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Burger King Keen to Replicate its Indian Vegetarian Menu Globally

Burger King Keen to Replicate its Indian Vegetarian Menu Globally

Burger King Keen to Replicate its Indian Vegetarian Menu Globally

Global fast-food giant Burger King, which especially created vegetarian options in the country to suit the Indian palate, is keen to introduce them in other vegetarian-friendly markets like the United Kingdom. Burger King India introduced as many as six vegetarian snacks, sandwiches and entry-level burgers in the menu when it started in November 2014. “Looking

Bengal tourism comes out with website solely devoted to cuisine

Kolkata, June 16:Providing a sneak peek into the world of Bengali cuisine, various recipes and region wise information of food available in the state, the West Bengal tourism department has created a website to tug at the gastronomical strings of visitors. The site is a powerhouse of information on the history, cuisines, food festivals,

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Have an authentic Indian experience at Indii of Brighton

When Sabby Soodan and Prakash Mahtolia opened Indii of Clare at the Clare Valley in South Australia more than a year ago, they knew the buck would not stop there. They shared a common dream: to open a restaurant. Together with another friend and business partner Jag Khairajai in the fray, the trio has made

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Gaylord At Tattersalls Lane Stands The Test Of Time

Amid the buzzling sound, spice and smell of China Town in the heart of Melbourne, one Indian restaurant has stood the test of time faithfully and bravely serving curries in a pocket where dumplings and noodles rule the roost. But Gaylord, established in 1985, is an institution in itself as The Age rightly described standing

Chimes Rings In Good Times At Balwyn

When three long-time friends – Gaurav, Mukul and Vishal – with a rich shared history in the hospitality industry decided to get together and take over a restaurant, they were out to prove a point. Chimes Indian Restaurant, their proud possession, on the corner of Belmore Road and Balwyn Road speaks volumes about their background.

Vegetarians’ Delight At Arnold Cakes in Heidelberg

It was in the year 1952 that Swiss nationals Arnold Eugster and his wife Olga immigrated to Australia with a sweet mission. After having studied and worked in the traditional art of pastry making in their home town of Geneva, they set up shop in Heidelberg, Melbourne’s northern suburb. What they also ended up leaving


Experience The Complete Dhaba Experience At Desi Dhaba

Anyone familiar with highway travelling in India will never miss a stop by the roadside restaurants or ‘dhabas’ as they are popularly known. Set under the open air, one can relax on the charpoy, a typical Indian daybed made of a web of ropes, and, sometimes, you can even drink fresh water from a tubewell.

What Makes Aangan A Winning Restaurant

It’s a Monday evening and you expect a lull especially at restaurants. But at Aangan in Footscray, business is brisk. The place is chock-a-block with patrons. Within a few minutes of our sitting, staffs opens up the second marquee generally reserved for bigger parties. Outside more people are waiting. With its menu more eclectic than