Although the Delhi Police has since changed their slogan, they’ve introduced a phone app, so let’s hope they can now actually be with you. We discovered the first signs of the new Anita Dongre store, a spanking new fine dining Japanese restaurant and a new Food Hall, and we continue to be fascinated by the NH-8 signage. We know you’re wondering where all the food went. Never to disappoint, we also had two power breakfasts while we brainstormed.
Shanti, Sewa, Nyay | That’s their new slogan, but you’d already know that if you had the Delhi Police’s brand new phone app, available on androids and in the app store. Yes, they’ve done it!
New Jap Kid on the Block | A day at the Manish Malhotra flagship store in Mehrauli and a great Sushi meal make for a day well spent, even if it was just window shopping.
A Vasant Kunj Import | Food Hall Deli has opened shop in DLF Place, Saket, right next to DT cinemas and Hard Rock Cafe. Spread across three different spaces, we promise they’ll address every grocery need you might have.
Mid-day Breakfast Break | While the editorial team caught up, we abandoned the idea of lunch and ordered ourselves an Ivy and Bean breakfast, with a side of free Wi-Fi and the perfect playlist.
Magazine Women | All work and no play makes us awesome. Jobs that involve scouring magazines, yes please!
Keep Calm until Told Otherwise | We know it’s been up a while, but the Keep Calm posters on the NH-8 still catch our fancy every time we make a trip to Gurgaon. We just sincerely wish people did actually keep calm.
Keeping Calm | We decided to take the poster’s advice and attempted to keep calm, with a breakfast on the go at Naashta Paani on MG Road.
Look who’s Coming | Anita Dongre is all set to launch a store at Emporio in Vasant Kunj, and it’s about time! Bookmark for ethereal Indian clothes.