With chefs venturing beyond the ordinary, evolving global palates, and a cosmopolitan population, Dubai has emerged as a centre for progressive Indian cuisine.
Himanshu Saini’s innovative take on Indian food has won him fans around the world. One of the hottest names in the global Indian culinary scene, Himanshu tells TravelDine about his vision to change the perception of Indian food.
Chef Himanshu Saini, Corporate Chef at Tresind Mumbai, Dubai and Kuwait, shares this special Chicken Cafreal recipe that has global influences but is Indian at heart.
The industry veteran, who has helped Azerbaijan pivot effectively in the pandemic, firmly believes that investment in technology and collaboration between nations is key for the sector to survive this difficult time.…
Dr Mitra Das and her son road-tripped across rural India and returned with some fascinating memories and discoveries. She shares her experience. Fifty-one days. 17,000 kilometres. 28 states. 6 union territories. Innumerable…
Not so long ago, the list of queries on a globetrotter’s diary would read like this: What are the prime attractions of a particular destination? Where should s/he eat? What’s the best…
Will the staging of the cricketing world’s billion-dollar
league help revive tourism in the country?
The Area Director, Middle East, and General Manager, Taj Dubai, says several innovative methods—controlling costs to setting up ‘Office with a View’ within the hotel—will be essential to achieve a turnaround in fortunes.
Air India’s repatriation flights have brought home thousands of Indians from faraway shores.