Tejaswi Tej

A Stone Unturned: Rediscovering Bangalore's Heritage

Every day I travel from my home in Bangalore to Electronics City. You've no idea how exasperating it is to cross the flyover known as Silk Board Junction if you haven't experienced it yourself. But yesterday was different. I was actually excited about crossing Silk Board. The reason: I was visiting a small village called Begur alongside Hosur Road. This unremarkable place has garnered attention thanks to the excavation of a rock with early medieval inscriptions in the 1000-year-old Naganatheshwara Temple.
Ruth Dsouza Prabhu

7 Delicious New Dining Trends in Bangalore

Bangalore has a penchant for welcoming every culinary experiment with open arms - from the molecular gastronomy on offer at Caperberry, to the overnight-cooked laham mandi at the basement restaurant of Ta'aam. Food is not only for thought here, but quite literally, the only thought. Here are some exciting new trends in cooking and eating that diners can look forward to in 2015.
Ruth Dsouza Prabhu

4 Must-Try Eating And Drinking Experiences in Bangalore

As a restaurant blogger I have numerous brilliant food memories that I love to flip through in a mental slide show. The multi-course edible flowers meal, a deconstructed Italian parmigiana served as a cold orb of goodness, pork belly in ways that will only have you singing praise to porcine gods and more. While I can give you a laundry list of things to try in this city, I personally feel there are some experiences that are a must.