Rajasthani Maida ka Dhokla/ Steamed Dhokla

Rajasthani Maida ka Dhokla are very popular made in Rajasthani households specially during winters. It is a soft & savory steamed cake traditionally associated with the Indian state of Rajasthan. It is made from Maida Flour, however a few other flours(Wheat, Rice, Bajri, Jowar flour etc) are also used. 
It is  served with Dal/Kadhi. But we love to have with achar or just add chilli powder and jeera and have it. It can be taken as a main course or as a side dish or a breakfast..
As they are steamed, it is also good for health.
The snack is prepared by steaming the flour which made  from water and  an alkaline salt known as Papad Khar ( An Alkaline Salt with major components as Sodium carbonate and Sodium bicarbonate) and then steaming the lump. It is often served with Oil and chilli powder.


4-5 cups Water (Depends on the way you want to prepare, like spreading the mixture or making Gharas)

2 cup maida flour

1 tsp papad khar

Salt to taste

1 tbsp oil


1) Heat water and add Papad Khar and salt. Boil water for 10-15 minutes at medium to slow flame.

2)Add water to maida flour slowly and stir continuously using wooden spoon to prevent again lump.

3)Knead the dough properly with the required water. Make small Dhokla out of it just like we make the south indian vadas.

4)Steam these dhokla in the idli steamer for almost half an hour.

5)Serve Rajasthani Maida ka Dhokla recipe hot with a dollop of ghee and garlic chutney/ achar.


1. I have my very own special version of this recipe when I feel like eating dough

2. I like my dough steamed in a Dhokla cooker for better texture but you can just steam on low heat in the same pot you prepare the mixture.

Rasgulla Recipe – Quick And Easy Way To Make Spongy Rasagulla Recipe

It’s time to learn to make spongy rasagulla at home. Rasgulla is a famous Bengali sweet made from milk. Rasagulla is a juicy milk based desert loved by all of my family members from sanchi to my father in law everyone loves rasagulla. This rasagulla recipe will give you soft spongy and juicy rasagulla that are quick to make. It can be even tried by beginners.. I tried it for first time and it came out well. Although making rasgulla can be tricky, but this post will help you to get it right
I have kept this recipe very simple, easy prepared from Chenna.


1 liter Full Cream Milk
1 tbsp Lemon Juice
1½ cups Sugar (little less or more, as per your taste)
4 cups Water
A pinch of Cardamom powder optional
Few saffron strand for garnishing


1) Bring the milk to boil over medium flame. Keep it aside.. Let it get cool a bit.

2) Then add lemon juice in milk
stir till milk curdles completely.

3)Now drain the curdled milk in to a cloth. Rinse only when it gets slight warm. Add a glass of water and clean the curdled milk as it has lemon juice in it.

4) Squeeze it gently to drain the excess water and hang it for 30 minutes to get the right amount of moisture.

5) Take the mixture from cloth and transfer it to a plate.

6)Start to knead the mixture with hands break the granules of milk solids. Use the pressure from your palm. It’s important to knee it well to get the perfect texture. Mash the mixture atleast for 5 minutes for a string grip. The whole kneading process took me some 8-10 minutes.

7)Make small tiny balls without any cracks and keep aside.

8)Now take 1½ cup sugar in a pan, add Cardamon powder and 4 cups of water .

9) Boil the syrup for 10 minutes on medium flame.
after that, drop the prepared balls into boiling sugar syrup.

10)Cover it with lid and continue cooking for 15 minutes. You can see the balls have doubled in size. Turn of the stove.

11) keep aside till it cools completely and then refrigerate.

12) Serve them chilled. Garnish with saffron strand.

1) Kneading to a smooth dough is very much important to give a good texture to rasagullas

2)Use deep and wide mouthed vessel for perfect cooking.

3) Add a bit of rava and corn flour (optional) It help to prevent the balls from breaking.

4) Don’t put lemon while milk getting boil,put after it get boiled.

5) Boiling the balls for the right amount of time and at the right heat is also needed.

Laapsi Recipe – Rajasthani Laapsi with broken wheat.

Laapsi is an Indian sweet dish made of broken wheat pieces(Dalia) and ghee along with almonds. It can also be served as a dessert. The benefits of Broken Wheat are its highly rich in fibre. Its very good source of iron. It is full of minerals and vitamins. A classic sweet dish made in all Rajasthani households be it an occasion or just beacuse. The traditional recipe that is made is plain and simple without any nuts and spices. However adding almonds, dried raisins and nuts to this recipe makes it richer and tastier.


1 cup broken wheat
1 cup jaggery (grated)
2 1/2 cups water
2 tbsp ghee
Cardamom powder
8-9 Almonds

Method :

1) Take ghee in a heavy pan and add broken wheat. Fry on medium heat.
2) Stir and cook till the wheat turns golden in colour and exudes aroma.
3)Add boiled water to roasted wheat.
4)Stir gently and cook till the wheat becomes soft.
5)Add jaggery, cardamom powder and chopped badam.
6) Reduce the heat to low and cook covered till the water is all soaked up and the dalia is well cooked. Takes about 20-25 minutes.
7) Cook till ghee separates along the sides.
8 ) Remove in a serving dish and garnish with almonds
9) Serve the laapsi warm as a dessert or a sweet for special occasions.

Note :
1) Always roast the broken wheat on medium flame.
2) Stir continuously while roasting otherwise the lapsi will burn.
3) I have added grated jaggery to Dalia you can also make jaggery warm water and add.

Instant 2 Mins Biscuit Mug Cake

Instant 2 mins biscuit mug cake in Microwave is a very easy recipe which can be prepared by anyone!!!
This is my own version of the biscuits microwave mug cake.
You just require a microwave oven and very few ingredients.
This chocolaty fudgy treat is truly decadent and great for nights when me and my family demand a yummy dessert that is ready in less than 10 minutes. This cake gets ready in a jiffy and tastes great. It is a very spongy and textured cake. What more? – it is Eggless!
Not only that they are easy to make, but also taste wonderful.

These days getting bored at home but enjoy cooking with family…. Today!!!!! Try mug cake . Check out the easy and quick recipe to bake a finger-licking dark fantasy mug cake.


4 Dark fantasy biscuit
6 good day cookies
1 spoon icing sugar(or powdered sugar)
1/4 spoon baking powder
2 tbsp milk
1 tbsp vegetable oil or sunflower oil

1. Grind both the biscuits like powder and empty in a large bowl
2. Add, icing sugar and baking powder.
3. Then Add oil and milk …
4. Mix it gently until no lumps are formed.
5. The mixture should be smooth,neither very thin nor very thick.
6. Grease the mug with oil and pour the mixture. The mug should be just half full, so the cake has space to rise.
7.Centre your mug in the middle of the microwave oven and cook on High for 1½ -2 mins, or until it has stopped rising and is firm to the touch.
8.Take out the cake and put a toothpick or a fork in it and if the toothpick comes out clean, your delicious cake is ready!!!!!
9.  Let cool for 2 to 3 minutes before eating.

1) You could make variations by adding nuts / berries.

2) Grab your favorite mug (make sure it’s microwave-safe!)

3) You can try with any biscuit available at your home ..

Paneer tikka recipe | recipe of paneer tikka on tawa

Paneer tikka is an Indian dish made from chunks of paneer marinated in spices, curd and grilled in a tandoor.. Its a popular veg starter or appetizer recipe which is heavily popular in India. I tried in tawa because of smoky flavour it has to offer. These paneer tikka can be served as a starter or a snack with sliced onions, lime and mint chutney. So check out his to make easy Paneer tikka recipe on tawa here…..


250 to 300 grams paneer (I have used cavin paneer)
1 medium to large bell pepper (capsicum – green or yellow or red)
1 medium to large tomato
1 medium to large onion
1 cup thick curd ( yogurt) 
¾  tsp turmeric powder
½  tsp coriander powder
¾  tsp cumin powder (ground cumin)
¾ tsp oil
¾ tsp garam masala 
½ ginger garlic paste 
1 tsp red chilli powder
Salt to taste 

Method :

1.First add one  cup of curd in a bowl or pan.

2. Thn add all ingredients one by one  ( turmeric powder, coriander powder, cumin powder, coriander powder, garam masala, red chilli powder, ginger garlic paste , salt and little oil).

3. Stir and mix well till u get a thick batter.

4. Add the diced vegetable (capsicum, tomato , onion and paneer slices).

5. With your hands mix very well. So that the marinade coats the paneer and veggies evenly.

6.  Cover the bowl & keep the marinade in the fridge for 30 minutes so that the paneer can absorb all the masala evenly.

7. Take wooden skewer or toothpick, arrange the paneer cubes and veggies one by one.

8. Take little oil in non stick grill pan place the skewers and cook on a medium flame.

9. Keep checking and turning them around all sides for even grilling. When they turn golden, transfer them to serving plate.

10. Serve the paneer tikka hot or warm with onion lemon salad or mint chutney.


First, when you prepare paneer tikka on stove top, either use a non stick or ceramic pan or use a well seasoned tawa or griddle. Even tawas on which you make dosas also work well.
Secondly, I have used fresh homemade curd u can also use yogurt.

Try and have fun with family, dears❤️.

Corn pakoda or corn bajiya

Thinking what to do sitting at home during this long quarantine period?? Get up & try this eaasy-peasyyy dish NOWW!

Corn pokoda is one of the most loved snack at our home. it is a simple and crispy sweet corn based fritters or pakora recipe prepared mainly with chickpea flour and rice flour.
They are crisp and crunchy on the outside and soft, warm, melt-in-the-mouth on the inside. Here is how to make Sweet Corn Pakoda Recipe or Corn Bhajia Recipe.



2 cup sweet corn
1/2 teaspoon garlic paste
1/2 teaspoon ginger paste
3 tablespoon gram flour (besan)
3 tablespoon rice flour
1/2 teaspoon garam masala powder
2 green chilli
salt as required
powdered turmeric as required
1/2 teaspoon red chilli powder
oil to deep fry.


1.Take a large bowl, add the sweet corn, onions, green chilies, ginger-garlic paste, turmeric, garam masala powder, besan, rice flour and salt.
2.Combine and mix well add little water if required.
3.Sprinkle little water to this and make this into a tight dough.
4. Now drop the corn pakoda mixture into the hot oil.Stir occasionally and fry on medium flame.

5. Fry the pakora turns crispy and golden brown color. Note:takes approximately 10-12 minutes.

  1.  6.Drain them on kitchen tissues.
    Finally, serve crispy corn pakoda with with green chutney and sweet chutney.

    1)Garam masala can be replaced with chat masala too.
    2)Ensure that there is no moisture in the corn while adding it to the mixture, especially if using the frozen corn.

Experience at the Pasta Bar Veneto -VR Mall

The newly opened branch, of this already established Italian counterpart in India. What comes more with its next new outlet is an improved ambience and a tenacious atmosphere which cannot hold you back from having some Italian masterpieces. This Italian restaurant takes you directly to the loving and cheesy streets of Italy.

To start off with, the menu was a nice depiction of the Italian classic facts with the names of the dishes also having a majority of its essence of the Italian language. The menu consisted of starters, soups, pizzas, burgers, pastas, grills, beverages and the ever-sweet desserts.

With the wide multi cuisines, and some soups to choose from, we went on with the following dishes:

       i.          Cheese and mushroom Crostini:

These sliced breads topped off with loads of cheese and lowkey cut boiled mushrooms just makes this a perfect treat for the cheese-mushroom lovers. This can definitely be on my must try list, it tastes heavenly with tomato ketchup.

      ii.          Herbs & Cheese Garlic Bread:

Just served similarly like the previous crostini, the only difference is the doubling of cheese and a few seasoning and “herbs” to make it a cheese garlic bread. The perfect yet simple way to start your meal.

    iii.          Zuppa Funghi (soup):

The weirder the name sounds, the absolute better its taste. This tasted more like the sauce of the milk cream cheese pasta and some cut mushrooms made it a perfect combo of an Italian start off. The breads served with it were the softest of its kind and supports each other so damn well.

    iv.          French Fries with Honey Chilli / Cheese:

The all-time favourite French fries just got even more better, the quantity that is provided is worth its price and the two options that is, either honeychilli sauce or with cheese, I went for the honeychilli sauce just to try out something new and it was really one of the best experiences I’ve never had in Chennai.

      v.          Potato Pea and Cheese Crostini:

The softest of the breads with a layer of garlic sauce, cut into rectangular shapes and are topped off with bland mashed potatoes, all time favourite cheese, and whole green peas makes it one of the most desirable dishes. But the taste could be much better with some spices, but its Italian, no spices are added in this cuisine, so the way it is, I didn’t like it very much.

Through the course of these starters, there’s always room for some drinks and beverages along the routes of experiencing some magnificent Italian food, we did have around 8 to 10 options….

I went for some drinks like, Virgin MojitoIced TeaChocolate Shake and Mint Lemonade. These beverages along the route were just so good to add-on and all these drinks were up to the mark and refreshing as well.

Moving on to the main course, Italian cuisines also have a wide variety in main course dishes, but I was already full, the following were the ones that I tried and tested for you guys:

    vi.          Veg. Grilled Barbeque:

This one surprised me the most, I kind of expected a lot on this one, but it kind of disappointed me on a bigger note, because it consisted of just grilled vegetables and a few blocks of toasted parmesan blocks. This is definitely not worth the price and neither it is filling the tummy.

   vii.          Quattro Formaggi (Pasta):

This variant of pasta was one of the best in chennai and I’ve ever had in my life. This one’s for all the cheese-lovers as it is the combination of four varieties of cheeses combined and put up into a penne pasta style, just looks irresistible and the moment when it melts in your mouth. Just gives the chills.

 viii.          Pizza Diavolo:

Without Pizzas there is no Italian cuisine for me, it was a must for me to try out something. The pizza was a perfect blend and probably the only thing that was spicy and fun to have. The toppings included, bell peppers, olives, tomatoes and the all-time important cheese. 

    ix.          Veg. Lasagna Exotica:

The lasagnas, which I am a huge fan of, where would I get anything better from other than at an Italian restaurant.The stuffing included parmesan assorted breads, veggies and a layer of milk cheese to top it and is baked and served which looked so delicious and without thinking I poke into it.

      x.          Veg. Tofu Burger:

One of their Signature dishes, the best of quality tofu patty stuffed right in between cottage cheese and different sauces with leaves of cabbages and huge soft, well chiseled breads and it was served along with few fries and a lot of love.

The main course was about all this.

This amazing journey till now was just going to get better with the widest of options in their desserts section and it was little or no expectations from my side, but the desserts really did blow off my minds, So, are you guys ready for the sweet journey. The desserts that I ordered were as follows:

    xi.          Apple Strudel:

The apple strudel, is just the fairytale ending of any meal, the sweet pie topped up with sliced apples, and a custard mixture, that tastes heavenly when tried together.

   xii.          Panna Cotta:

I have had some panna cottas, In Chennai, and this was the best I’ve had ever. The giggly effect with the right amount of gelatin level, and the sweetness was on point. Dipped in strawberry squash and some strawberries to top off was just a look to be admired for a second.

 xiii.          Chocolate Mousse:

For all the chocolate-lovers in Chennai, Mousse is always that I as a foodie relish on. The presence of cocoa is just blissful and in fact I was drooling over it and was again well served on a platter. The amount of sweetness could have been more and would have been just perfect.

  xiv.          Mud Pie Cake:

This cake was basically an incarnation of dark cocoa powder with addition of gelatin to make it more softer and the taste of it was like something like chocolate, then there were some crushed biscuits giving it a muddy look and overall it was a nice experience. 

A Trending New ForoMarket-Online Grocery Market

I always prefer to buy vegetables from a shop nearby. The sole purpose for this was the quality assurance and the trust factor that me, as a consumer connects and feels the product. But, at the same time, it consumes my time a lot and also requires loads and loads of efforts to get to that place and pick the best among the rest and also try to get those prices down.

Off late, I’ve been browsing through some online and more convenient options to buy my daily needs and groceries. Across many, ForoMarket stood out! Because of its unbelievably easy User-Experience right from signing up to and at my convenience.

So, what is ForoMarket?

With over two thousand products being offered, right from, Farm Fresh Fruits & Vegetables, Rice, Dals, Spices and Seasonings to Packaged products and Beverages. With so many categories to choose from and the items are exclusively handpicked to help you find the best quality available at the lowest prices and all you need to do is, just select a time slot for delivery and sit back and relax.

ForoMarket.com is built on integrity, honesty and a whole lot of love for their customers, with the main aim of delivering the best quality products and services to any customer.   Their Motto stands for, “We give the best for the best” with their best quality fruits and vegetables sourced out directly from the farmers, top quality staples and also some additional features like ‘Re-Order’ basket and a ‘No-Questions’ return policy. Doesn’t that sound impeccable?

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  • Browse foromarket.com for your products or search for it

02. Add items to your cart

03. Choose the delivery slot based on your convenience

04. Select suitable payment option (Cash, Card)

05. Your order will be home-delivered based on your delivery selection.

See? Ordering online has just become so convenient and user friendly, Thanks to ForoMarket!

They have fresh first qualities of groceries, fruits, vegetables, grains, pulses etc. which are handpicked and delivered to your homes which are just a click away. As promised, the products were indeed delivered fresh! and on time i.e; within 24 hours of placing the order.     I registered on their website and immediately I got a message thanks for registering with us. After a couple of hours I got a phone call from their representative that I would get a 10% discount on my first order, and that was like an icing on the cake and without any further due, I just quickly ordered what I wanted without a guide within minutes, I got my order details and the arrival of my order.

The delivery executive, was very well-versed, and had the required knowlwdge about the items he delivered. Unlike other delivery executives, who don’t know what to answer when questioned! I just loved the way how he explained each item and segregated for me.

At the end of all this, it just felt so great! Instead of venting out energy at these supermarkets today, the introduction of ForoMarket has made things way too easier and more convenient for every consumer out there. Moreover, the products were fresh and juicy, as promised without any fuss.

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Maharashtrian food festival at novotel

Recently got invited by ‘NOVOTEL’ which has always been super creative and super fun, “Apunka Maharashtra”, coming up with yet another festival and this time to bring out the flavours and the goodness of Maharashtra to the always welcoming Chennai.

Meaning “Our Maharashtra” in its Marathi slang, it definitely promises to give us a tour and experience various cuisines of Maharashtra on a plate. Guided and prepared by the Executive chef and a Maharashtrian, Chef Rahul Bhale. Before going on to the course of the dishes the chef, explains as to where these dishes are inspired from, like the less spicy regional foods of Konkan region, Paschim Maharashtra, regions of Khanvel, the Maradwadaa region and parts of Vidharba were some of the sources of inspiration for today’s menu.

So, are you ready?? To travel Maharashtra without moving from your position?

They welcomed us, with welcome drinks, “Matha” the spiced buttermilk which gives you chills of all kinds and makes up your mood to a predator-foodie, and the other drink was an unexpected fusion of “Cucumber-Pudina Drink” which was great and the better one of the two!

Moving on to the starters, which is the most important pat of a meal, according to me! The starters constitutes of the following:

(i)Pav bhaji:

Yes! You’ve heard it right Chennaites, Pav Bhaji is a starter, and it was one of the live counters put up by NovotelChennai, with fluffy, soft and buttery pav, with khatta bhajji with onions and lime is the best way you can kickstart your meal in sublime fashion.

(ii)Miissil pav:

               Another variant of pavs, but here’s the twist. It should be made by the consumer by adding the masala bhajji on top by slicing the pav into small picies, just how we chennaites eat ‘kotthuParotta’, its taste doubles up with adding some sev, for a crunchy feeling.

(iii)Shegaon ki Kachori:

               These hot and crunchy ‘Kachoris’ from Shegaon are just so much tastier than the normal ones. With dal masala stuffed gives it the perfect combination of spiciness ands up as a perfect snack to start off a meal.     

(iv)Vegetable Wanton:

               These Vegetable Wantons just melts with its appealing look and to my surprise it was so so good! And the taste reminds me of a gravy of vegetable sabjis stuffed and fried to these wantons which in the end, taste heavenly.

After such a blitzkrieg start! The expectations for the Main Course from Maharashtra is Marvelous…

The body of the meal consisted of the following dishes:

(i)Assorted Breads:

               Being a part of the Indian cuisine the breads, and their varities become of the utmost importance. This “Apunka Maharashtra” offered Assorted Breads like Naan, Garlic Naan, Rotis, Butter Rotis and Kulchas. They obviously can’t be eaten raw! Their perfect partners, i.e; Sabzis.

To add on, there was “Goli Soda” which was served all along the meal! Which was easily accommodated with all the items, and doubled the fun, the taste.


            The next most important thing to complete a meal, the side dishes a.k.a Sabzis; they were also highly anticipated from my side. It consisted of, ‘Thai stuffed vegetable gravy’, which was some less spicy vegetables mixed in a common gravy. ‘Bhindichi bhaaji’, the homely bhindi sabzi made live by the chefs there, the aroma just dazzles you and you’ll definitely crave for this. ‘Eggplant and zuccmini parmigiana’, Not a big fanof eggplants, but this was something different, and I actually liked it. ‘Sev bhaji’, this was personally my favourite and the best sabzi ever, I’ve had.

Another, ethnic addition to the menu, is the innovative wheat paapads, known as the “Kurdai”.

(iii)Mumbai-Style Pizza:

            What if I say, there’s pizza with a twist? Yes! This Mumbai-Style Pizza is a one for all the pizza-lovers in Chennai. The masala chat, sprinkld on the melting cheese with toppings like tomatoes, onions etc.

Nothing ends, without some sweetness, so now, we move on to our next section, that is, the Desserts section! It obviously had most of the mainstream desserts like some sweet chocolatey pastries which were awfully great, but now we are going to see some of the unorthodox desserts which were served during this fest:


            This sweet thing, trust me, will make your day! This is one crunchy sweet delight. It’s a crispy puff, with a layer of sweetness and sugar, makes this the unmissable one.

(ii) Besan ladoos:

            Directly from the streets of Vidharbha, the sweet hub of Maharashtra, these ladoos are sweet and soft making your nostalgic memories come back.

(iii) Pooran poli:

            These soft-crusted sweet theplas with a core of coconut mash which is full of sweetness. When served hot are a pure bliss.

Therefore, these are some of the top-picked and best out of the best dishes reviewed for you. After heavy lunch the chef taught us how to do puran Poli and missil paav..We really enjoyed a lot..Thanks for this opportunity Novotel Chennai Sipcot..

About the may flower cafe at T nagar❤️

I recently visited @themayflowercafe which is set up at Burkit Road, in an revamped Art Deco Bungalow which is 60 years old. Its really an amazing and a cool place to hang out with friends and family..

The first flooring is space for coworkers and cafe is at ground floor. The ambience is amazing with lot plants inside the rooms and well decorated.

Its welcoming us with positive vibes consisting of white walls and blue windows, forgotten titles lining up a bookshelf, wicker baskets peeping from behind cascading money-plants, rustic chandeliers, and trippy wall art..

I totally loved the decor as well a relaxing swing, wooden chairs, floral art on walls, this 60-year-old bungalow is really amazing making old memories cherished..

The menu is curated by “Mad Chef” Koushik Shankar. It took around half an hour to get ready and all the items were fresh. They served it one by one we really enjoyed it Service was upto the mark. Prices are convenient as well..

Dim sum veg soup :

We started with Dim sum veg clear soup which is really delicious with corn & spinach dumpling & lots of green vegetables inside. It was giving an authentic taste.. it’s not just delicious but also quite healthy as it is loaded with fiber and the goodness of vegetables.

Onion rings:

It tasted awfully cheesy and a really crunchy delight.. It got served with the sour salsa cream.. Still remember the crispy taste hindering in my mind!

Cajun Paneer skewers:

I totally loved the paneer which was coated in a yogurt sauce, smothered in tandoori spices, and grilled on skewers just amazing

Crispy lotus stem:

This give you a crunchy texture and sweet and spicy taste with every bite.

I loved the texture as the lotus root has an interestingly crisp and fibrous texture.

The flavor of lotus root is equally unique and healthy

Corn and broccoli vegetable dim sum:

I totally loved the fresh look of colourful and crunchy vegetables in this delightful dimsum. The presentation was amazing and it was the perfect mix of Carrot, Broccoli with cheese..Dim-sum as they looked real attractive & tasted equally good.

Mexicana Nachos :

Nachos are my all time favourite snack …So was very much excited to taste it.. The taste was good but I feel there were lot of tomatoes added so it got soaked.. Other wise it’s good.

Chilli Basil Vegetables:

I loved it totally it has lot of Vegetables like corn, lotus stem , cabbage, cucumber sorted with sauce..

Paneer Pesto Pizza :

Pizza lovers, should definitely visit The Mayflower Special and have their signature pizza dish. It’s got all veggies – zucchini, mushrooms, broccoli, olives, corn, and bell pepper with thin crust and cheese overload is paradise. We also tried Paneer pesto pizza with a crisp base and chunky slices of paneer interspersed with roundels of cheese and green chutney.

Khao Suey:

For main course we ordered

Khao Suey which is served in an elaborate platter with an assortment of garnishes including fried garlic, onions, lemons, roasted peanuts and, basil leaves and four others. The Burmese soup meal is a sight in itself.

It was really extraordinary.

Pina Nata Colada :

Its a fusion of Pineapple & Coconut arrives, shivering in happiness just like me it was a heaven tasting it..

orange flambo darsan:

Its made of orange peel and served with flame. It taste out of the world..

Watermelon juice:

Its fresh as well healthy without sugar and enjoyed it with mild ginger taste.

Opening hours 12 noon to 11 pm

Average cost 600 per person approximate

How can we forget to take a selfie with fellow bloggers. Here it is…

The food was amazing! The Khao seuy is a must try here. The service was great, the staff are helpful with a big smile.