Eating It Out @ Pondy

Sharing a post by ‘Mouthfuls from Jhakal’ on our trip to Pondicherry, India last year. Highlights some great places to eat.

Mouthfuls from Jhakal

My second half is bitten by the travel bug and more often than not, we try to hit the road. It’s a really good thing though cuz that means I get to try out even more avenues to eat:-p. I have been to Pondicherry twice and in no particular order, here is the list of eating joints I’ve tried:
  • 1.       Don Giovanni
  • 2.      Le Cafe
  • 3.       Sciro Pizza
  • 4.      Tantos
  • 5.      Baker Street
  • 6.       Bon Bakes
  • 7.      La Dupleix
  • 8.      L’ Orient
  • 9.      Promenade
  • 10.  Surguru

Sharing with all you lovely folks, my take on each of these:
Don Giovanni – yes the name sounds promising and it has its very own Italian chef preparing the food for you. However, the taste is mediocre. We ordered Greek Salad and Spinach and Mushroom Ravioli. The salad was mostly tomatoes while the…

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About TravelKeedey

Indians living in Singapore | #Travel | #Wanderlust | #Vegetarians | #Chaiholics | Balancing full-time jobs with scoots around the world :) Given our current situation, we are not in a position to "quit our jobs and travel around the world". So we plan our leaves, work hard at our jobs and save our pennies to make the travel happen. This blog is to chronicle our journeys and share with fellow travelers. Hope you enjoyed the posts and picked up a tip or two for your own travel adventures. Cheers! Sakshi and Deejay
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