So when you chalk out a plan to hit Momo café for their Sunday Brunch, make sure you skip your breakfast no matter what. Such is the spread. Situated @ Hinjewadi, Momo café has a calm ambiance, perfectly set up for a buffet. Thanks to Mercy for her amazing voice, which made my day, all the more beautiful.
Well trained staff should be one of the main qualities boasted by a high-end setup like Courtyard, and yes, they nailed on that front as well. And as usual, the most important part, Food…
Berry Mojito: And just before we move into the food, the mocktail, a welcome drink rather, needs mention. Lime juice on crushed ice, muddled mint leaves, and berry blast to start a warm afternoon was more than I could ask for.
212, known for its amazing food, ambiance and service, is going all guns blazing with their Mexican fest, which is going to be around for a month. A preview of the Mexican fests’ menu is what brought a group of bloggers here.
The menu includes a wide variety of Nachos, Chimichangas, Tortillas, Bruschetta, Taquitos, the famed Mexico’s own ‘Habanero’ preparations and Margaritas. The session kept getting better, and the food – yummier.
Tarawade Clarks Inn is the new kid in the block. Ruling Indian hotel idustry with its group of hotels in almost all the categories, Clarks Inn’s first project in Pune is handled by Tarawade groups. Based in Lucknow, Tarawade group has over 60 projects running and 40 in pipeline. They have been recipients of n number of awards throughout the years.
#TheBteam hosted its first bloggers table in association with FoodieApp and Rhythm Winery, where a wine tasting session was organized as well.
Rhythm Winery is a well known name in Pune. The specialty about them is that their wines are all fruit based. First, wine of grapes and a fruit is made separately, which are later blend together. Alphonso, Peach, Strawberry, Kiwi, Pineapple and Plum are the flavours available
Mr.Akalpreet briefing us about basics of wine tasting
Thanks to Rhythm winery, now we know the basics of wine tasting. See-Swirl-Smell-Sip. Alphonso and Peach were the flavours up for tasting and trust me, they are amazing. The smell was spot on and the taste of the fruit could be felt distinctly with a zing of alcohol. Taste it to believe it.
With the last years’ Burger Tour being a huge success, they have gone a level above this year by introducing more Regional and Authentic Burgers and some awesome cocktails to go with it. The International Burger Day on 28th May, saw HRC organizing a preview of the Burger fest.
The ambiance and service of HRC has always been exemplary and consistent. 28th was no different.
8 Burgers, 8 Cocktails and a few shots were to be sampled and it went well…
Mediterranean Veg Burger: Grilled patty infused with Mediterranean veggies and spices, topped with Spicy Mango Aioli, Cheddar Cheese and Spinach Slaw. Topped with fresh lettuce and tomatoes, the burger was pretty good.
Lebanese Veg Burger: What’s good in vegetarian from the Lebanese cuisine? A Lebanese Veg Burger maybe? Falafel veg burger whose main ingredients was of course Lebanese spices. The patty was topped with lettuce, tomato, aioli, hummus pickled veggies and Cheddar Cheese. Even though the patty crumbles down, thanks to plethora of sauces, the burger was good.
Caribbean Veg Burger: Brown lentil patty infused with Caribbean spices. The patty was topped with prime veggies, quinoa relish and a pinch of sunflower seeds. Pretty juicy burger, again thanks to the veggies, this one’s a decent burger as well.