
Carson City’s downtown business and historic districts were bustling Saturday with Wine Walk participants enjoying sights and sips, despite cool, wet weather that failed to dampen their spirits. Read Across America Day celebrated at Carson City Library Saturday Community – Saturday, March 2, 2019 – 4:55pm
Local officials turned up at the Carson City Library Saturday to join in the fun of Read Across America Day.
Carson City Mayor Bob Crowell, Carson City Supervisor Lori Bagwell and Carson City Sheriff Ken Furlong were each scheduled read from a book to groups of children during the Read Across America Day celebration.
For more information about upcoming events at the Carson City Library, go to carsoncitylibrary.org. Community – Saturday, March 2, 2019 – 12:34pm By Brett Fisher
The nation’s homeless received a boost for their pets Thursday when Downtown Coin owner Dan Wilson presented Pets of the Homeless founder Genevieve Frederick with a $500 check from Chef Don Pepe Paz, owner of Carpa Nevada in Carson City. Carson City man arrested for throwing football-sized rock through car window News – Saturday, March 2, 2019 – 11:57am
A 45 year-old Carson City man was arrested Friday morning at 11:27 a.m. in the 800 block of East William Street for gross misdemeanor property destruction, a Carson City Sheriff’s deputy reported. Carson City fire crews respond to structure fire on TiAmo sign at Casino Fandango News – Saturday, March 2, 2019 – 10:51am
UPDATE: 10:46AM: Carson City fire officials report that the flames on the roof just above the TiAmo sign have been knocked down and the fire alarm turned off. Building occupants are being let back inside. The fire department is still on scene investigating the fire’s cause. *** The Carson City Fire Department has been dispatched to Casino Fandango, 3800 S. Carson Street, for a structure fire visible next to the TiAmo sign on the north side of the building.
The business has been evacuated while firefighters address the fire. News – Saturday, March 2, 2019 – 10:13am Carson City Fire Department
Friday at 11:37 p.m. the Carson City Fire Department responded to a reported structure fire in the 7200 block of U.S. Highway 50 East.
When firefighters arrived, they were faced with a double wide residential trailer that was fully engulfed with flames. There were no civilian or firefighter injuries. Wet weekend ahead for greater Carson City area News – Saturday, March 2, 2019 – 9:11am
Residents of Carson City and surrounding communities are waking up Saturday morning to a rain and snow mix with temperatures in the 30s.
We can expect wet conditions throughout the weekend, the National Weather Service (NWS) in Reno reports, with 100 percent chance of showers Saturday and a high temperature into the mid-40s. What’s happening around Carson City on Saturday, March 2 Community – Friday, March 1, 2019 – 9:06pm
This weekend calls for a celebration, because the first Saturday of March is upon us and that means the Carson City Downtown Business Association Wine Walk come rain, snow, wind or shine. And get this: Today’s Wine Walk is the last one before Spring. Nevada Politics – Saturday, March 2, 2019 – 7:36am Michelle Rindels, Nevada Independent
Evan Lieberman was 19 years old, home from college to work a summer job and a passenger in a car one morning in New York in 2011 when the driver crossed a double yellow line, hit another vehicle and caused injuries that led to his death a month later. News – Saturday, March 2, 2019 – 7:23am Brian Bahouth, Nevada Capital News
Bees are integrally connected to the environment, and though there are thousands of pollinator species around the planet, bees are the leading pollinator of plants. In the US there are as many as 3,500 species of bees, and according to several estimates, about 1/3 of what we eat relies on bee pollination, but in recent years, bee colonies have been failing at an alarming rate for a variety of reasons. In Nevada there is a robust community of beekeepers. Business – Saturday, March 2, 2019 – 7:24am Nevada Appeal
Five Guys Burgers and Fries, a franchise fast-food chain with a restaurant at 956 Topsy Lane in South Carson City, had its doors closed and windows covered Friday. Arts and Entertainment – Friday, March 1, 2019 – 4:55pm
The community is cordially invited to the third annual Nowruz “New Year” Celebration Feast to benefit Veterans Healing Camp on Saturday, March 30 from 5-10 p.m. at the Casino Fandango Grand Ballroom in Carson City. News – Friday, March 1, 2019 – 4:03pm By Teri Vance
More than an hour from the nearest city and a population fewer than 3,000 people, Hawthorne is typical of the dozens of remote towns that make up much of Nevada’s landscape. Community – Friday, March 1, 2019 – 3:11pm by Kelsey Penrose
For Carson High School Senior Adelina Pacheco, studying the stars is a family tradition.
Her three older siblings completed senior projects on various interstellar subjects, and now it’s her turn. Business – Friday, March 1, 2019 – 2:18pm by Kelsey Penrose
Carson City’s newest restaurant, Squeeze In, held its official grand opening today with a ribbon cutting complete with a champagne toast, and Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak stopped in for lunch to welcome the new breakfast and lunch eatery to town. Arts and Entertainment – Friday, March 1, 2019 – 1:21pm by Kelsey Penrose
Days after President Kennedy was assassinated, Frank Sinatra, Jr., just barely an adult, was in the midst of a tour getting his music career off the ground.
On his tour during a snowy Tahoe December, he performed at the Harrah’s Club Lodge in Lake Tahoe.
Little did he know he had a few followers trailing him from city to city, and they weren’t hopeful fans, but instead, hopeful foes. News – Saturday, March 2, 2019 – 7:29am CarsonProud
The South Carson Street Complete Streets Project design plan is now at 60 percent. This is an exciting milestone, as the project design has started to transform from a conceptual design to a more refined and detailed project design. News – Friday, March 1, 2019 – 10:48am Trooper Matt McLaughlin
One-third of fatal crashes nationwide involve speeding, a statistic that is prompting local law enforcement officers to crack down on aggressive drivers and speeders in Nevada.
Nevada law enforcement officers are Joining Forces to increase high-visibility patrols between February 28 and March 13, 2019 for motorists exceeding the speed limit. Business – Friday, March 1, 2019 – 9:38am Smith’s Food and Drug Stores
Beginning April 3, Smith’s Food and Drug Stores will no longer accept Visa credit cards as a form of payment because of the credit card company’s excessive transaction fees, Smith’s corporate offices announced in a statement. News – Friday, March 1, 2019 – 10:03am by Kelsey Penrose
A 46-year-old transient woman was apprehended Thursday afternoon by Special Enforcement Team deputies after having allegedly escaped from the attorney general’s office. She was also arrested on two contempt of court warrants, possession of methamphetamines, drug paraphernalia possession, and attempting to conceal or destroy evidence.
SET Deputies arrested Sally Jean Whooley after they received a report that a bail bondsman had apprehended a fugitive. Business – Friday, March 1, 2019 – 9:02am By Jenny Treece
The Carson City Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting to mark the opening of Carson Kids Dental Friday. In attendance were Dr. Chelsie Todd, Chamber members and city officials, including Carson City Mayor Bob Crowell who helped Dr. Todd cut the ribbon on the new dental care clinic.
Dr. Todd and her staff are excited to provide quality care and a comfortable experience for kids in the community. What’s happening around Carson City on Friday, March 1 Community – Thursday, February 28, 2019 – 8:41pm
Not only is Friday the first day of March in this 2019 calendar year but it is also the end of the work week. And for this we say welcome to a month that brings us the Downtown Carson City Wine Walk, which is this Saturday, NCAA basketball playoffs, St. Patrick’s Day celebrations and the first day of spring. While we look forward to these future events, there’s plenty of activities lined up for today. Read on and find out more. News – Thursday, February 28, 2019 – 4:45pm City of South Lake Tahoe
At a news conference Thursday, the City of South Lake Tahoe provided an update to the story about the woman who was saved from a buried car by a snow plow driver and SLTPD officers. News – Thursday, February 28, 2019 – 3:58pm CCSO Capt. Brian Humphrey
It’s tax season again and this time of the year brings out the scammers trying to take away your money. The Carson City Sheriff’s Office wants to remind everyone to pay close attention to those ongoing scams out there. Community – Thursday, February 28, 2019 – 2:18pm By Rebecca Clark
It will come as no surprise to residents of northern Nevada to hear the weather is often windy and gusty in these parts. That wind can cause for, what I like to call, “shopping cart destruction.” Community – Thursday, February 28, 2019 – 3:33pm University of Nevada Cooperative Extension
Carson City Cooperative Extension’s Capital City Farm Days is set for April 11-12, 2019. This popular annual event for pre-K though 5th graders takes place at Fuji Park Exhibit Hall and Carson City Fairgrounds. News – Thursday, February 28, 2019 – 1:53pm Nevada Dept. of Health and Human Services
CARSON CITY — A strategic plan to address commercial sexual exploitation of children in Nevada is the culmination of more than two years of effort by a broad cross-section of individuals representing child welfare, juvenile justice, the courts, service providers, advocates and other entities that work to end the commercial sexual exploitation of children in Nevada. News – Thursday, February 28, 2019 – 12:34pm Dan Davis, Carson City School District
Lawmakers and state officials at the Nevada Legislature recognized and introduced students from Carson Middle School and Eagle Valley Middle School Thursday morning on the Senate and Assembly floors for their efforts in infusing technology as part of their daily educational experience. Business – Thursday, February 28, 2019 – 10:42am by Kelsey Penrose
Squeeze In’s new Carson City location officially opened for business Thursday, with net proceeds from their opening day going to the Children’s Museum of Northern Nevada.
Family Activities in Klang Valley this March 2019
March into the month of March with a calendar packed with fun family activities! 1. Colours of the forest: A drawing and colouring workshop
Maslina Md Nor, the author and illustrator of Hang Li Po, Tun Teja, Puteri Gunung Ledang, and many other children’s books will teach the children how to draw and colour flora and fauna of the rainforest. The kids will be able to take home pastels, colouring sheets, and a copy of one of her books. The workshop is suitable for children from 6 to 15 years. Register here .
Date and time: 2 March (Saturday), 2.00pm – 4.30pm
Venue: Perpustakaan Perbadanan Awam Selangor (PPAS), Jaya One, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Fee: RM65/child 2. PET Bottle Puppet
Learn more about the traditional Japanese marionette puppets! PET Bottle Puppet by Team ITO, Japan, is a form of puppets made from PET bottle and other recycled materials. The event consists of performance, a demo and a workshop. More info here .
Dates and times: 2 March (Saturday) and 3 March (Sunday), 10.00am and 2.00pm
Venue: Galeri Petronas, KLCC, Kuala Lumpur
Fee: Free 3. India In A Room
Indian bazaar showcasing home-grown businesses selling Hindu books for all ages, ethnic Indian accessories, and handmade jewellery. More info here .
Date and time: 3 March (Sunday), 10.30am – 5.30pm
Venue: Kalamandapan Hall, Jalan Scott, Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur 4. Storytelling: Matilda
Storytelling of Roald Dahl’s Matilda coupled with a science activity conducted by the instructors from Opstopus. Suitable for kids aged 6 to 11. More info here .
Date and time: 16 March (Saturday), 1.30pm – 3.00pm
Venue: The Story Book, Plaza Arkadia, Desa Parkcity, Kuala Lumpur
Fee: RM100 (include a Roald Dahl book worth RM29.95) / RM90 (without book) 5. Theatre: The Gruffalo
This family favourite is a story of the Mouse, a wheeler-dealer Fox, an eccentric old Owl and a maraca-shaking, party-mad Snake – and of course the terrifying Gruffalo. This stage adaptation of Julia Donaldson’s award-winning children’s book is suitable for ages 4 and up. More info here .
Dates: Until 24 March, various showtimes
Venue: PJ Live Arts, Jaya One, Petaling Jaya, Selangor 6. Art activities at ILHAM Gallery in March
Art Discovery Tour
On an Art Discovery Tour, the kids will get to know the current exhibition at ILHAM gallery through a guided tour and a hands-on art session. Suitable for kids aged 5 to 12 (accompanied by a parent), mature 4-year olds who have attended previous tours/programmes can be considered. Please contact [email protected] for more information, or check their website .
Date and times: 26 March (Tuesday), 10.00am – 12.30pm and 3.00pm – 5.30pm
Fee: RM30/child, free for accompanying parents and guardians.
Under the Sea
Due to popular demand, award-winning author-illustrator-storyteller Nor Azhar is back at ILHAM, and will take the kids on a magical journey under the sea using the beautiful batik pictures from his book Under the Sea. Children will get to make and take home their very own batik painting of a marine creature after the storytelling session.
Date and time: 16 March (Saturday), 10.30am – 12.30pm
Fee: RM65/child, includes batik painting kit
Secrets of the Reunion Table – Special Family Workshop
In this special workshop hosted by members of the Baba Nyonya Museum in Malacca, participants will get a peek into the typical scenes and spread found at the reunion table of a traditional Peranakan family. They will also be guided to explore and share with each other the traditions and cuisines found at the reunion tables of their own respective cultures through discussions and a unique paper cutting activity.
Date and times: 23 March (Saturday), 10:00am – 12:00pm and 2:30pm – 4:30pm
Fee: RM160 per parent and child pair, RM65 for additional tag-on parent/child
A coding workshop for kids aged 5 to 8, inspired by the Art of Chia Yu Chian: People and Places in Kuala Lumpur.
Date and time: 24 March (Sunday), 11.30am – 1.00pm
Art Science Workshops in Collaboration with Atom and the Dot
A workshop where kids can learn about the evolution of printing and create artwork inspired by prints. Suitable for children aged 3 to 12. Children below 9 must be accompanied by an adult.
Date and times: 28 March (Thursday), 10.30am – 11.30am and 3:30pm – 04:30pm
Fee: RM45/child 7. River scientist
This programme introduces the participants to freshwater ecosystems and their conservation. Participants will be given water monitoring kits and they will be tasked to examine water quality with the guidance from facilitators. They will also be catching insects, fish, and tadpoles and learn how they can be used as bio-indicators. Suitable for kids aged 5 and up. More info here .
Date and time: 23 March (Saturday), 9.00am-12.00pm
Venue: FRIM-MNS Nature Education Centre, FRIM Kepong
Fee: RM85 for 1st child, RM65 per child for 2nd,3rd, etc. and RM45 per parent *Fee includes meal, insurance, FRIM entrance fee, activity materials, certificate and MNS facilitators included 8. Little Junior Presentation Skills Workshop
The primary aim of this workshop is to build confidence in children aged 7 to 9 to present to a live audience. They will be introduced to the theme of planets and galaxy via a range of play activities and games. They will be given the task of designing a planet and presenting it to their parents at the end of the workshop. More info here .
Dates and times: 16 March (Saturday) and 17 March (Sunday), 9.00am – 5.00pm
Venue: Universiti Malaya, Jalan Universiti, Kuala Lumpur
Fee: RM380/child, RM350/child for two children registered together
*Fee includes lunch and tea break, workshop material, stationery and certificate 9. Kids Public Speaking: The Art of Storytelling
The primary aim of this fun-filled workshop is to build children’s confidence to speak in public. Geared at kids aged 7 to 12, participants will be thought techniques for telling a story in an interesting and engaging way, with the right voice modulation, intonation, body language and facial expression. More info here .
Dates and times: 23 March (Saturday) and 24 March (Sunday), 9.00am – 5.00pm
Venue: Universiti Malaya, Jalan Universiti, Kuala Lumpur
Fee: RM380/child, RM350/child for two children registered together
*Fee includes lunch and tea break, workshop material, stationery and certificate 10. The art of creative writing
Geared at children aged 10 to 14, this 3-day workshop is a fun, hands-on course for the children to tap into their creativity and imagination. More info here .
Dates and times: 26 March (Tuesday) to 28 March (Thursday), 9.00am- 5.00pm
Venue: Universiti Malaya, Jalan Universiti, Kuala Lumpur
Fee: RM550/child, RM500/child for two children registered together
*Fee includes lunch and tea break, workshop material, stationery and certificate 11. Kuala Lumpur International Book Fair 2019
Pesta Buku Antarabangsa Kuala Lumpur – the international book fair will take over PWTC! More info here .
Dates and times: Daily from 29 March to 7 April, 10.00am – 9.00pm.
Venue: PWTC, Kuala Lumpur
Fee: Free 12. 10th Putrajaya International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta
The balloons are taking over Putrajaya! Lots of different options for viewing the magnificent balloons with food stalls, live performances, firework displays and more – read the full schedule here .
Dates: 28 March (Thursday) to 31 March (Sunday)
Venue: Precinct 2, Putrajaya
Fee: https://bigevent.io 13. Holiday camps in March
For a list of school holiday camps, check out the list by Happy Go KL here .
This post is a collaboration between Makchic and Happy Go KL. Happy Go KL is the go-to site for fun family activities in KL and kid-friendly travel in Asia. It is written by a bunch of KL parents who want to share what they know and love about their hometown and this beautiful region.
Where To Stay, Eat, And Drink Near The World’s Greatest Tennis Tournaments
Everything you need for a tennis tournament vacation. Getty The professional tennis circuit is a long, nearly eleven-month slog. Both men’s and women’s tours, which are mostly separate, end in mid- and early-November respectively. While both calendars offer over 50 tournaments annually, spread over five continents, they converge over a dozen times at several key tournaments. For tennis fans, or casual fans, these events can be parties unto themselves, as well as interesting destinations.
No matter when you can take a vacation, there’s a tournament running in some far-flung — and likely warm — location where incredible athletes compete for your entertainment. Here is a starter guide for the first half of the year to begin planning your trip, including where to stay, what to eat, and what to drink. You already know what to watch.
Mid-January: Australian Open in Melbourne
It’s mid-summer in Australia, the weather can be brutally hot, even in the relatively seaside port of Melbourne. Like all Grand Slam tournaments, the Australian Open is two weeks and well-attended. Planning early for the elements, the crowds, and where you’ll stay, because the event draws over one million visitors in a fortnight. It’s become a cultural spectacle, and were it not for its setting in vibrant, Melbourne, I’d recommend you stay on the grounds and take advantage of the eating, drinking and activities bordering the courts.
Stay: The four-star Mercure Melbourne Treasury Gardens on 13 Spring Street is less than a twenty minute walk, offers peppy, colorful rooms, at a reasonable price.
Eat: The dining options on the grounds have improved significantly over the last half-decade. One can enjoy food trucks and fine dining with the Melbourne Park. But local spots in neighboring Flinders Lane such as Southeast Asian Chin Chin offers a lively experience like the tournament.
Drink: Consider stopping by Eau De Vie on 1 Malthouse Lane for cocktail pageantry. It’s conveniently located on the walk to the stadium so consider stopping by before the night session starts. Warning: a match earlier this year started after midnight. In the morning, walk five minutes to Coffee Exchange on Little Collins.
Early March: BNP Paribas at Indian Wells
Larry Ellison committed hundreds of millions to making the BNP Paribas Open, a joint men’s and women’s tour event, at essentially the same level as the four grand slams. It attracts all the top players, features the second largest tennis stadium in the world, and gives over $1 million in prize money to the champion. This hard court tournament, played against the backdrop of the adjacent Santa Rosa Mountains, is one of the most majestic venues and locations on the tour.
Stay: AirBnb was made for locales like Palm Springs, Palm Desert, and Indian Wells. During the tournament, room rates at four-star hotels can jump to $400 plus a night, and for some properties, $600. Stay at one of the classic mid-century modernist homes, with your own pool. Or the Ace Hotel Palm Springs if for no other reason than their date shake.
Eat: A meandering drive around Indian Wells will confirm that it is reclaimed desert with some golf courses thrown in. Restaurants with an interesting point of view are like an oasis in this, well, desert. European fare, from Chez Pierre off Highway 111 in Palm Desert or the relatively recently opened Alps Village on 77734 Country Club, also in Palm Desert, are both less than a ten minute drive from the tennis garden.
Drink: Since you’re staying at an Airbnb in Palm Springs, and you’re not going to drink and drive, your evening cocktails are on the 30-minute return from Indian Wells at Bootlegger Tiki on 1101 N. Palm Canyon.
Mid-May: French Open (Roland-Garros) in Paris
The French Open caps off a nearly two-month series of clay court tournaments that define the “clay court season” which features more baseline, defensive play with high bounces, big looping swings, and sliding. Prior stops include Morocco, Barcelona, Madrid, Monte Carlo, Prague and Rome, which could represent an enviable road trip (with a ferry).
Stay: It’s Paris, so treat yourself to a couple nights at the Molitor on 13 Rue Nungeser et Coli, a five-star hotel with minimalist design and a massive, iconic pool. Its heyday was back in the Art Deco period nearly a century ago, but it reopened nearly five years ago. Most important, it’s only a five-minute walk from Roland-Garros.
Eat: There are several impressive restaurants in the vicinity such as La Grande Cascade. The prices are also impressive. The corner restaurant Honore on 13 rue Bosio is the type of longstanding local establishment that embodies the term “very French.”
Drink: there are few choices within walking distance of Stade Roland-Garros. Instead of the local watering hole, head for the polar opposite. Don your best threads and hail a taxi for a ten minute drive to the bar at the two-star Michelin restaurant Apicius on 20 rue d’Artois in the Hotel Schneider. It’s housed in an impressive 18th century mansion and priced to match.
Late June: Wimbledon in London
The most prestigious, oldest, and most posh tournament represents yet another change to the playing surface, this time to less than half an inch of perfectly manicured grass. The players must still wear almost entirely white – not off white, not cream – which lends a distinctive look and feel that screams “upper crust.”
Stay: Clad in ivy that echoes the grounds of Wimbledon, the Marple Guest House on 113 Woodside is a Bed and Breakfast situated in a residential neighborhood. It’s just 4 minutes away by car from the All England Club – the name of the private club that hosts the tournament – or a 15-minute stroll. Otherwise, Dog & Fox is a boutique hotel with contemporary, design-forward décor.
Eat: Along Church Road, a ten-minute walk from the tournament to Wimbledon Village, are a few restaurants serving international fare. The White Onion, on 67 High Street, and Maison St. Cassien, on 71 High Street, feature French and Mediterranean cuisine respectively, both a departure from the chains otherwise dominating the street’s offerings.
Drink: The Alexandra on 33 Wimbledon Hill Road is a classic English pub, naturally, but with a rooftop terrace to catch rays from London’s brief summer. Of course, thousands of others on the Wimbledon grounds will know or discover this upon arriving, so plan a visit during off hours or anticipate a queue.
A Vegetarian Salad Cookbook Doesn't Help This Time, Oddly….
A Vegetarian Salad Cookbook Doesn’t Help This Time, Oddly…. February 28, 2019 4:55 AM Subscribe I begin a new job on Monday (yay!) and as part of my transition-into-the-new mindset, I’m doing some batch cooking to prepare myself for packing lunches in the morning. I need ideas for the protein part of my lunches. I have one of those bento-inspired boxes that has separate portion containers for different meal components; I find that helps me with balancing my meal and doing portion control (plus it’s easier to pack when you’re half-awake: “fill this bit with salad, fill that one with rice, blerg”). So I usually do some simple batch-cooking at the beginning of the week, with things that can just live in the fridge all week and I dip into them when packing my lunch in the morning. My beloved Moosewood cookbooks have me more than sorted for the veggie and grain portions, but as for the protein….not so much. In the past I’ve just roasted up a whole tray of chicken wings and had that be it, but that sometimes got monotonous. So I’m looking for other ideas. I thought of hard-boiled eggs, or grilling a couple chicken breasts in different marinades and then slicing them up. But that’s still just three items on the menu. Lemme know your ideas for others! posted by EmpressCallipygos to Food & Drink (23 answers total) 8 users marked this as a favorite I make large batches of seitan and eat it throughout the week. My recipe is simple and I braise it for an hour so it comes out with a light brown gravy/reduction, I consider it finger food at that point. There are other good options from Asian cuisines: pork sung aka pork threads/ floss keeps on the shelf for years, easy to add a bit to anything. Check your local Asian market for all kinds of preserved proteins, including soy, gluten, seafood etc. Canned sardines are among the most environmentally ethical and healthiest animal proteins, and inexpensive too. posted by SaltySalticid at 5:03 AM on February 28 [ 1 favorite ] So one thing I found that really helped with the monotonousness of food cooked on weekends is to make a couple of sauces as well. It sounds like a frivolous and unnecessary part of the meal, but it can really transform that chicken wing or hard-boiled egg into something you want eating. There are tons of potential sauces out there but I’ve found the following to be really helpful: aioli (from scratch if you like or fake aioli made by adding garlic and lemon juice to some storebought mayonnaise), herb mayo, romesco sauce, chimichurri, garlic tahini sauce, zhoug (spelled lots of different ways) – only if you like spice, mint chutney (Indian-style). Another idea is to cook proteins that hold up well over a week. Chicken wings are a pretty good example, but the best part of them (the skin) – tends to get flabby. I like boneless skinless chicken thighs cooked in the oven, very simply poached chicken breast (this I don’t reheat as that dries it out but use only for salads or with one of the above sauces), hard-boiled eggs. If you have an instant pot or slow cooker, salsa chicken (essentially chicken thighs plus salsa) is great. Anything braised works well – so lamb stew or beef stew. You could make a big batch of meatballs – chicken, pork, or beef or a combo – and again combine with sauces in various ways – over a grain salad, in a pita, in a sub. posted by peacheater at 5:09 AM on February 28 [ 4 favorites ] Ack, don’t want to threadsit, but realized I left out some vital info: My container is a little on the leaky side, so stews or anything that would need to be heated and kept hot will not work, i’m afraid. I do have a second container that works for that purpose, but I use that if I have leftovers from dinner that I’m taking as a lunch (a lot easier to just round that out with one of the existing salads I’ve already made). Also for safety’s sake I’m sticking to things that can be eaten cold or at room temperature and don’t require being heated up. Meatballs definitely are an option, though. posted by EmpressCallipygos at 5:16 AM on February 28 It sounds like you have typical bento limitations. My favourite bento cookbooks are The Just Bento Cookbook and its sequel . They’re full of protein options that can be refrigerated or frozen and defrosted over the course of the morning. It’s Japanese cooking, but fairly simple and flavours can be easily adjusted. posted by I claim sanctuary at 5:32 AM on February 28 [ 2 favorites ] We pack Little eirias’ lunch in reasonably similar ways. Some proteins we go to regularly: nuts, cheese, Greek yogurt (not sure if that’s too liquid for your container). We keep it non-monotonous by mixing in various dried fruits with the nuts, or varying the kinds of cheese (local hippie co-op has random ends of interesting cheese you can buy for like a dollar), or putting fruit in the yogurt. Other ideas – hummus, hard salami (put on crackers or roll up with cheese). posted by eirias at 5:45 AM on February 28 Chickpeas. Lentil or bean “salads”. Blocks of cheese. Beef sticks/jerkies/sausages. posted by Hypatia at 6:01 AM on February 28 [ 2 favorites ] chicken salad. buy or broil chicken breast meat. can go the mayo/celery/diced pickle route or many other tasty variations (sweet curry + grape, peanut sauce etc.) make a batch at start of week, use over next few days. Some combinations (esp if you use dairy instead of mayo) best used no more than 3 days out. insider secret: easiest way to shred chicken meat for salad is in a stand mixer. posted by fingersandtoes at 6:01 AM on February 28 [ 1 favorite ] Does it need to be “just protein” or “has a good amount of protein?” My first thought was a pan of stuffed shells. posted by saladin at 6:05 AM on February 28 Hard cheese in cubes Shrimp on a bed of something that starts frozen and thaws for lunch Nuts. All the nuts. Pasta with beans and not much sauce Rolled up lunchmeat and sliced cheese or string cheese or cheese logs Baked tofu Casseroles like baked ziti, mac n cheese, adding meat is optional Edamame with or without the shell Baked cheese bread or mini calzones or mini empanadas Dumplings with meat filling instead of veggie Also you can get tiiiiny squirt bottles to fill with your own thin sauce and tuck in next to your protein and/or salad. Often they are in a cute animal shape. Kind of a pain to clean but not impossible. posted by bilabial at 6:13 AM on February 28 [ 2 favorites ] Trader Joe’s flavored baked tofu is good. posted by something something at 6:29 AM on February 28 [ 1 favorite ] My wife makes quinoa and roasts broccoli and sweet potatoes. Mix that with quinoa and add a little tahini (Goddess) dressing. posted by terrapin at 6:41 AM on February 28 I really like the thin pork chops that are sometimes pre-seasoned (they might have some specific name that I’m unaware of….) They pan fry up quickly, and reheat nicely. posted by Fig at 6:50 AM on February 28 I like top round, marinated in something garlicky, grilled, then sliced. Can be served cold on salads, in fact that is what I’m doing today! posted by zoetrope at 7:57 AM on February 28 [ 1 favorite ] Black beans, corn, and bell peppers in a vinaigrette. posted by metasarah at 8:37 AM on February 28 Season up a pork tenderloin and roast that. Slice it, and bring 3-4 slices each day. I find that I prefer to eat it cold. The flavor of tenderloin can be a bit bland, so it definitely needs some help. There are a bunch of tenderloins that are pre-marinated, but I don’t usually buy those. You might like them, and they might work great for this purpose. I usually salt & pepper and heavily season my tenderloin about 8 hours before cooking. Sear it in a pan on the stove, then roast until it hits 145. Add some chicken stock to the pan before roasting, to add a bit of moisture. posted by hydra77 at 9:23 AM on February 28 Just “best-answered” a bunch of ideas; please note, to redirect, that I am set for salads (so the black beans/corn/peppers is not what I am looking for, for instance). posted by EmpressCallipygos at 9:23 AM on February 28 Can you incorporate proteins into your grains or salads? – Fried rice, with added peas, eggs, and thinly sliced meat / tofu for protein – salad made with plain greek yogurt – Quinoa or brown rice as the grain – red beans and rice, with ham or sausage either mixed in during cooking or eaten separately on the side – mozzerella-forward salads – inarizushi (fried tofu skins stuffed with rice) If you have access to an Asian supermarket, you can explore the world of tofu! – Beancurd knots/sticks can be stir-fried with veggies (Or you can simmer beancurd knots in a broth to cook/soften and then dip in a sauce when serving). – My family loves tofu “gan” (Serious Eats calls it 5-spice tofu ?) Once you slice it, you can just eat it plain, or stir fry with it. It has more protein than tofu since it contains less water. – You can also make a tofu “salad” (though my family’s eaten this as a main, accompanied with rice). Basically firm silken tofu, sliced into cubes, drizzled with soy sauce and a bit of sesame oil (optional). Sliced thousand-year egg (preserved salted duck egg, can be found at Asian supermarkets), green onion, and cilantro are on top as garnish. – Use tofu skin as a wrap for ground pork & mushrooms! One of my personal favorite homemade dishes. posted by devrim at 9:57 AM on February 28 Make up a crockpot of pulled pork on the weekend (freezes beautifully). Fry up steak strips or I just found pre-seasoned fajita meat at my local market. posted by sarajane at 10:04 AM on February 28 [ 1 favorite ] Quesadillas! I picked up some Oaxacan cheese and will do sweet potato and black bean for dinner tonight. I’ll cook the beans with some olive oil, onion, garlic, oregano, and cumin. Smear the sweet potato on one side of the tortilla, cover with beans, top with cheese. Cook in your preferred quesadilla cooker. I prefer to pack my sour cream and optional guacamole for lunch quesadillas but you can cook them inside. posted by bilabial at 10:40 AM on February 28 Corning makes this. It is great for soups and stews for microwaving at work. They sell in three packs at Home Depot at times. Home made hummus is great for lunch protein with pita and additions. posted by Oyéah at 11:51 AM on February 28 I have been batch baking chicken with different marinades. I prefer it cold, so that helps. This week I did 4 breasts–two with a barbecue rub and 2 with an Italian dressing-ish one. But also have done jerk, mojo criollo, yogurt-tandoori, teriyaki, korean bbq, chile-lime, etc. etc. It’s really easy if you use a mostly pre-prepared marinade. posted by Stewriffic at 12:30 PM on February 28 Stuff made with chickpea flour (there being a variety of options for this in the category of Indian Street food? If rice is one of your lunch components, then lentils or other beans would, as they used to say, provide a complementary protein. Again, Indian cuisine provides a variety of dal options, hummus is the same idea but from a different region of the world, or I find that lentils take on a marinade flavor quite well (and then you can switch up the flavor for variety). A mix of nuts and cheese could also work if you were kind of into them but maybe not keen on just nuts or just cheese (and then you can play around with the specific nut/cheese combo, to make it feel like you’re getting more variety). posted by eviemath at 1:25 PM on February 28 Haloumi, pan fried in slice then dressed with a bit of lemon juice. posted by the duck by the oboe at 3:22 PM on February 28 « Older creating space. | Can a car matchmaker help me fix this mistake? Newer » You are not logged in, either login or create an account to post comments Related Questions
Top 5 Reasons to Apply for Your Indian E-Tourist Visa
Rahul Gupta 39 minutes ago Top 5 Reasons to Apply for Your Indian E-Tourist Visa 0.4 3.0 ECOSYSTEM RATING = YOUR HEARTS + SHARES + COMMENTS
India is the ancient land of wisdom. The perpetual river of the highest human manifestation is still effortlessly flowing through the veins of this big, vast and diversified land. If you want to witness how tradition manages to sustain itself over and across the ages restricting natural transformation, then India is your ideal destination in the entire world. Along with its infinite spiritual treasure, India is also home to spectacular natural wealth, which has no parallel in this planet.
In other words, there’re more reasons than you can count to visit India at least once in a lifetime. You must apply for Indian online visa which is faster than getting a traditional visa and can be approved within a short span of time.
In the following paragraphs, we’ll discuss a few crucial factors that compel tourists from every corner of the globe to visit this ancient land time and again. The people
The Indian folks, mostly those who live nearer the soil, are unbelievably broad-minded, kind and hospitable. They may be worldly poor by our Western standards but their sense of pride, dignity and self-esteem has no parallel. Yet, they eagerly accept guests irrespective of creed or colour with an unmistakable warmth, which you hardly find anywhere else. The Taj
The Taj or the Taj Mahal is a mausoleum constructed in medieval India by an emperor of the land. It is counted as one of the Seven Wonders of the World . It showcases one of the finest architectures and is more remarkable as the iconic monument of love. Maybe that is why the leading statesmen of the world, including all the visiting American Presidents along with their First Ladies, never miss out a visit to these fantastic memorabilia of love and romance. Indian cuisine
If you’re a foodie then Indian culinary itself is the reason enough to travel to India. Indian culinary covers a vast and diverse range of dishes. Whether you’re a meat lover or a pure vegan, Indian dishes will appeal to your taste buds like nothing else. Traditionally, Indians eat with their hands and don’t use a spoon or a fork. Maybe, it’s because of the delicious dishes they whip up, the concept of finger-licking evolved to denote tasty foods or dishes. Almost every constituent state of the Indian union has at least one specialty dish. Broadly, you can categorise the country’s culinary in 3 parts: The north Indian school The North-Eastern school and the South Indian school
South Indian foods taste completely different as compared to the other two. They use coconut, tamarind and sea foods more to whip up their exotic dishes. Rajasthan
Rajasthan is a state in the northern part of the country. It has a large number of majestic forts and palaces most of which were constructed during the medieval period by the then kings and rulers. It is also the land of camels and offers you vast panoramic landscape of the Great Indian Desert. The chaos and cacophony
If you’re travelling through India, you just have to get used to the chaos and cacophony the land offers. Even the remotest village square in the country is more crowded than many busy streets in Europe. There’s also incessant traffic jams, loud honking of motor horns, unavoidable delays on the roads, swerving rickshaws to name a few. In short, you’ll feel like undergoing a brutal invasion of your personal space at least during your maiden trip to India . You’ve to learn to accept all these things as a part of your experience. Keep your mind relaxed and just go with the flow. These things do have a charm of their own, which you can’t deny.
But before everything else, do get your Indian tourist visa to enjoy this side of life. 0.4 3.0
The food court at the museum of the American Indian is great. A little pricey, but the food is all based on different regional indigenous cuisines
India’s First Anglo-Indian kitchen Themed Bar And Kitchen In Delhi. Taste History On A Plate!
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The newly opened Anglow, India’s first Anglo-Indian Themed Whiskey Bar and Kitchen embodies the spirit of this culture for its sentimental patrons who still reminisce about the glorious days of the British Raj. Situated in central Delhi’s Khan Market, two seasoned restaurateurs who have curated a one-of-a-kind Anglo-Indian dining experience. Anglow goes beyond its exquisite food and whiskeys, it’s a deep dive into our shared cultural history and the way it shaped our cuisines of today, a unique tradition handed down over generations. What To Expect?
The setting is elegant and posh, evocative of Drinking Parlours and Clubs of colonial India with memorabilia predating Independence, collected and unassumingly displayed for the keen observer. Anglow exudes old-world charm fused unequivocally with present-day India to bring forth a wholehearted celebration of our rich Anglo-Indian cultural inheritance. And the food is all about history. Anglow is more than just about its food, it’s about bringing an important piece of history to the present and serving it on a platter for you to savour. What You’ll Love
Offering an array of options for both vegetarian and non-vegetarian diners, the restaurant specializes in distinctly Anglo-Indian fare ranging from our beloved Shammi Kebabs to the legendary dish, Railway Mutton Curry, inspired by and first served in the first class compartments of the then British Indian Railways. Here are few dishes that you must-must order:
1. From Devilled/Scotch Eggs,
2. Assorted Roasts and soups
3. Dak Bungalow Curry
6. Tipsy Pudding
To complement this one-of-a-kind food experience, Anglow offers a carefully curated selection of single malts and wines to ensure that even the most rigid connoisseurs end up with a sly grin of satisfaction when they enter the elegant surroundings of Anglow. Wines and cocktails ranging from classics such as The Gibson , GNT (Gin and Tonic) and Sidecar to our in-house Signature cocktails like Anglow Spice , King’s Derby and Coffee Train , to name a few. The world of Anglow is set against a backdrop of retro numbers and classic hits to tap away in true Anglo Indian spirit. Bottom Line
Anglow pays tribute to the Khansamas, the Indian cooks of the Memsahibs of the British era. Inspired by the tales of well-kept secrets of the Anglo-Indian kitchens, Anglow promises to bring us the stunning flavors from our past in a setting which is inspired by the grandeur of our colonial heritage.
Where I 57, Khan Market, New Delhi
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