Posts made in November, 2009

  • A Twist In The Tale by Rashmi Uday Singh

    The Times Of India Wine & Dine A Twist In The Tale by Rashmi Uday Singh March 13, 2009 Want to try some smoked salmon thayir saadham? Here’s Indian food like never before. Join Rashmi on her Indian Accent adventure. It happens to me again and again. I hang my head despondently. Be it in […]

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  • Bites Of Heaven by Marryam H Reshii

    Bites Of heaven Talking turkey by Marryam H Reshii Mar 13, 2009 The Manor in Friends Colony West is buzzing nowadays. Deservedly so, for after a long time it has acquired F & B that is worthy of its classy interiors. Indian Accent may be new to the city, but it is the country cousin of […]

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  • No Bull, Just Wine by Sourish Bhattacharya

    Business Today  No Bull, Just Wine Mr. Metcalfe Goes Indian by Sourish Bhattacharyya April 2009   Charles Metcalfe doesn’t jump to conclusions-Kathryn and he went through 27,000 wine and food pairings over seven months for Sainsbury Pocket Food & Wine Guide.  The name Charles Metcalfe will ring a bell for anyone acquainted with Delhi. A […]

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  • Desi at Heart by Reshmi R Dasgupta

    Economic Times   Desi at Heart by Reshmi R Dasgupta March, 16, 2009 Indian Accent at The Manor, New Delhi, localises foreign ingredients and incorporates them into an Indian ensemble- Reshmi R Dasgupta Something about Yulia made me look at her again as I walked into Indian Accent at The Manor hotel last week. Was it that […]

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  • The Wine Magazine by Reva K Singh

    THE WINE MAGAZINE by Reva K Singh Inventive flavours with an Indian accent March 26,2009 Forget your usual watering holes… Flavours? Diva? Smokehouse Grill? There’s a new wine-loving restaurant in Delhi. Hotfoot your way to the Manor Hotel and discover Indian Accent. It’s time to move on and experiment with wine and Indian food. I […]

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  • Crunch Of Parmesan Papad by Meher Fatma

    Indian Express Crunch of  a Parmesan Papad by Meher Fatma May 9, 2009 Indian cuisine’s makeover attains a fun level at this restaurant that rolls out foie gras kebabs and wraps a smoked salmon around curd rice Indian food is becoming haute and playful, sautéed crab and cury leaves snuggle between layers of filo pastries. Tamarind […]

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  • Indian exotic food gets tuned and fused by Uma Nair

    Asian Age Indian exotic food gets tuned and fused – Uma Nair NEW DELHI, March 14, 2009 Ever heard of South Indian curd rice wrapped in a smoked salmon? Or you might want to start with a curious combination of paneer wrapped in a Japanese rice paper. Either way these small plates are melt-in-the-mouth textures invented […]

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  • A touch Indian by Nandini Nair

      The Hindu A touch Indian by Nandini Nair Saturday, Mar 21, 2009   Launch The intimate Indian Accent forges a new path in fusion food The newly opened Indian Accent at The Manor, Friend’s Colony, has the most avantgarde food in the Capital. Familiar preparations are made exotic but never strange. Indian Accent and […]

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  • Set For Chuski Cointreau by Suman Tarafdar

    Financial Express Set for chuski Cointreau by Suman Tarafdar Mar,15,2009 Indian cuisine gets a contemporary makeover with global touches. Remember the Tomato and Mozzarella Kulcha? Or the Lobster Hawa Mahal? Well, the movement is gaining speed. Add Paneer tikka wrapped in a Vietnamese rice paper to the list.Also Roast scallops with saboodana papad and kokum […]

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  • The Manor Born by Sanjiv Bhattacharya

    Business Today The Manor Born by Sanjiv Bhattacharya (April 2009) Contemporary Indian with wine pairings, Indian Accent is a concept whose time has come. Down an endless road in spiffy New Friend’s Colony is The Manor, formerly an Aman owned hotel, now in the sure grasp of the charming Rohit Khattar. Khattar has a string […]

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