It's the way I think
I hate to fight but I love to argue
I don't want to be on the spotlight but I hate to be ignored
I don't want everything but I want what I wish
That's the way I am
That's the way I will be
That's so me...
We the delhites usually landmark a place by the name of a food joint (arreyy !! mein nathu halwai wali gali mein hoon ).Every place whether its MNC or a Central Secretariat office is having there famous food joints. Some of the owners of these food joints owners (who are having there food joints right in front of a prominent office ) are earning more money as compare to normal working class. When it comes to food, Delhi has a mixed culture. Complete with an interesting influence of Mughlai, Punjabi and North Indian cuisines, Delhi boasts to be a gastronomes delight. Offering a whole gamut of Dhabha's (lunch outs), low budget or elite hotels and even street food joints, Delhi is defiantly a place to satiate even the most hardened taste buds with its authentic culinary delights. No wonder a place is usually determined by its food. E.g. JNU is famous for its lips smacking Keema Parantha , Chacha Chole Bhatura in Kamla Nagar , Pakoda wala near by Reserve Bank Office. Every food stall tells a story, moreover these are the places where the scope of grapevine communication is at its peak . I am sure, the employees of the company might not be knowing so much about a company but a tea vendor near by your office will be aware about its policies and controversies.