Food enthusiasts of Delhi
You can’t talk about Delhi without talking about its food, which is as famous and diverse as the city’s culture. This blog is a tribute to that; it’s a place where the food democracy of Delhi comes alive.india Updated: May 10, 2013 00:52 IST
You can’t talk about Delhi without talking about its food, which is as famous and diverse as the city’s culture. This blog is a tribute to that; it’s a place where the food democracy of Delhi comes alive.
Food Enthusiasts of Delhi (FED) is a blog for food lovers, and by the food lovers of Delhi. Started by Shashank Aggarwal back in 2009 to explore the food scene in Delhi, FED has become popular among many who share their experiences about various famous as well as lesser known food destinations in the city.
What makes this blog interesting is the interaction and response it has got from its readers. They have come together as a group united by their love of food to share their unique perspectives and tastes. This is the reason why posts here are so varied.
Apart from posts about regular food walks, some talk about the experience of going back to much-loved local eateries such as Marwari Tadka and Chache Di Hatti, while others discuss the ambience of fancier places such as The Mozart Cafe.
Whether it’s a Japanese breakfast at Baywatch or a Mexican munch at Chili’s or Malabari meal at Anna’s Hotel, FED proves an interesting and appetising read. “Delhi is where I was born and brought up. I started writing because I wanted to share information about various food hotspots in the city. (I am) basically a proud Dilliwala showing off his city with his meagre skills,” says the author-editor of the blog, Shashank Aggarwal.