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Ticker Eats the World by Ticker Eats The World - 1w ago

An idyllic Indian village, Mangar is a picture-perfect destination brimming with interesting locals, a thriving street-art scene, and a few surprises hidden in its nooks and corners. At first sight, Mangar comes across as a regular village, one of many that are often considered the lifeline of India. […]
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Hong Kong is “Asia’s World City”, and like any self-respecting metropolitan, it has a thriving food scene. Brimming with authentic multi-cultural options, Hong Kong is a delight for food lovers. From the humble street food on a stick option to the most luxurious culinary experiences in the world, […]
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My home town of Adelaide might not be as well-known as some other Australian cities like Sydney and Melbourne, but it sure can hold its own when it comes to cuisine. In fact, Adelaide is becoming increasingly popular as an epicurean hotspot – and it’s no surprise. With […]
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Architecturally brilliant, Neemrana Bawadi is a stepwell seeped in Indian heritage. With many a story afloat about hidden tunnels leading in and out of the monument, there is a sense of secrecy that lingers in the thick and crisp air of the stepwell’s lower floors. The Neemrana Bawadi […]
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What are Tapas? Tapas are small portions of food that you can enjoy with a drink or sometimes as a complete meal. They can be cold, like cheese and olives, or hot, like calamari and croquettes. You will often find something that looks like tapas in different countries […]
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  Among the best Japanese restaurants in all of New Delhi, En has everything going for it, but as I discovered something is missing – a certain sophistication that is an essential aspect of Japanese cuisine. I had wanted to eat at En for the longest of time. […]
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Ticker Eats the World by Ticker Eats The World - 1M ago

Question any traveller, and they will tell you that food is an integral part of a successful road trip. The idea of stopping midway and indulging in local delicacies adds to a sense of warmth that is felt by the stomach as well as the soul. However, ask […]
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Ticker Eats the World by Ticker Eats The World - 1M ago

With Tapas Revolution, Madrid born Omar Allibhoy, the brains behind the successful chain, has done for Spanish cuisine what Yo Sushi did for Japanese. Situated inside Grand Central in Birmingham, UK, Tapas Revolution attracts visitors with its big signs advertising churros. I passed by it on a busy […]
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Early on in the winter season, Delhi becomes a “tourist” destination of a different sort. Hundreds of migratory birds, especially seagulls, stopover in the city, catching a breather before flying onwards to their destination. This annual phenomenon, best witnessed on the banks of the river Yamuna, has become […]
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Ticker Eats the World by Ticker Eats The World - 1M ago

Walking into UCH-Rewind, I never expected it to replicate the vintage charm of United Coffee House in Connaught Place. There are apparent differences regarding the food on offer and overall look of the place, but the new “brand” stays as close to the original as possible. Moreover, it […]
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