7. Lassi Punjab and Lassi have been inseparable since times immemorial and will always be. You just cannot resist gulping down a lassi while in Punjab. Although, the lassi, which has a huge lump of malai (cream) in it, is a heavy meal in itself, we Punjabis prefer to have it after a Kulcha or Poori Chhole. Of course, we sleep the whole day after that. And you have a choice of leaving out the malai. The famous Munim ki lassi (Lawrence road) and Ahuja Lassi (Green Avenue) will force you to keep coming back for more.
The Square Of Miracles
The Piazza dei Miracoli was proclaimed a World Heritage Site by UNESCO 25 years ago. The square is not located in the center of the city as you might imagine but to the north-west of the fortified wall, almost out of the town; there probably wasn’t enough space to use at the time the project got underway so this is the site decided upon. Since the times of the Etruscans, the three structures found in the piazza have been considered central to religious life, symbolizing the main stages of a human’s life: the Baptistery represents birth, the Cathedral of Santa Maria Maggiore life and the graveyard of course alludes to death. The square is surrounded by a beautiful green lawn where tourists and university students can lie down and relax in this amazing setting.
Right in the epicenter of Jim Corbett. This resort has cottages designed in such a way that you fall in love with the place right away. Good spacious parking lots-Hospitality spot on. If you are looking for a quite place to spend your weekends, this is the place to be. On the plus side, it's on the river side so you can click great pictures.
Arbor Brewing Company
Going pub-hopping is absolutely imperative when in Bangalore. One of the best among the contless breweries in the city is Arbor Brewing Company India. It is located in the Allied Grande Plaza at Magrath Road, Ashok Nagar. Contact: 080501 44477Happy Hours: Monday 12pm to 11pm
M on the Bund
M stands for Michelle Garnaut, the veteran Australian chef and restaurateur who also owns M at the Fringe in Hong Kong. However, you won’t be wrong to assume that M stands for ‘magnificent’. Located in a historic building with a view, M on the Bund serves an eclectic mix of modern European, middle-Eastern and North African food. Recommended dishes are crisp-skinned suckling pig and salt-baked lamb. Creamy pavlova is a must-try.