From a conversation with Coffee by Di Bella's Rahul Leekha to the ultimate bowl foodTeam YS
Call it your Joe, Java or Jitter Juice, when it comes to coffee, like most people in the world, you want the best. Coffee by di Bella aims to bring you the best in the business. YS Weekender caught up Rahul Leekha, Director, Coffee by Di Bella to know his daily grind and his weekend pursuits of swimming and travelling across the world.
The world in your bowl
Whether it’s the traditional ramen noodle, a comforting khichdi, or home-style Maggi with a gourmet twist, the one-bowl meal has nestled in the heart of the foodies across the world. Today’s one-bowl wonders have taken on a very celebratory and gustatory form, with each bowl packing quite a punch. Be it at fine-dine pan-Asian restaurants, or Indo-fusion gastropubs, every bowl is now quirky and innovative.
The many shades of Sanjay Mishra
He was the sarkari pencil-pusher in Office Office and the wisecracker art teacher in Hip Hip Hurray. Recently seen as the financially and socially troubled father of a girl caught up in a scandal in Masaan, meet actor-comedian Sanjay Mishra. He has been essaying nuanced roles in Indian cinema and television for the past 25 years.
High spirits in Mumbai
Get ready as Mumbai hosts some of the best-distilled craft the world has to offer. Lovers of fine liquor can attend The Vault Biennale, a two-day festival celebrating distilled craft from across the world. It will showcase some of the best luxury beverages by hosting over 20 international masters, distillers, mixologists and storytellers on a single platform.
Proust with Akshaya Jaipurian
Having completed his Master of Science in Supply Chain Management, Akshaya Jaipurian launched luxury home textile brand Vayu with his Co-Founder. Here are his answers to our Proust questionnaire in which he talks about his loves, his regrets, his achievements and much more.
From the church to the stage
Pastor turned standup comedian Sandesh Johnny talks about the comedy space in India, his career and his ongoing one-month-long tour with Rajasekhar Mamidanna, and Bhavneet Singh, performing in a different city, every day. The Hyderabad-based comic believes comedy clubs will help upcoming talent in the comedy space.