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#FoodTrends make cooking and dining a bit more fun, and the latest one to emerge is no exception - #CloudBread! All you need are 3 ingredients, an electric whisk (or give yourself a #workout and do it by hand), and an oven. What you need: • Egg whites – 3 • Sugar – 30g • Cornflour – 10g Method: 1. Preheat your oven at 150 degrees celsius 2. Add your egg whites in a large bowl. Start to whip on medium, until frothy. Add few drops of #food colouring of your choice (optional, but most people prefer a light blue) 3. Spoon some #sugar, add a little bit at a time on high speed, until it dissolves and the egg whites start to foam up 4. Sift the cornflour in so that there are no lumps. Continue to whip until the egg white mixture becomes a thick, glossy #meringue or until you achieve stiff peaks. You know when the egg whites are done if you tilt the bowl, the mixture doesn’t slide. Be careful not to over whip! 5. Using a spatula, scoop out the meringue and shape into a dome on a parchment paper 6. Bake for 25 minutes or until brown on top, and let it cool completely before removing from the pan

#FoodTrends make cooking and dining a bit more fun, and the latest one to emerge is no exception - #CloudBread! All you need are 3 ingredients, an electric whisk (or give yourself a #workout and do it by hand), and an oven. What you need: • Egg whites – 3 • Sugar – 30g • Cornflour – 10g Method: 1. Preheat your oven at 150 degrees celsius 2. Add your egg whites in a large bowl. Start to whip on medium, until frothy. Add few drops of #food colouring of your choice (optional, but most people prefer a light blue) 3. Spoon some #sugar, add a little bit at a time on high speed, until it dissolves and the egg whites start to foam up 4. Sift the cornflour in so that there are no lumps. Continue to whip until the egg white mixture becomes a thick, glossy #meringue or until you achieve stiff peaks. You know when the egg whites are done if you tilt the bowl, the mixture doesn’t slide. Be careful not to over whip! 5. Using a spatula, scoop out the meringue and shape into a dome on a parchment paper 6. Bake for 25 minutes or until brown on top, and let it cool completely before removing from the pan

#FoodTrends make cooking and dining a bit more fun, and the latest one to emerge is no exception - #CloudBread! All you need are 3 ingredients, an electric whisk (or give yourself a #workout and do it by hand), and an oven. What you need: • Egg whites – 3 • Sugar – 30g • Cornflour – 10g Method: 1. Preheat your oven at 150 degrees celsius 2. Add your egg whites in a large bowl. Start to whip on medium, until frothy. Add few drops of #food colouring of your choice (optional, but most people prefer a light blue) 3. Spoon some #sugar, add a little bit at a time on high speed, until it dissolves and the egg whites start to foam up 4. Sift the cornflour in so that there are no lumps. Continue to whip until the egg white mixture becomes a thick, glossy #meringue or until you achieve stiff peaks. You know when the egg whites are done if you tilt the bowl, the mixture doesn’t slide. Be careful not to over whip! 5. Using a spatula, scoop out the meringue and shape into a dome on a parchment paper 6. Bake for 25 minutes or until brown on top, and let it cool completely before removing from the pan

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#DidYouKnow that traditional #sourdough bread doesn’t need baker’s yeast to rise? The leavening occurs by the use of a ‘starter’ - a sticky batter of flour and water, that is #fermented using environmental yeast. The starter takes on a sourness due to the wild yeast it contains, thus imparting a subtle tang to the baked #bread. Hence the name sourdough! If you’re keen to try your hand at making your own starter, it takes 5 days and is very simple. Here’s how to make and “feed” the starter to keep it alive: • Day 1 (Initiate the starter) - Using in wide-mouth glass jar, mix ¾ cup + 2 tbsp flour with ½ cup filtered water. Use a fork to incorporate all the dry flour. It should be like a sticky thick paste, like peanut butter. Scrape down the sides & place the lid lightly or a wet towel to keep the moisture in, and let it sit at room temperature on the kitchen counter for 24 hours • Day 2 (Feed the starter) - You may see very few bubbles. This means the wild yeast have started making themselves at home in your starter. If you don’t see any bubbles, keep it for a little longer - upto 48 hours. Today, add another ¾ cup + 2 tbsp of flour and ½ cup of filtered water to your starter and stir vigorously, until combined. Let the mixture sit loosely covered in the same place/conditions or above the refrigerator for another 24 hours • Day 3 (Feed it again) - By now your starter should have doubled in volume, looking like a #honeycomb. It will smell a bit pungent. Feed the starter (¾ cup + 2 tbsp flour and ½ cup filtered water) and stir until combined. Scrape down the sides again and cover it loosely with a lid or a wet cloth. Secure it for another 24 hours • Day 4 (Feed, feed, feed) - Check your starter, it should look very #bubbly. It should be smelling and tasting vinegary - YES, you can taste it too! Repeat the feeding process and place the jar in the same location • Day 5 (Starter is ready to use) - It’s THE day. The starter should have #bulked up and should look very bubbly and frothy! If you stir, it should feel loose and webbed • How to keep the starter alive - Discard half (or better yet, use!) and ‘feed’ it with new flour & water

#DidYouKnow that traditional #sourdough bread doesn’t need baker’s yeast to rise? The leavening occurs by the use of a ‘starter’ - a sticky batter of flour and water, that is #fermented using environmental yeast. The starter takes on a sourness due to the wild yeast it contains, thus imparting a subtle tang to the baked #bread. Hence the name sourdough! If you’re keen to try your hand at making your own starter, it takes 5 days and is very simple. Here’s how to make and “feed” the starter to keep it alive: • Day 1 (Initiate the starter) - Using in wide-mouth glass jar, mix ¾ cup + 2 tbsp flour with ½ cup filtered water. Use a fork to incorporate all the dry flour. It should be like a sticky thick paste, like peanut butter. Scrape down the sides & place the lid lightly or a wet towel to keep the moisture in, and let it sit at room temperature on the kitchen counter for 24 hours • Day 2 (Feed the starter) - You may see very few bubbles. This means the wild yeast have started making themselves at home in your starter. If you don’t see any bubbles, keep it for a little longer - upto 48 hours. Today, add another ¾ cup + 2 tbsp of flour and ½ cup of filtered water to your starter and stir vigorously, until combined. Let the mixture sit loosely covered in the same place/conditions or above the refrigerator for another 24 hours • Day 3 (Feed it again) - By now your starter should have doubled in volume, looking like a #honeycomb. It will smell a bit pungent. Feed the starter (¾ cup + 2 tbsp flour and ½ cup filtered water) and stir until combined. Scrape down the sides again and cover it loosely with a lid or a wet cloth. Secure it for another 24 hours • Day 4 (Feed, feed, feed) - Check your starter, it should look very #bubbly. It should be smelling and tasting vinegary - YES, you can taste it too! Repeat the feeding process and place the jar in the same location • Day 5 (Starter is ready to use) - It’s THE day. The starter should have #bulked up and should look very bubbly and frothy! If you stir, it should feel loose and webbed • How to keep the starter alive - Discard half (or better yet, use!) and ‘feed’ it with new flour & water

#DidYouKnow that traditional #sourdough bread doesn’t need baker’s yeast to rise? The leavening occurs by the use of a ‘starter’ - a sticky batter of flour and water, that is #fermented using environmental yeast. The starter takes on a sourness due to the wild yeast it contains, thus imparting a subtle tang to the baked #bread. Hence the name sourdough! If you’re keen to try your hand at making your own starter, it takes 5 days and is very simple. Here’s how to make and “feed” the starter to keep it alive: • Day 1 (Initiate the starter) - Using in wide-mouth glass jar, mix ¾ cup + 2 tbsp flour with ½ cup filtered water. Use a fork to incorporate all the dry flour. It should be like a sticky thick paste, like peanut butter. Scrape down the sides & place the lid lightly or a wet towel to keep the moisture in, and let it sit at room temperature on the kitchen counter for 24 hours • Day 2 (Feed the starter) - You may see very few bubbles. This means the wild yeast have started making themselves at home in your starter. If you don’t see any bubbles, keep it for a little longer - upto 48 hours. Today, add another ¾ cup + 2 tbsp of flour and ½ cup of filtered water to your starter and stir vigorously, until combined. Let the mixture sit loosely covered in the same place/conditions or above the refrigerator for another 24 hours • Day 3 (Feed it again) - By now your starter should have doubled in volume, looking like a #honeycomb. It will smell a bit pungent. Feed the starter (¾ cup + 2 tbsp flour and ½ cup filtered water) and stir until combined. Scrape down the sides again and cover it loosely with a lid or a wet cloth. Secure it for another 24 hours • Day 4 (Feed, feed, feed) - Check your starter, it should look very #bubbly. It should be smelling and tasting vinegary - YES, you can taste it too! Repeat the feeding process and place the jar in the same location • Day 5 (Starter is ready to use) - It’s THE day. The starter should have #bulked up and should look very bubbly and frothy! If you stir, it should feel loose and webbed • How to keep the starter alive - Discard half (or better yet, use!) and ‘feed’ it with new flour & water

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Celebrate Independence Day weekend with a very special (and local) grilled cheese toastie pop up by The Cafe by Foodhall. In an endeavour to #SupportLocal, we're working with homegrown #cheese brands (@spottedcowfromagerie @cremeitalia) this weekend to serve up indulgent bites to beat away the #MonsoonBlues. Here's what you can expect at our pop up: 1. Artisanal Brie, Grilled Asparagus, and Honey on Rye / 400 2. Cheddar Cheese Chilli Corn Toast / 350 3. Za'atar Cream Cheese and Pickled Veggies on Za'atar Flatbread / 350 4. A classic PB&J with Truffle cream cheese on a multi-seed bread / 550

Celebrate Independence Day weekend with a very special (and local) grilled cheese toastie pop up by The Cafe by Foodhall. In an endeavour to #SupportLocal, we're working with homegrown #cheese brands (@spottedcowfromagerie @cremeitalia) this weekend to serve up indulgent bites to beat away the #MonsoonBlues. Here's what you can expect at our pop up: 1. Artisanal Brie, Grilled Asparagus, and Honey on Rye / 400 2. Cheddar Cheese Chilli Corn Toast / 350 3. Za'atar Cream Cheese and Pickled Veggies on Za'atar Flatbread / 350 4. A classic PB&J with Truffle cream cheese on a multi-seed bread / 550

Celebrate Independence Day weekend with a very special (and local) grilled cheese toastie pop up by The Cafe by Foodhall. In an endeavour to #SupportLocal, we're working with homegrown #cheese brands (@spottedcowfromagerie @cremeitalia) this weekend to serve up indulgent bites to beat away the #MonsoonBlues. Here's what you can expect at our pop up: 1. Artisanal Brie, Grilled Asparagus, and Honey on Rye / 400 2. Cheddar Cheese Chilli Corn Toast / 350 3. Za'atar Cream Cheese and Pickled Veggies on Za'atar Flatbread / 350 4. A classic PB&J with Truffle cream cheese on a multi-seed bread / 550

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Celebrate Independence Day weekend with a very special (and local) grilled cheese toastie pop up by The Cafe by Foodhall. In an endeavour to #SupportLocal, we're working with homegrown #cheese brands (@spottedcowfromagerie @cremeitalia) this weekend to serve up indulgent bites to beat away the #MonsoonBlues. Here's what you can expect at our pop up: 1. Artisanal Brie, Grilled Asparagus, and Honey on Rye | 400 2. Cheddar Cheese Chilli Corn Toast | 350 3. Za'atar Cream Cheese and Pickled Veggies on Za'atar Flatbread | 350 4. A classic PB&J with Truffle cream cheese on a multi-seed bread | 550

Celebrate Independence Day weekend with a very special (and local) grilled cheese toastie pop up by The Cafe by Foodhall. In an endeavour to #SupportLocal, we're working with homegrown #cheese brands (@spottedcowfromagerie @cremeitalia) this weekend to serve up indulgent bites to beat away the #MonsoonBlues. Here's what you can expect at our pop up: 1. Artisanal Brie, Grilled Asparagus, and Honey on Rye | 400 2. Cheddar Cheese Chilli Corn Toast | 350 3. Za'atar Cream Cheese and Pickled Veggies on Za'atar Flatbread | 350 4. A classic PB&J with Truffle cream cheese on a multi-seed bread | 550

Celebrate Independence Day weekend with a very special (and local) grilled cheese toastie pop up by The Cafe by Foodhall. In an endeavour to #SupportLocal, we're working with homegrown #cheese brands (@spottedcowfromagerie @cremeitalia) this weekend to serve up indulgent bites to beat away the #MonsoonBlues. Here's what you can expect at our pop up: 1. Artisanal Brie, Grilled Asparagus, and Honey on Rye | 400 2. Cheddar Cheese Chilli Corn Toast | 350 3. Za'atar Cream Cheese and Pickled Veggies on Za'atar Flatbread | 350 4. A classic PB&J with Truffle cream cheese on a multi-seed bread | 550

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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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Everyone loves a good #ChilliCheeseToast, but how about kicking it up a notch with a Chilli Cheese #Fondue. What makes this easy cheesy fondue better than the rest? The chillis of course, and the slightest hint of #garlic flavour achieved by rubbing the inside of your bowl with cut garlic cloves. GENIUS. What you’ll need: • Cider vinegar – 2 tbsp • Cornflour – 1 tsp • Cheddar cheese – 1 cup, grated • Gouda – 1 cup, grated • Sour cream – 3 tbsp • Green chilli – 1 to 2 chopped, depends on bravery • Garlic – 2 cloves, peeled and halved Suggestions for dipping: • #Sourdough or any thick bread – 4 slices, chopped into chunks • Olive oil – 2 tbsp • Carrots – 2, cut into batons • Peppers – 2, deseeded and cut into strips Method: 1. Rub garlic cloves all over the inside of a heatproof bowl, then discard 2. Mix in the vinegar with the cornflour with the cheeses. Set over a pot of boiling water 3. Slowly melt the #cheese, stirring occasionally 4. When its nearly melted, add the sour cream and the chopped green chillis 5. Lower the heat and keep it warm 6. To make #croutons, toss the bread in the oil and a little seasoning on a baking sheet, then bake for 10-15 minutes on 200 degrees celsius, until golden brown 7. Serve hot on a large platter and arrange the croutons and vegetables alongside it Made it? Let us know in the comments below.

Everyone loves a good #ChilliCheeseToast, but how about kicking it up a notch with a Chilli Cheese #Fondue. What makes this easy cheesy fondue better than the rest? The chillis of course, and the slightest hint of #garlic flavour achieved by rubbing the inside of your bowl with cut garlic cloves. GENIUS. What you’ll need: • Cider vinegar – 2 tbsp • Cornflour – 1 tsp • Cheddar cheese – 1 cup, grated • Gouda – 1 cup, grated • Sour cream – 3 tbsp • Green chilli – 1 to 2 chopped, depends on bravery • Garlic – 2 cloves, peeled and halved Suggestions for dipping: • #Sourdough or any thick bread – 4 slices, chopped into chunks • Olive oil – 2 tbsp • Carrots – 2, cut into batons • Peppers – 2, deseeded and cut into strips Method: 1. Rub garlic cloves all over the inside of a heatproof bowl, then discard 2. Mix in the vinegar with the cornflour with the cheeses. Set over a pot of boiling water 3. Slowly melt the #cheese, stirring occasionally 4. When its nearly melted, add the sour cream and the chopped green chillis 5. Lower the heat and keep it warm 6. To make #croutons, toss the bread in the oil and a little seasoning on a baking sheet, then bake for 10-15 minutes on 200 degrees celsius, until golden brown 7. Serve hot on a large platter and arrange the croutons and vegetables alongside it Made it? Let us know in the comments below.

Everyone loves a good #ChilliCheeseToast, but how about kicking it up a notch with a Chilli Cheese #Fondue. What makes this easy cheesy fondue better than the rest? The chillis of course, and the slightest hint of #garlic flavour achieved by rubbing the inside of your bowl with cut garlic cloves. GENIUS. What you’ll need: • Cider vinegar – 2 tbsp • Cornflour – 1 tsp • Cheddar cheese – 1 cup, grated • Gouda – 1 cup, grated • Sour cream – 3 tbsp • Green chilli – 1 to 2 chopped, depends on bravery • Garlic – 2 cloves, peeled and halved Suggestions for dipping: • #Sourdough or any thick bread – 4 slices, chopped into chunks • Olive oil – 2 tbsp • Carrots – 2, cut into batons • Peppers – 2, deseeded and cut into strips Method: 1. Rub garlic cloves all over the inside of a heatproof bowl, then discard 2. Mix in the vinegar with the cornflour with the cheeses. Set over a pot of boiling water 3. Slowly melt the #cheese, stirring occasionally 4. When its nearly melted, add the sour cream and the chopped green chillis 5. Lower the heat and keep it warm 6. To make #croutons, toss the bread in the oil and a little seasoning on a baking sheet, then bake for 10-15 minutes on 200 degrees celsius, until golden brown 7. Serve hot on a large platter and arrange the croutons and vegetables alongside it Made it? Let us know in the comments below.

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A #Mumbai street food staple, the famous ‘toastie’ sandwich is typically made with buttered white bread, green #chutney, sliced veggies, and a secret masala powder. For some street-side snacking at home, order our #signature Bombay Toastie from any of our Cafe by Foodhall locations on @zomatoin or @swiggyindia or grab a takeaway when you visit next!

A #Mumbai street food staple, the famous ‘toastie’ sandwich is typically made with buttered white bread, green #chutney, sliced veggies, and a secret masala powder. For some street-side snacking at home, order our #signature Bombay Toastie from any of our Cafe by Foodhall locations on @zomatoin or @swiggyindia or grab a takeaway when you visit next!

A #Mumbai street food staple, the famous ‘toastie’ sandwich is typically made with buttered white bread, green #chutney, sliced veggies, and a secret masala powder. For some street-side snacking at home, order our #signature Bombay Toastie from any of our Cafe by Foodhall locations on @zomatoin or @swiggyindia or grab a takeaway when you visit next!

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A Mumbai street food staple, the famous ‘toastie’ sandwich is typically made with buttered white bread, green #chutney, sliced veggies, and a secret masala powder. For some street-side snacking at home, order our signature Bombay Toastie from any of our Cafe by Foodhall locations on @zomatoin or @swiggyindia or grab a takeaway when you visit next!

A Mumbai street food staple, the famous ‘toastie’ sandwich is typically made with buttered white bread, green #chutney, sliced veggies, and a secret masala powder. For some street-side snacking at home, order our signature Bombay Toastie from any of our Cafe by Foodhall locations on @zomatoin or @swiggyindia or grab a takeaway when you visit next!

A Mumbai street food staple, the famous ‘toastie’ sandwich is typically made with buttered white bread, green #chutney, sliced veggies, and a secret masala powder. For some street-side snacking at home, order our signature Bombay Toastie from any of our Cafe by Foodhall locations on @zomatoin or @swiggyindia or grab a takeaway when you visit next!

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Fresh dough, topped with our signature carretiera sauce, fresh basil, fresh mozzarella, Italian herbs, and a generous drizzle of the finest olive oil - that's what you get when you order a pizza from @sorrentinabyfoodhall. If you're already craving one, call us on 9136913747 to place your order for takeaway or order online on @zomatoin or @scootsyit for doorstep delivery. . You can also enjoy Chef @aabhas.mehrotra’s assortment of fresh hand rolled pasta, breads, dips and sauces, and the city's best Tiramisu by visiting Foodhall@Linking Road or Foodhall@VAMA. All our products are made fresh daily and handled with the utmost care. Buon appetito!

Fresh dough, topped with our signature carretiera sauce, fresh basil, fresh mozzarella, Italian herbs, and a generous drizzle of the finest olive oil - that's what you get when you order a pizza from @sorrentinabyfoodhall. If you're already craving one, call us on 9136913747 to place your order for takeaway or order online on @zomatoin or @scootsyit for doorstep delivery. . You can also enjoy Chef @aabhas.mehrotra’s assortment of fresh hand rolled pasta, breads, dips and sauces, and the city's best Tiramisu by visiting Foodhall@Linking Road or Foodhall@VAMA. All our products are made fresh daily and handled with the utmost care. Buon appetito!

Fresh dough, topped with our signature carretiera sauce, fresh basil, fresh mozzarella, Italian herbs, and a generous drizzle of the finest olive oil - that's what you get when you order a pizza from @sorrentinabyfoodhall. If you're already craving one, call us on 9136913747 to place your order for takeaway or order online on @zomatoin or @scootsyit for doorstep delivery. . You can also enjoy Chef @aabhas.mehrotra’s assortment of fresh hand rolled pasta, breads, dips and sauces, and the city's best Tiramisu by visiting Foodhall@Linking Road or Foodhall@VAMA. All our products are made fresh daily and handled with the utmost care. Buon appetito!

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With social distancing on the rise, give yourself some much-needed summer self-care with cold Persian soups or #Khiars! Made with fresh herbs, these chilled soups give your gut with a steadying start to the day. Our personal favourite, the Abdoogh Khiar, is especially easy to make with #Arqa Persian Doogh. Similar to a cucumber gazpacho but with a cool, creamy yoghurt base, this crisp Middle Eastern version pairs perfectly with freshly baked bread, a platter of feta, and fresh olives. Add a delicious finishing touch with #Sumac (also available from #Arqa), for a tangy, light lunch. While you’re keeping it light, the famous #Doogh makes for a luscious pre-nap drink! Easy to make, with so many health benefits, it’s the perfect summer cooler if you’re looking to reset your body while staying in. #ForTheLoveofSummer, find all these rare ingredients to keep you refreshed at a Foodhall near you! You can also call on +91 8059031111 for Home Delivery. #FoodhallIndia #SummerSoups #ColdSoup #PersianSummerCooler #MiddleEasternSoup #SummerSelfCare #SocialDistancing

With social distancing on the rise, give yourself some much-needed summer self-care with cold Persian soups or #Khiars! Made with fresh herbs, these chilled soups give your gut with a steadying start to the day. Our personal favourite, the Abdoogh Khiar, is especially easy to make with #Arqa Persian Doogh. Similar to a cucumber gazpacho but with a cool, creamy yoghurt base, this crisp Middle Eastern version pairs perfectly with freshly baked bread, a platter of feta, and fresh olives. Add a delicious finishing touch with #Sumac (also available from #Arqa), for a tangy, light lunch. While you’re keeping it light, the famous #Doogh makes for a luscious pre-nap drink! Easy to make, with so many health benefits, it’s the perfect summer cooler if you’re looking to reset your body while staying in. #ForTheLoveofSummer, find all these rare ingredients to keep you refreshed at a Foodhall near you! You can also call on +91 8059031111 for Home Delivery. #FoodhallIndia #SummerSoups #ColdSoup #PersianSummerCooler #MiddleEasternSoup #SummerSelfCare #SocialDistancing

With social distancing on the rise, give yourself some much-needed summer self-care with cold Persian soups or #Khiars! Made with fresh herbs, these chilled soups give your gut with a steadying start to the day. Our personal favourite, the Abdoogh Khiar, is especially easy to make with #Arqa Persian Doogh. Similar to a cucumber gazpacho but with a cool, creamy yoghurt base, this crisp Middle Eastern version pairs perfectly with freshly baked bread, a platter of feta, and fresh olives. Add a delicious finishing touch with #Sumac (also available from #Arqa), for a tangy, light lunch. While you’re keeping it light, the famous #Doogh makes for a luscious pre-nap drink! Easy to make, with so many health benefits, it’s the perfect summer cooler if you’re looking to reset your body while staying in. #ForTheLoveofSummer, find all these rare ingredients to keep you refreshed at a Foodhall near you! You can also call on +91 8059031111 for Home Delivery. #FoodhallIndia #SummerSoups #ColdSoup #PersianSummerCooler #MiddleEasternSoup #SummerSelfCare #SocialDistancing

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Famously in Egypt, —“you never sit on old bread” making our warm, freshly baked loaves form the Levant, great for your gourmet grocery list! In these uncertain times, whether you’re exploring better ways of mindful social distancing or artful forms of dedicated self-care, our fresh selection of delicious Middle Eastern breads is a great way of building comfort! Enliven your kitchen with the aroma of our zingy za’atar flatbread (perfect with a nutty drizzle of #tahini) or tuck into a nan-e-barbari, ripe for pairing with #muhammara. We’ve even got the Jewish #challah - a ceremonial delight, and the smoky Palestinian #laffa to savour with homemade walnut spread! #FortheLoveoftheLevant, stay home & stay safe with the flavorful folklore of our Middle Eastern breads with exclusive doorstep delivery only via +918059031111. #FoodhallIndia #ComfortFood #BreadLovers #MiddleEasternBreads #Zaatar #PersianBreads #ArtofComfort #SelfCare

Famously in Egypt, —“you never sit on old bread” making our warm, freshly baked loaves form the Levant, great for your gourmet grocery list! In these uncertain times, whether you’re exploring better ways of mindful social distancing or artful forms of dedicated self-care, our fresh selection of delicious Middle Eastern breads is a great way of building comfort! Enliven your kitchen with the aroma of our zingy za’atar flatbread (perfect with a nutty drizzle of #tahini) or tuck into a nan-e-barbari, ripe for pairing with #muhammara. We’ve even got the Jewish #challah - a ceremonial delight, and the smoky Palestinian #laffa to savour with homemade walnut spread! #FortheLoveoftheLevant, stay home & stay safe with the flavorful folklore of our Middle Eastern breads with exclusive doorstep delivery only via +918059031111. #FoodhallIndia #ComfortFood #BreadLovers #MiddleEasternBreads #Zaatar #PersianBreads #ArtofComfort #SelfCare

Famously in Egypt, —“you never sit on old bread” making our warm, freshly baked loaves form the Levant, great for your gourmet grocery list! In these uncertain times, whether you’re exploring better ways of mindful social distancing or artful forms of dedicated self-care, our fresh selection of delicious Middle Eastern breads is a great way of building comfort! Enliven your kitchen with the aroma of our zingy za’atar flatbread (perfect with a nutty drizzle of #tahini) or tuck into a nan-e-barbari, ripe for pairing with #muhammara. We’ve even got the Jewish #challah - a ceremonial delight, and the smoky Palestinian #laffa to savour with homemade walnut spread! #FortheLoveoftheLevant, stay home & stay safe with the flavorful folklore of our Middle Eastern breads with exclusive doorstep delivery only via +918059031111. #FoodhallIndia #ComfortFood #BreadLovers #MiddleEasternBreads #Zaatar #PersianBreads #ArtofComfort #SelfCare

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If you’re looking for some #hostinginspo this weekend, a DIY Hummus Bar is a ‘gorge’ous way to snack, sans the cooking! Easy, and perfect for entertaining, it’s all about being artful while presenting your Middle Eastern bread & dips over sips of madeira! For your Hummus bar to be a hit, we recommend moving away from a falafel and cheese-heavy menu to creamy Turkish #dips, healthy nuts and seeds, fresh olives, salads, and lots of fragrant herbs! Sprucing up is key - courtesy citrusy Sumac, syrupy pomegranate molasses and high quality EVOO. All you need is about ten minutes and a few simple Persian pantry essentials to set up this happening grub-hub! #FortheLoveoftheLevant, find the fantastical flavours of Arabian cuisine for your #DIYHummusBar at a Foodhall near you! #FoodhallIndia #Hummus #MiddleEasternFood #PersianCuisine #ArabicFood #EasyDIY #MediterraneanNight

If you’re looking for some #hostinginspo this weekend, a DIY Hummus Bar is a ‘gorge’ous way to snack, sans the cooking! Easy, and perfect for entertaining, it’s all about being artful while presenting your Middle Eastern bread & dips over sips of madeira! For your Hummus bar to be a hit, we recommend moving away from a falafel and cheese-heavy menu to creamy Turkish #dips, healthy nuts and seeds, fresh olives, salads, and lots of fragrant herbs! Sprucing up is key - courtesy citrusy Sumac, syrupy pomegranate molasses and high quality EVOO. All you need is about ten minutes and a few simple Persian pantry essentials to set up this happening grub-hub! #FortheLoveoftheLevant, find the fantastical flavours of Arabian cuisine for your #DIYHummusBar at a Foodhall near you! #FoodhallIndia #Hummus #MiddleEasternFood #PersianCuisine #ArabicFood #EasyDIY #MediterraneanNight

If you’re looking for some #hostinginspo this weekend, a DIY Hummus Bar is a ‘gorge’ous way to snack, sans the cooking! Easy, and perfect for entertaining, it’s all about being artful while presenting your Middle Eastern bread & dips over sips of madeira! For your Hummus bar to be a hit, we recommend moving away from a falafel and cheese-heavy menu to creamy Turkish #dips, healthy nuts and seeds, fresh olives, salads, and lots of fragrant herbs! Sprucing up is key - courtesy citrusy Sumac, syrupy pomegranate molasses and high quality EVOO. All you need is about ten minutes and a few simple Persian pantry essentials to set up this happening grub-hub! #FortheLoveoftheLevant, find the fantastical flavours of Arabian cuisine for your #DIYHummusBar at a Foodhall near you! #FoodhallIndia #Hummus #MiddleEasternFood #PersianCuisine #ArabicFood #EasyDIY #MediterraneanNight

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