At the culinary event's fifth anniversary edition, get the best bang for your buck
As a food writer and critic, I’m constantly quizzed over my latest exploits. While friends and family find it easier to call me and inquire about where to eat and what to order at the restaurant than using restaurant search engines like Zomato.com, I feel extremely nervous and responsible each time I make a recommendation. So when Restaurant Week India (RWI) rolls by, I make sure to remind all the food lovers in my social circle to make a reservation. Not only do prix fixe meals force diners to step out of their comfort zone but they also offer a chance to explore more of the restaurant’s menu in one sitting than à la carte and pass the burden of selection from the guest to the kitchen.