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When you believe beyond what your eyes can see... signs from Heaven show up to r
When you believe beyond what your eyes can see... signs from Heaven show up to remind you Love never dies 🎆🎈❣️ #believeinyourself#uzbekistan#abstractpainting#architureart#oldcity#bukhara#lifeinuzbekistan#bluesky#bazar#art
12.11.2018 19:27:47
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Не знаю как Вы, ребята, но я была в приятном шоке, когда в Бухаре на каждом шагу
Не знаю как Вы, ребята, но я была в приятном шоке, когда в Бухаре на каждом шагу (рядом с достопримечательностями), делали, как я его называю "человеческий кофе"! Да, кофе из кофе-машины!!! Ребята! Бухара -респект! ⠀ Почему в приятном шоке, да потому что, к примеру, в родном Самарканде, такого нет! Просто нет. ⠀ А в Бухаре, идёшь по улочкам этим древним, туристы сидят у столиков на улице, аромат кофе "человеческого" - красота! ⠀ Цена вопроса - 15 000 сумов. ⠀ В общем, я была безумно счастлива, что мне не пришлось искать мой любимый "человеческий" кофе, он по всюду там) ⠀ P.S. обидно за Самарканд. ⠀ #uzbekistan#buhara#bukhara#samarkand#likecoffee#coffee#coffeetime#кофеиновыйманьяк#кофе#узбекистан#самарканд#бухара#juliusmeinl
12.11.2018 18:52:43
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🇷🇺 В Бухарском инженерно-технологическом институте учитель высшей математики изб
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🇷🇺 В Бухарском инженерно-технологическом институте учитель высшей математики избил студентов за то, что у них не было галстуков. 🇺🇿 Бухорo «Муҳандислик институти»да олий математика ўқитувчиси талабаларни галстуги бўлмаганлиги учун ўқувчиларни калтаклади. «Қачон? Қачон?» Нима қачон? _____________________________________ #PvB#PvBux#Бухара#Bukhara#Бухоро#Buxoro#Buxara#Узбекистан#Юмор#ташкент#самарканд#humor Наш Telegram: t.me/PvBux
12.11.2018 17:06:52
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Феерическое шоу от Наримана Григоряна #BBS #Bukhara #fashion
Феерическое шоу от Наримана Григоряна #BBS#Bukhara#fashion...еще
12.11.2018 16:18:32
ИЗМЕНИСЬ ПОКА НЕ ПОЗДНО!
А Я ЛИШЬ ПРИЧИНА ОТ АЛЛАХА (Оятилло 1402😊)
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ИЗМЕНИСЬ ПОКА НЕ ПОЗДНО! А Я ЛИШЬ ПРИЧИНА ОТ АЛЛАХА (Оятилло 1402😊) 🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹 ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤ 🍃🍃🍃🍃🍃🍃🍃 🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸 Подписывайтесь ⤵️⤵️⤵️⤵️⤵️⤵️⤵️⤵️ 👳 @oyatillo1402 👳 👳 @Islamic_guraba 👳 👳 @brother_muslim1402 👳 ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ ► Забирайте себе на страницу картинки и видео и не забывайте отметить нас ❁ 🌟✨🌟✨⭐✨⭐✨ ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ 🍃🍃🍃🍃🍃🍃🍃🍃🍃 #библия#мусульманка#мусульмане#нашид#ухтишки#суннапророка#erdogan#христианка#эрдоган#asgabat#хиджаб#ялюблюхиджаб#хиджаб#dushevno#дунья@oyatillo1402#lifedagestan#Nasheed#guraba#bukhara#ашхабад#mecca#uygur#любовьок#sakha#putinteam
12.11.2018 15:58:13
What a picturesque town this Bukhara is! Started off at the Ark fortress and mus
What a picturesque town this Bukhara is! Started off at the Ark fortress and museum then the Bolo Haus and stunning Kalon Mosque and Madarassa with its 12th century minaret. Couldn't resist having another round of plov, but this time Bukhara style served with horse sausage (think the best roast beef you've had and quadruple that with a bit of fat that tasted like pork fat with a fishy hint) at the Magistral Plov Center a little out of the old city. We had some free time, so I managed to visit a hammam (no pics allowed inside) for a nice massage and bath. The last pic is of the bronze statue of the legendary Nasruddin Hodja astride a donkey in the Liyabi Haus gardens who perfectly sums up Bukhara with his hand gesture! #travelwriting#travelwriterlife#ilovemyjob#raulontheprowl#uzbekistanairways#uzbekistantourism#uzbekistan#centralasia#silkroad#bukhara#plov#hammam
12.11.2018 15:31:19
Best friends make your good times better and hard times easier💜
Лучшие друзья де
12.11.2018 15:02:34
카자흐스탄 이후로 5년만에 타보는 구형 Plaskart 침대기차. 3등칸에 온 외국인들이 신기한지 동물원 원숭이 보듯이 한다. ㅋㅋ 농담도 하고
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카자흐스탄 이후로 5년만에 타보는 구형 Plaskart 침대기차. 3등칸에 온 외국인들이 신기한지 동물원 원숭이 보듯이 한다. ㅋㅋ 농담도 하고 장난도 치면서 친해지니 감당할 수 없을정도로 쫓아다니며 말을 건다. 고속철때문에 이 기차도 3년정도면 역사속으로 사라진단다. 지금 아니면 언제 타보겠어~! 그리울거야 #plaskart#buxoro#bukhara#samarqand#samarkand#uzbekistan
12.11.2018 15:01:49
Saya hanya khadam yang menurut perintah bossku 🕌
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Throwback gambar zaman peme
Saya hanya khadam yang menurut perintah bossku 🕌 ... Throwback gambar zaman pemerintahan Raja Habib dulu ... #uzbekistan#bukhara#mosque#mausoleum#museum#king#muslim
12.11.2018 14:34:11
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 14:32:48
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 14:32:31
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 14:32:21
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 14:32:10
Ни один кусок #пиццы не должен оставаться несъеденным!😊 Хотя, мы уверены в том,
Ни один кусок #пиццы не должен оставаться несъеденным!😊 Хотя, мы уверены в том, что такого и не случится! Наша пицца заставит Вас испытать настоящее #наслаждение!😍@cinabonandazza#assafriedchicken#pizza#cheese#food#foodie#foodphotography#еда#пиццерия#бухара#узбекистан#bukhara#uzbekistan
12.11.2018 14:26:25
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 14:19:20
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 14:19:06
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 14:18:51
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 14:18:36
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 14:18:21
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 14:18:07
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 14:17:59
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 14:17:45
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 14:17:28
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 14:14:23
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 14:14:10
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 14:13:54
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 14:13:35
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 14:13:02
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 14:12:53
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 14:12:44
Почти месяц я далеко от скрапа🙈
Наслаждаюсь красотой и колоритом своей любимой #
Почти месяц я далеко от скрапа🙈 Наслаждаюсь красотой и колоритом своей любимой #Bukhara...еще
12.11.2018 14:12:34
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 14:12:33
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 14:12:24
Outside walls of the ark. This is the fortress where the Emir's lived until the
Outside walls of the ark. This is the fortress where the Emir's lived until the Bolsheviks took the town. It was inhabited since the 400s. . . . . . . . . . #bukhara#ark#uzbekistan#centralasia#stans#instatravel#travelblogger#travels#globetrotter#aroundtheworld#travel#wanderlust
12.11.2018 13:59:47
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12.11.2018 13:55:54
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 13:50:44
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 13:50:35
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 13:50:20
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 13:50:09
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 13:49:59
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 13:49:51
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 13:49:40
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 13:49:32
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 13:49:11
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 13:38:35
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 13:38:24
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 13:38:10
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 13:37:56
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-t
Bukhara hardly needs my introduction or praise. For decades it has been the go-to restaurant that has defined Indian cuisine. Yes, it is that restaurant that has led even culinary historians into folly, by them putting a regional restaurant, with a very finite focus, onto the mammoth genre that is Indian cuisine, and then describing it as the best of that class. It is a daunting, harrowing and a gargantuan task. But Bukhara has taken such high praise, misguided as it may be in the first place, in the correct way, and turned what could be an Achilles heel, into well deserved praise. The restaurant has kept its dedicated and narrow focus. It has persevered and successfully preserved its reputation in a trade where trends are protean and customers fickle. It continues to wow and shine bright. Contradicting the industry norm, Bukhara defies its peer, and only gets better in its service and ambience, not by change, but through evolution that is logical. The food maintains consistency and its defining taste. Never bowing to even momentary pressure around trends that could seem too strong to be ignored. In end, it seems to not matter what the moments popular indulgences might be, it is Bukhara that people go to with hunger for comforting and delicious excess. Tandoor grilled meats and vegetables, slow cooked beans (Dal Bukhara), raita (yogurt with onions, cucumber and tomatoes) and tandoori breads have been its focus and mainstay. Like any definitive restaurant that takes itself seriously, Bukhara brings every meal to its correct close, with desserts that are as epic and best in class as the savory foods, upon whose execution, and epic following, it has built its name. How lucky I was to have been dining with Richa @itchotels , Gunjan @gunjankhannabansal , Rohit @therohitbansal99 and Gurjeet at Bukhara this past weekend. It was like homecoming. A memorable feast. #Bukhara#ITCMaurya#ITCHotels#NewDelhi#Delhi#NorthWestFrontier#Cuisine#Eater#Punjab#Delhi#ManjitSinghGill#JPSingh#ImitiazQuereshi#RichaSharma#DalBukhara#Tandoor#Grill#ClayOven#Kebabs#Raita#GulabJamun#RasMalai#Kulfi#Maurya#GunjanKhanna#MenWhoTravel
12.11.2018 13:37:43
📌📚 Посланник Аллаха (мир ему и благословение Аллаха) говорил: «Поистине, есть в
📌📚 Посланник Аллаха (мир ему и благословение Аллаха) говорил: «Поистине, есть в теле человека кусочек плоти который, будучи хорошим, делает хорошим и всё тело, а будучи негодным, приводит в негодность и всё тело, и, поистине, кусочком является сердце».(Бухари) #хадис#ислам#хиджаб#hijab#streetstyle#hidjab#rafaello#fashionblogger#followforfollowback #follow #followme#follow4folow#follow4like#likes#likeme#likeforlikes#likeforfollow#like4likes#like4follow #uzbekistan#black#fashion#design#pictures#photo#фоллов#лайк#нравиться#фолловеры#bukhara
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