Returning To The Fold
The Morning Standard|September 23, 2020
It's always lovely to meet old friends, even if the circumstances are unprecedented. This writer has had a relationship with Impresario restaurants before brands like Mocha, Social and Smoke House Deli (SHD) conglomerated into Impresario restaurants, under the aegis of Riyaaz Amlani.
Shantanu David

With the affirmative opening of Delhi F&B haunts, we floated into the Saket outlet of SHD, we had the pleasure of meeting Shamsul Wahid, Group Executive Chef, and an old acquaintance, who fills us in on what’s happening inside the world of dining out.

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