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  • Tête-à-tête at Tantaba T

    We don’t need an excuse to drink tea. Nevertheless, if you do need one — it’s winter, a season that calls for endless chitchats over a soothing cup of hot tea.
  • Nawab Chatga: Four years and beyond

    It seems like yesterday when I first walked into Nawab Chatga to delight my Chittagonian palate in Dhaka. And for someone who was born and raised in Chattogram, it did not fail to do that. Can’t believe it has been four years since then! Time flies.
  • A fraternity extraordinaire

    The fraternity is old. Very old indeed -- it was formed in the 13th century in France. Today, La chaine des Rotisseurs spans across around 80 countries, with over 25000 members, united by a common love: gastronomy. And the organisation has recently chartered into Bangladesh as well. In that regard, an induction of new members took place at a gala held on 30 November, 2019 at InterContinental Dhaka.
  • Food philosophies Of Slow Food and the Mediterranean diet

    If you are a food connoisseur, you surely cherish and celebrate the immense diversity of cuisines around the world. Whether it’s Bangladesh or Italy, food is beautifully diverse and unique wherever you go, having been passed down through numerous generations and centuries.
  • The Turban Traveller

    Sixty-year-old Amarjeet Singh Chawla (a.k.a. the Turban Traveller), is on a mission to travel across the globe by car — an epic road trip dedicated to Guru Nanak, founder of Sikhism.