It’s a little strange that Amalfi hasn’t found itself on any list of Delhi’s most romantic restaurants. Sure, making a mark amongst heavyweights such as Olive Bar & Kitchen, Lodi – The Garden Restaurant, and Sevilla – The Claridges is no mean feat, but within minutes of stepping onto the cobbled stone terrace of this South Delhi Restaurant, its discerning appeal was undeniable.
It’s quite fitting, I would think, that the first restaurant I visited in the New Year was one that had been the talk of the town for most of the previous year! Serving traditional Armenian cuisine right in the heart of the city, Lavaash By Saby has been garnering rave reviews ever since it opened a few months ago. To say that I was brimming over with curiosity to find out what the fuss was all about would be a gross understatement!
Clearly, I am seriously behind in my blogging updates!
The highlight for me in the month of September was our family holiday to Russia. I’ve already taken you through some of the best things about the trip in my Russia through Instagram post, but there was a bit more to the month as well!
So here’s a quick look at the month of September, flashed back through Instagram.
A young man, all of 18 years of age, decides to establish a start-up aimed at building India’s version of AirBnB. While building this company and working on this model, he travels across the country visiting and staying in over 100 bed-and-breakfast rooms. He discovers that what budget accommodation lacks in India is standardization. And an idea is born…!
August became the second month in 2015 without any travel materializing. The only consolation I had was the wee bit of travel planning I’ve been doing for my upcoming trip. My itchy feet have been acting up like no body’s business, and I can’t wait till Friday! But more on that in just a little bit!
Here’s a quick look at the past month, flashed back through Instagram.
It was Saturday, the Fourth of July. My Twitter timeline & Facebook / Instagram feeds were heavily populated with updates on fireworks and parades, summer barbeques and picnics, and all manners of patriotic festivities from across the globe. Meanwhile, I was sitting holed up in my cubicle at work, feeling increasingly restless.
It’s been 26 days since my last post; the longest I have ever gone, in my over two years of blogging, without something new coming out on LifeOnMyPlate!
Definitely not something I am proud of!
But with some disturbances and disruptions in life this past month, and some new travel planning that is turning out to be way more complicated than I had anticipated, penning down a post was the last thing on my mind. But more on that later…!
So while I head off to try and get my Blogging mojo back, here’s a quick look at the past month, flashed back through Instagram.
“The bad news is that time flies…
The good news is that you’re the pilot…!”
Just thought I’d start the latest flashback post with a little quote I read recently that resonated with me deeply.
I had been hearing rave reviews for Yum Yum Cha for months! And I had passed by the always choc-a-bloc full, open-faced restaurant in Select Citywalk Mall in Saket multiple times; the colourful décor and spicy aromas were consistently beckoning.
I have absolutely no idea why it took me so long to try it out, but now that I have, I can’t stop raving about Yum Yum Cha myself.
We’re almost at the end of April, and I still haven’t found the time for the Monthly Instagram Roundup from March! My procrastination skills never cease to amaze me…!
At the beginning of each month I tell myself that I need to get my blogging act together! And yet, in the blink of an eye, the month seems to have whizzed right on by. Pfft… Something must be done!
But before that, here’s a quick look back at the past month, flashed back through Instagram.