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Tropical Smoothies


TROPICAL SMOOTHIE Café has opened its first outlet in Connaught Place. It claims to cater not only to those who are food-lovers but also those who are health conscious. It offers fresh fruit drink in high-powered blenders with ice. Also available are Banana Banana for Rs.31, Muscle Blaster for Rs151, Iceland Fever Rs.49, anti-oxidant Spirulina Rs.25 and love potions for Rs.25 as well.

Nirula's Nimboo Soda


NIRULA'S HAS launched Nimboo Soda at 28 family restaurant across Delhi and NCR. Priced at Rs.10, it is available in five flavours - strawberry, pineapple, lime, orange and plain nimboo soda.

Portico Temptations

THIS WEEK pamper yourself at The Park, New Delhi with the creamy flavours of fruit-based shakes. Exotic Temptations at Portico offer a selection of cold fruit shakes. On offer are Cool Caribbean, Orange Creamiscle, Chocomint, Yoghurt and Mint and Chocofudge, etc.

The Imperial Festival

UNDERTAKE THE Spice Route, a culinary journey through South and South-East Asia at The Imperial. New executive lunch menu has introduced here. It caters to those looking for a quick business lunch that is also easy on the pocket. Rs.850 plus takes.

You can also relish Homemade Pastas at the authentic Italian restaurant of The Imperial. Rs.300 plus taxes.

The Grand

BEAT THE summer heat at The Grand which brings Chills with Thrills. Available are Iced Teas and Cold Coffees. Priced between Rs.150 and 350. At The Gourmet Shop, take away delicatessen, fresh bakeries and confectionery items at half the price between 9 p.m. and 11 p.m. Meanwhile, the Whiskey Bar becomes the new watering hole during extended Happy Hours from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. every day of the week.

Kashmiri Food

AT The Ashok hotel's Kashmiri cuisine restaurant The Kashmir Club announces dinner and lunch prepared by Arjun and Amit, chefs from the Valley. The cuisine boasts of special blends of local spices, herbs and condiments.

Dominos' Offer


DOMINO'S LAUNCHES all size and crust preference pizzas ranging from the hand-tossed to deep dish beginning from Rs.69 onwards. This summer special offer runs till July 27. The customers get free cokes each time they order a pizza with a garlic breadstick.

Dim Sums Fest

CHEF AND `I', Uppal Orchid's introduces Dim Sum or heart warmer festival featuring Chinese delicacy dating back to 960-1280 A.D. Valid till May 28, the festival offers guo-tie, har-gaw, sui-mao and other dishes with a pitcher of beer for Rs.750. Chef and `I' also offers oriental wines.

Holiday Offer

CHOICE HOTELS, India announces Choice Holidays ranging from Rs.3333 to 10,500 at Manali, Shimla, Mussoriie, Muttukundu, and Jaipur resorts and Inns. The offer lasts till September this year.

Mexican Food

VIVA MEXICO, Mexican food festival is on at Rodeo in Connaught Place. It will last till the month-end. It features new delicacies and an array of desserts. The visitors may also win holiday offers to Kathmandu, Ananda and Naini Tal after filling in feedback forms. The package comes as a result of Rodeo's association with Indian Airlines and Ananda and Sherwani Hilltop.

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