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Okay okay, listen up -- did you know that there actually are different variants of parmesan? 🧀 Parmigiano Reggiano - One of the highest quality of Italian cheeses, this 100% cow milk cheese must age for a minimum of 1 year going up to 3 years and must be made in one of two regions of Italy, Emilia-Romagna, which is home to Parma (hence the name), or the Mantova province of Lombardy. 🧀 Grana Padano: Like Parmigiano-Reggiano, Grana Padano is a golden, hard-rind cheese made using cow’s milk. The cheese is matured for a period of 9 months giving it a slightly sweeter, less-concentrated flavour than Parmigiano-Reggiano. 🧀 Pecorino Romano: Made with sheep's milk instead of cows, the cheese is aged for 5 to 8 months and has carries a stronger flavour profile and is saltier and tangier than Parmigiano-Reggiano. For true certification, the cheese must be made in the central region of Lazio, or in the Tuscan province of Grosseto. So the next time you're grating a heap of cheese on your pasta, know. your. cheese. Swing by your nearest Foodhall to stock up or call 8095031111 for delivery! #Food #FoodPhotography #Foodie #Foods #Foodstagram #Foodgasm #Foody #Foodies #FoodLover #InstaFood #FoodPics #FoodLovers #EatingForTheInsta #FoodLove #FoodPornShare #FoodStyling #FoodBeast #FoodArt #FoodBlogFeed #foodoftheday

Okay okay, listen up -- did you know that there actually are different variants of parmesan? 🧀 Parmigiano Reggiano - One of the highest quality of Italian cheeses, this 100% cow milk cheese must age for a minimum of 1 year going up to 3 years and must be made in one of two regions of Italy, Emilia-Romagna, which is home to Parma (hence the name), or the Mantova province of Lombardy. 🧀 Grana Padano: Like Parmigiano-Reggiano, Grana Padano is a golden, hard-rind cheese made using cow’s milk. The cheese is matured for a period of 9 months giving it a slightly sweeter, less-concentrated flavour than Parmigiano-Reggiano. 🧀 Pecorino Romano: Made with sheep's milk instead of cows, the cheese is aged for 5 to 8 months and has carries a stronger flavour profile and is saltier and tangier than Parmigiano-Reggiano. For true certification, the cheese must be made in the central region of Lazio, or in the Tuscan province of Grosseto. So the next time you're grating a heap of cheese on your pasta, know. your. cheese. Swing by your nearest Foodhall to stock up or call 8095031111 for delivery! #Food #FoodPhotography #Foodie #Foods #Foodstagram #Foodgasm #Foody #Foodies #FoodLover #InstaFood #FoodPics #FoodLovers #EatingForTheInsta #FoodLove #FoodPornShare #FoodStyling #FoodBeast #FoodArt #FoodBlogFeed #foodoftheday

Okay okay, listen up -- did you know that there actually are different variants of parmesan? 🧀 Parmigiano Reggiano - One of the highest quality of Italian cheeses, this 100% cow milk cheese must age for a minimum of 1 year going up to 3 years and must be made in one of two regions of Italy, Emilia-Romagna, which is home to Parma (hence the name), or the Mantova province of Lombardy. 🧀 Grana Padano: Like Parmigiano-Reggiano, Grana Padano is a golden, hard-rind cheese made using cow’s milk. The cheese is matured for a period of 9 months giving it a slightly sweeter, less-concentrated flavour than Parmigiano-Reggiano. 🧀 Pecorino Romano: Made with sheep's milk instead of cows, the cheese is aged for 5 to 8 months and has carries a stronger flavour profile and is saltier and tangier than Parmigiano-Reggiano. For true certification, the cheese must be made in the central region of Lazio, or in the Tuscan province of Grosseto. So the next time you're grating a heap of cheese on your pasta, know. your. cheese. Swing by your nearest Foodhall to stock up or call 8095031111 for delivery! #Food #FoodPhotography #Foodie #Foods #Foodstagram #Foodgasm #Foody #Foodies #FoodLover #InstaFood #FoodPics #FoodLovers #EatingForTheInsta #FoodLove #FoodPornShare #FoodStyling #FoodBeast #FoodArt #FoodBlogFeed #foodoftheday

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How to travel to Italy without travelling to Italy 🇮🇹 At Cafe by Foodhall, of course! Since you can't travel just yet, let your tastebuds do it for you, with these iconic dishes from Italy's popular regions. 1st stop - Piedmont When cocoa was in short supply following World War II, Nutella was created in Alba, Piedmont, using an abundance of hazelnuts available in the region, along with a little cocoa. We're paying homage to this region and ingredient with our Piedmont Berry Nutella Toast, served with drizzles of truffle honey. 2nd stop - Rome This popular dish is said to have originated in the Roman Empire. With time, this simple soup began to be made with any available ingredients – sometimes even leftovers. Come spoon up some hot, comforting Roman minestrone at our cafe. 3rd stop - Sicily It is believed that the eggplant was first introduced to Italy through Sicily, where the eggplant parmigiana is a local favourite. We gave this Sicilian staple a twist, with our moreish Eggplant Parmigiana Panino. Stop by the Cafe by Foodhall today for the true taste of Italy or call 8095031111 to order directly.

How to travel to Italy without travelling to Italy 🇮🇹 At Cafe by Foodhall, of course! Since you can't travel just yet, let your tastebuds do it for you, with these iconic dishes from Italy's popular regions. 1st stop - Piedmont When cocoa was in short supply following World War II, Nutella was created in Alba, Piedmont, using an abundance of hazelnuts available in the region, along with a little cocoa. We're paying homage to this region and ingredient with our Piedmont Berry Nutella Toast, served with drizzles of truffle honey. 2nd stop - Rome This popular dish is said to have originated in the Roman Empire. With time, this simple soup began to be made with any available ingredients – sometimes even leftovers. Come spoon up some hot, comforting Roman minestrone at our cafe. 3rd stop - Sicily It is believed that the eggplant was first introduced to Italy through Sicily, where the eggplant parmigiana is a local favourite. We gave this Sicilian staple a twist, with our moreish Eggplant Parmigiana Panino. Stop by the Cafe by Foodhall today for the true taste of Italy or call 8095031111 to order directly.

How to travel to Italy without travelling to Italy 🇮🇹 At Cafe by Foodhall, of course! Since you can't travel just yet, let your tastebuds do it for you, with these iconic dishes from Italy's popular regions. 1st stop - Piedmont When cocoa was in short supply following World War II, Nutella was created in Alba, Piedmont, using an abundance of hazelnuts available in the region, along with a little cocoa. We're paying homage to this region and ingredient with our Piedmont Berry Nutella Toast, served with drizzles of truffle honey. 2nd stop - Rome This popular dish is said to have originated in the Roman Empire. With time, this simple soup began to be made with any available ingredients – sometimes even leftovers. Come spoon up some hot, comforting Roman minestrone at our cafe. 3rd stop - Sicily It is believed that the eggplant was first introduced to Italy through Sicily, where the eggplant parmigiana is a local favourite. We gave this Sicilian staple a twist, with our moreish Eggplant Parmigiana Panino. Stop by the Cafe by Foodhall today for the true taste of Italy or call 8095031111 to order directly.

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It’s creamy, it’s luscious, it’s sweet & it’s HEALTHY! This Chocolate Avocado Pudding will make your #dessert dreams come true while fitting into your dietary needs - no #gluten, no egg and no dairy! Try this satisfying “power in a cup” for breakfast or as a snack. What you need: • Avocado - 2, ripe • Vanilla bean - 1, whole • Unsweetened cocoa powder - 1/2 cup • Maple syrup - 1/2 cup • Agave nectar - 1/4 cup • Fresh orange juice - 1/4 cup • Sea salt - 1/2 tsp • Hot water - 3/4 cup • Pistachios - 1/2 cup, chopped for garnish Method: 1. Scoop out the flesh of the avocados 2. Split the vanilla beans lengthwise and scrape out the seeds 3. In a food processor, combine the #avocado, vanilla, cocoa powder with maple syrup and agave nectar 4. Gradually add the orange juice and salt 5. While the food processor is still running, drizzle in the hot water. You will see the mixture looking #creamy. If it doesn’t, add some more orange juice 6. Divide this pudding into different cups or serving bowls while it is still warm 7. Refrigerate for a few hours before serving. Garnish with chopped pistachios

It’s creamy, it’s luscious, it’s sweet & it’s HEALTHY! This Chocolate Avocado Pudding will make your #dessert dreams come true while fitting into your dietary needs - no #gluten, no egg and no dairy! Try this satisfying “power in a cup” for breakfast or as a snack. What you need: • Avocado - 2, ripe • Vanilla bean - 1, whole • Unsweetened cocoa powder - 1/2 cup • Maple syrup - 1/2 cup • Agave nectar - 1/4 cup • Fresh orange juice - 1/4 cup • Sea salt - 1/2 tsp • Hot water - 3/4 cup • Pistachios - 1/2 cup, chopped for garnish Method: 1. Scoop out the flesh of the avocados 2. Split the vanilla beans lengthwise and scrape out the seeds 3. In a food processor, combine the #avocado, vanilla, cocoa powder with maple syrup and agave nectar 4. Gradually add the orange juice and salt 5. While the food processor is still running, drizzle in the hot water. You will see the mixture looking #creamy. If it doesn’t, add some more orange juice 6. Divide this pudding into different cups or serving bowls while it is still warm 7. Refrigerate for a few hours before serving. Garnish with chopped pistachios

It’s creamy, it’s luscious, it’s sweet & it’s HEALTHY! This Chocolate Avocado Pudding will make your #dessert dreams come true while fitting into your dietary needs - no #gluten, no egg and no dairy! Try this satisfying “power in a cup” for breakfast or as a snack. What you need: • Avocado - 2, ripe • Vanilla bean - 1, whole • Unsweetened cocoa powder - 1/2 cup • Maple syrup - 1/2 cup • Agave nectar - 1/4 cup • Fresh orange juice - 1/4 cup • Sea salt - 1/2 tsp • Hot water - 3/4 cup • Pistachios - 1/2 cup, chopped for garnish Method: 1. Scoop out the flesh of the avocados 2. Split the vanilla beans lengthwise and scrape out the seeds 3. In a food processor, combine the #avocado, vanilla, cocoa powder with maple syrup and agave nectar 4. Gradually add the orange juice and salt 5. While the food processor is still running, drizzle in the hot water. You will see the mixture looking #creamy. If it doesn’t, add some more orange juice 6. Divide this pudding into different cups or serving bowls while it is still warm 7. Refrigerate for a few hours before serving. Garnish with chopped pistachios

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#FoodhallTestKitchen: Everyone has their own patented method of making the perfect cup of #chai, but which is the best? All water? Water first, then milk? All milk? We tested out the 3 most popular chai #brewing techniques so you don’t have to guess anymore! 1. Just Water: True #tea drinkers know this is the OG way to consume the beverage. With no milk or sugar to dilute the flavour, this brew packs the maximum flavour (when brewed right). Boil a cup of water and add tea leaves of your choice just before the water reaches a boil. Wait until you get the desired colour and remove from heat. 2. Water & Milk: For when you love your tea but prefer a milder brew, make your tea as mentioned above and add a little milk after you’ve poured the tea in your cup. By brewing the tea in water and not #milk, you’ll ensure you still get maximum flavour but it’s softened ever-so-slightly with the milk (sugar optional) 3. Just Milk: There’s a certain element of nostalgia when it comes to “doodh wali chai”. From Share Bazaar in Calcutta to every nook and corner in #Bombay, this kadak chai loaded with sugar is brewed purely in milk until it reduces to 2/3rd its volume. Simply add a spoon of tea leaves to a cup of milk and brew on a medium to high flame. Add in a teaspoon of sugar as well and watch the colour deepen. Want to experiment more in the kitchen? Check out our class calendar over at @foodhallcookerystudio and sign up for an upcoming session!

#FoodhallTestKitchen: Everyone has their own patented method of making the perfect cup of #chai, but which is the best? All water? Water first, then milk? All milk? We tested out the 3 most popular chai #brewing techniques so you don’t have to guess anymore! 1. Just Water: True #tea drinkers know this is the OG way to consume the beverage. With no milk or sugar to dilute the flavour, this brew packs the maximum flavour (when brewed right). Boil a cup of water and add tea leaves of your choice just before the water reaches a boil. Wait until you get the desired colour and remove from heat. 2. Water & Milk: For when you love your tea but prefer a milder brew, make your tea as mentioned above and add a little milk after you’ve poured the tea in your cup. By brewing the tea in water and not #milk, you’ll ensure you still get maximum flavour but it’s softened ever-so-slightly with the milk (sugar optional) 3. Just Milk: There’s a certain element of nostalgia when it comes to “doodh wali chai”. From Share Bazaar in Calcutta to every nook and corner in #Bombay, this kadak chai loaded with sugar is brewed purely in milk until it reduces to 2/3rd its volume. Simply add a spoon of tea leaves to a cup of milk and brew on a medium to high flame. Add in a teaspoon of sugar as well and watch the colour deepen. Want to experiment more in the kitchen? Check out our class calendar over at @foodhallcookerystudio and sign up for an upcoming session!

#FoodhallTestKitchen: Everyone has their own patented method of making the perfect cup of #chai, but which is the best? All water? Water first, then milk? All milk? We tested out the 3 most popular chai #brewing techniques so you don’t have to guess anymore! 1. Just Water: True #tea drinkers know this is the OG way to consume the beverage. With no milk or sugar to dilute the flavour, this brew packs the maximum flavour (when brewed right). Boil a cup of water and add tea leaves of your choice just before the water reaches a boil. Wait until you get the desired colour and remove from heat. 2. Water & Milk: For when you love your tea but prefer a milder brew, make your tea as mentioned above and add a little milk after you’ve poured the tea in your cup. By brewing the tea in water and not #milk, you’ll ensure you still get maximum flavour but it’s softened ever-so-slightly with the milk (sugar optional) 3. Just Milk: There’s a certain element of nostalgia when it comes to “doodh wali chai”. From Share Bazaar in Calcutta to every nook and corner in #Bombay, this kadak chai loaded with sugar is brewed purely in milk until it reduces to 2/3rd its volume. Simply add a spoon of tea leaves to a cup of milk and brew on a medium to high flame. Add in a teaspoon of sugar as well and watch the colour deepen. Want to experiment more in the kitchen? Check out our class calendar over at @foodhallcookerystudio and sign up for an upcoming session!

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#FoodhallTestKitchen: Everyone has their own patented method of making the perfect cup of #chai, but which is the best? All water? Water first, then milk? All milk? We tested out the 3 most popular chai brewing techniques so you don’t have to guess anymore! 1. Just Water: True tea drinkers know this is the OG way to consume the beverage. With no milk or sugar to dilute the flavour, this brew packs the maximum flavour (when brewed right). Boil a cup of water and add tea leaves of your choice just before the water reaches a boil. Wait until you get the desired colour and remove from heat. 2. Water & Milk: For when you love your tea but prefer a milder brew, make your tea as mentioned above and add a little milk after you’ve poured the tea in your cup. By brewing the tea in water and not milk, you’ll ensure you still get maximum flavour but it’s softened ever-so-slightly with the milk (sugar optional) 3. Just Milk: There’s a certain element of nostalgia when it comes to “doodh wali chai”. From Share Bazaar in Calcutta to every nook and corner in Bombay, this kadak chai loaded with sugar is brewed purely in milk until it reduces to 2/3rd its volume. Simply add a spoon of tea leaves to a cup of milk and brew on a medium to high flame. Add in a teaspoon of sugar as well and watch the colour deepen. Want to experiment more in the kitchen? Check out our class calendar over at @foodhallcookerystudio and sign up for an upcoming session!

#FoodhallTestKitchen: Everyone has their own patented method of making the perfect cup of #chai, but which is the best? All water? Water first, then milk? All milk? We tested out the 3 most popular chai brewing techniques so you don’t have to guess anymore! 1. Just Water: True tea drinkers know this is the OG way to consume the beverage. With no milk or sugar to dilute the flavour, this brew packs the maximum flavour (when brewed right). Boil a cup of water and add tea leaves of your choice just before the water reaches a boil. Wait until you get the desired colour and remove from heat. 2. Water & Milk: For when you love your tea but prefer a milder brew, make your tea as mentioned above and add a little milk after you’ve poured the tea in your cup. By brewing the tea in water and not milk, you’ll ensure you still get maximum flavour but it’s softened ever-so-slightly with the milk (sugar optional) 3. Just Milk: There’s a certain element of nostalgia when it comes to “doodh wali chai”. From Share Bazaar in Calcutta to every nook and corner in Bombay, this kadak chai loaded with sugar is brewed purely in milk until it reduces to 2/3rd its volume. Simply add a spoon of tea leaves to a cup of milk and brew on a medium to high flame. Add in a teaspoon of sugar as well and watch the colour deepen. Want to experiment more in the kitchen? Check out our class calendar over at @foodhallcookerystudio and sign up for an upcoming session!

#FoodhallTestKitchen: Everyone has their own patented method of making the perfect cup of #chai, but which is the best? All water? Water first, then milk? All milk? We tested out the 3 most popular chai brewing techniques so you don’t have to guess anymore! 1. Just Water: True tea drinkers know this is the OG way to consume the beverage. With no milk or sugar to dilute the flavour, this brew packs the maximum flavour (when brewed right). Boil a cup of water and add tea leaves of your choice just before the water reaches a boil. Wait until you get the desired colour and remove from heat. 2. Water & Milk: For when you love your tea but prefer a milder brew, make your tea as mentioned above and add a little milk after you’ve poured the tea in your cup. By brewing the tea in water and not milk, you’ll ensure you still get maximum flavour but it’s softened ever-so-slightly with the milk (sugar optional) 3. Just Milk: There’s a certain element of nostalgia when it comes to “doodh wali chai”. From Share Bazaar in Calcutta to every nook and corner in Bombay, this kadak chai loaded with sugar is brewed purely in milk until it reduces to 2/3rd its volume. Simply add a spoon of tea leaves to a cup of milk and brew on a medium to high flame. Add in a teaspoon of sugar as well and watch the colour deepen. Want to experiment more in the kitchen? Check out our class calendar over at @foodhallcookerystudio and sign up for an upcoming session!

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There is an ancient saying, “A sharp knife is a Chef’s best friend.” While that’s true, there’s more than sharpness when it comes to a great #knife! Even though professional #Chefs use multiple knives in their kitchens, the paring knife is a hot favourite. It is a multipurpose catch-all knife with a 3 to 4-inch blade used to peel, trim, turn, slice or core small vegetables. Its handy size imparts a perfect grip of the blade, giving you extra control to deliver fine #cuts! Head to your nearest Foodhall store to discover fine variety of Paring knives and pick your #favourite!

There is an ancient saying, “A sharp knife is a Chef’s best friend.” While that’s true, there’s more than sharpness when it comes to a great #knife! Even though professional #Chefs use multiple knives in their kitchens, the paring knife is a hot favourite. It is a multipurpose catch-all knife with a 3 to 4-inch blade used to peel, trim, turn, slice or core small vegetables. Its handy size imparts a perfect grip of the blade, giving you extra control to deliver fine #cuts! Head to your nearest Foodhall store to discover fine variety of Paring knives and pick your #favourite!

There is an ancient saying, “A sharp knife is a Chef’s best friend.” While that’s true, there’s more than sharpness when it comes to a great #knife! Even though professional #Chefs use multiple knives in their kitchens, the paring knife is a hot favourite. It is a multipurpose catch-all knife with a 3 to 4-inch blade used to peel, trim, turn, slice or core small vegetables. Its handy size imparts a perfect grip of the blade, giving you extra control to deliver fine #cuts! Head to your nearest Foodhall store to discover fine variety of Paring knives and pick your #favourite!

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Save the date for a shopping extravaganza so rare, it only comes around on a leap year! Between February 29th and 1st March 2020, we’re making your #wishlist come true at Foodhall’s Weekend of Plenty! #YouShopYouGain #FortheLoveofPlenty, see you at our biggest shopping weekend at a Foodhall near you! #FoodhallIndia #WeekendofPlenty #FoodShoppingFestival #LeapYear #ShopTillYouDrop #FoodVouchers #Gourmands #Epicures

Save the date for a shopping extravaganza so rare, it only comes around on a leap year! Between February 29th and 1st March 2020, we’re making your #wishlist come true at Foodhall’s Weekend of Plenty! #YouShopYouGain #FortheLoveofPlenty, see you at our biggest shopping weekend at a Foodhall near you! #FoodhallIndia #WeekendofPlenty #FoodShoppingFestival #LeapYear #ShopTillYouDrop #FoodVouchers #Gourmands #Epicures

Save the date for a shopping extravaganza so rare, it only comes around on a leap year! Between February 29th and 1st March 2020, we’re making your #wishlist come true at Foodhall’s Weekend of Plenty! #YouShopYouGain #FortheLoveofPlenty, see you at our biggest shopping weekend at a Foodhall near you! #FoodhallIndia #WeekendofPlenty #FoodShoppingFestival #LeapYear #ShopTillYouDrop #FoodVouchers #Gourmands #Epicures

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But first, Kahwa! The recent chilly spell has us reaching for a soothing cuppa Kahwa by The House of Tea by Foodhall. Steadied by Assam & Darjeeling green tea blends and tinged with the spicy slant of cardamom, cinnamon, clove and saffron strands - our bespoke tea is cupped by sweet, rosy notes! Savour its smooth, woody impressions as you reminisce about sun-kissed winter afternoons and the Sufisim of tea culture that is true to its origin - Kashmir. #ForTheLoveofTea, enjoy this wonder brew at our luxurious tea salons courtesy The House of Tea by Foodhall@Linking Road, @VAMA; Mumbai or order-in the heritage blend by calling us on 080950 31111. #FoodhallIndia #THTIndia #TheHouseofTea #THTbyFoodhall #Kahwa KashmiriKahwa #SavouryTea #SpicedChai #WinterBrew

But first, Kahwa! The recent chilly spell has us reaching for a soothing cuppa Kahwa by The House of Tea by Foodhall. Steadied by Assam & Darjeeling green tea blends and tinged with the spicy slant of cardamom, cinnamon, clove and saffron strands - our bespoke tea is cupped by sweet, rosy notes! Savour its smooth, woody impressions as you reminisce about sun-kissed winter afternoons and the Sufisim of tea culture that is true to its origin - Kashmir. #ForTheLoveofTea, enjoy this wonder brew at our luxurious tea salons courtesy The House of Tea by Foodhall@Linking Road, @VAMA; Mumbai or order-in the heritage blend by calling us on 080950 31111. #FoodhallIndia #THTIndia #TheHouseofTea #THTbyFoodhall #Kahwa KashmiriKahwa #SavouryTea #SpicedChai #WinterBrew

But first, Kahwa! The recent chilly spell has us reaching for a soothing cuppa Kahwa by The House of Tea by Foodhall. Steadied by Assam & Darjeeling green tea blends and tinged with the spicy slant of cardamom, cinnamon, clove and saffron strands - our bespoke tea is cupped by sweet, rosy notes! Savour its smooth, woody impressions as you reminisce about sun-kissed winter afternoons and the Sufisim of tea culture that is true to its origin - Kashmir. #ForTheLoveofTea, enjoy this wonder brew at our luxurious tea salons courtesy The House of Tea by Foodhall@Linking Road, @VAMA; Mumbai or order-in the heritage blend by calling us on 080950 31111. #FoodhallIndia #THTIndia #TheHouseofTea #THTbyFoodhall #Kahwa KashmiriKahwa #SavouryTea #SpicedChai #WinterBrew

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This December, if you find yourself winter-wishing for a bowl of comfort, why not pop by The Cafe by Foodhall for a satiating sip of our Charred Tomato and Cheese soup? Pair your craving with our elevated lift to the humble grilled cheese sandwich – a Gruyere and Mushroom special. Crafted with gourmet grilled cheeses such as sweet-yet-salty cuts of true Swiss Gruyere and the mild-but-savory Emmentaler, this winter-warmer is stuffed with lightly flavored mushrooms, seasoned in rosemary and garlic butter! #ForTheLoveofComfortFood, tuck into our winter specials at The Cafe by Foodhall, at a Foodhall near you! #WinterSpecial #ForTheLoveofCheese #FoodhallIndia #SoupsAndSandwiches #TheCafebyFoodhall #CravableComforts #ComfortFood #Cravable #GourmetGrilledCheeses #WinterWarmers #SatiatingSoups

This December, if you find yourself winter-wishing for a bowl of comfort, why not pop by The Cafe by Foodhall for a satiating sip of our Charred Tomato and Cheese soup? Pair your craving with our elevated lift to the humble grilled cheese sandwich – a Gruyere and Mushroom special. Crafted with gourmet grilled cheeses such as sweet-yet-salty cuts of true Swiss Gruyere and the mild-but-savory Emmentaler, this winter-warmer is stuffed with lightly flavored mushrooms, seasoned in rosemary and garlic butter! #ForTheLoveofComfortFood, tuck into our winter specials at The Cafe by Foodhall, at a Foodhall near you! #WinterSpecial #ForTheLoveofCheese #FoodhallIndia #SoupsAndSandwiches #TheCafebyFoodhall #CravableComforts #ComfortFood #Cravable #GourmetGrilledCheeses #WinterWarmers #SatiatingSoups

This December, if you find yourself winter-wishing for a bowl of comfort, why not pop by The Cafe by Foodhall for a satiating sip of our Charred Tomato and Cheese soup? Pair your craving with our elevated lift to the humble grilled cheese sandwich – a Gruyere and Mushroom special. Crafted with gourmet grilled cheeses such as sweet-yet-salty cuts of true Swiss Gruyere and the mild-but-savory Emmentaler, this winter-warmer is stuffed with lightly flavored mushrooms, seasoned in rosemary and garlic butter! #ForTheLoveofComfortFood, tuck into our winter specials at The Cafe by Foodhall, at a Foodhall near you! #WinterSpecial #ForTheLoveofCheese #FoodhallIndia #SoupsAndSandwiches #TheCafebyFoodhall #CravableComforts #ComfortFood #Cravable #GourmetGrilledCheeses #WinterWarmers #SatiatingSoups

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This December, if you find yourself winter-wishing for a bowl of comfort, why not pop by The Cafe by Foodhall for a satiating sip of our Charred Tomato and Cheese soup? Pair your craving with our elevated lift to the humble grilled cheese sandwich – a Gruyere and Mushroom special. Crafted with gourmet grilled cheeses such as sweet-yet-salty cuts of true Swiss Gruyere and the mild-but-savory Emmentaler, this winter-warmer is stuffed with lightly flavored mushrooms, seasoned in rosemary and garlic butter! #ForTheLoveofComfortFood, tuck into our winter specials at The Cafe by Foodhall, at a Foodhall near you! #WinterSpecial #ForTheLoveofCheese #FoodhallIndia #SoupsAndSandwiches #TheCafebyFoodhall #CravableComforts #ComfortFood #Cravable #GourmetGrilledCheeses #WinterWarmers #SatiatingSoups

This December, if you find yourself winter-wishing for a bowl of comfort, why not pop by The Cafe by Foodhall for a satiating sip of our Charred Tomato and Cheese soup? Pair your craving with our elevated lift to the humble grilled cheese sandwich – a Gruyere and Mushroom special. Crafted with gourmet grilled cheeses such as sweet-yet-salty cuts of true Swiss Gruyere and the mild-but-savory Emmentaler, this winter-warmer is stuffed with lightly flavored mushrooms, seasoned in rosemary and garlic butter! #ForTheLoveofComfortFood, tuck into our winter specials at The Cafe by Foodhall, at a Foodhall near you! #WinterSpecial #ForTheLoveofCheese #FoodhallIndia #SoupsAndSandwiches #TheCafebyFoodhall #CravableComforts #ComfortFood #Cravable #GourmetGrilledCheeses #WinterWarmers #SatiatingSoups

This December, if you find yourself winter-wishing for a bowl of comfort, why not pop by The Cafe by Foodhall for a satiating sip of our Charred Tomato and Cheese soup? Pair your craving with our elevated lift to the humble grilled cheese sandwich – a Gruyere and Mushroom special. Crafted with gourmet grilled cheeses such as sweet-yet-salty cuts of true Swiss Gruyere and the mild-but-savory Emmentaler, this winter-warmer is stuffed with lightly flavored mushrooms, seasoned in rosemary and garlic butter! #ForTheLoveofComfortFood, tuck into our winter specials at The Cafe by Foodhall, at a Foodhall near you! #WinterSpecial #ForTheLoveofCheese #FoodhallIndia #SoupsAndSandwiches #TheCafebyFoodhall #CravableComforts #ComfortFood #Cravable #GourmetGrilledCheeses #WinterWarmers #SatiatingSoups

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