Dining

Bye bye to beef?

 The tenderloin burger with poached eggs served at Cafe Nemo is among the dishes that may be in jeopardy post-ban

How will popular beef dishes on the menus of these city eateries be impacted once the “beef ban” comes into effect?

Eating out gets dearer

Will 14 per cent service tax affect your eating out? illustrative purpose only

The service tax being hiked to 14 per cent is making the hospitality sector anticipate a dip in footfall and think of new measures to attract customers

The tipping point for your drinks

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You drink at a bar and then move to a table in the dining section. Your bill includes the total for your drinks and food.

‘Cointreau’versial

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The sixth generation of a family that’s been involved in the making of the iconic spirit, Alfred Cointreau shares little known anecdotes about the 165-year-old legacy he inherited

Currying Thai flavour

Sanjjanaa

Quite a novice in the kitchen, Sanjjanaa enjoys her favourite Thai steamed fish curry...

‘EAT’alian yummies

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With a salad, pasta and dessert, you can have your own three course meal

The “Budgetometer” and its elsewhere equivalent played the real hero — caught in between the ecstatic urge to give a 10-plus and the understandably unreasonable rush in search of a negative score, it

Listening to Suresh Prabhu presenting the Railway Budget, I wondered whether he was really promising to bring back the halcyon days of luxury on the rails. But no, he can’t and won’t.