Sunday, 31 January 2016

Celebrating Awesomeness : 100 Years of Singapore Sling

The journey started way back in 1917 at Raffles Singapore by bartender Ngiam Tong Boon.Following the turn of century in colonial Singapore, Raffles Singapore was the gathering place for the community and it was common to see the gentleman nursing glasses of gin or whisky.Unfortunately for the ladies, etiquette dictated they could not consume alcohol in public.The talented Ngiam Tong Boon thus saw a niche in the market and decided to create a cocktail that looked like a fruit juice.Masking it in pink he gave it a feminine flair and together with the use of clear alcohol, he cleverly led people into thinking it was a socially acceptable punch for the ladies.With that, the Singapore Sling was born.And today, as Singapore Tourism celebrates the 100 years of Singapore Sling, it was being an absolute honor to be a part of the celebrations at Shangri La's Eros Hotel,New Delhi.

  • 30 ml Gin
  • 15 ml Cherry Heering Liqueur
  • 120 ml Pineapple Juice
  • 15 ml Lime Juice
  • 7.5 ml Cointreau
  • 7.5 ml Dom Benedictine
  • 10 ml Grenadine
  • Dash of Angostura Bitters
  • Pineapple Slice and Cherry Garnish

The Singapore Sling :)
100 years of Singapore Sling (1915-2015)
Gardens by the Bay : World's Largest Glass Greenshouse Flower Dome

The Singapore Sling ( In The Middle)
The Colourful Paneer Tikkas :)
Fish Starters :)
The yummy chocolate cakes :D

The Pineapple Custard :)

Mixed Fruit Desserts :)

I would rather say, Singapore Sling is not a drink, it's a gateway to the heart of Singapore.The moments spent at the epic night celebrating the glory of 100 years of Singapore Sling, will be forever special to me.Thank you Singapore Tourism for the invites.

Many more years to come. :)

Cheers to Singapore Tourism. :D

Tuesday, 26 January 2016

Bottoms Up Cafe...The Essence of Punjab

It was a wintry Saturday afternoon.We were looking for a place to had lunch.Suddenly one of my friend suggested 'Bottoms Up Cafe' located at Punjabi Bagh.Bottoms Up is an appealing neighbourhood Gastropub that fits humming Punjabi Bagh club road to the tee. Vintage whiskey barrels, Edison light bulbs and lots of rustic wood absorb a rock 'n' roll playlist and plenty of lively chatter. Cocktail Tasting flights vary from basic to esoteric and are highly recommended; also the handpicked menu with flamboyant service may surprise you with their reinvented takes on rustic British classics that often feature locally sourced ingredients.

Welcome to Bottom's Up Cafe
Try those Mocktails :)
Lite Bite Foods, one of the fastest growing and the most dynamic F&B retail company in the country today. Under its umbrella, comes Bottoms up. ‘Bottoms Up’ is a gastropub in Punjabi Bagh, Delhi. Living up to its premise of ‘Bite, Sip, Laugh’, Bottoms Up stands out for its appealing décor, groovy music, peppy drinks and an amazing spread of fusion/authentic Delhi food. Situated at Club Road Punjabi Bagh, Bottoms Up promises to liven up your spirits and gives you another reason to party. The décor is also young, raw and quirky. The place has been designed to spike curiosity that works well as a conversation starter. Bottoms Up lets one connect with friends and start conversation over good food and great drinks in a very relaxed and easy-going ambiance.
The Sumptuous Starters :)
Flavor of Punjab :)
The food menu at Bottoms Up includes some great value for money typical pub fare in the 99 Club Chakhna menu that includes Challi Masala wala, Chop corns, Channa jor garam which go down well with drinks. They also have Air Fryer dishes on offer such as Lettuce wrapped Vietnamese rolls, hand carved vegetable crispies and Country fries. Cocktails at the gastropub vary from basic to esoteric and are highly recommended, also the handpicked menu with flamboyant service may surprise one with their reinvented takes on rustic British classics, that often feature locally sourced. With a capacity to seat 150 people all at once, Bottoms Up is the place for for fun-loving booze lovers and foodaholics alike.

Re-freshness Unleashed :)
Food,Friends and Fun :)
Sweet Tooth :D
Whether it's the Long Island Iced tea or the delicious Amritisari Fish, the Paneer Lababdar or the mouth watering desserts like Bitter Chocolate Rum Raisin Mouse, we had an amazing evening at Bottom's Up Cafe.If you have a tooth for Punjabi cuisines along with some refreshing cocktails, this place is a must visit within a price that suits our pocket.So, what are you waiting for?Go ahead and book your reservations now.Gastronomical Delights are waiting for you. :D

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