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8 BEST Things to do in Mussoorie Uttarakhand, India

Located at a distance of 35 kilometers from Dehra-doon, Mussoorie is a wonderful hill station in Uttarakhand situated at a height of 2005 meters above the sea level. It is situated at the foothills of the Himalayas and is known as the Queen of the Hills.
Mussoorie is one the top hill stations in India, famous for weekend getaway, honeymoon destinations, Himalayan views and Mall Road.

The Asian Tuk Tuk - New in Town

Dubai's Tum Tum Asia has taken a flight and arrived at Nehru Place, New Delhi. The USP of Dubai is Vegetarian while New Delhi has a mix of Vegetarian as well as Non Vegetarian delicacies. 

Tum Tum Asia is all about authentic Pan Asian Cuisine with a twist. The owner Chef Akshay Nayyar and his Partners were all fascinated by the vehicle 'Tum Tum' while they were traveling across Asia. Its a motorized vehicle found carrying hungry people with a craving towards hidden food holes of the Asian cities and towns, hunting for mouthwatering eats. 

"To me, food should not be constant. It should be a joyful journey that your body, mind and soul experiences. And it was on this life - long journey of yummy dishes that Tum Tum Asia was born, says Chef Akshay Nayyar". 

Manipuri Menu at What a Comic Show

Manipur is strategically located in the North Eastern corner of India bordering Myanmar, nestled in the foothills of the Eastern Himalayas, the state is considered the Gateway to South East Asia. The land popularly known as Switzerland of India is the right tourist destination for nature lovers. The serene beauty of the state leaves every traveler spellbound which is least touched and least discovered. A promising tourist destination for adventure, nature and food lovers.

Manipuri Cuisine has rice as a staple food. The cuisine differs from community to community. There are about 33 different tribes and each has its own distinct cuisine. The ethnic, religious and cultural background of the people, influence what they eat. For instance, the Meiteis who practice Hinduism or Vaisnavism are by and large vegetarians who restrict their diet to healthy greens that are locally grown.

Starbucks Introduces Pumpkin Spice Latte in India

Starbucks has announced an all new range of Pumpkin Spice Latte (PSL) across its stores in India, PSL (Pumpkin Spice Latte is an annual tradition for many, has taken on life of its own. It is an icon in the US and is one of the most awaisted beverages across the globe. 
This limited edition beverage infuses Starbucks signature espresso and milk, highlighted by flavor notes of pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg and clove. Topped with whipped cream and real pumpkin pie spices. PSL symbolizes the arrival of the fall season for Starbucks customers worldwide. 

The Starbucks journey in India has been extremely fruitful. Bringing Pumpkin Spice Latte to India, pioneer of seasonal beverages is like bringing a little bit of autumn to India. 
PSL is available across all Starbucks stores in India. It is available in Hot, Iced and Blended versions for a limited time period only. 
The variants available are Latte (hot) and Frappuccino (cold). 
Latte is priced Rs 270 onwards while Frappuccino Rs 315 onwards. Now I understand why the American's enjoy it so much. 

New Kid On The Block -- Hudba Lounge & Bar

There's a cool new kid on the block that's just popped up in GK 1's M Block Market and it looks uber chic with a charismatic vibe and killer cocktails. Yes, you read it right. Hudba is tailor made for your squad goals. There's always an excitement to explore new restaurants, specially when you hear about them opening in the neighborhood. Its time to book your table --
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A Gastronomical Evening at The Embassy of Peru

New Delhi, 27th April 2018: The Embassy of Peru in India and Commercial Office in presence of the Ambassador of the Republic of Peru, H.E. Mr. Jorge Castañeda, hosted a gastronomical evening unveiling four new Peruvian cookbooks. The event took place at the Art Gallery of the Embassy of Peru on Friday, 27th April, 2018. The exhibit was followed by a cooking demonstration and dinner, skillfully prepared by the Chef with delectable Peruvian ingredients such as Purple corn, Quinoa and Pisco - Spirit of Peru. 
With the aim of introducing India to the diversity of the Peruvian cuisine, the four cookbooks promise to take you through an exciting journey that celebrates one of the most awarded cuisines of the world. They are based on Rice, Corn, Potato and traditional Peruvian specialties and how they have evolved over the years.

On this occasion, Mr. Luis M Cabello, Economic and Commercial Counselor of Embassy of Peru in India, said, “Embassy of Peru is pleased to showcase our exciting journey of being one the most awarded cuisines of the world through this cookbook launch. These cookbooks include some of our emblematic Peruvian dishes using kitchen staples like potatoes, corn, rice, fish and poultry products.”

Peru has been consistently recognized as the World`s Best Culinary Destination for six consecutive years, including this year, at the prestigious World Travel Awards and also considered by many to be the Oscars of the Tourism sector. This recognition, helped place Peru over and above other international gastronomic giants like France, Italy and even India.

The Biryani Project - Handcrafted Gourmet Biryani in Delhi

Who does not love Biryani? Biryani, an evergreen, flavorful classic needs no introduction. Its aromatic, heavenly and one of the most loved delicacies not just in India but across the Globe. It is believed that Mughals were the first to introduce Biryani in North India whereas South India was exposed more by the Arabs. This spicy rice dish which we all call Biryani then flourished in some Muslim centers throughout the country, including Lucknow, Hyderabad, Old Delhi to name a few - after that it was embraced by all.