About Faridabad, Delhi NCR
Faridabad of today is world apart from dusty dry patch of factories and warehouses. The city of today is well-connected through skyways, metro and string of comfy cabs. Visiting Faridabad is not such a headache now. The most famous attraction of Faridabad is Surajkund, a 10th century water reservoir built by Tomar king Surajpal and is about 8 km from South Delhi. Besides being a historical site Surajkund is more renowned for its annual ‘Surajkund International Crafts Mela’, which is a melting pot of global handicrafts and culture. Another of Faridabad’s charms is Badkhal Lake, fringed by Aravalli hills and is Haryana government’s latest pet tourist project for development. The city has a lot to offer and day by day is growing into a better version of itself.
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About North Indian Cuisine
Chef Hemant Oberoi has put ‘Masala Art’ on the map of culinary excellence by his keen sense of spices owing to his Punjabi roots. A part of Taj Palace, Masala Art offers to its diners a diverse menu of Indian delicacies with a certain style. ‘Jamavar’ at The Leela Palace is special because of the personal attention it receives from Mrs. Leela Nair. The mouth-watering Malayali food resulting of such dedication adds an extra oomph to the extensive menu. Jamavar is stunning and very opulent. The North Indian fare gains momentum by the arrival of some pretty great restaurants like ‘Dvar Indian Restaurant’. Guided under the sharp eye of Chef Rakesh Sethi, Dvar is a hit amongst the local foodies. Being generously spacious and elegant helps too.
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