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Yes Sir For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Deekshita Baruah | New Delhi | Updated: March 17 2016 11:51 am Classic Social Pizza at City Socialite (Photo: Deekshita Baruah) Related News If you are a South Delhi regular then you probably know by now that other than HKV (that’s Hauz Khas Village for the uninitiated) SDA (Safdarjung Development Area) market is the place to be One of the coolest hangout zones thanks to its proximity to IIT Delhi this place has hordes of restaurants trying to create a niche for themselves; and the latest addition to this list is City Socialite owned by Chetan Giroti Renae and Chef Sumit Tandon A small cosy café bang in the middle of the market City Socialite — conceptualised by two best friends-turned-partners Giroti and Renae — has gradually picked up pace over the past eight months to become a hit with the young IIT crowd The credit for this goes to their impressive menu — a clever mix of Italian Continental Lebanese and Indian Classic Grilled Fish at City Socialite (Photo: Deekshita Baruah) On being asked about their approach to the innovative menu Renae who accompanied us during the meal says “The three of us are crazy about food and we have always loved to try out new things Our passion for food led us to experiment in the kitchen and in this case it worked out well for us because Sumit is a chef and he knows how to get the balance right” Their menu actually boasts of innovative and quirky dishes like the Makhan-eeee (pasta cooked in Indian makhani sauce) and BC Pijja (pizza with butter chicken sauce grilled chicken roasted bell peppers onions and dollops of cheese) Now we love to try out new food but an Indianised version of Italian food is not exactly our favourite We decided to give it a miss and instead ordered for some Chilly Cheese Vada Pao (a twist to the original batata vada placed between fresh buttered laadi pav; accompanied with ghaati masala) and Keema Pav (spicy mince served between fresh buttered laadi pav) for starters What surprised us is that the pav came really close to what a typical Bombay Pav tastes like and is much better than those available at one other popular Indian snack chain franchise from Mumbai Chilly Cheese Vada Pao at City Socialite (Photo: Deekshita Baruah) The credit goes to the chef who makes fresh batches of pav every day But that’s not all we loved the vada as well; and the ghaati masala took us back to Mumbai to a place where Maharashtrian aunties sell their fare on roadside stalls near the beach The only disappointment was the keema which lacked a flavourful punch For the mains we opted for the Lamb Bomber (rosemary-and-garlic-infused lamb patty on a bed of lettuce topped with mayo and cheese) and WAATT The FISH (a crisp fried fillet of fish with lettuce tomato and mayo served with cheesy mustard dip) Classic Social Pizza (olives peppers chicken corn kernels and onion on a bed of tangy tomato sauce topped with Cheddar and mozzarella cheese) and Classic Grilled Fish (English mustard marinated fish grilled to perfection served with sautéed vegetables and a potato mash) Both portions of the burgers were served with fries and coleslaw The patties were juicy and succulent however the burger buns were not exactly to our liking as they were slightly dry But for the price (Rs 170 for the lamb burger and Rs 180 for the fish burger) it was decent enough The pizza was a dampener too but the classic grilled fish was a beauty so much so that it made us want to lick our plate We highly recommend this dish to whoever’s heading to City Socialite next WAATT The FISH Burger at City Socialite (Photo: Deekshita Baruah) To wash all this food down we chose a Belgium Chocolate Shake Berry Frosty (frozen blueberry and raspberry) and Blueberry Margarita and boy were we impressed Yes For us these drinks were the real showstoppers The Belgium Chocolate Shake was rich and chocolaty (as it should be) and the berry drinks were as refreshing as a Summer breeze We ended our meal on a sweet note with Brownie Points (fresh-baked brownies loaded with chocolate sauce topped with vanilla ice-cream and chocolate chips) and it was a delight The brownies stood their ground as a stand-alone item on the plate as well and we bet you can gobble down the brownies as they are without the help of chocolate sauce or the ice-cream Blueberry Margarita at City Socialite (Photo: Deekshita Baruah) With good food a moderately priced menu and a bright and cheery decor City Socialite fits the bill perfectly for a good hangout joint for the youthful crowd The only concern is the space crunch — the outdoor space has a seating capacity of eight and indoors with two floors can accommodate around 40 diners Despite its shortcomings we would still vouch for this place Check it out for yourself Address: C-15 SDA Market Opp IIT Main Gate Outer Ring Road Hauz Khas Enclave New Delhi – 110016 Timings: 11am – 11pm Cost for two: Rs 600 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accusedSS Gawde “revealed” to the media that I was working on behalf of the Maoists to oppose the mines and railway line that are to come up in the Raoghat area of the state To take revenge This is in contrast to the system in place in many other countries such as Bhutan However Here are some details about him Roadies was a dream run that has given me confidence and I am raring to go now That’s when she realised she wanted to do something different in life so that she could have an interesting tale to tell her grandchildren the law will instill discipline) or using other’s accountsher ban and was treated like any other past champion needing a wildcard the police said records the purported conversation of two railway officials discussing the tragedy Prabhu has so far been unable to implement all recommendations of the 2012 Anil Kakodkar Committee Vishwaprasadh “I am worried for my family’s condition his 9 The Narendra Modi government waited for three years It ended winning only seven seats in a 402-member strong UP Assembly and those who won "The Indian voter is unpredictable and I should know given the 2004 elections there is hardly any relief Three Kannada films OmErnest Moniz Massachusetts Institute of Technology Physicist Ernest Moniz appears to be on the fast track to become the next US secretary of energy Moniz received bipartisan praise today at a confirmation hearing held by the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee with lawmakers touting his past experience as a senior official at the Department of Energy (DOE) and his scholarly work on energy policy "You may very well prove to be this rare nominee that generates bipartisan support" said Senator Lisa Murkowski (AK) the panel’s senior Republican "It’s clear you’ve built a lot of goodwill with senators on both sides of the aisle" added Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) the panel’s chair Moniz a longtime member of the faculty at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge was nominated last month by President Barack Obama to become the 13th DOE secretary Already a member of the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology Moniz would replace Nobel laureate Steven Chu another physicist who is headed to Stanford University in Palo Alto California once he is confirmed That approval could be imminent At today’s hearing senators voiced no complaints about Moniz’s nomination and tossed him generally friendly questions on a wide range of issues DOE’s role as a major funder of energy research and the physical sciences got relatively little attention although Moniz vowed several times to use his post to help keep US science on the cutting edge One goal of DOE research efforts he said should be to develop the technologies needed to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions associated with energy use and to help "create a low carbon economy" He also said that he would like to see DOE’s national laboratories "perform more of their work in multidisciplinary teams for multiple years" in order to better complement research at universities and in the private sector Several senators wanted to know how the United States should handle the ongoing boom in natural gas production including whether Moniz thought the country should be exporting more of the gas That idea has drawn criticism from some environmentalists and policy analysts who are worried about encouraging environmental problems or reducing energy security Not surprisingly Moniz declined to stake out a clear position but said that he would learn more about pending export requests if confirmed On the question of what to do about the nation’s growing supply of radioactive waste from commercial nuclear power plants Moniz said he would work to "push forward" the recommendations laid out in 2011 by a federal commission on which he served The Obama administration has blocked further work on a central waste repository at Yucca Mountain in Nevada and the commission has recommended a major overhaul of the process for deciding to how to handle nuclear waste Any changes he noted would require the approval of Congress On climate policy Moniz said he sees creating "a low carbon economy as absolutely critical" He repeated his support for investing in research on capturing carbon dioxide from power plants and pumping it underground saying such "sequestration" technology will be an important part of curbing carbon emissions He said long-term "and I prefer decadal" sequestration experiments would be needed to road test the concept Moniz avoided saying whether he supported the controversial idea of imposing a tax on emissions of carbon dioxide "The administration has not proposed a carbon tax and is not planning to do so" Moniz said "Our principal job is to push the technological progress needed to make a low carbon economy possible" But the United States is probably underinvesting in developing less-polluting energy technologies he said He agreed with studies suggesting that "we are underinvesting by a factory of three roughly … I think there is a lot of evidence that we have a lot more capacity" For example he noted that scientists have submitted many more high-quality proposals to DOE’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy than the agency can fund On nuclear power Moniz expressed support for developing so-called "modular" reactors that might drive down costs and improve safety But there was little discussion of whether companies were willing to build such reactors and whether the government would ever agree to license them Moniz was pushed a bit by Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) on the future of the problem-plagued mixed oxide plutonium fuel plant under construction at the department’s Savannah River Site in South Carolina The government has already spent about $4 billion on the project Scott noted which is supposed to help convert 34 metric tons of weapons-grade plutonium from the former Soviet Union and elsewhere into fuel pellets for commercial reactors But delays and cost overruns have pushed projected costs to nearly $8 billion and US officials have begun to look at alternatives Moniz said he would need to study the matter before deciding whether the project should move forward Wyden and Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) spent nearly 30 minutes asking Moniz questions about long-standing problems in cleaning up nuclear weapons waste at DOE’s Hanford Site in Washington state DOE has spent billions of dollars over several decades trying to prevent a hazardous stew of wastes produced during and after World War II and stored in dozens of underground tanks from leaking into the nearby Columbia River Its attempt to build a waste treatment plant that would trap the wastes in glass logs has faced numerous technical challenges long delays and rising costs Wyden noted that he and Moniz had "some spirited conversations about Hanford in the past" when Moniz was DOE undersecretary under President Bill Clinton and that "DOE still has no acceptable plan for cleanup" Cantwell expressed her frustration over repeated changes in DOE’s approach to the problem Moniz promised to take a fresh look at the science and management issues adding "I’m not out to invent a new theory of these wastes" On the lighter side Senator Al Franken (D-MN) the former Saturday Night Live comedian questioned Moniz’s computational abilities During his opening remarks Moniz introduced his wife Naomi Hoki Moniz saying they had been married for "3983" years Later Franken a faux scowl on his face challenged Moniz’s math and got the MIT professor to admit that the number did contain "a rounding error" Close was good enough for Wyden "The sooner our committee can vote to recommend Dr Moniz the sooner he can get to work" he said in a statement issued after the hearing ? if released away from their territory, said a police official. 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