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For the Unending Love for Food!

In my last post, I summarised my visit to hyderabad in the best way i could. If you havent read it, do read it here ->I Heart Hyderabad! Here is a detailed post of the restaurants I visited, Hyderabad food deserves a separate post. Exclusively for the Foodies!

Hyderabad is famous for 3 things- Forts, pearls and Food!! And anyone who has visited hyderabad will agree that the food is the best among the three. The Nawabs & Nizams of Hyderabad sure wanted every aspect of their life to be royal- including their food. And here I was, In the Nawabon Ka shehar, eating like a nawabzadi :)

This is a MUST visit restaurant. I had actually heard about their Pathar ka Gosht and so made up my mind to try their food. Unfortuantely for me, they serve Pathar Ka Gosht only after 8pm. Disappointed, I ordered for a garlic murgh, Gulfaham Kabab, Chikcken Biryani and Talawa Kabab. none of the dishes disappointed but the 2 dishes stole that stole the show are- Mutton Shikampur and the desse…

I Heart Hyderabad

As I sit in front of my laptop to "Code" on a rainy Thursday morning, I can't help but recall my Hyderabad trip. I can see why the city was chosen by the nawabs to be called the Nawabon ka shehar.
This was the first time I was visiting Hyderabad and in just 3 days, I fell in love with the city. The weather, the people, the culture the cuisine- I've made them all my own. 💕

The grandiose of, be it, the Golkonda fort or the Chowmahala Palace or even the tombs for that matter, this city was well built by the royals.
The Mecca Masjid is a different level of beautiful altogether.

All said, I think the government has let them down, as such beautiful heritage sites with intricate architecture are not well maintained, especially the Charminar- the signature of Hyderabad.

And lets not forget their cuisine. To-die-For! The Hyderabadi Biryani,Gulfaham Kabab and Badami Kund ( must have 😍)  at Chichas (Servers Authentic Hyderabadi Cuisine), the Butter chicken and Peshawari Murg…


OK people, it is august giveaway time!! Though not a major one, I thought how about something to keep you people occupied while I'm working on my next blog post?! So here I am, giving away two pretty pairs of earrings!

To get these earrings absolutely free of cost, all you have to do is..
follow our instagram page ->  Grace Grub and Gyrateclick on this link->Cheers to Pondicherry .Tell us which restaurant mentioned in the post you are most likely to visit and why in the comments section below the blog post! Thats it! one lucky winner will receive these earrings!

Oh and yeah, Brownie points if you are following our blog too! :)

This contest is open for residents of India only.
The contest closes on Independence day - August 15th 2017!
Your time starts now! 💃



Cheers to Pondicherry!

Usually, when we plan a trip, I do a lot of research about the place. As in, what places to sight see and where to eat what are the experiences that we should take back as memories with us, etc. Needless to say, I did a similar thing while planning the mini bachelorette trip too.
Now, Pondicherry, as you know is famous for everything French, including the food! We had a lot of restaurants on our “to-visit” list, and only 2 days to visit them. So, on day 2 of our trip, we decided to go restaurant hopping!

1)Café des arts

Ambience: beautiful, rustic and homely
Service: a bit sloppy, lazy staff Food (What we ordered) : Banana Nutella Waffles- waffles were a disappointment, they were rubbery. Only the banana and Nutella gave flaour to the dish!
Pondy Tartines: Spicy chicken shreds with onions olives and cheese on a an extremely HARD sub of bread. Though it tasted pretty good, it was not at all edible because the sub was hard for human teeth to break through it! 

2)New Farm Fresh:


Another one dedicated to the French!