Delectable Reveries, Author at EatTreat

#TeaStories // The Emotions Behind Chai

With various tea-centric startups now beginning to emerge in the country, one knows that they’ve tapped on the right nerve of the Indian crowd. We Indians love chai. Tea is not a mere beverage for the Indians, but an emotion that runs high in each family. Our days start with chai, and in most cases,…

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Majnu Ka Tila Is A Haven For Tibetan Food

Delectable Reveries visited Majnu Ka Tila and took us with them. We came back in awe of the culture, the history and of course, the Tibetan food. Here’s what we found. First Things First The first thing that comes to mind after entering the colony (and that too every time) is “Hello Dharamshala!” An absolutely…

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Kolkata’s Park Street Christmas Is Our Favourite Way Of Bidding The Year Goodbye

Kolkata, the grand city of emotions, cultures and romance, has always been a forerunner of sorts in following and upholding British cultures. The old capital of British India boasts of a number of antique churches, cemeteries and Anglo-Indian strongholds. The Armenian Church, St.Paul’s Cathedral and the South Park Street Cemetery are noteworthy tourist attractions, among…

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For Amazing South Indian Food & Desserts, Head To Carnatic Cafe

Delectable Reveries took us on a visit to the quaint Carnatic Cafe in New Friends Colony Market. The restaurant has an interesting decor, affable staff, and for what waited to surprise us all, South Indian food that you will never forget. First Things First The warm lighting infuses a sense of warmth in a simplistic…

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The Origin Of Chaat & A Tiny Trip To Chandni Chowk

Delectable Reveries took us on a trip to the lanes of Chandni Chowk and we can’t be more pleased with the results. Winters are the perfect time to eat all your favourite delicacies and enjoy guilt free. Food like Chaat or Gajar ka Halwa has its own charm during the season. First Things First One winter morning sent me…

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#EatEffect // Green Falafel Healthy Wraps For Your Breakfast Blues

We love these Green Falafel Healthy Wraps from Delectable Reveries. And of course, since we are all about eating and living healthy this week with #EatEffect, we thought of bringing you this delectable recipe. First Things First Falafel is usually made with chickpeas and/or fave beans and fried into round balls or patties. They are…

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The Never-ending Fight Between Pulao & Biryani – Settled!

Yes yes yes, I am aware of the everlasting debate about biryani not being considered a vegetarian dish. Answering questions of surprised friends (most who just love the veg vs. non-veg debate) about how do I even live in the illusion that rice without meat can be biryani. But here I am, once again, calling their pulao, my biryani….

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“Dada Ekta Egg Roll” – The Saga Of Kolkata’s Street Food

Kolkata, the city of joy, is every bit the city of incredible street food. For us Bengalis, no Sunday is ever complete without cups of tea, a storming debate on any topic worth fighting for, and a particularly enticing assortment of the best street food you’ll ever find anywhere. Those who have been to Kolkata…