Columnist-Vir-Sanghvi
Columnist-Vir-Sanghvi

Rude food: the big bite

The hamburger is such a global craze at the moment that it is only a matter of time before somebody opens a great burger place in India.
Hindustan Times | By Vir Sanghvi
UPDATED ON JUL 27, 2013 05:33 PM IST
I don’t know where you are or what you are doing as you read this. But I can tell you where I am and what I am doing. I write this in the transit lounge of an Asian airport, waiting for a connection. Like nearly everybody else, I have a snack in front of me. And, in common with most other people in the lounge, I am staring at a hamburger. Earlier, I queued up at a McDonald’s outlet and bought myself a Big Mac.
Touch of gras: In London, Gordon Ramsay did his own variation on the same sort of foie gras-rich burger at the Boxwood Café
Touch of gras: In London, Gordon Ramsay did his own variation on the same sort of foie gras-rich burger at the Boxwood Café
For the taste of it: In London, quality mini-chains like Gourmet Burger Kitchen (above) and Byron have become a craz)
For the taste of it: In London, quality mini-chains like Gourmet Burger Kitchen (above) and Byron have become a craz)
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