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The Taste With Vir: Tasting menus vs a la carte menu

If a chef can cook like Gaggan or Heston, then he or she can deny guests all choice. They won't mind. But if a chef can’t, then it’s time to dial down the ego.

I have a golden rule. If I go to a restaurant and there is an a la carte option, I will always choose it over a tasting menu. (Pexels)
Published on Nov 28, 2023 09:11 AM IST
By, Delhi

The Taste With Vir: Are restaurants too expensive?

Never forget the golden rule: Expensive is not a synonym for good. So always be suspicious of places that charge too much money.

In Japan, people are paying for the chef’s skill and experience at the best restaurants.(Pexel)
Updated on Nov 21, 2023 09:58 AM IST
By, New Delhi

The Taste With Vir: Should gastronomy become a weapon in war?

Food is about joy. It should unite not separate. And when it becomes part of a political battle, it loses its point and purpose.

Long before the current instalment of the conflict began, Arabs were protesting about the appropriation of hummus. It is sometimes treated by Israelis as though it is one of their own, almost as a national dish. (Pexels)
Updated on Nov 07, 2023 08:53 AM IST
By, Delhi

The Taste With Vir: Sri Lankan cuisine and Hoppers

I spent several days in Sri Lanka a couple of years ago trying only to eat the local cuisine and I can’t recall a single bad meal.

Almost from the day it opened, one of my favourite restaurants in London has been Hoppers. (Instagram/@hopperslondon)
Updated on Oct 17, 2023 09:11 AM IST
By, Delhi

The Taste With Vir: Hotels and the changing trends

How, over the years, the trend of hotels have changed - the article offers insights.

The Taste With Vir: Hotels and the changing trends(Unsplash)
Published on Oct 10, 2023 01:00 PM IST
By, Delhi
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