Because it’s time to celebrate and we cannot leave the best!
Before you wrap up 2019, check ‘em off! It’s been a great year for the connoisseurs, and the credit goes to the number of gastronomical affairs and the long list of new restaurants coming up almost every day. While you might have dined in some of them, we would not want you to miss out on these extraordinary experiences when it comes to culinary offerings. The celebrations are in the air, and we all are on the spree of deciding how merrily we want to enter the new year. So, why not eat out loud with your loved ones and cherish some of the fond memories of 2019? To keep you out from the head-scratch of finding the best places, we have a ready list of the best newcomers where you should eat before 2020 lands.
With each passing day, the food industry is seeing numerous evolutions in terms of taste and the standards of hospitality. As we see the growing demand for sensitivity towards society while pursuing any business, the food industry is no exception. You might have already heard about restaurants like Echoes in Delhi and Cafe Arpan in Mumbai where they hire differently-abled staff to look after you. The newcomer Ishaara gathered much love this year. While the interior of the restaurant is inviting to say the least, what is most mesmerizing about this place is the service staff who are speech and hearing impaired. Visit here and enjoy some of their most celebrated regional-inspired dishes like duck Galouti, besan laddoo ice cream and much more.
Where: Third Floor, Palladium Mall, High Street Phoenix, Lower Parel, Mumbai.
Photo Credit: Ishaara
When one of the most celebrated restaurants from Dubai forayed in India, it means it is time to relish. Paying homage to Indian cuisine, Trésind has been a game-changer when we talk about Indian cuisine. Helmed by ex-Indian Accent Chef Himanshu Saini, you get to experience some of the traditional dishes which come combined with Avant-grade techniques. Trésind embodies luxury fine dining which is done with the hues of gold and silver. If you haven’t been there till now, this place should be your next visit before the year ends. Do try their vegan carpaccio and Rajasthani cucumber curry.
With such cold waves hitting Delhi, who said warming up inside your home is the only good option. After wowing the food lovers in San Francisco, Rooh has entered Delhi hosting a perfect winter outing. Situated in the refurbished 150-year-old haveli in Mehrauli, you will love to indulge in a soulful treat with a view of Qutub Minar. The menu is designed to take you to a nostalgic trip of the Indian palate. To give a twist to the classic Indian dishes, much-acclaimed chef, Pritam Chatterjee has played around with the simple Indian breakfast, lunch and dinner dishes. Experience the drama yourself in the potato fermented parantha, Pani puri, tomato pickle, and Mehrauli goat curd.
Where: Ambawatta One complex, H-5/1, Kalkadas Marg, Mehrauli.
Photo Credit: Rooh
Saz – American Brasserie, Kolkata
A chic seating arrangement, opulent decor, delicious food, and some refreshing beverages are all that we need to end this amazing year. Head to Saz – American Brasserie in Kolkata which has gained fame for its 28ft long bar. The well-lit interiors with a dash of American vibe will make you groove going all tipsy. They have some amazing collection of artisanal cocktails and some of the amazing classic American dishes like Truffled Mushroom on Sourdough, Scampi Benedict and Lobster Mariana. Additionally, you can also dig-in Hassleback Potatoes, Home-cut Tagliatelle, Tenderloin Steak, Wood Fired Pizza, Lamb Burger, and Buffalo Chicken Wings.
Where: 9th Floor, 901A, 6, Camac Street Area, Kolkata.
Photo Credit: Saz Kolkata
When in Goa, you cannot miss out on Portuguese architecture and scrumptious seafood. Mahe is the perfect amalgamation of both. You will be overwhelmed by its modern coastal cuisine in the charming Portuguese villa. And if you want to end your year with some ever-lasting food memories, Mahe is a place you should definitely visit. With a mix of small plates and curries, you can start with Steamed Fish, Slow Cooked Mackerel and Red Snapper Ceviche. But, the winner among all is their Signature Prawns Curry which will make you visit Goa again.
Where: House 1111, Anjuna Arpora Road, Mazal Waddo, Anjuna.
Photo Credit: Mahe
Punkah House, Bengaluru
This new addition to the Bengaluru eating scene has gained much popularity. The credit goes to its vintage-inspired decoration with an Indian contemporary culinary twist. They have an experimental menu that steals the show. If you love to tantalise your taste buds with flavourful blasts, this is the place to be. Some of the signature dishes of Punkah House is Foxnut Jhalmoori and Jamun ceviche. Another amazing creation of Punkah House is the Chargrilled Prawns which is served on a bed of Sabudana. If there is something called, ‘celebration of food’ Punkah House will top the list.
Where: First & Second Floor, 12th Main Road, HAL 2nd Stage, Indiranagar.
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