August  2007




Volume 1 Issue 1

Cover Story
 HM Queen Sangay
 Choden Wangchuck

 Country Issues
 Afghanistan - the

Nandalal Bose


 Famous Bazaars
 Chandni Chowk

 Delhi's finest 'world'


 Orient Express

 The Spice Route

 Bangladesh NGOs
 going global

 South Asian
 Business leaders
 in news

 Ratan Tata
 Arun Sarin

 Indra Nooyi

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 The Road to Freedom

Enduring Spirit

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Delhi’s Finest ‘World Dining’

Sashimi, lobsters, Kobe mignon, caviar and other exotic foods have gradually made inroads on the palates and pockets of Delhites. Some of Delhi’s high-end hotels have taken fine dining to new heights and some have turned their restaurants into fine art, where dining becomes both an epicurean and aesthetic delight.

The chefs of these upscale restaurants import their gourmet ingredients, as well as wines. There is an amazing variety of wine to choose from. The 1992 Chateau Petrus at the Orient Express is priced at Rs. 56,900. It is advisable to choose your wine with the help of the sommelier who has not only prepared the wine list but would have tried out many of the wines with the chef’s menu.

We bring you four of Delhi’s best restaurants serving the finest in world cuisine – at a price!




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