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'Bao' down to these pillow-y soft Korean Baos from @thecafebyfoodhall. Filled with Crispy Korean Chicken or Tofu, Sweet Gochujang Paste, and topped with Scallions and Sesame Seeds - these buns are all you will be #dreaming about! Go on, check out @thecafebyfoodhall’s limited-time Korean menu #today, or order in via @zomato. #Cafe #Korean #Bao #Gochujang #Limited #Menu #Order #Crispy

'Bao' down to these pillow-y soft Korean Baos from @thecafebyfoodhall. Filled with Crispy Korean Chicken or Tofu, Sweet Gochujang Paste, and topped with Scallions and Sesame Seeds - these buns are all you will be #dreaming about! Go on, check out @thecafebyfoodhall’s limited-time Korean menu #today, or order in via @zomato. #Cafe #Korean #Bao #Gochujang #Limited #Menu #Order #Crispy

'Bao' down to these pillow-y soft Korean Baos from @thecafebyfoodhall. Filled with Crispy Korean Chicken or Tofu, Sweet Gochujang Paste, and topped with Scallions and Sesame Seeds - these buns are all you will be #dreaming about! Go on, check out @thecafebyfoodhall’s limited-time Korean menu #today, or order in via @zomato. #Cafe #Korean #Bao #Gochujang #Limited #Menu #Order #Crispy

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Smashed #potatoes are making their way through! So here we are jumping on the bandwagon and sharing our #recipe of this super quick appetizer - just boil, #smash and bake. What you need: • Small-to-medium Potatoes - 1 kg • Sea salt, divided - 1 tbsp plus 1/4 tsp, divided • Olive oil - 4 tbsp, divided • Garlic powder - 1/4 tsp • Onion powder - 1/4 tsp • Freshly ground black pepper, to taste • Fresh parsley, chives and/or green onion - 2 tbsp, chopped Method: 1. Place the potatoes in a pot and add the ¼ tsp salt, and cover with water. Cook the potatoes in for 10-12 minutes until the potatoes have just started to soften 2. While the potatoes #cook, preheat the oven to 200 degrees Celsius and drizzle 1 tablespoon of the olive oil over a large baking sheet 3. When the potatoes are done, drain them and let them cool for about 5 minutes 4. Evenly distribute the potatoes over the prepared baking sheet, and use the back of a glass and gently smash each potato - Pro tip: thinner potatoes are more crispy 5. Drizzle the remaining olive oil over the smashed potatoes. Sprinkle the garlic powder, onion powder and remaining ¼ teaspoon salt and pepper over the potatoes 6. #Bake until the potatoes are nice and golden on the edges, about 25 to 30 minutes. Sprinkle them with chopped fresh #herbs, and serve hot *Smashed potato topping suggestion: Add a dusting of #cheese after baking, such as grated #Parmesan or crumbled feta Made this? Let us know in the comments below.

Smashed #potatoes are making their way through! So here we are jumping on the bandwagon and sharing our #recipe of this super quick appetizer - just boil, #smash and bake. What you need: • Small-to-medium Potatoes - 1 kg • Sea salt, divided - 1 tbsp plus 1/4 tsp, divided • Olive oil - 4 tbsp, divided • Garlic powder - 1/4 tsp • Onion powder - 1/4 tsp • Freshly ground black pepper, to taste • Fresh parsley, chives and/or green onion - 2 tbsp, chopped Method: 1. Place the potatoes in a pot and add the ¼ tsp salt, and cover with water. Cook the potatoes in for 10-12 minutes until the potatoes have just started to soften 2. While the potatoes #cook, preheat the oven to 200 degrees Celsius and drizzle 1 tablespoon of the olive oil over a large baking sheet 3. When the potatoes are done, drain them and let them cool for about 5 minutes 4. Evenly distribute the potatoes over the prepared baking sheet, and use the back of a glass and gently smash each potato - Pro tip: thinner potatoes are more crispy 5. Drizzle the remaining olive oil over the smashed potatoes. Sprinkle the garlic powder, onion powder and remaining ¼ teaspoon salt and pepper over the potatoes 6. #Bake until the potatoes are nice and golden on the edges, about 25 to 30 minutes. Sprinkle them with chopped fresh #herbs, and serve hot *Smashed potato topping suggestion: Add a dusting of #cheese after baking, such as grated #Parmesan or crumbled feta Made this? Let us know in the comments below.

Smashed #potatoes are making their way through! So here we are jumping on the bandwagon and sharing our #recipe of this super quick appetizer - just boil, #smash and bake. What you need: • Small-to-medium Potatoes - 1 kg • Sea salt, divided - 1 tbsp plus 1/4 tsp, divided • Olive oil - 4 tbsp, divided • Garlic powder - 1/4 tsp • Onion powder - 1/4 tsp • Freshly ground black pepper, to taste • Fresh parsley, chives and/or green onion - 2 tbsp, chopped Method: 1. Place the potatoes in a pot and add the ¼ tsp salt, and cover with water. Cook the potatoes in for 10-12 minutes until the potatoes have just started to soften 2. While the potatoes #cook, preheat the oven to 200 degrees Celsius and drizzle 1 tablespoon of the olive oil over a large baking sheet 3. When the potatoes are done, drain them and let them cool for about 5 minutes 4. Evenly distribute the potatoes over the prepared baking sheet, and use the back of a glass and gently smash each potato - Pro tip: thinner potatoes are more crispy 5. Drizzle the remaining olive oil over the smashed potatoes. Sprinkle the garlic powder, onion powder and remaining ¼ teaspoon salt and pepper over the potatoes 6. #Bake until the potatoes are nice and golden on the edges, about 25 to 30 minutes. Sprinkle them with chopped fresh #herbs, and serve hot *Smashed potato topping suggestion: Add a dusting of #cheese after baking, such as grated #Parmesan or crumbled feta Made this? Let us know in the comments below.

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If you’re looking for a quick fix to beat the Sunday Snooze, dumplings are a surprisingly easy treat. This week, for #FoodhallTestKitchen, we tried our dumplings three ways. Same wrap. Same filling. Different method. Here’s what went down: Steamed: The traditional dumpling, place your dumplings in a steamer and cook for a few minutes until the outer layer starts looking a bit translucent. If you don’t have a steamer, you can also place a netted plate over a pot of boiling water and cover it with a close Pan-Fried: In a non-stick pan, add 2 tbsp of oil and place the dumplings on the pan. Cook for a few minutes and then add a few tbsp of water. Cover the pan and then let the dumplings continue cooking in the steam, once the dumplings are crispy and golden, take them out and enjoy with your favourite chilli sauce Fried: In a wok, add a generous amount of cooking oil and heat until a small piece of dough rises to the top when placed in the wok. Then, making sure that your dumplings are properly sealed, place the dumplings gently in the oil and cook until they are golden brown all over. Take them out of the oil and place on a kitchen towel to drain the excess oil and serve with your favourite dressing. And since it’s Sunday, skip the laborious task of making your own dumplings and simply pick up a packet of frozen dumplings from a Foodhall near you or choose our Dumpling and Satay Meal Kit if you’re looking to toss up a fuller meal in under 30 min. Call us on 8095031111 to know more.

If you’re looking for a quick fix to beat the Sunday Snooze, dumplings are a surprisingly easy treat. This week, for #FoodhallTestKitchen, we tried our dumplings three ways. Same wrap. Same filling. Different method. Here’s what went down: Steamed: The traditional dumpling, place your dumplings in a steamer and cook for a few minutes until the outer layer starts looking a bit translucent. If you don’t have a steamer, you can also place a netted plate over a pot of boiling water and cover it with a close Pan-Fried: In a non-stick pan, add 2 tbsp of oil and place the dumplings on the pan. Cook for a few minutes and then add a few tbsp of water. Cover the pan and then let the dumplings continue cooking in the steam, once the dumplings are crispy and golden, take them out and enjoy with your favourite chilli sauce Fried: In a wok, add a generous amount of cooking oil and heat until a small piece of dough rises to the top when placed in the wok. Then, making sure that your dumplings are properly sealed, place the dumplings gently in the oil and cook until they are golden brown all over. Take them out of the oil and place on a kitchen towel to drain the excess oil and serve with your favourite dressing. And since it’s Sunday, skip the laborious task of making your own dumplings and simply pick up a packet of frozen dumplings from a Foodhall near you or choose our Dumpling and Satay Meal Kit if you’re looking to toss up a fuller meal in under 30 min. Call us on 8095031111 to know more.

If you’re looking for a quick fix to beat the Sunday Snooze, dumplings are a surprisingly easy treat. This week, for #FoodhallTestKitchen, we tried our dumplings three ways. Same wrap. Same filling. Different method. Here’s what went down: Steamed: The traditional dumpling, place your dumplings in a steamer and cook for a few minutes until the outer layer starts looking a bit translucent. If you don’t have a steamer, you can also place a netted plate over a pot of boiling water and cover it with a close Pan-Fried: In a non-stick pan, add 2 tbsp of oil and place the dumplings on the pan. Cook for a few minutes and then add a few tbsp of water. Cover the pan and then let the dumplings continue cooking in the steam, once the dumplings are crispy and golden, take them out and enjoy with your favourite chilli sauce Fried: In a wok, add a generous amount of cooking oil and heat until a small piece of dough rises to the top when placed in the wok. Then, making sure that your dumplings are properly sealed, place the dumplings gently in the oil and cook until they are golden brown all over. Take them out of the oil and place on a kitchen towel to drain the excess oil and serve with your favourite dressing. And since it’s Sunday, skip the laborious task of making your own dumplings and simply pick up a packet of frozen dumplings from a Foodhall near you or choose our Dumpling and Satay Meal Kit if you’re looking to toss up a fuller meal in under 30 min. Call us on 8095031111 to know more.

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If you’re looking for a quick fix to beat the Sunday Snooze, dumplings are a surprisingly easy treat. This week, for #FoodhallTestKitchen, we tried our dumplings three ways. Same wrap. Same filling. Different method. Here’s what went down: Steamed: The traditional dumpling, place your dumplings in a steamer and cook for a few minutes until the outer layer starts looking a bit translucent. If you don’t have a steamer, you can also place a netted plate over a pot of boiling water and cover it with a close Pan-Fried: In a non-stick pan, add 2 tbsp of oil and place the dumplings on the pan. Cook for a few minutes and then add a few tbsp of water. Cover the pan and then let the dumplings continue cooking in the steam, once the dumplings are crispy and golden, take them out and enjoy with your favourite chilli sauce Fried: In a wok, add a generous amount of cooking oil and heat until a small piece of dough rises to the top when placed in the wok. Then, making sure that your dumplings are properly sealed, place the dumplings gently in the oil and cook until they are golden brown all over. Take them out of the oil and place on a kitchen towel to drain the excess oil and serve with your favourite dressing. And since it’s Sunday, skip the laborious task of making your own dumplings and simply pick up a packet of frozen dumplings from a Foodhall near you or choose our Dumpling and Satay Meal Kit if you’re looking to toss up a fuller meal in under 30 min. Call us on 8095031111 to know more.

If you’re looking for a quick fix to beat the Sunday Snooze, dumplings are a surprisingly easy treat. This week, for #FoodhallTestKitchen, we tried our dumplings three ways. Same wrap. Same filling. Different method. Here’s what went down: Steamed: The traditional dumpling, place your dumplings in a steamer and cook for a few minutes until the outer layer starts looking a bit translucent. If you don’t have a steamer, you can also place a netted plate over a pot of boiling water and cover it with a close Pan-Fried: In a non-stick pan, add 2 tbsp of oil and place the dumplings on the pan. Cook for a few minutes and then add a few tbsp of water. Cover the pan and then let the dumplings continue cooking in the steam, once the dumplings are crispy and golden, take them out and enjoy with your favourite chilli sauce Fried: In a wok, add a generous amount of cooking oil and heat until a small piece of dough rises to the top when placed in the wok. Then, making sure that your dumplings are properly sealed, place the dumplings gently in the oil and cook until they are golden brown all over. Take them out of the oil and place on a kitchen towel to drain the excess oil and serve with your favourite dressing. And since it’s Sunday, skip the laborious task of making your own dumplings and simply pick up a packet of frozen dumplings from a Foodhall near you or choose our Dumpling and Satay Meal Kit if you’re looking to toss up a fuller meal in under 30 min. Call us on 8095031111 to know more.

If you’re looking for a quick fix to beat the Sunday Snooze, dumplings are a surprisingly easy treat. This week, for #FoodhallTestKitchen, we tried our dumplings three ways. Same wrap. Same filling. Different method. Here’s what went down: Steamed: The traditional dumpling, place your dumplings in a steamer and cook for a few minutes until the outer layer starts looking a bit translucent. If you don’t have a steamer, you can also place a netted plate over a pot of boiling water and cover it with a close Pan-Fried: In a non-stick pan, add 2 tbsp of oil and place the dumplings on the pan. Cook for a few minutes and then add a few tbsp of water. Cover the pan and then let the dumplings continue cooking in the steam, once the dumplings are crispy and golden, take them out and enjoy with your favourite chilli sauce Fried: In a wok, add a generous amount of cooking oil and heat until a small piece of dough rises to the top when placed in the wok. Then, making sure that your dumplings are properly sealed, place the dumplings gently in the oil and cook until they are golden brown all over. Take them out of the oil and place on a kitchen towel to drain the excess oil and serve with your favourite dressing. And since it’s Sunday, skip the laborious task of making your own dumplings and simply pick up a packet of frozen dumplings from a Foodhall near you or choose our Dumpling and Satay Meal Kit if you’re looking to toss up a fuller meal in under 30 min. Call us on 8095031111 to know more.

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Rolling into the #weekend with our colourful #Vietnamese Rolls and crispy Chinese Spring Rolls at The Café by Foodhall. Take a seat or grab a #treat from our limited-edition Asian menu: • Sukhumvit Bhel • Korean Baos • Wok Fried Shanghai Noodles • Miso Spaghetti with Broccolini • Edamame Green Curry Fried Rice Visit any of our cafes to experience the taste of #Asia or order in via @swiggyindia or @zomatoin

Rolling into the #weekend with our colourful #Vietnamese Rolls and crispy Chinese Spring Rolls at The Café by Foodhall. Take a seat or grab a #treat from our limited-edition Asian menu: • Sukhumvit Bhel • Korean Baos • Wok Fried Shanghai Noodles • Miso Spaghetti with Broccolini • Edamame Green Curry Fried Rice Visit any of our cafes to experience the taste of #Asia or order in via @swiggyindia or @zomatoin

Rolling into the #weekend with our colourful #Vietnamese Rolls and crispy Chinese Spring Rolls at The Café by Foodhall. Take a seat or grab a #treat from our limited-edition Asian menu: • Sukhumvit Bhel • Korean Baos • Wok Fried Shanghai Noodles • Miso Spaghetti with Broccolini • Edamame Green Curry Fried Rice Visit any of our cafes to experience the taste of #Asia or order in via @swiggyindia or @zomatoin

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Rolling into the #weekend with our colourful #Vietnamese Rolls and crispy Chinese Spring Rolls at The Café by Foodhall. Take a seat or grab a #treat from our limited-edition Asian menu: • Sukhumvit Bhel • Korean Baos • Wok Fried Shanghai Noodles • Miso Spaghetti with Broccolini • Edamame Green Curry Fried Rice Visit any of our cafes to experience the taste of #Asia or order in via @swiggyindia or @zomatoin

Rolling into the #weekend with our colourful #Vietnamese Rolls and crispy Chinese Spring Rolls at The Café by Foodhall. Take a seat or grab a #treat from our limited-edition Asian menu: • Sukhumvit Bhel • Korean Baos • Wok Fried Shanghai Noodles • Miso Spaghetti with Broccolini • Edamame Green Curry Fried Rice Visit any of our cafes to experience the taste of #Asia or order in via @swiggyindia or @zomatoin

Rolling into the #weekend with our colourful #Vietnamese Rolls and crispy Chinese Spring Rolls at The Café by Foodhall. Take a seat or grab a #treat from our limited-edition Asian menu: • Sukhumvit Bhel • Korean Baos • Wok Fried Shanghai Noodles • Miso Spaghetti with Broccolini • Edamame Green Curry Fried Rice Visit any of our cafes to experience the taste of #Asia or order in via @swiggyindia or @zomatoin

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Did you think that the humble #drumstick is only good for spicy sambhars? @sorrentinabyfoodhall’s Executive Chef @aabhas.mehrotra challenges that notion with his recipe for an unexpected #snack - Crispy Moringa. What you need: • Moringa or #Drumsticks, peeled and cut into 2” long pieces - 100g • Rice Flour - 20g • Gram Flour or Besan - 20g • Semolina - 20g • Seasoning of your choice (Chaat masala, Cajun Spice, Sorrentina Spice Mix) - 5g • Salt - 5g • Oil - 200ml, for frying Method: 1. Boil the #moringa in salted water for 9 minutes, or until just cooked and tender. Drain and pat dry using a kitchen towel 2. Combine the rice flour, gram flour, semolina, salt and seasoning in a bowl, and add just enough cold water to make a thick batter 3. Heat up the oil, and dip the moringa pieces in the batter and deep fry for about 2 minutes until golden brown and crisp 4. Drain on paper towels and enjoy when #hot!

Did you think that the humble #drumstick is only good for spicy sambhars? @sorrentinabyfoodhall’s Executive Chef @aabhas.mehrotra challenges that notion with his recipe for an unexpected #snack - Crispy Moringa. What you need: • Moringa or #Drumsticks, peeled and cut into 2” long pieces - 100g • Rice Flour - 20g • Gram Flour or Besan - 20g • Semolina - 20g • Seasoning of your choice (Chaat masala, Cajun Spice, Sorrentina Spice Mix) - 5g • Salt - 5g • Oil - 200ml, for frying Method: 1. Boil the #moringa in salted water for 9 minutes, or until just cooked and tender. Drain and pat dry using a kitchen towel 2. Combine the rice flour, gram flour, semolina, salt and seasoning in a bowl, and add just enough cold water to make a thick batter 3. Heat up the oil, and dip the moringa pieces in the batter and deep fry for about 2 minutes until golden brown and crisp 4. Drain on paper towels and enjoy when #hot!

Did you think that the humble #drumstick is only good for spicy sambhars? @sorrentinabyfoodhall’s Executive Chef @aabhas.mehrotra challenges that notion with his recipe for an unexpected #snack - Crispy Moringa. What you need: • Moringa or #Drumsticks, peeled and cut into 2” long pieces - 100g • Rice Flour - 20g • Gram Flour or Besan - 20g • Semolina - 20g • Seasoning of your choice (Chaat masala, Cajun Spice, Sorrentina Spice Mix) - 5g • Salt - 5g • Oil - 200ml, for frying Method: 1. Boil the #moringa in salted water for 9 minutes, or until just cooked and tender. Drain and pat dry using a kitchen towel 2. Combine the rice flour, gram flour, semolina, salt and seasoning in a bowl, and add just enough cold water to make a thick batter 3. Heat up the oil, and dip the moringa pieces in the batter and deep fry for about 2 minutes until golden brown and crisp 4. Drain on paper towels and enjoy when #hot!

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Do you ever wonder what #culinary wizards snack on in their downtime? Well, we found out that our Head Chef at Café by Foodhall, @supreetghai likes to keep it simple and make the best of leftovers with his go-to #snack - Crispy Quinoa and Black Bean Patties. Here’s how you can make them: What you’ll need: · Boiled quinoa – 1 cup · Onion – 1, chopped · Garlic – 2 cloves, chopped · Black beans – ¼ cup · Carrot – ½, chopped · Zucchini – ½, chopped · Egg -1 · GF Bread crumbs – 3.5 tbsp · Parsley – 1 tbps, chopped · Fajita spice – ½ tbsp. · Olive oil – 3 tbsps · Salt & pepper – as per taste Method: 1. Take boiled #quinoa in a bowl, add chopped onions, carrot and zucchini 2. Add black beans, chopped parsley, #fajita spice and mixed it well 3. Season it with salt & pepper 4. Add #glutenfree bread crumbs or replace with 1 whole egg 5. Make small patties. Ensure the mixture is moist, not dry 6. Heat oil in a skillet and pan sea the patties nicely until you get golden brown colour on both sides Serve with hot sauce, mayo, ketchup for a simple and satiating snack!

Do you ever wonder what #culinary wizards snack on in their downtime? Well, we found out that our Head Chef at Café by Foodhall, @supreetghai likes to keep it simple and make the best of leftovers with his go-to #snack - Crispy Quinoa and Black Bean Patties. Here’s how you can make them: What you’ll need: · Boiled quinoa – 1 cup · Onion – 1, chopped · Garlic – 2 cloves, chopped · Black beans – ¼ cup · Carrot – ½, chopped · Zucchini – ½, chopped · Egg -1 · GF Bread crumbs – 3.5 tbsp · Parsley – 1 tbps, chopped · Fajita spice – ½ tbsp. · Olive oil – 3 tbsps · Salt & pepper – as per taste Method: 1. Take boiled #quinoa in a bowl, add chopped onions, carrot and zucchini 2. Add black beans, chopped parsley, #fajita spice and mixed it well 3. Season it with salt & pepper 4. Add #glutenfree bread crumbs or replace with 1 whole egg 5. Make small patties. Ensure the mixture is moist, not dry 6. Heat oil in a skillet and pan sea the patties nicely until you get golden brown colour on both sides Serve with hot sauce, mayo, ketchup for a simple and satiating snack!

Do you ever wonder what #culinary wizards snack on in their downtime? Well, we found out that our Head Chef at Café by Foodhall, @supreetghai likes to keep it simple and make the best of leftovers with his go-to #snack - Crispy Quinoa and Black Bean Patties. Here’s how you can make them: What you’ll need: · Boiled quinoa – 1 cup · Onion – 1, chopped · Garlic – 2 cloves, chopped · Black beans – ¼ cup · Carrot – ½, chopped · Zucchini – ½, chopped · Egg -1 · GF Bread crumbs – 3.5 tbsp · Parsley – 1 tbps, chopped · Fajita spice – ½ tbsp. · Olive oil – 3 tbsps · Salt & pepper – as per taste Method: 1. Take boiled #quinoa in a bowl, add chopped onions, carrot and zucchini 2. Add black beans, chopped parsley, #fajita spice and mixed it well 3. Season it with salt & pepper 4. Add #glutenfree bread crumbs or replace with 1 whole egg 5. Make small patties. Ensure the mixture is moist, not dry 6. Heat oil in a skillet and pan sea the patties nicely until you get golden brown colour on both sides Serve with hot sauce, mayo, ketchup for a simple and satiating snack!

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Did someone say breakfast? Set a steadying start to your day with our Breakfast Combo at The Café by Foodhall x Koinonia Coffee Roasters Available only through Feb, our exclusive offering features your favourite Korean brekky specials, paired with Koinonia’s speciality brews at irresistible prices! Think Bao buns stuffed with Korean Fried Chicken (#KFC), crispy #tacos heaped with spiced, sweet potatoes and more! #ForTheLoveofBreakfast, see you at The Café by Foodhall at Foodhall@Linkingroad, @VAMA, @Palladium. #FoodhallIndia #BreakfastTime #KCRoasters #ButFirstCoffee #KoreanBreakfast ☕️📷: Koinonia Coffee Roasters

Did someone say breakfast? Set a steadying start to your day with our Breakfast Combo at The Café by Foodhall x Koinonia Coffee Roasters Available only through Feb, our exclusive offering features your favourite Korean brekky specials, paired with Koinonia’s speciality brews at irresistible prices! Think Bao buns stuffed with Korean Fried Chicken (#KFC), crispy #tacos heaped with spiced, sweet potatoes and more! #ForTheLoveofBreakfast, see you at The Café by Foodhall at Foodhall@Linkingroad, @VAMA, @Palladium. #FoodhallIndia #BreakfastTime #KCRoasters #ButFirstCoffee #KoreanBreakfast ☕️📷: Koinonia Coffee Roasters

Did someone say breakfast? Set a steadying start to your day with our Breakfast Combo at The Café by Foodhall x Koinonia Coffee Roasters Available only through Feb, our exclusive offering features your favourite Korean brekky specials, paired with Koinonia’s speciality brews at irresistible prices! Think Bao buns stuffed with Korean Fried Chicken (#KFC), crispy #tacos heaped with spiced, sweet potatoes and more! #ForTheLoveofBreakfast, see you at The Café by Foodhall at Foodhall@Linkingroad, @VAMA, @Palladium. #FoodhallIndia #BreakfastTime #KCRoasters #ButFirstCoffee #KoreanBreakfast ☕️📷: Koinonia Coffee Roasters

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Looking to sweeten your #breakfast bowl with a crunch of #health? Add a pop to your morning cereal pot with crispy wholegrain pads from Win2 Magic. Embedded with iconic pastry fillings and punchy flavors, these treats are textured for a breakfast that’s better for you! Vegans can add a splash of pistachio, oat, or macadamia nut mylks, not to mention a scoop of our house-made #nutbutters for an added nutrient boost to kickstart the day! #ForTheLoveofCereal #FoodhallIndia #Win2MagicCrunch #BetterForYou #FortifiedTreats #TasteofHealth #HealthyBreakfast #HealthyLiving #http://tastysingapore.id #SGFoodMakers

Looking to sweeten your #breakfast bowl with a crunch of #health? Add a pop to your morning cereal pot with crispy wholegrain pads from Win2 Magic. Embedded with iconic pastry fillings and punchy flavors, these treats are textured for a breakfast that’s better for you! Vegans can add a splash of pistachio, oat, or macadamia nut mylks, not to mention a scoop of our house-made #nutbutters for an added nutrient boost to kickstart the day! #ForTheLoveofCereal #FoodhallIndia #Win2MagicCrunch #BetterForYou #FortifiedTreats #TasteofHealth #HealthyBreakfast #HealthyLiving #http://tastysingapore.id #SGFoodMakers

Looking to sweeten your #breakfast bowl with a crunch of #health? Add a pop to your morning cereal pot with crispy wholegrain pads from Win2 Magic. Embedded with iconic pastry fillings and punchy flavors, these treats are textured for a breakfast that’s better for you! Vegans can add a splash of pistachio, oat, or macadamia nut mylks, not to mention a scoop of our house-made #nutbutters for an added nutrient boost to kickstart the day! #ForTheLoveofCereal #FoodhallIndia #Win2MagicCrunch #BetterForYou #FortifiedTreats #TasteofHealth #HealthyBreakfast #HealthyLiving #http://tastysingapore.id #SGFoodMakers

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Looking to sweeten your #breakfast bowl with a crunch of #health? Add a pop to your morning cereal pot with crispy wholegrain pads from Win2 Magic. Embedded with iconic pastry fillings and punchy flavors, these treats are textured for a breakfast that’s better for you! Vegans can add a splash of pistachio, oat, or macadamia nut mylks, not to mention a scoop of our house-made #nutbutters for an added nutrient boost to kickstart the day! #ForTheLoveofCereal #FoodhallIndia #Win2MagicCrunch #BetterForYou #FortifiedTreats #TasteofHealth #HealthyBreakfast #HealthyLiving #http://tastysingapore.id #SGFoodMakers http://tastysingapore.id/

Looking to sweeten your #breakfast bowl with a crunch of #health? Add a pop to your morning cereal pot with crispy wholegrain pads from Win2 Magic. Embedded with iconic pastry fillings and punchy flavors, these treats are textured for a breakfast that’s better for you! Vegans can add a splash of pistachio, oat, or macadamia nut mylks, not to mention a scoop of our house-made #nutbutters for an added nutrient boost to kickstart the day! #ForTheLoveofCereal #FoodhallIndia #Win2MagicCrunch #BetterForYou #FortifiedTreats #TasteofHealth #HealthyBreakfast #HealthyLiving #http://tastysingapore.id #SGFoodMakers http://tastysingapore.id/

Looking to sweeten your #breakfast bowl with a crunch of #health? Add a pop to your morning cereal pot with crispy wholegrain pads from Win2 Magic. Embedded with iconic pastry fillings and punchy flavors, these treats are textured for a breakfast that’s better for you! Vegans can add a splash of pistachio, oat, or macadamia nut mylks, not to mention a scoop of our house-made #nutbutters for an added nutrient boost to kickstart the day! #ForTheLoveofCereal #FoodhallIndia #Win2MagicCrunch #BetterForYou #FortifiedTreats #TasteofHealth #HealthyBreakfast #HealthyLiving #http://tastysingapore.id #SGFoodMakers http://tastysingapore.id/

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With Christmas just around the corner, #TasteofAmerica is shining a spotlight on classic American dishes to add a delicious lift to the holiday season! Draw inspiration from the finest American ingredients at a Foodhall near you and cook up a comforting feast featuring your favourite Christmas specials, from Crispy Confit Duck Salad and Shrimp Grits to Roasted Turkey and Blueberry Pie! @USDAGov @usconsulategeneralmumbai @usembassyindia @uscranberriesin @uscranberries @littlebluedynamos @washingtonapplecommission @californiaalmonds @cawalnuts @californiawalnutsindia @americanpistachios @usapears #FoodhallIndia #ForTheLoveofAmericanFood #AmericanCuisine #ChristmasFood #TasteOfAmerica #USDATrade

With Christmas just around the corner, #TasteofAmerica is shining a spotlight on classic American dishes to add a delicious lift to the holiday season! Draw inspiration from the finest American ingredients at a Foodhall near you and cook up a comforting feast featuring your favourite Christmas specials, from Crispy Confit Duck Salad and Shrimp Grits to Roasted Turkey and Blueberry Pie! @USDAGov @usconsulategeneralmumbai @usembassyindia @uscranberriesin @uscranberries @littlebluedynamos @washingtonapplecommission @californiaalmonds @cawalnuts @californiawalnutsindia @americanpistachios @usapears #FoodhallIndia #ForTheLoveofAmericanFood #AmericanCuisine #ChristmasFood #TasteOfAmerica #USDATrade

With Christmas just around the corner, #TasteofAmerica is shining a spotlight on classic American dishes to add a delicious lift to the holiday season! Draw inspiration from the finest American ingredients at a Foodhall near you and cook up a comforting feast featuring your favourite Christmas specials, from Crispy Confit Duck Salad and Shrimp Grits to Roasted Turkey and Blueberry Pie! @USDAGov @usconsulategeneralmumbai @usembassyindia @uscranberriesin @uscranberries @littlebluedynamos @washingtonapplecommission @californiaalmonds @cawalnuts @californiawalnutsindia @americanpistachios @usapears #FoodhallIndia #ForTheLoveofAmericanFood #AmericanCuisine #ChristmasFood #TasteOfAmerica #USDATrade

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