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'They are the dogs of the bird kingdom'.
"Bhay (fear) ka kya kar sakte hain?"
French composer Igorr's protege is a chicken named Patrick that pecks away at a little piano, creating a fine fowl rhapsody. "The musical timing from Patrick's emotionally charged pecking sonata has n...
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There’s much to be said for the joys of chomping away at a toothsome tandoori chicken leg or digging into an unctuous curry made by mom. But let’s face it: As much as we’ll always love them, these usu...
Honestly speaking, I'm not surprised that international food chain Nando's has gotten into a bit of a sticky situation with their advertisements. Not only is the latest print ad (of "we don't mind if you touch our breasts, our buns, or even our thighs" fame) sexist, it is really, really tasteless. Much like the bird the eatery serves. But then again, I don't really expect all that much from a chain that has a charred piece of poultry as a mascot!
The Fatty Bao may be the newbie on the block, it may be relatively smaller, but, like they say, good things come in small packages. And this little dynamo of delish certainly packs a punch.
Only last month, Mumbai's plush JW Marriott hotel in Juhu played host to a one-of-a-kind pop-up pleasure. Until now, most pop-ups in India have been with restaurants from other parts of the country coming to visit. But this time, here was a true-blue two-Michelin star chef cooking up a culinary storm in the city!