The First-Timer’s Travel Guide to Singapore (2019)

The First-Timer’s Travel Guide to Singapore (2019)

ORANGE – Sentosa LITTLE INDIA: City Inn Mackenzie
We’ve stayed in Little India twice. We didn’t intend to, but our search for affordable accommodations led us there. I guess the area is known for having a good range of budget to mid-range hotels.
As its name suggests, Little India is home to Singapore’s Indian community. It’s a lively area with lots of Indian restaurants, colorful shophouses, and a few MRT stations. A few years ago, we stayed at City Inn Mackenzie, a clean and conveniently located boutique hotel just a couple minutes’ walk from Little India MRT station. Our room was a decent size, not the biggest but big enough to have a desk without feeling cramped. Close to the hotel is Tekka Centre Food Court which offers plenty of inexpensive food options.
You can book a room at City Inn Mackenzie through Booking.com or Agoda . If you don’t think that City Inn Mackenzie is the right hotel for you, then you can check these links for alternate listings in Little India: AirBnB | Booking.com | Agoda . If you’re new to AirBnB, then you can get up to USD 43 free travel credit when you sign up via this link .
Approximate Room Rate: USD 85 per night (as of March 2019) LITTLE INDIA: Atlantis Pods
This is where I stayed on my most recent trip to Singapore. I was traveling alone and I’ve always wanted to experience a capsule hotel so I booked one at Atlantis Pods.
As you can see from the picture, the capsule was modern and surprisingly roomy. I could sit up and work on my laptop while inside. I had multiple reading lights, climate controls, a tiny safe, and charging ports for my devices. I think there may have been a TV in each pod as well but I didn’t use mine. Basic breakfast and coffee are included, and they give you a key card to open and close your pod so you can safely leave your valuables inside.
Atlantis Pods has a few branches in Singapore but if you want to book a pod at the outlet in Little India, then you can do so through AirBnB , Booking.com , or Agoda . As described, newbies to AirBnB can get up to USD 43 free travel credit by signing up through this link .
If you like Atlantis Pods but want to check out their other locations, then follow these links to see their outlets in Chinatown ( Booking.com | Agoda ) and Bugis ( Booking.com | Agoda ).
Approximate Room Rate: USD 20 per night (as of March 2019) CHINATOWN
As is the case with most Chinatowns in the world, if you travel for food, then this is an excellent place to stay in Singapore. Here you’ll find plenty of food options from cheap hawker centers to trendier bars and restaurants. Budget travelers will find a good selection of hostels and boutique hotels here as well. Check these sites for a list of accommodations in Chinatown: AirBnB | Booking.com | Agoda . Get up to USD 43 free travel credit if you’re new to AirBnB and sign up via this link . MARINA BAY
Home to the iconic Marina Bay Sands , this is one of the best areas to stay for luxury travelers. Hotels here are amongst the most luxurious and offer the best views in Singapore. Marina Bay is home to many upscale restaurants, bars, and shopping malls as well as popular attractions like the Merlion, Gardens by the Bay , and the Singapore Flyer. Check these sites for a list of accommodations in Marina Bay: AirBnB | Booking.com | Agoda . You can get up to USD 43 free travel credit if you’re new to AirBnB and sign up via this link . ORCHARD
If you’re traveling to Singapore to shop, then this is probably where you’ll want to be. Orchard Road is Singapore’s premier shopping district. It stretches for two kilometers and is home to more shopping malls than anywhere else in Singapore. Want a break from shopping? Head to nearby Botanic Gardens which is Singapore’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site. Check these sites for a list of accommodations around Orchard Road: AirBnB | Booking.com | Agoda . As previously mentioned, sign up via this link and get up to USD 43 free travel credit if you’re new to AirBnB. SENTOSA
Sentosa is Singapore’s resort island. It’s home to manmade beaches and theme parks like Universal Studios and Resorts World Sentosa . Staying here would put you farther away from the attractions in central Singapore, but if you’re traveling with kids, then this a good place to consider. Check these sites for a list of accommodations in and around Sentosa Island: AirBnB | Booking.com | Agoda . Again, newbies to AirBnB can get up to USD 43 free travel credit when you sign up via this link . ATTRACTIONS TO VISIT 1. Gardens by the Bay
Gardens by the Bay is the most popular attraction on TripAdvisor and it isn’t hard to understand why. This place is mind-blowing and unlike anything we’ve ever seen. It’s home to the iconic Supertrees and two amazing conservatories — Cloud Forest and Flower Dome . If you have time for just one attraction in Singapore, then this should be it.
You can buy tickets to both conservatories at the gate but you can get a discount if you purchase them in advance through Klook or Kkday . Klook offers a version of the pass that includes admission to both conservatories and the OCBC Skyway as well. Estimated Time Needed: Half a day / Admission: SGD 28 (adults), SGD 15 (kids) 2. Singapore Zoo
I love animals but I’ve stopped going to zoos because most of them are shit. They don’t put enough stock in the welfare of the animals but Singapore Zoo, which was voted by TripAdvisor users as the 5th best zoo in the world , is an exception. It’s an impressive facility that sets the standard for captive animal conservation. Check out my post on Singapore Zoo for more pictures and information. You can buy entrance and tram tickets online or at the gate, but you can get a discount if you purchase them through Klook or Kkday .
Pretty much everything in Singapore is world-class and that includes all its animal parks. Aside from Singapore Zoo, we’ve visited three others and they’re all pretty awesome. Check out my post on 5 places to enjoy animals in Singapore for more pictures and information. If you’d like to visit any of them, then you can get discounts on admission through Klook . Estimated Time Needed: At least half a day / Admission: SGD 35 (adults), SGD 23 (kids) 3. Universal Studios and Sentosa Island
Universal Studios needs no introduction. Located on Sentosa Island, this popular theme park is home to exhilarating rides like Jurassic Park and Transformers. If you’re traveling with kids, then you’ll probably want to allocate a day here. Otherwise, you’ll never hear the end of it. You can buy tickets online or at the gate, but you can get discounts if you purchase them in advance through Klook or Kkday .
As popular as Universal Studios is, it’s hardly the only attraction at Sentosa. Sentosa is an entire island dedicated to fun so it’s home to many other attractions as well like 4D theaters, the Trick Eye Museum , action parks, S.E.A. Aquarium , watersport facilities, golf courses, and beaches. There are plenty of hotels and restaurants on the island as well. Universal Studios will take up an entire day so you may want to reserve another day to explore the rest of the island. Check out my post on Sentosa Island for more pictures and information on how to save on the cost of attraction fees. “ bumblebee ” by Erwin Soo , used under CC BY 2.0 / Processed in Photoshop and LightroomEstimated Time Needed: At least one and a half days / Universal Studios Admission: SGD 79 (adults), SGD 59 (kids) 4. Marina Bay Sands Skypark
Marina Bay Sands is the most iconic hotel in Singapore. I’m sure you’ve seen pictures of its infinity pool on social media. It’s absolutely incredible but unfortunately, it’s only open to guests of the hotel. (Boo!) If you aren’t checked in at Marina Bay Sands, then the next best thing would be to head up to the Skypark observation deck on the 57th level to get some of the most stunning views of Singapore.
You can buy tickets at the gate but you get a discount if you purchase them in advance through Klook . You can get a version as well that comes bundled with a 1-day Funvee Hopper Pass (Hop On Hop Off Tour) through Klook or Kkday . Estimated Time Needed: 1-2 hrs / Admission: SGD 23 (adults), SGD 17 (kids) 5. ArtScience Museum
There are many interesting museums to visit in Singapore. Among the most notable are the National Museum of Singapore , National Gallery Singapore , Singapore Art Museum (SAM), and the ArtScience Museum .
Known for the building’s hand- or lotus-flower-like shape, I visited the ArtScience Museum on my most recent trip and was blown away by its exhibits, particularly Future World which featured trippy interactive light displays. It’s a permanent exhibit but some – like the Minimalism exhibition below – are temporary so be sure to check the ArtScience Museum website to see what’s on before you go.
I paid SGD 32 to see two exhibits but you can get the All Access Ticket if you want to see them all. You can get a discount as well if you purchase your tickets in advance through Klook . Estimated Time Needed: 2-3 hrs / Admission: SGD 40 (All Access Ticket) 6. Singapore Flyer
The Singapore Flyer is one of the city’s most iconic attractions. It offers fantastic views of the city from Asia’s largest observation wheel. You can go on a standard flight but if you want something a little more memorable, then how about going on one that offers drinks like Singapore Slings or champagne? For couples, they even offer flights with a romantic four-course dinner for two. “ Singapore Flyer #2 ” by ecperez , used under CC BY 2.0 / Processed in Photoshop and Lightroom, removed watermarkEstimated Time Needed: 30 mins / Cost: SGD 33 (adults), SGD 21 (kids) 7. Singapore Botanic Gardens
One of the most striking things about Singapore is how green it is. It’s the greenest city in Asia and one of the greenest in the world, which is surprising for a small city with 100% of its population urbanized.
Gardens by the Bay is a fantastic place to appreciate Singapore’s greenery, but if you want to enjoy it in a more natural setting, then head on over to Singapore Botanic Gardens. It’s a 158-year-old tropical garden and the only UNESCO World Heritage Site in Singapore. Entrance to the gardens is free but you’ll need to pay a small SGD 5 fee to enter the National Orchid Garden. It’s a must so don’t miss it. Check out my post on Singapore Botanic Gardens for more pictures and information. Estimated Time Needed: 2-3 hrs / Admission: FREE THINGS TO DO 1. Get to Know Singapore on a Hop On Hop Off Tour
I’m a big fan of these Hop On Hop Off Tours. Barring any serious traffic or pollution problems, a Hop On Hop Off bus is the best way to explore a new city. It gives you unlimited access to bus lines that stop at major tourist attractions. You can hop on and off as often as you like within the validity period of your pass. In Singapore, it’ll take you to key attractions like the Singapore Flyer, Marina Bay Sands, the Merlion, Botanic Gardens , and Orchard Road, just to name a few. Check out my post on DUCK & HiPPO’s Hop On Hop Off tour for more pictures and information.
You can buy tickets when you initially board the bus but you can get a discount if you purchase them in advance through Klook . They offer other versions of this tour as well, including night tours and fun amphibious vehicle tours that traverse both land and water. Follow the link to check out city sightseeing bus tours in Singapore on Klook. Length of Tour: 24 or 48 hrs / Cost: Starts at SGD 39 (adults), SGD 29 (kids) 2. Try the Iconic Singapore Sling at Raffles Hotel
Think of this as your welcome drink to Singapore. The Singapore Sling is a gin-based cocktail developed over a hundred years ago by Ngiam Tong Boon, a Hainanese bartender at the Long Bar in Raffles Hotel , which is still often cited as Singapore’s finest hotel. It’s become synonymous with Raffles and a must-try for first-time visitors to Singapore. Be prepared for the hefty price tag though since a Singapore Sling at Long Bar will run you at least SGD 31. Hey, at least you can freely scatter your peanut shells all over the bar’s floor. “ Raffles Hotel Long Bar ~ Singapore Sling ” by VasenkaPhotography , used under CC BY 2.0 / Processed in Photoshop and LightroomCost: At least SGD 31 3. Experience the Best of Singaporean Cuisine on a Food Tour
There is so much good food to be had in Singapore. In fact, it’s one of a handful of cities we could visit again and again just for the food.
If you have plenty of time in Singapore, then you can check out our Singapore Food Guide for restaurant recommendations. But if you’re pressed for time, then you may want to go on a food tour. It’s an easy way of sampling the local cuisine without having to find these restaurants and stalls yourself.
There are plenty of food tours to choose from, but some of the best we’ve been on are from A Chef’s Tour . They’re a tour provider that offers these really interesting food-focused tours in Asia and Latin America. You can check out my article on this Singapore food tour with A Chef’s Tour for more pictures and information. It features the most divine plate of char siew rice (pictured below) I’ve ever had in my life. My god was this good! Length of Tour: 3 hrs / Cost: USD 100 per person 4. Take a Cooking Class
Ren loves to cook so we often take cooking classes we travel. For us, it’s the best way to really get to know an unfamiliar cuisine. It’s one thing to eat it, but it’s quite another to learn exactly what goes into making each dish.
We haven’t taken a cooking class in Singapore, but if you’re interested, then you can search for one on Cookly. Cookly is an online booking platform that offers cooking classes in many cities around the world. They’re basically an online tour provider that focuses just on cooking classes. For me, there’s no better place to look for one-day cooking classes than Cookly. Follow the link to search through their list of cooking classes in Singapore . Photo borrowed from cookly.me SINGAPORE FOOD GUIDE
Singapore is synonymous with food. They take their food seriously here so a hawker stall that’s been serving the same iconic dish for decades is every bit as important to us as Gardens by the Bay . To make sure we ate at the best, I consulted trusted Singaporean food blogs to find out exactly what we should eat and where we should try them. The result is this food guide on 25 Must-Eat Restaurants in Singapore . WHERE TO EAT
Not everyone can go to all 25 restaurants listed in our food guide so I’ve narrowed it down to our favorites. All the eateries we mentioned are worthy of a visit but if you’re pressed for time, then these are the 6 you shouldn’t miss (listed in no particular order). 1. Red House Seafood Restaurant
What better way to start this list than with Singapore’s most iconic dish, chili crabs? Often referred to as Singapore’s national dish, chili crabs are prepared rich, tomato- and chili-based sauce. Despite its name, it’s more sweet and tangy with just a hint of spiciness.
There are countless places where you can enjoy chili crabs in Singapore but my local friend recommended Red House at Robertson Quay. It was absolutely delicious with loads of crab roe in its shell. Chili crabs are considered Singapore’s greatest culinary creation so you can’t visit this country without trying this dish. Check out our Singapore Food Guide for more information on Red House Seafood Restaurant. What We Paid: SGD 138.60 (one chili crab, 2 pcs fried mantou, mee goreng, rice, and drinks) 2. Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice
Like chili crab, Hainanese chicken rice is one of Singapore’s core dishes and something you need to try as well. It’s temperatures then using the stock
It’s such an important dish that many restaurants and stalls vie for the title of Singapore’s best chicken rice. Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice, once featured by the late great Anthony Bourdain and having bested Chef Gordon Ramsay in a chicken rice showdown in 2013, is a serious contender. I’ve had Hainanese chicken rice many times but this was easily one of the best. Check out our Singapore Food Guide for more information on Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice. Expect to Pay: SGD 3.50 per plate of chicken rice (small) 3. Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle
Hawker Chan gets all the attention but this place is every bit as deserving. Like Hawker Chan, Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle is one of the first two hawker stalls ever to receive an esteemed Michelin star.
I had to wait over an hour in line to get one bowl of their famous bak chor mee — with lard — and that was BEFORE they received their star. I can only imagine how long you’d have to wait now. If there’s one dish worth queuing up for in Singapore, then this is it. Check out our Singapore Food Guide for more information on Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle. What We Paid: SGD 6 per bowl 4. The Banana Leaf Apolo
Three words — fish head curry. This restaurant in Little India has been serving this delicious curry dish for over 40 years now. Made with a secret blend of 18 spices, like okra and eggplant. It’s served on banana leaves and best eaten with rice or naan bread. It’s really, really good. Check out our Singapore Food Guide for information on The Banana Leaf Apolo. What We Paid: SGD 28 (medium fish head) 5. Candlenut
Candlenut is a one-star Michelin restaurant that serves modern interpretations of Peranakan cuisine. If you’ve never tried Peranakan food before, it’s a deeply flavorful cuisine that blends Chinese ingredients with distinct spices and cooking techniques used by the Malay/Indonesian community. If you enjoy food that isn’t shy on flavor, then you’ll love Peranakan cuisine.
For the best experience, I suggest going for dinner and trying Chef Malcolm Lee’s “ahma-kase” set menu. I believe Candlenut is the only Peranakan restaurant in the world to be awarded a Michelin star. Check out my post on Candlenut in Singapore for more pictures and information. Expect to Pay: SGD 128++ per person (set dinner menu) 6. MA Deen Biasa
Sup tulang is without a doubt the messiest and most sinful dish on this list. But it’s also one of the most delicious. Sup tulang is a bone marrow dish made with tomato paste and a slew of spices. It’s served with a basket of bread to mop up the sauce and straws to suck out the marrow. Seriously.
Ren had been wanting to try this devilish dish for the longest time so when delicious”, I knew we found the right place. WARNING: Do not wear white when you eat here because you WILL get dirty. Check out our Singapore Food Guide for more information on MA Deen Biasa. What We Paid: SGD 20 (medium order) INSTAGRAMMABLE PLACES IN SINGAPORE
Singapore is one of the most Instagrammable cities we’ve visited so far. Everywhere you look there seems to be a mural or interesting piece of architecture to make your #ootd pop! Gardens by the Bay and Marina Bay Sands are obvious choices, but here are a few you may not have heard of. 1. Haji Lane
Haji Lane is an alley stretching for about two blocks in the trendy Kampong Glam neighborhood. It’s characterized by traditional shophouses on either side that are home to funky boutiques and interesting cafes. There are plenty of murals here to serve as colorful backdrops for your Singapore selfies.

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Hong Kong’s Best Hidden Bars and Speakeasies

Home / Favourites / Hong Kong’s Best Hidden Bars and Speakeasies Hong Kong’s Best Hidden Bars and Speakeasies Sophie Pettit February 26, 2019 Favourites , Food & Drink , Music & Nightlife
The speakeasy (or hidden bar) concept has blown up in Hong Kong over the past couple of years, meeting our growing desire to enjoy our cocktails with a dash of mystery and a twist of adventure. So we thought it was about time we ventured down the alleyways, behind thick curtains, and down spiral staircases to find you the very best our city has to offer. Finding these hidden gems is an adventure in itself, so next time you hit the town, why not take on the challenge and get in on the secret? New on the Block Whisky & Words
Tucked away behind an easy-to-miss door on the steps of Shin Hing Street, this understated hidden bar offers a laid-back, intimate vibe and purposely shies away from the grandeur of many of Hong Kong’s whisky joints in an attempt to make the spirit more approachable. In this cosy setting, decorated with muted tones, a high ceiling, and wallpaper which resembles a library of books, guests can enjoy a menu of expertly balanced cocktails without the flashy presentation, and a fantastic happy hour which features the likes of a Coffee Old Fashioned for a bargain $88. Regular drinks include the must-order Tangy and Smoky ($150) made with Talisker 10 year old single malt and topped with rich foam made from egg white powder, and – for those who love their gin – The Dr Dre ($140) which blends Hendricks gin with homemade rose orgeat syrup, lime juice, and green apple. The perfect spot to relax with friends with excellent drinks and zero intimidation.
Whisky & Words , 7 Shin Hing Street, Sheung Wan, (+852) 9889 8590 Hugger Mugger
Concealed behind an unassuming red door on Wyndham Street, British salon Hugger Mugger is the latest Pirata Group venue to cause a stir in the city’s popular drinking district of Central. Located just across the road from the new Tai Kwun heritage and arts hub, this hidden underground gem offers an intriguing atmosphere, seating only 29 guests at any one time, giving it an exclusive kind of feel. Inspired by 1970s London, the bar features British racing green leather sofas, accents of brass, warm timbers, and an impressive menu of cocktails inspired by Britain’s cultural legends. Guests can find themselves sipping on the likes of Ian Fleming, Pink Floyd, and William Shakespeare – quite an eclectic mix we say! On the far side of the salon is a majestic hand-carved wooden door leading into Chaiwala, the adjoining Indian restaurant.
Hugger Mugger , Basement, No. 43 – 55, Wyndham Street, Central The Wise King
Nestled away in an alleyway off Staunton Street, behind a discreet door beside a mural of stoic, medieval kings, lies The Wise King, a Spanish themed cocktail bar which takes the name of the 13th century king, Alfonso X of Castile. Here, you will stumble upon a small yet opulent interior, where soft, golden lighting illuminates decadent wallpaper scattered with golden crowns and giant letter W’s to remind you that you are in the presence of royalty. As legend goes, The Wise King issued a decree that no alcoholic beverage should be served without food, so within this old-world lounge, you will find a menu of delicious tapas – such as Patata Bravas and Spanish Charcuterie and Cheese selections – to enjoy alongside exquisitely made cocktails. Must-orders include the deliciously sharp El Sabio ($108), which carries fruity hints with a spiced peach and pineapple wine reduction and Cava, and The Monti-Tipple ($108), which features Xeco Amontillado sherry, Gin Mare, Café Vermouth, and aromatic choco bitters. The King also offers a selection of non-alcoholic mixes such as the Quencher ($88) and the Pickled Beets ($88), as well as selections of wines and champagnes. And of course, no court is complete without music, and thankfully, Alfonso X had great taste. As you sit back in your royal chair and lap up the laid-back vibes, you are treated to jazzy covers of mainstream hits by the talented Postmodern Jukebox. Perfect for those who want to escape the bustling streets of modern-day Hong Kong and catch up with friends.
The Wise King , 25 Staunton Street, Basement, Soho, Tsung Wing Lane, Central Frank’s Library
A speakeasy within a speakeasy – whatever next? Concealed behind a red velvet curtain and fake elevator control panel in hidden retro jazz bar Foxglove (further down on our list) is cocktail den, Frank’s Library. Push the right button (we won’t tell you which because that’s half the fun!) and lo and behold, the door will open to a secret alcove filled with novels, trinkets, and cocktails inspired by the globe-trotting adventures of Frank Minza. This fictitious English gentleman loved to travel and was pretty unlucky in love – it turns out he failed to capture the heart of his beloved, and so created a place named after her favourite flower – foxglove – to win her over. Here in his secret den, which seats only 20 people, guests can sip on a collection of six ‘Travel Diary Cocktails’ created by acclaimed mixologist Derek Tsui ( Drinks World Asia ’s list of Top 25 Bartenders in Hong Kong in both 2016 and 2017). Must-orders include the Mad Tea-Party ($100), a combination of Johnnie Walker Black Label, fresh apple juice, cold brew earl grey tea, and caramel syrup, and the unconventional Savoy Truffle ($100), which blends oolong house-infused gin and honey water with a cream cheese foam (yep, you read that right). But our favourite has to be the sake-based Iryūjon or “Illusion” in Japanese ( $150) which comes served in a delicate bird-shaped glass garnished with an edible flower. Thankfully, Frank’s Library takes advanced reservations and walk-ins, so you won’t have to wait forever to check it out – that’s if you can find it!
Frank’s Library , Foxglove, 18 Ice House Street, 6 Duddell Street, Central Room 309
Another bar within a bar concept, but one that doesn’t fail to impress, is Room 309. Hidden behind a seemingly ordinary hotel room nestled within boutique hotel, The Pottinger, this discreet little cocktail bar oozes class and creativity. Helmed by award-winning mixologist Antonio Lai, of Quinary and Origin fame, the bar only seats a maximum of 13 guests at a time, making it an excellent choice for an intimate catch up – or date. Keeping things simple, the unique perspex menu features eight imaginative handcrafted cocktails that are created before your very eyes. These include the gin based Cream Soda ($128), the Vanishing Watermelon Martini ($128), and the Gone Gimlet ($138) which features re-distilled yoghurt gin with lemon peel and lime cordial. The imagination doesn’t stop there either, as to gain entry to this little haven you need to check in at ‘The Reception’ and receive a key card which lets you in on this little secret.
Room 309 , 3/F ,The Pottinger Hong Kong, 74 Queen’s Road Central Hailing From New York PDT (Please Don’t Tell)
Oops, we told! If you’re looking to sip on exquisite cocktails and sink your teeth into top-notch hot dogs, then dial ‘1’ in the secret phone booth located on the mezzanine above MO Bar, and let yourself in on this stylish little secret. Staying true to its roots in the Big Apple, the walls are decorated with taxidermied animals playfully donning funky accessories, herringbone patterned wood ceiling panels, and a copper bar top. Here you can enjoy a menu of 15 cocktails including a mix of PDT classics and new creations crafted especially for Hong Kong. Stars of the show include the Bad Hunter ($158), made with Chivas blended Scotch whisky, the Milky Tea Punch , composed of Ron Zacapa Centenario rum, Hennessy V.S.O.P. cognac, and the Safari , which gives the classic G&T a Japanese twist by blending shiso and kabosu citrus. Wash this down with some gourmet comfort food prepared by Richard Ekkebus of Michelin-starred Amber, and you’re in for one delicious evening – the Honkie Dog fried pork dog and the Takoyaki Tots ($98) are not to be missed. Seating only 25 people at a time, PDT has certainly nailed the cosy speakeasy vibe, but as with all hyped up bars, only accepts reservations one week in advance (for parties of up to six), so call now and get in on the action.
PDT (Please Don’t Tell) , The Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central Employees Only
Slap bang in the middle of bustling Lan Kwai Fong is Employees Only, New York’s favourite speakeasy and home to the knock-your-socks-off Gimlet , made with navy strength gin and house-made lime cordial with agave and kaffir lime leaves. Aside from this fabulous signature cocktail, which is served by bartenders who free-pour at speed with utter precision, this hidden bar offers a great atmosphere, tasty late night bites, and a kick-ass playlist, which belts out everything from mellow lounge beats to classic rock as the night goes on. You might even be lucky (or unlucky) enough to catch the mysterious fortune teller tucked away behind a velvet curtain in his lair.
Employees Only , 1 9 Lan Kwai Fong, Central Based on Fictional Characters Dr Fern’s Gin Parlour
Feeling a little under the weather? Maybe Doctor Fern can help you out. Dodge the countless bags of unnecessary pills your local doc will prescribe you and let this eccentric physician cure your ailments with a healthy dose of gin and tonic. After all, this doctor has dedicated his life to studying botanicals and creating his own concoctions of fresh local herbs, paired with gins from around the world, that he has handpicked for his patients. And if you find yourself overwhelmed with the 20-page drinks menu, then his trusty team of physicians (you’ll spot them in white lab coats) are only too happy to assist. As soon as you enter the “Waiting Room” in this delightfully quirky basement bar in the Landmark, you know you’re in for a real treat.
Dr. Fern’s Gin Parlour , Shop B31A, First Basement Floor, Landmark Atrium, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central Read more! Check out the new Mad Hatter Afternoon Tea Party at Dr. Fern’s Foxglove
Things aren’t always as they seem. Enter the Fox Shop umbrella boutique on Duddell Street, take a gander at the silver-handled brollies displayed in glass cabinets along the wall, and – if you press down on the right one, unveil a secret doorway into one of Hong Kong’s most impressive hidden bars. Inspired by the globe-trotting adventures of fictitious English gentleman, Mr. Minza, who (as mentioned before) could never capture the heart of his beloved, and so created a place named after her favourite flower to win her over, this cinematic venue is a real sight for sore eyes. Once inside, you are met with a glamorous interior inspired by a 1950s first-class luxury liner decked out with plush upholstery, a low ceiling, and even cabin portholes in the washrooms. Harking back to the golden age of cocktails and jazz, this spacious yet intimate lounge plays host to live music several nights a week, where you get to sip on insanely strong gin martinis and marvel at the sense of lost luxury. Take a sneaky peek at the VIP room while you’re there – it’s designed to look like a vintage first-class train carriage and is really quite fabulous.
Foxglove , G/F, 18 Ice House Street, 6 Duddell Street, Central Ophelia Opulent, lush, and totally over-the-top, Ophelia is a definite must-see if you appreciate theatrics – and well, peacocks. The first of three Hong Kong bars designed by Ashley Sutton (the others being the Iron Fairies and J.Boroski), this lavish venue is hidden behind an exotic bird shop owned by an eccentric (and fictitious) bird collector called Mr Wong, who had an obsession with peacocks – in particular one named Ophelia. It’s also inspired by the opium dens of the 19th century, and you may feel like you’re hallucinating when you pull back the thick, velvet curtain to discover an exotic, green-hued wonderland where feather-clad ‘muses’ lay suspended above the bar and giant birdcages with swings invite you to sit and pose for pictures. Although it’s not known for serving the most memorable cocktails in town, Ophelia is certainly worth checking out – if only to snap a shot of you swinging for your Instagram feed.
Ophelia , Shop 41A, 1/F, The Avenue, Lee Tung Avenue, 200 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai J. Boroski
Not based on a fictional character as such, but rather its owner’s childhood fascination with creepy crawlies, J. Boroski is the second Ashley Sutton designed bar on our list and home to clusters of preserved scarab beetles and hairy spiders which adorn its train carriage interior. Definitely not a place for those with arachnophobia, but rather a sense of adventure, this secluded hideaway isn’t the easiest to find and lies beyond an unmarked door in a dark alleyway off Hollywood Road. (Alternatively, you can venture down the ‘secret passageway’ that connects this bar to The Iron Fairies – keep reading for that one ). Once inside, you’ll get to experience a whole new level of service as the bartenders offer to create custom-crafted cocktails if you tell them your spirit and flavour preferences. This unique ‘Cocktail Concierge Service’, created by Joseph Boroski himself, is one that you are unlikely to find anywhere else in Hong Kong, so while there are five seasonal cocktails to choose from off the menu, we definitely recommend giving it a whirl – we promise you’ll feel really special!
J. Boroski , 1 Hollywood Road, Central Mrs. Pound
Feisty, fun, and totally kitsch, this secret hideaway, once owned by the “charismatic” and “exotic” burlesque dancer Mrs. Pound, is disguised as a stamp shop which (unless you’re in the know) would go totally unnoticed on Pound Lane. But push down on the correct ‘chop’ at the entrance, and a magic door will slide open to reveal a fuchsia-coloured treasure trove full of trinkets belonging to the mysterious muse. As bar legend goes, Mrs. Pound travelled the world on the arms of different suitors before disappearing from the public eye in the height of her fame in the 1950s. Rumour has it, she ran away with her wealthy lover Mr. Ming, who gave her his favourite stamp shop to hide her from his highly conservative family and keep her location a secret. Well, she certainly made the place her own, filling it with cabinets packed with oversized jewels, feathered masks, and all kinds of tacky yet wonderful knick-knacks. The woman had good taste in cocktails too, with the spicy Pound’s Mary (with tom yum infused vodka) making a particularly strong impression. There are some tasty bites on offer here too – try the Avocado Fries and Sriracha Street Corn – delish. Mrs. Pound , 6 Pound Lane, Sheung Wan Based on Real Characters The Old Man
Tucked away down an alleyway off Aberdeen Street, The Old Man is the charming creation of cocktail pioneer Agung Prabowo (previously of the Island Shangri-la’s Lobster Bar and Mandarin Oriental) who was also crowned one of Asia’s Top 10 Bartenders in 2017. It’s not hard to see why when you step inside this Ernest Hemingway inspired gem and watch him whip you up an insanely delicious cocktail inspired by the author’s novels. The rosemary infused Pisco, turmeric, tamarind, and citrus Green Hills of Africa is a delight, as is the gin and Cointreau infused White Lady (not listed on the menu so ask at the bar). Shelves of books, dark wooden cabinets, and crystal decanters line the walls of this modestly-sized bar, which covers around the same amount of space as your average Hong Kong living room, and makes you feel like you’re in one too. The Old Man oozes sophistication and old-world charm, but also a level of intimacy that’s made all the more endearing by Agung’s cracking smile.
The Old Man , Lower Ground Floor, 37 Aberdeen Street, Central Underground Treasures The Iron Fairies
Following the arrival of Ophelia and J.Boroski, designer extraordinaire Ashley Sutton unveiled his third baby, The Iron Fairies. If Neverland or Narnia were your ‘happy place’ as a kid, then this enchanted wonderland will blow you away. Ten thousand butterflies dangle overhead, little bottles of fairy dust hang from the ceiling in clusters, and candles flicker inside six large iron furnaces which invite you in to explore. Inspired by Sutton’s experience in the iron ore mines in Western Australia, and his trilogy of children’s books about a band of miners who forge iron-fairy figurines, this fantasy land is both mysterious and magical, and will make you feel like you’ve stepped into another world. During your expedition, make sure to try the impressive Smoke in a Bottle cocktail and watch in awe as it arrives at your table in a smoke-filled glass bottle and is poured over ice cubes. Magic!
The Iron Fairies , LG, Chinachem Hollywood Centre, 1 – 13 Hollywood Road, Central Ping Pong 129 Gintoria
Space is an illusion. Venture through the ominous-looking red door in Sai Ying Pun and make your way down the staircase to discover a gin-infused wonderland that will make you feel like you’ve just entered Doctor Who’s Tardis. There’s really only one word to describe Ping Pong 129 – huge . The bar is huge, the drinks are huge, and so are the red lit-up neon Chinese characters that sit above the bar. They translate to the slogan “Train Your Body”, which is quite ironic really considering the only training you’ll be doing here is lifting your giant-sized glass to your lips. It is weighed down by gigantic ice cubes though, so you will need two hands. Be warned, the cocktails here aren’t cheap, but they certainly last a long time, and once inside this spacious basement, adorned with chic leather couches and rug-draped floors that scream bachelor pad, you’ll come face to face with an overwhelming variety of Spanish and international gins and a giant wall of boobs (pop art is a big feature here), and wonder why you didn’t discover it sooner.
Ping Pong 129 Gintoria , 129 Second Street, Nam Cheong House, Sai Ying Pun Los Sotano
Tequila, it makes me happy . Find the giant barrel entrance on Wing Wah Lane and venture into the Mexican underworld in this incredible basement bar in the heart of Lan Kwai Fong. With bronze skulls lining the walls, glow-in-the-dark graffiti everywhere you look, and a neon sign displaying the words “Tequila makes my clothes come off”, you know you’re in for a good time. This chic bodega is all about tequila, with knock-your-socks-off cocktails whipped up by leading LA bartender, Robert Kariakin. Ask for a Slow Burn and you may never come out alive. This sexy underground hideaway is the perfect place to enjoy an evening with friends, knocking back kickass cocktails and lapping up some funky DJ beats. Keep your eye out for the stunning portrait of Frida Kahlo like you’ve never seen her before (think sugar skull makeover) and if you’re feeling peckish, make sure to try their table-side guacamole served with pomegranate seeds for a sour kick. Pure Mexican magic!
Los Sotano , 21 D’Aguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Central Parisian Flair Le Boudoir
Imagine Moulin Rouge with a splash of neon, and you’re pretty much picturing Le Boudoir. Enter the inconspicuous entrance on Wyndham Street and make your way down the dark, winding staircase to discover an underground world of Parisian glamour with a cheeky twist. Thanks to playful street artist Szabotage , this formerly frivolous lair has undergone an edgy makeover, with vandalised old paintings, splattered neon paint, and naughty words scattered across the walls. The eclectic mix of furniture, chandeliers, feathered masks, and vintage knick-knacks come together to create a touch of “je ne sais quoi” , which makes you feel like you’re a million miles away from Asia — and the 21st century! While you’re there, make sure to try the new range of handcrafted Absolut Elyx presented in stunning copper owl drinking vessels — definitely one for the gram! #OwlNightLong
Le Boudoir , Basement, 65 Wyndham Street, Central Read more! Check out our interview with Szabotage Feather Boa
Hidden behind a thick velvet curtain, with absolutely no signage above, this French inspired gem on Staunton Street is often packed to the brim and bursting with a quirky, energetic vibe. Knock on the door and one of the two sisters who run the place will take your Hong Kong ID card and (if you smile at them nicely) let you in. Once inside, feisty bartender Stella will whip you up the best strawberry and banana daiquiris you will find in Hong Kong, served in cocoa rimmed glasses that you will literally need two hands to hold. Be warned though, you”ll get yelled at if you’re too loud – and maybe even kicked out. Remember, they have your ID card … they know who you are!
Feather Boa , G/F, 38 Staunton Street, Soho, Central Forgotten Hong Kong Missy Ho’s
A cheeky nod to Hong Kong’s cultural past, this unmarked Kennedy Town gem is filled with references to the city’s traditions, such as birdcages, historical photographs, and an impressive collection of weird and wonderful trinkets. There’s also a costume dress-up closet for you to create the ultimate selfie, as well as two hidden swings that can be enjoyed if you ask the bar staff nicely. Make sure to check out the Missy Ho’s Fizz cocktail (a twist of whiskey sour with a dash of Absinthe and fizz of soda) as well as the “funky fusion cuisine”, which includes things like Spicy Salmon Rolls, Teriyaki, and a delicious Pecan Caramel Chocolate Pudding . Yum!
Missy Ho’s , G/F, Sincere Western House, 48 Forbes Street, Kennedy Town Tai Lung Fung
One of our favourite hidden bars in Hong Kong – ode to its shabby chic appearance and old-school Hong Kong vibe – is Tai Lung Fung. Old photos and memorabilia from the 1960s make up the fun interior of this quirky bar, which pays homage to the city’s cultural past, and is often packed with punters overflowing on to the street. Here you can find home-brewed alcoholic drinks and a huge menu of cocktails at just $45 a pop during happy hour (from noon until 9pm), plus some tasty street food to boot. Playful, low-key, and full of personality, this charming hidden gem earns a well-deserved spot on our list.
Tai Lung Fung , 5 – 9 Hing Wan St, Wan Chai Stockton
Tucked away down a dark, narrow alleyway, marked only by a few flickering candles on the ground, lies a staircase leading up to a dark and broody land filled with hard liquor and dreamy cocktails. This seductively hidden bar oozes a sophisticated colonial vibe with rich vintage furniture, antique knick-knacks, and the occasional mounted stag head working together to create a country manor house feel, made all the more dramatic by the ultra-dim lighting – be careful where you step . Aside from boasting an impressive collection of taxidermy and human skulls (yep, you read that right), Stockton homes a secret cigar room which only requires a minimum spend of $150 to enter . But don’t be put off if you’re not a hardcore liquor lover, as there are some beautifully crafted cocktails on offer here – namely the new Minds Undone Series , which invites you to “bask in the wonderful craziness” of literature’s greatest treasures. The P. Scott Fitzgerald inspired Tender Addict is sensational in both flavour and presentation. There’s a reason this place is 8th on Asia’s 50 Best Bars list for 2017.
Stockton , 32 Wyndham Street, Central Read more! Discover more amazing rooftop bars in Hong Kong On the “Dark Side” Scarlett Café & Wine Bar
Not a speakeasy as such, but certainly off the beaten track, is Scarlett Café & Wine Bar, a cosy venue tucked away on Austin Avenue in Tsim Sha Tsui. Spread over two floors, and o pen for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, this modern venue has a chic French bistro vibe, with blackboard menus, metal and wooden decor, and an open kitchen serving up a range of tasty tapas, dreamy cheese boards, and great value French wines. Not only home to one of our favourite happy hour deals , where you get to enjoy 50% off drinks every day of the week, it also hosts monthly wine masterclasses and live music events. With a restaurant upstairs, and casual bar opening onto the street downstairs, this hidden gem on the “dark side” is perfect for date night too!
Scarlett Café & Wine Bar , 2 Austin Ave Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon Butler
Size isn’t everything, and while classic American style bar Butler may be small, it’s certainly not lacking in personality. Seating only ten guests along the counter and twelve spread across two tables, this Japanese run watering hole is the ideal spot to enjoy a quiet drink in an intimate setting. No wonder then that it’s the bar of choice for many Japanese businessmen in Hong Kong who admire the bartenders’ ability to showcase the precision of Japanese cocktail-making techniques and whip them up whatever bespoke creations they desire. That, and the fact that they’re dressed up in Casablanca-style white dinner jackets – smooth. Be sure to come early to grab one of the few seats available, and if whiskey is your spirit of choice, make sure to check out the whiskey bar upstairs – with over 200 different types on offer, you definitely won’t be disappointed. Butler , 5/F, Mody House, 30 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

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Less Indian food options Room lighting can be increased
Nice facilities – Garden, Swimming pool, Spa, etc. Good breakfast options. Few food option for Indian cuisine which can be improved.. Good Location – Walking distance to Patong beach Service speed needs to be improved Overall comfortable stay
Stayed in February 2019

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Surrey’s Indian cuisine: Food solace for the new girl in town

Savouring Surrey is a week-long series looking at the history and the future of Surrey through its many restaurants and the people who make up the diverse community.
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Share 1 67 Shares WEEKLY MENU PLAN (#189) – A delicious collection of dinner, side dish and dessert recipes to help you plan your weekly menu and make life easier for you!
In these menu plans, we will be sharing some of our favorite recipe ideas for you to use as you are planning out your meals for the week. Just click any of the recipe titles or pictures to get the recipe.
A little about how we plan our week and our menu plan:
Mondays are soup and salad. Tuesdays we are bringing you delicious Mexican cuisine. Wednesdays are a taste of Italy. Thursdays are designed around yummy sandwiches, burgers, and wraps. Fridays are a no cook day around here. Going out with friends and loved ones is something that we think is important. It’s your night off from cooking- enjoy! Saturdays are an exotic food night, it’s a great night to try something new, from cooking with seafood, to trying Indian or Thai dishes. Sundays are a traditional old fashioned all American family dinner- think meat and potatoes.
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Fast Food Craze – Cooking Game

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Start a new cooking adventure in which you will learn how to cook & discover new delicious recipes for free!Fast Food Craze – Kitchen Cooking Games Madness is one of the top food maker games & you will be able to Upgrade your kitchen & serve your customers with food!Learn to bake new recipes like hot chicken wings with french fries & chips!Chef World will be your guide & you will learn how to cook tasty dishes & meals!Beat your madness of the cooking games for girls today and cook mama’s delicious meals,dishes and desserts in every country in the world!Bake tasty desserts and Fast Food games for girls & discover Oriental Restaurants and Chinese Restaurants, you will be able to cook and learn a variety of cooking techniques. Features: – 4 Exotic Restaurants with tasty food – 100+ Levels of cooking delicious recipes – Best cooking gameplay! – Serve your hungry customers – Beat your fever of cooking today! In your first level you will find out how to create tasty food with a cup of fresh beans coffee & learn new recipes on your way!Second level will cover delicious american pie & dessert from an original recipe. Next levels will teach you how to cook your favourite donuts, cheesecake & brownies. For the dessert you will learn the ice vanilla cream or chocolate cream & fruit cakes secret formula!Fried,baked & grilled, the Pork Chops recipe is the best!We will tell you about the fresh seafood challenge as well & the real italian dishes! The american restaurant has it all, you will learn to serve burgers, sausages & learn to condiment the burger meat with ease!The perfect burger is made with ketchup, mayonnaise and just a small amount of mustard!The Chicken Fried & crispy chicken wings are a game changer!Use lemons to prepare a special white sauce with garlic & sour cream & milk !When you cook with mama & she tells you to eat your vegetables, then you eat them in order to win this cooking game craze! The italian restaurant is a classic one, we’ll teach you how to make pizza & spaghetti!We have unique flavours for Pasta Bolognese,Carbonara,Tortellini & Arrabiata!We also have various types of pizza like pepperoni, pizza carnivore & pizza cannibale & the hot chili peppers pizza. The bakery restaurant is an exquisite one because my mama cooking there!She will make you cookies,banana split dessert & a banana smoothie!The cakes that she makes are internationally recognized!Smoothies & milkshakes are the tastiest ever! In barbecue restaurant you will learn how to Cook new food recipes like Hot Chicken Wings with garlic sauce or hot chili sauce as well as french fries and several other types of chicken meat & also grill some beef ribs or pork chops & delicious Stew or Chicken Parmesan. In the Mexican restaurant, we adore to cook Chicken Fajitas, slice meat and veggies to wrap them in the tortilla!We have our proprietary blend for Guacamole recipe to fit perfectly with the Mexican Burrito, Nacho & Taco!The secret here is to choose the best olive oil, tomato sauce & fresh avocado! The indian cuisine which is one of a kind!The Indian Chicken Curry is at the base of indian food!Cook tasty Samosa with some Tandori chicken or Rogan Josh.Don’t do it without Naan bread or tortilla for dinner.Chole Chickpea Curry or Palak Paneer spinach and cottage cheese are recommended for the elders & it’s a delicious lunch.Did you know that Chaat is the most delicios snack in India? Chinese cuisine is the best & always a delicacy! Pork Dumplings as snacks and Shrimp with Broccoli in Garlic Sauce for dinner is the main course in this country! Fried Rice which has the best complex carbohydrates mixed with soya sauce for healthy bodybuilders!Japanese sushi shouldn’t be forgot! iPhone Screenshots

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Niharica Raizada dives into an enthralling food fest at The Ren Hotels in Nashik

Niharica Raizada, last seen in the Friday release ‘Total Dhamaal’ inaugurated ‘The Ren Hotels Food Festival 1.0’ in Nashik.
The actress interacted with media at the inauguration of ‘The Ren Hotels Food Festival 1.0’ on Friday.
Niharica who recognizes herself as a big foodie was excited to be part of the biggest food festival this weekend, she said, “I love to eat Indian desi dishes like Rajma Chawal, Curry, Butter Chicken. I love our staple north Indian diet. I also enjoy trying new cuisines so I am looking forward to trying both veg and non-vegetarian dishes.”
From Luxembourg, Niharica said, “Even though vineyards and wines are a big part of where I come from I haven’t consumed wine at all. But wine goes with seafood the best and I love eating seafood so, I will definitely try it sometime soon.”
Some of the other personalities present there will be Mr. Sudhir Krishnan and Mr. Sujith Shetty the Directors of The Ren Hotels.
From delicious food to endless music, and carnival performances the festival lasts for the entire weekend until Sunday night, from 22nd Feb 2019, 12:30 Pm at The Ren Hotels
The Festival is driven by enthusiasm and passion for local food culture and seeks to promote all the cuisines from their kitchen at The Ren Hotel

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Savour the finest of global wines at this Delhi festival – The Sunday Guardian

Print Delhi Wine Festival will take place at Qla, Mehrauli, New Delhi, on 2-3 March. I n recent years, wine has earned a reputation for being one of the most favoured alcoholic beverages in India. The national capital often hosts events meant to raise awareness about wine consumption. Next weekend, on 2-3 March, the Delhi Wine Festival will take place at Qla, Mehrauli, featuring an exquisite collection of the finest international wines. The event is being organised by The Wine Project, which aims to bring world-class wine and food to niche consumers. At the same time, they wish to provide a platform for people to discuss, celebrate and collaborate over wine. With its presence in major cities like Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore, the company aspires to push interactive sessions on the classic drink. At the two-day Delhi Wine Festival, visitors can enjoy a perfect blend of all things food, wine, music and much more. The festival provides an opportunity for locals to access multiple international wine brands curated from Spain, Portugal, Italy, Chile, Australia, Argentina, South Africa, France and New Zealand. There will be wine flights, in which participants can taste pure wine portions as well as wine cocktails. The festival, however, is not just limited to wines. There will be live barbecue counters, wood fire oven pizzas and desserts as well. The food will be made in accordance to a special in-house menu prepared to be consumed ideally with red, white and sparkling wines. One can try any international glass of wine at Rs 400 including taxes. Arjun Sachar, founder of the Delhi Wine Festival, spoke to us about his understanding of wine consumption in India. He said, “In India, wine is something that people are a little intimidated of. Due to their lack of knowledge of wine, they are hesitant to approach it and talk about it. However, with the growing interest of the young population in wine and them choosing wine as a ‘status of choice’, wine is slowly gaining popularity in India, even though the country is still a major consumer of whiskey and vodka.” Sachar believes that most categories of wines have always faced the problem of high taxation, which usually makes purchasing a bottle of wine more expensive than a bottle in the spirit or beer categories. However, there has been a consistent increase in the level of wine consumption in India and the future seems bright too. “Until a few years ago, the majority of wine consumption used to take place in hotels. There has now been a shift, owing to people purchasing wines from retail stores and standalone restaurants. Domestic wineries have upped the game in production standards which has had a positive effect in the increase in sales of our homegrown wines,” Sachar added. A wine connoisseur himself, Sachar will be conducting public wine-tasting sessions at the festival. There will also be sessions about Indian wines where visitors will get to taste wines from Maharashtra’s York winery. Apart from this, there will be a Wine 101 Masterclass, an open tasting session, on both the days, where people will get to learn about the basics of wine and taste four to five international wines, including Mas Rabel, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blan, Shiraz etc. Besides that, Baba’s Beans will be conducting coffee appreciation sessions on both the days, where one can learn about the history of coffee production in India, with special focus on Coorg and Chikmagalur. The Delhi Wine Festival will also treat guests to amazing music by The Copycats, Tanya Nambiar and The Revisit Project etc. In addition to this, visitors can participate in various contests. Giving an insight into what can be done to popularise wine in India, Sachar said, “We need to create awareness of wine options in the MRP bracket of Rs 1,000 to Rs 3,000. At the Delhi Wine Festival one will see a lot of international wine bottle options at this price range so that a person can have the option of buying them eventually at a retail store. Here, wineries can have direct contact with consumers and both can learn from each other. There is a paramount need to create more experiences where consumers have the possibility of trying multiple wines and can make their own judgment and taste preferences. Apart from niche wine tasting and appreciation sessions, we need more avenues that create accessibility to wines. We need a way of self awareness that generates curiosity among wine enthusiasts and first-time wine drinkers.” How can one pair wine with food in the Indian context? To this, Sachar said, “Wine and food pairing is an individualised affair. What works for one person might not work for another depending on their tastes and preferences. Traditional concepts of pairing white meat with white wine and red meat with red wine might still work in western countries. However, in a country like India where different regional cuisines have their own gravies and sauces, the relevance of enhancing the richness and subtle spices used in the dish is as important as pairing the meat with the wine so it is essential to match the intensity of the food with the wine. Oaked Chardonnay’s or Oaked Merlot’s go well with tandoor dishes, Indian kebabs with a Pinotage or a Pinot Noir, a curry that has a mild level of spice will go well with a Riesling, butter chicken with a Chianti.” He remains hopeful of creating a dialogue about wine through this wine festival, and urges guests to conclude their evening on a sweet note with special wine-infused desserts which will be available at the venue. Leave a Reply Your email address will not be published. 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