Bollywood

Shefali Shah To Open Her First Restaurant In Ahmedabad

Actor Shefali Shah has extended her wings as an entrepreneur as she is all set to open her first-ever restaurant ‘Jalsa’ in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. Shefali will launch the theme-based restaurant in collaboration with Neha Bassi, a hospitality professional, on Thursday. She has personally designed the interiors of Jalsa– from hand painting some walls to cheese boards, to creating an ambience people will love, to working closely with the chefs and sharing her own recipes to give an array of delicacies for every palate. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Shefali Shah (@shefalishahofficial) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Shefali Shah (@shefalishahofficial) Excited about the launch, Shefali said, “My belief is to celebrate life. With abundance of family, friends, food, fun, music, dance and much more and Jalsa is exactly that! It is not just a restaurant, it’s an…

International

Home chef service trend grooming in Japan

Tokyo [Japan] : Restaurants in Japan are facing difficulties due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Emerging as a solution to this, the idea of “In Home Chef” is becoming popular. Under this idea, professional chefs cook at home and people enjoy restaurant-quality meals. But unlike food delivery services, customers can discuss their requirements with the chef when he visits them. “Cooking is sometimes smooth and sometimes not, because situation depends on the available tools in family kitchen and ingredients. Also, when there are limitations of materials it is a challenge to create the menu,” said an In Home Chef. Working parents are also finding In Home Chef service very helpful.It is easy to order using online subscription service in which the chef prepares meals for three to four nights for a fee of about 70 dollars per visit, not including food costs. “The food that…

Health & Lifestyle Travel

Restaurants And Hotels In Italy, Can’t Find Staff

Emerging recruitment difficulties, echoing reports of chronic labour shortages in the U.S., British and Australian hospitality industries, could hamper prospects for recovery in Italy and the wider euro zone. Italy has eased coronavirus curbs and tourists have started visiting the country but restaurants and hotels are facing an unexpected problem since they can’t find the staff. Prime Minister Mario Draghi’s unity government is counting on a robust rebound from last year’s recession, Italy’s deepest since World War Two, and is looking to tourism — aided by the EU’s new COVID-19 pass — to lead the way this summer. But emerging recruitment difficulties, echoing reports of chronic labour shortages in the U.S., British and Australian hospitality industries, could hamper prospects for recovery in Italy and the wider euro zone. “We are in trouble,” said Stefano Giuliodori, who is struggling to hire 12 waiters and chambermaids…