No other wedding would have been so closely followed on the Indian blogger’s circuit. Yes, Sidin is now officially off the market. A constant endnote on each of his post is now:
P.S. The wife says hi!
which is kind of cute, since that conjures up images of both of them typing the post together sitting side-by-side. Especially the latest: that surely would have gone through the “censor” :).
WAIT A DOGGONE MINUTE! GOOD GOD! YOU READERS ARE INCORRIGIBLE! DOES A BLOGGER HAVE NO PRIVACY? IS HIS LIFE AN OPEN BOOK FOR RANDOM PERUSAL?
By the way, Congratulations, Sidin!
The Big Chill Cafe is an excellent place. Its decent enough for a family affair, cosy enough for a date, lively enough for a get-together and tasty enough for the aficionados. They serve exclusively pastas, lasagnas, ice creams and pastries. And the wonderful thing about them is you can’t complain about the lack of variety.
The entire place has been papered wall-to-wall with movie posters. In fact, the name of the place is also taken from a movie – The Big Chill.
Its apparently run by a Bengali woman and the people on the floor and in the kitchen, are mainly twenty-somethings from the North-East. The only grouse I can think of is that they do not serve alcohol, but that does not seem to deter the crowds. They don’t make reservations in advance; you can end up waiting upto half-an-hour for a table to get free.
I don’t know how authentic the Italian food is, though my father claims the lasagna bolognaise is not as smooth as it should be. But I can surely vouch for the fact that BC will not leave you disappointed. Try the ice-creams, they are made in-house and are totally out-of-this-world.
To get to BC, go to Khan Market. There are two outlets, one near the MCD-run parking lot, in the same line as Sugar-and-Spice and one in the middle lane, behind McDonald’s. There is another outlet in the middle lane, near the hole-in-the-wall kabab corner.