Among life’s inevitabilities are death, taxes and the evolution of the restaurant sector. In the 16th century, cafes popped up in Constantinople — social places fuelled by strong Turkish coffee and tobacco. A little later, roadside taverns were first ... The Financial Chronicle, 2 weeks ago
The LaLit plans to market its iconic Indian food restaurant Baluchi separately and take it abroad too. IMAGE: Baluchi, The LaLit, London. Photograph: Kind Courtesy www.thelalit.com. The LaLit Suri Hospitality Group is trying to do with its pan-Indian restaurant Baluchi what diversified conglomerate ITC had once done with its iconic Bukhara restaurant, carving out a separate identity and taking it to foreign shores. "Baluchi will have its own identity, its own website. The marketing and ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
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