Dark Chocolate Stoned Icecream and Cookie Crunch Milkshake from Hokey Pokey.
First off, I might have gotten the names wrong. Secondly, the milkshake was good. Not as cold as I would have liked it, but good enough.
Then the icecream, so pretty and so tasty! Stoned icecream is the new thing in the market and this store is doing it right! That little waffle flower is also adds to the charm of the icecream cup.
A tad bit pricey but you can come here on the days you want to splurge.
Jalapeno Corn Balls from Pair a Dice Cafe.
This is a new hangout place for people who love board games and fast food. The interior is homely and cozy with more than fifty games to choose from. They charge extra if you play btw, according to the duration you played for.
This was a perfect appetiser to begin with! Cheesy, hot and the white minty sauce was quite good too. I approve!
The Non Veg Kebab Platter from Off The Grid.
This platter for ₹600 boasted of assorted mutton, chicken, prawns and potato starters. There were six to seven different kebabs with green chutney, salad and rice papad. Completely worth it as there were 4-5 kebabs of every kind. Also, this dish gave an overall taste of the restaurant as it had a little bit of everything. We were so confused with the starters that we ordered this. And that is how we got the best of everything!
Melting Sandwich from FoodBox, Bombay Central.
The newest trend to emerge among sandwich makers is the melting sandwich which is basically loads and loads of cheese. This is one hell of an appetiser that you have to try if you love cheesy, fast food. Personally, this one could've been slightly better but melting sandwich of any kind is always amazing.
|| GELATIN GUMMIMES || So these are basically glorified Jello squares, but they’re so fun and they make eating gelatin on a regular basis so easy! They’re also SUPES EAZY to make. Which i likey 😎 When consumed regularly, gelatin can improve gut digestion and health, and relieve joint pain, among a host of other things!
Directions: heat 1 C juice of your choice (I used blueberry pomegranate), in a small sauce pan over low heat, stirring gently. Just as it starts simmering around the edges, remove from heat, and add 1tbsp grassfed gelatin (I used @greatlakesgelatin) and 1tbsp sweetener (I used raw honey). Once the gelatin and the sweetener are dissolved, pour the mixture into a small rectangular/square dish and cover it with foil/cling wrap/whatever. Let it cool in the fridge until the gelatin becomes hard, and then using a sharp knife, cut the gelatin into whatever shape you want! Boom, done!