Thought Your Bowl of Breakfast Cereal was Healthy? Well, Think Again!


  • Cereal boxes are nothing but processed food
  • They are high in sugar and refined carbohydrates
  • Regular consumption can lead to diabetes, heart disease and even cancer

The moment the urge kicks in to start a healthy diet, out comes the box of breakfast cereals. While they promise a whole lot of nutrients – fiber, vitamins, minerals, etc., most manufacturers don’t quite paint the true picture. Ask yourself, what really is a box of cereals? Yes, they are nothing but processed foods, and we all know that processed foods don’t come without health hazards if consumed regularly. The truth is that we live in a world full of chemicals, and processed foods come with hidden additives that are far from being healthy.Thought Your Bowl of Breakfast Cereal was Healthy? Well, Think Again!

The cereal boxes we pick from supermarket stores high in sugar and refined carbohydrates. Regular consumption can lead to severe health issues in the future such as Type 2 diabetes mellitus, heart disease and even cancer. Artificial processing of cereals by frosting with sugar or chocolate-coating, leads to over-consumption of sugar than the recommended dietary allowance.

So when you believe the advertisements and think you are eating healthy, you may be consuming more sugar than you normally would. We may keep a watch on our sugar intake but the truth is that we often forget that we consume large amounts of sugar when we are indulging in processed foods. Processed food is essentially any food that has been modified from its normal state, mainly for convenience to the consumer. That is why these are also called ‘convenience foods.’


Young children are becoming obese today, which indicates that the problem of over-consumption is very real, especially among the well-to-do in India. The manufacturers are producing breakfast cereals as per the consumer’s preference, but at the cost of their health. Then there is also the issue of misleading cereal boxes labels. The cereal package often highlights the presence of ‘whole grains,’ but on further scrutiny, these are usually in low amounts compared to other unhealthy components.

If you want to eat and live healthy, start paying a little attention to your food. Don’t fall for marketing gimmicks, instead read the labels of the products that you pick up from the stores, looking out for added sugars, trans fats, artificial preservatives, etc. Or better still, resort to home cooked meals where you are fully aware of what it contains and its fresh!


Jalapeño Popper Dogs Are Like Nothing You’ve Seen Before

When I first read about the idea of a Jalapeño Popper Dog, I wasn’t sure how to feel. Don’t get me wrong: I love hot dogs, but I wasn’t sure if stuffing one inside of hollowed out jalapeños was going a little too far. But that’s exactly the point. Dan Whalen, blogger of The Food In My Beard, likes to push the limits. Earlier this week, we published his controversial S’mores Burger, which had half of our readers wanting to vomit and the other half (who know the power of a sweet ‘n savory dish) very intrigued.

These hot dogs are creating another division: Half the Delish team was dying over the idea (“How have I never thought of this?!”), while several others were mildly disturbed at how, well, phallic they look. My response? Get over it, guys! This s*it is legit.

You hollow out the jalapeños — the trick is to find ones big enough to fit a hot dog! — which obviously deseeds them, too, if can’t handle the heat. Then you halve the dogs lengthwise and add a layer of cheddar — then you stuff the dogs inside two peppers. Once they’re nice and charred on the grill, you top with mustard.

If you like jalapeño poppers, you will get super down with these.

15 Iftar meals that keep you satiated and healthy

1. A healthy Ramzan!

Ramadan is a beautiful month that teaches you the best lesson of life-a balance between abstinence and indulgence. Fasting through the day without a single drop of water and then thanking Allah and breaking the bread is the lovely tradition that makes this holy month special. But with increase in lifestyle diseases in the past decade, it is important to eat healthy after a day long fast. Nutritionists suggest that the Iftaar should be a healthy mix of greens, proteins and carbs so that you remain satiated for long and also your body gets the required amount of nutrition for proper recovery. Here is a list of recipes that will keep you filled through the day and also prevent adding those unwanted kilos.

2. Steamed Fish in Banana Leaves

Steamed Fish in Banana Leaves is a South Indian recipe made using pomfret fish, banana leaves, coconut and lemon juice. It is easy-to-make, delicious and perfect for occasions like birthdays, anniversaries and parties. This delicious seafood recipe is sure to be loved by all fish lovers. Apart from being tasty, it is packed with nutritional values too. This fish recipe uses coconut which adds a unique taste and aroma to the dish. The strong flavour of garlic is sure to enhance the overall taste. Make sure that the fish is marinated properly so that the flavours are well absorbed. You can prepare this easy recipe on occasions like family get-togethers, pot lucks or even kitty parties.

3. Grilled Lamb Cutlets

Grilled Lamb Cutlet is a North Indian recipe made with lamb, thyme leaves and garam masala powder. This appetizer recipe is ideal to serve on occasions like dinners. If you love lamb meat, but want to cut down on calories, this super easy recipe is a must try for you. You can serve it in parties as a starter or pack it in lunch boxes. Kids in the family are going to love this delicious cutlet.

4. Grilled Fish with Saute Veggies

Grilled Fish with Saute Veggies is a Continental recipe made from grilled fish and beans served with saute vegetables like asparagus, carrot and tomatoes. It is easy-to-make, delicious and perfect for occasions like birthdays, anniversaries and parties.

5. Tandoori Coconut Chicken

Tandoori Coconut Chicken is an interesting appetizer recipe made using chicken breast, lime juice, coconut cream and a lot of spices. Easy-to-make, this flavorful and delicious chicken recipe can be had in lunch/dinner.

6. Garlic Grilled Lemon Chicken

Garlic Grilled Lemon Chicken is originally a Thai recipe that you can tweak as per your taste. The tang of lemon gives this chicken recipe a unique taste. Do try out this healthy recipe. It is particularly a must try for those who love chicken and want to make it in a healthy way. Pair it with the drink of your choice and enjoy!

7. Fish Iranian

Iranian Fish is a low-calorie preparation that you can try guilt-free. This fish recipe uses very few ingredients that are easily available in your kitchen. Since the fish is grilled and not deep fried or sauteed, it uses very little amount of fat. Fish being rich in Omega 3 fatty acids is one of the healthiest forms of animal protein. Rich in minerals and vitamins, you can happily have fish daily if you cook it the healthy way. In this quick recipe, boneless pieces of fish or fish fillets are marinated in cheese, salt, pepper, thymol seeds and are then grilled on low flame till a fine crust develops. You must use vegetable oil in this recipe so that the basic taste of fish is not dominated. Try out this delectable snack recipe as a starter in home parties or as a side dish with a continental meal.

8. Fish Fillets

Fish Fillets is a quick recipe that can be made in minutes. On days you have a visitor, try out this easy recipe that requires very little preparation. Fish being rich in omega 3 fatty acids and essential oils, vitamins, minerals and protein, this recipe is a must try for all those who are on a low-calorie diet. Made with basic spices, this recipe retains the original taste of the fish that otherwise gets camouflaged in the deluge of spices. You can try this delectable recipe at home on weekends, as a light weekday dinner accompaniment and as a starter or side dish in parties and celebrations.

9. Baked Fish Cakes

A great appetizer recipe, Baked Fish Cake s are made from fish fillets and prawns. This dish has an amazing flavour of Thai red curry, Thai soy sauce and coconut milk, and is one of those easy recipes that you can prepare at home. You can freeze them and use them as and when required. Rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, these cakes are out of the world and a must try for those who love seafood.

10. Egg Salad Sandwich

There can be nothing more filling than an egg sandwich. A right combination of carbs, greens and protein, this is the best thing to have on a busy day. This easy sandwich will keep you satiated for long and will also bring down your cravings. Pair it with the drink and dip of your choice and you are sorted for the day. Rich in nutrition, Egg Salad Sandwich is also an ideal lunch box recipe for kids. They are sure to love it if you pack this scrumptious dish with French Fries.

11. Eggs Florentine

Eggs Florentine is a perfect combination of healthy ingredients. Made with eggs and spinach, it is an ideal breakfast that one can have. This easy recipe makes for a healthy snack as well. Cooking this egg recipe takes a little time but it is worth the effort. This recipe uses canned spinach, but you can replace it with fresh spinach leaves, which of course is a better option.

12. Chicken with Sweet Potatoes and Cauliflower

This delicious chicken dish only calls for what’s easily available at the neighbourhood grocery store. So, you can actually prepare a gourmet dish by putting in very little efforts! Chicken with Sweet Potatoes and Cauliflower is a power packed preparation and a must have for those who are looking for healthy food. You can make this recipe with uniquely combined ingredients on special occasions and on days you want to display your culinary skills. A wholesome preparation, this delectable chicken recipe is a must try for those who believe in healthy eating. Ideal to be packed in lunch boxes, kids in the family are going to love this amazing dish. So, don’t miss out. Try NOW!

13. Shredded Chicken Salad

Looking for a low carb salad which is satiating too? This Shredded Chicken Salad is the perfect thing to have when you are on a diet. Rich in lean protein, vitamin and minerals, this chicken salad is a complete meal in itself and a must try for those who are looking for a healthy recipe. This easy chicken recipe can be made in minutes and is ideal not just for breakfast, but also as lunch or dinner. Try it on days you feel to tired to cook an elaborate meal or on days you are inviting guests for lunch or dinner.

14. Chicken Salad

Most people say that healthy food is not tasty but Chicken salad serves both the purposes. It is extremely tasty and healthy as well. Perfect for a game night or kitty parties, this Chicken Salad is an easy and quick recipe and can be prepared in just few minutes. The best part of this recipe is that you can add ingredients to suit your taste and preference. Few might like to add some dry fruits to this salad and other would prefer adding few vegetables. The choice is yours! Make it look interesting by garnishing with cherry tomatoes or make use of simple egg slices or mint and fresh coriander, this recipe will win all your matches of culinary skills. You do not need to be a cooking expert to prepare this salad and is something you can depend on for your daily diet too.

15. Chicken Ishtu

Chicken Ishtu (or also known as Chicken Ishtoo) is a quick and easy-to-make tasty chicken side dish. Typically served with naans or parathas, it also tastes well with biryani or pulao. The Kerala style Chicken Ishtu uses coconut milk while this version is more popular in North India.

16. Achari Fish Tikka

Achari Fish Tikka is a North Indian recipe made using fish fillets, pickled chillies and yogurt. This snack recipe goes well on occasions like kitty parties and anniversaries. Try this delicious yet easy appetizer recipe!



Adapted from Anya Fernald’s Home Cooked, this recipe for delicate, whole wheat-flecked crackers makes enough to feed a party, or last all week in your pantry. “The key to [their] crispiness is to roll out the dough extremely thin,” the author writes. If the dough springs back at all while rolling, let it rest at room temperature for 5 minutes, then try again. Get the recipe for Olive Oil Crackers »olive oil crackers

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If you’re looking for something easy to complete your hors d’oeuvres next time you’re the host, look no further than these crispy, salty olive oil crackers. They’re the perfect complement to your dips, rillettes, and otherwise crunch-less items. The bonus: these crackers look so dressed up, but they really only come from five ingredients plus just an ounce of patience when rolling out the dough. The recipe’s so straightforward you’ll commit it to memory.

Anya Fernald, whose Home Cooked inspired this recipe, says if you want your crackers to be crispy, you have to be sure to roll out the dough extra thin. It shouldn’t spring back at you, and it shouldn’t feel sticky. Otherwise, with the ingredients essentially being flour, olive oil, and salt, these babies are hard to mess up.

If you’re looking to be a little adventurous, you can always experiment with different flours or flavors of olive oil. You could switch out some of the whole wheat flour for rye to give them a heartier texture. Or use this as an excuse to peruse the olive oil aisle at your favorite specialty store. Whatever you decide, as long as your crackers are crispy, you really can’t go wrong.



Early spring is a trying time in its own way. Winter snow’s a couple months behind us, and it’s certainly warm-er, but while a few new veggies are here for us (see: ramps, rhubarb, overwintered greens), really great produce is still a few weeks and months off. Some of us make do by flying across an ocean to wander through strawberry paradise, but for the rest of us, we’re itching for something to cook that makes us at least dream of warmer weather. Enter: jam pie.

Nothing screams summer like a bubbly, just-baked cherry or peach pie (windowsill optional), but if you’re picky about your fruit and prefer to stick to what’s in season, that makes pie a time-bracketed pleasure. There’s nothing wrong with supermarket strawberries in March, but they don’t exactly burst with berry flavor. You know what does, though? Strawberry jam. And that stuff’s good year-round.Cherry Gateau Basque

Such is the mindset behind this gateau Basque, a.k.a. Basque country pie, in which cherry preserves are encased between buttery layers of dough. Said dough is easy to make: you can do it all in a mixer and don’t have to freak out about potentially overworking the flour, since this crust is more tender and cakey than flaky. In goes the cherry preserves, on goes the lid, and that’s that. Jam pie that’s good any time of year, and with most varieties of preserves—no need to stick to cherries for this. Nor do you even need to stick to this recipe. Use preserves in place of fresh fruit in sugar in any of your favorite pie recipes, so long as they’re double-crusted to keep too much moisture from evaporating as the pie bakes.


You Won’t Believe This Bloomin’ Onion Is Good For You

Is there anything more impressive than a giant blooming onion? It demands attention like no other hors d’oeuvres could. It’s huge, fried, and comes in a form that literally no other food resembles. Not to mention, it’s totally delicious.

There is one catch to this whole bloomin’ bundle of fun. According to a certain fast food restaurant’s website, the bloomin’ onion 1,950 calories — 1,390 from fat. That’s 130 grams of carbs for all you Keto people out there! Now, we’re not the type to count calories but it’s safe to assume that one shouldn’t be getting their entire calorie requirement from one fried appetizer.

Since summer is here and we can’t be cramming 130 grams of carbs down our gullets on the daily, we found a way to make a bloomin onion that won’t jumpstart our bad cholesterol. Introducing: the baked bloomin’ onion! Crunchy, spicy, and like, 1000x better for you!

If you really want to take your bloomin’ onion to the next level, we’ve concocted a copycat sauce that perfectly compliments the sweetness of the baked onion. In honor of authenticity, we used mayo but feel free to sub out for greek yogurt if you’re feeling virtuous.


Impress During National BBQ Week With This Smoky Sichuan Aubergine Recipe

Even the healthiest eaters are happy to throw veg out the window come barbecue season. The sun is shining, the booze is flowing and the only thing anyone ever cooks on the barbecue is meat, right? Wrong.

The grill can work wonders on all manner of vegetables, meaning you can tick off a couple of your five-a-day while enjoying a smoky summer feast. Try this Sichuan aubergine recipe from Andrew Clarke, chef at Brunswick House and fully paid-up member of Tabasco’s #BetterBBQ campaign. We guarantee it will impress your friends and family far more than a charcoal-crusted sausage.

Smoky Sichuan Aubergine Recipe

Serves: 8
Prep: 20min
Cook: 10min


  • 3 aubergines
  • 1tbsp sea salt
  • 200ml olive oil
  • Salt and pepper to taste

For the Sichuan dressing:

  • 100ml light soy sauce (or Tamari for a gluten-free version)
  • 100ml extra virgin olive oil
  • 2tbsp white sugar
  • 1tbsp red wine vinegar
  • 1tbsp Sichuan peppercorns, toasted and crushed
  • 1tbsp cumin seeds, toasted and crushed
  • ½ bottle of Tabasco Chipotle Sauce
  • 3 cloves of garlic, minced
  • 2-3cm fresh ginger, minced

For the garnish:

  • Handful of coriander leaves
  • 1tbsp sesame seeds, toasted
  • 4 spring onions, finely choppedRelated image


  1. Use a flat hot plate or frying pan over the barbecue to toast the Sichuan peppercorns and cumin seeds for a minute until they release their aromas. Allow to cool.
  2. Add the extra virgin olive oil, soy sauce, sugar and red wine vinegar to a bowl. Crush the toasted Sichuan peppercorns and cumin seeds and add to the mixture. Add the Tabasco Chipotle Sauce, then the fresh garlic and ginger and mix.
  3. Slice the aubergines into 2.5cm-thick disks and rub with the olive oil and sea salt.
  4. Grill the aubergine slices on the barbecue on both sides and continue to add olive oil and salt until they turn golden brown.
  5. Place the aubergine on a plate and spoon over the dressing. Garnish with the fresh coriander leaves, spring onions and toasted sesame seeds.


7 Exciting New Dishes in Mumbai You Need to Try, Right Now!

In the perennial Mumbai vs Delhi battle on which is the food capital of India, Mumbai seems to be hurtling to victory this year what with the sheer number of interesting new restaurant openings in that city. It’s a city more open to experimentation than any other in the country, in my opinion. There’s a unique and easy intermingling of various sensibilities in Maximum City that makes it so cosmopolitan. The arty set meets old money meets professionals in many of these restaurant spaces leading to a market that encourages the new and the quirky unlike what you find in many other cities, including Delhi, which tends to stick to what is familiar both in terms of social sets and food.

A pick of my favourite dishes at some of these new restaurants and bars in Mumbai this season:

1. Thai Tenderloin Salad at POH

Delhi’s loss is Mumbai’s gain. Chef Vikramjit Roy, who used to head the kitchen at Tian, ITC Maurya in Delhi, has now taken his unique brand of gastronomy to Mumbai. Roy, a whiz at combining diverse Asian flavours in his spectacular plates, is perhaps the most technically accomplished of our chefs in India. If you go beyond just the way his food looks and tastes, you can begin to appreciate the painstaking and precise way in which he cooks all his ingredients. At POH, there is a whole host of lacto fermentation happening that finds its way into the final dishes. But my favourite is the deceptively simple tenderloin salad done with local cara buff. The meat, however, has been treated in such a way so as to make you think it is wagyu quality. This is very fine cooking only an accomplished chef can bring to the table.

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2. Som Tam at The Blue

The tiny The Blue at Bandra is one of those mom-and-pop spaces that we’d definitely like to see much more of as India’s food scene evolves. However, it is only deceptively mom-and-pop. There’s a large open kitchen where you can see food (Thai and Japanese) being cooked fresh, the prices are low (about Rs 1,000 per head) and you will find the chef ushering you in and waiting on the tables. But make no mistake. The chef-couple behind this space, Seefah Ketchaiyo and Karan Bane, used to be the Thai and Japanese chefs respectively at San-Qi at the Four Seasons. The professional cooking shows. Som Tam, the Thai raw papaya salad, despite being such a simple dish and such a fixture everywhere from wedding sangeets to kitty parties, can be a tricky dish to do. It is also my touchstone for the “authenticity” (a much maligned idea) of any Thai place. At The Blue, they get the balance of flavours, which is the key, as well as the texture of papaya to Bangkok street-side perfection.

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3. Sitting in an English Garden Waiting For The Sun at Slink and Bardot 

It is the prettiest, chicest place in town. Slink and Bardot is warm and intimate, serves French food made from local ingredients in small plates only format and reminds you of those hidden laneways and speakeasies in dining capitals of the world that you have often coveted. The food is pleasant, the bar superlative. Whatever your poison otherwise, this is a cocktails place, quite definitely. My favourite is their Tanqueray, cucumber juice, elderflower concoction. Instead of being syrupy, which is what anything with elderflower syrup turns out to be at most bars, this one is dominated by refreshing cucumber. Homemade lavender bitters spruce up the drink.


4. Soft Shell Crab from Bhimavaram at Toast and Tonic 

Because I am acquainted with the Bangalore outlet, I know quite definitely what I want at the new Toast and Tonic in BKC. The soft shell crab has been sourced from Bhimavaram in the west Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh and is better quality than what you normally find in Indian waters. The crispy dish in a Singapore style sauce is served up with fresh mantou steamed Chinese buns. It’s a small plate but quite satiating.

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5. Eggs Benedict at La Folie Lab in Lower Parel 

The Bandra hotspot is finally easier for Townies to access. The place had acquired quite a reputation for its instagrammed plates, desserts, croissants and Eggs Benedict. We are happy to say that the latter lived up to their reputation, washed down with some artisanal coffee from Indian estates.

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6. Crepes at Canto 

Ever since the seven-year-old Opera House restoration project was completed last year, the venue has been clamouring for attention. But naturally. The charm of the colonial setting, however, is to lend itself to some wining and dining establishments as well as more and more restaurants seek this space. Canto is one of the first. Stop by for a bite and you will find all your comfort staples here-from poutine to baos and everything in between. But try their crepes suzette to take you back to the old world.


7. Mango Cheesecake at Poetry by Love and Cheesecake 

This one is a recommendation by Nonchalant Gourmand Nikhil Merchant. The cheesecake (and café bites) outpost in Bandra apparently had a predecessor in Khar that shut. At the new outlet, while you may go for your fix of standard café fare, Merchant recommends the seasona mango-mascarpone cheesecake as the dish for dessert.

mango cheesecake

8 Interesting Restaurants In Khan Market You Must Try

Set in the heart of South Delhi, Khan Market is every foodie and shopper’s dream come true. A hub of top brands, designer boutiques, upscale jewelers and artisans throng Khan Market, making it the place to head to for picking exquisite items. But that’s not all, it is also one of the most preferred markets in Delhi to catch up with friends and let your hair down. Cozy and quaint or grand and quirky, Khan Market is packed with umpteen bar and restaurants to fill you with the much needed zest. Here are our top picks –

1. Mamagoto

One of the most sought after Pan-Asian restaurant in town, Mamagoto packs some of the most lip-smacking East Asian and Oriental delights. The quirky ambience is an added bonus. Mamagoto literally translates to “playing with food” in Japanese. This ‘play’ of flavours stand out in all the dishes offered by the restaurant. One has to try their Thai Crispy Vegetables, Kungpao Chicken, Coal Fried Egg-Plant and Tempura Shrimp.

Where: 53, 1st Floor, Middle Lane, Khan Market, New Delhi
Cost For two: INR 1800

2.The Chatter House

The Chatter House is all that the name suggests and more. The cozy interiors lined with vintage photographs and journal, bricked walls and lamps would instantly want to make you indulge in an easy round of chatter with your friends and loved ones. And to make the experience even more intimate is its interesting restaurant and bar menu. From picking quick bites like Potato Wedges, Peri Peri Chicken and Pork Ribs to a lavish Indian and Italian main course spread, The Chatter House’s extensive menu is sure to impress.8 Interesting Restaurants In Khan Market You Must Try

Where: 58, 1st & 2nd Floor, Khan Market, New Delhi
Cost For Two: INR 1900

3.Smokehouse Deli

Smoke House Deli in Khan Market is the second outlet of the branch in Delhi after its original in Connaught Place. The quaint vintage space lined with ink sketches on the plush white walls is a sight in itself. Do try their extensive breakfast menu (available all through the day) containing the likes of cereals, granola chunks with honey, seasonal fruits, stuffed omelet, salmon and wasabi. The mains and appetisers don’t disappoint either. Sautéed Tenderloin Lamb Stroganoff , Herb Crusted Lamb Chops, Pan Seared Salmon and House Spiced Smoked Chicken are a must try.

Where: 17, 1st Floor, Khan Market, New Delhi
Cost For Two: INR 1800

4. Perch Wine and Coffee Bar

Known primarily for an exquisite range of wines, coffee and cocktails, Perch packs some of the best salads, soups, and small bites as well. Try their Chicken and Cheddar Melted Gougeres, Norwegian Salmon, Spicy Pork Sausages and Grilled Asparagus with Couscous and Sauce Vierge.

Where: 71, 1st Floor, Khan Market, New Delhi
Cost For Two: INR 2000

5. Big Chill

Ever since its establishment in 2000, Big Chill has continued to be the most popular haven for the sweet and savoury cravings. Renowned for its lip-smacking pastas and sinful desserts, Big Chill fans are only growing in number each passing day. Amongst the ‘must haves’ here are the Chicken Pasta with Piri Piri Sauce, the veggie Penne Primavera, Blueberry Cheesecake, Mississippi Mud Pie and the Belgian Chocolate Shake.

Where: 68-A, Khan Market, New Delhi
Cost For Two: INR 1500

6.Wok In the Clouds

The upscale urban and chic décor coupled with an interesting Oriental-Indian-Continental spread, Wok in the Clouds is all about good quality food and versatility. Try their Coconut Kulfi, Orange and Coriander Mojito, Prawns in Ginger Garlic Sauce, Vegetarian Schezuan Treasure and Sliced Chicken in Black Bean Sauce and head home with a sweet smile.

Where: Shop 52, Khan Market, New Delhi
Cost For Two: INR 2000

7. Town Hall

If the bright and peppy ambience doesn’t fill your heart with joy, trust  the delicious range of Town Hall’s sushis and dim sums to do the trick for you. The highlighting feature of the restaurant has to be its Sushi Bar, curating some of the best combinations of sushi like Mixed Vegetable Tempura, Roch Shrimp Tempura in Sriracha, Yellow Tail Jalepeno in Wasabi Soy and others. The lip-smacking appetisers like Filipino Barbeque Pork  Belly, Tofu Steak and Crispy Lamb are worth their penny too.

Where: 60-61, Near Dayal Opticals, Middle Circle Lane, Khan Market, New Delhi
Cost For Two: INR 2500

8. Mr. Choy

Mr.Choy is a cosy cafe buzzing with quirky birdcage, interesting lamps and paintings. With a menu showcasing an interesting range of bao , sushi and dumplings, Mr. Choy is garnering quite some attention for its flavourful Oriental and Pan-Asian delicacies. One must try the Assorted Dim Sum Snack Bowl, Filipino and Chinese Style Thin Noodles with Black Bean Sauce, Belgian Pork Belly Bao in Barbeque Sauce, Pork Dumplings and more!

Where: 15, Middle Lane, Khan Market, New Delhi
Cost For Two: INR 1300

Where to find Legal Steroids on Sale? 

Many people love dedicated workout, building muscles and get a well-toned body and physique. Taking steroids can help escalate the process. It is not very difficult to get hold of legal steroids on sale. In the United States, these legal steroids are even available without any prescription. As a result many health and fitness enthusiasts buy these legal steroids for their personal use.

Many people take a lot of steroids at a given point of time. This is a process, also referred to as stacking. Although it is quite common for the muscle builders, certain level of caution must be exercised while doing so. In this steroid cycle, only one steroid is taken initially but can be different one from the last cycle.

Do’s and Don’ts of Steroid Consumption 

Before deciding to go for these steroids, it is important to know which steroids can be taken and which can be harmful to the health and may result in a lot of dangerous side effects. Anabolic steroids are not available legally as they may have a lot of negative impacts on the body like hormonal issues, liver toxicity, steroid rage and more. With legal steroids, there is a reasonable advantage and people get good muscle growth in lesser time. Tridenosen and Mesobolin are legal steroids that are quite in use. The latter is one of the popular legal steroids on sale. This is a perfect substitute for anabolic steroids. This steroid is derived from a protein synthesis stimulating plant. When taken, the rate of protein synthesis is high with this steroid. Click here to know more about the availability of legal steroids.

HGH or Human Growth Hormone is also referred as somatropin, nutropin or nutrobal is basically a peptide hormone. This hormone helps in stimulating cellular level growth. This protein carries out several endocrinal functions. This protein gets synthesized from amino acids in the cells. Cell regeneration and cell reproduction is stimulated by growth hormones in animals and humans. In the world of fitness, this hormone is used as a drug that enhances performance. At the same time, it is utilized as an anti aging compound in the non fitness world.

Human Growth Hormone versus Anabolic Steroids

Separating growth hormone from anabolic steroids, the major factor is the use of mitigen in the GH that helps in the growth. A chemical substance, Mitogen helps in encouraging cell growth and division. In case of anabolic- androgenic steroids, it is not so as it usually works on the principle like decreased levels of corisol and increased level of testosterone. Many years ago, the typical weight of body builders used to lie in the range of 80-100 pounds and they did not look as monstrous as they look today, but they used a lot of steroids. In the past three decades, there has been no change in the anabolic steroids. The reason behind body builders becoming too huge is advancements in knowledge, nutrition and workouts. Find out more about legal steroids available in the market.

With this knowledge available, it is possible for people to look for steroids that proves to be beneficial for them without any dangerous side effects.