The dabbawalas' perfect business module has made it to the Harvard Business Review as a case study.
As you get ready to explore the food, you are easily distracted with the aroma wafting from the domed custom-made oven in the corner that churns out well-browned thin crust pizzas.
Fast-food chain Burger King has entered India through a joint venture with the Everstone Group, a private equity and real estate firm.
Flurys, a popular British Raj teahouse in Kolkata that still evokes nostalgia among Brits, Bongs and the old Kolkata schoolboys' club, is venturing into other cities riding on the booming mall culture.
The world's biggest champagne house, Moet Hennessy, has launched its first "made in India" sparkling wine
Two local Indian restaurants have been nominated for this year’s British Curry Awards.
Decades after society gave him employment at four rupees a month, Poojari is now giving back in ample measure to children by providing them with all kinds of educational help in his native Padukone village.
Veganism is very popular in the western world, and has caught fancy amongst Indians as well.
When vegetarian tycoons sell meat
The west would do well to learn from the McAloo's success and realise the true potential of the potato.
On Bakra Eid, you may just get to eat a piece of Bollywood heroes Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan.
Expat chefs across India on the India they love, the dishes they rave about and the people who have made them feel at home.
The story of Indian food in Britain is a complicated one full of self-loathing, fizzy lager and industrial quantities of ghee.
With the love of puns at the back of my head, I was thrilled to discover that commercial, money-making, serious entities like restaurants have a sense of humour!
Darjeeling tea, like champagne, enjoys a geographical indicator status and cannot be grown or manufactured anywhere else in the world.
Hitting the food trail in Lucknow is a pilgrimage! In this land of indulgent nawabs and haute Awadhi cuisine.
India’s growing appetite for pizzas, burgers and French fries served with a side of rapid urbanization is set to swell the size of the country’s fast-food market to double its current size by 2016.
Chaikhanas in the city’s historic quarter serve the past and present
The man who introduced tandoori to Britain and is credited with revolutionising its culinary culture fears that his legacy is threatened.
Meals by the homeless, for the homeless—eating at the Capital’s ‘thelas’, run by migrant men
I wonder how my grandmother would react if she ever stepped into one of these coffee shops. Chances are she will mistake macchiato for a Punjabi cuss word and continue to beat the person behind the counter till their ass resembles a blueberry muffin.
Popcorn, that eternal movie-time munchy, has become a sizzling business in India, as much of a slowdown-buster as movies are.
President Barack Obama and wife Michelle chose Rasika, an Indian restaurant owned by a New Delhi born restaurateur to celebrate the President's birthday.
Where American Chinese food tends to the sweet and vapid, with all the interesting bits buffed out, Indian Chinese is hotter and more motley, playing up the cuisines’ differences rather than seeking common ground.
A farmer in the northern Indian state of Bihar is using magic shows to promote organic farming
Starbucks wants a taste of the Greek yogurt craze.
An Indian restaurant in Ely faces fines of up to £20,000 after immigration offenders were found working there.
Mumbai boasts of a growing number of companies that deliver everything from a bag of chips to chili chicken late into the night.
Alphonso, the king of fruits, has not pinched your pocket this year but Kinnauri apple from Himachal Pradesh sure will.
Five Indian-American children are among 54 winners of a nationwide recipe challenge to promote healthy lunches as part of the First Lady's Let's Move! Initiative invited to a "State Dinner" at White House Tuesday.
Education indeed seems to be the answer that may change and convert India into a wine drinking culture.
HKV provides Delhi’s socialites and chatterati with what they need most: Obnoxious status display masked as anti-establishment virtue.
EMBARK on a culinary adventure across India, and savour its myriad delights. Leave your passports at home because all you need is an empty stomach.
Keeping in mind the number of vegetarians, chocolate and confectionery maker Mars International today launched chocolate brand Snickers in an eggless variant.
A little village in Bihar has zero cases of dowry deaths and female infanticide. Why? Because of mango trees
Two former investment bankers are convinced that the dosa has what it takes to help Indian cuisine enter the big league in the West.
The large Gujarati and South Asian community settled on the US East Coast will soon be able to savour 'The Taste of India.'
Be it desserts, beverages or kebabs, mango rules the platter this summer in Kolkata.
Don't be surprised if next time a drone instead of a delivery boy brings a hot, delicious pizza to your doorstep.
Many consumers of smokeless tobacco in the city appear to have switched to what their grandparents used to chew.