India, indeed, will continue to develop in restaurant terms – and I hope not entirely through the efforts of the top hotel chain
Kerala cooking is filled with cardamom, pepper, cashew nuts and mangoes, which seem to grow in every backyard.
Strong demand and growing supply of export quality fruit driving anticipated export volume of 500 tonnes this year
UK's top Indian restaurants have joined hands to create and fund scholarships for British youngsters to learn how to make Indian curry.
Competition from fast food chains is killing Mumbai’s iconic eateries
To really get under the skin of a new country, you need a skinful or two of the local liquor.
Hungry City: Malai Marke in the East Village
Behind every sensuously shot advertisement for mangoes lies a story that’s, well, not as glamorous as the fruit.
It reminded me of the toothless Nawab of Kakori for whom the Galouti kebabs were invented in India.
Food has been an art ever since gastronomes learnt to use spices to cook their meat and vegetables. Over the centuries, art has become integral to food production.
Typical Punjabi dishes like the 'Butter Chicken' and 'Daal Makhni' attract a large number of foodies, mostly the Tajik.
If sweet shops are looking to export on a large scale, they are going to need to ramp up production. And for that, store owners are looking to use more machinery.
AN Indian restaurant owner travelled thousands of miles to deliver a curry takeaway to the African jungle – only to be told it had not been ordered.
Only liquor made from cashew apples within Goa can be called 'feni', much like champagne, the sparkling wine made in the Champagne region of France.
Education indeed seems to be the answer that may change and convert India into a wine drinking culture.
There’s a whole other side to New York that you likely won’t find in guidebooks.
Succulent morsels of meat marinated with spices and skewer-grilled in hearths or ovens have tantalised the taste buds of food lovers for centuries.
Internet search leader Google is taking another step beyond information retrieval into grocery delivery.
The Golden Arches Theory of Conflict Prevention argues, broadly, that two countries that McDonald’s does business in, do not go to war.
A passionate involvement with food is what has made most of the royals splendid cooks as well.
Dreaming of spices described in the Book of Kings, I came to this southern port city built in the 14th century to learn about its longstanding but tiny Jewish presence and its food, which some believe dates back to the time of the Bible.
In the wake of the Europe-wide horsemeat scandal that is still under investigation, it emerged that more than a third of Scottish curry restaurants could be using cheaper meat
A leading bacteriologist has said he believes the practice of substituting lamb with cheap beef is widespread in Indian restaurants in Scotland.
The bakery has lived through some interesting times, including the two World Wars.
Taco Bell is the latest restaurant chain to acknowledge that its food has been adulterated with horse meat, yanking a variety of ground beef products from its outlets.
It is a fitting introduction to an Indian restaurant that offers good food in a stunning setting.
Revelations in last week's Observer Food Monthly have created controversy over the truth of record yields
While the eating out culture has caught on like never before in India, weary travellers are constantly on the lookout for home-cooked food, or 'ghar ka khana', that offers comfort to the body and soul.
For a country known for its love of tea, India certainly has given Starbucks coffee a warm reception.
What is also baffling the experts is that while the fish's numbers are falling in Indian waters, it is flourishing in the waters of neigbouring Bangladesh.
What do vegetarians eat in a country where refusing meat is regarded as a sign of madness? A Magazine feature published last week raised this question, and there was a huge response from readers.
The demand for various exotic cuisines and their ingredients have increased so tremendously that everything is now easily available in India across various supermarkets and departmental stores.
The pilot wanted to fly via Jodhpur as she wanted to pick up an order for famous onion kachoris that she has placed.
The next time you spend a holiday at a hotel, do not order food in bed. A new study says a bathroom is actually the most hygienic place to eat in most hotel rooms.
Do these companies have to wait for obesity to become an epidemic in India before they replicate their efforts in the western world?
Considering that almost every pub menu I've seen offers a curry dish, and the fact that there are as many as 10,000 Indian restaurants in business today, it's fair to say Indian food is quite favoured by the British palate and has been for some time now.
Erstwhile royal families have closely guarded culinary secrets of their kitchens like treasures down the ages. But the struggle to keep the estates sustainable is forcing the descendents to open up.
As early as the Greeks and Romans people have been dieting. But while it was largely about health and fitness back then, it's the Victorians who really kick started the fad diet.
Govt may approve the retailer’s proposal to run cafeterias in its stores in India
India has foiled an attempt made by a US company to claim a patent at the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) on the use of pomegranate for the treatment of ulcers.