High Tea with Kishco at Smokehouse Deli, Mumbai
What is the best way to spend a monsoon afternoon? Well, for me, one is to seat through a comfortable drawing room, sipping hot beverage and having an interesting conversation with someone who has not just authored 10 successful books but is also running a successful business. I am talking about Namita Jain, the Managing Director, Kishco Limited, a fitness specialist and author.
It was a perfect high tea setting on a lazy rainy afternoon, to witness the launch of two imperative projects introduced by the heritage cutlery brand, Kishco. The splendid and elegant range of cookware titled - The Kishco Innochef and a fun animated film on Dining Etiquette were highlighted at the event.
The event was held at perfect ambiance The Drawing Room, Smoke House Deli, Pali Hill, Bandra.
Namita Jain took the guests through her journey of introducing two very innovative concepts under the legacy-driven brand, Kishco, which she referred as the Rolce Royce of the cutlery and dining ware.
Here's what we relayed that day to our wider audience on Twitter. Just in case you missed it, check it out here. Do follow me on Twitter @numerounity for more such live updates!
That's the lovely Namita Jain, MD @kishcolimited talking about her journey this far #ArtOfCooking pic.twitter.com/9e44rvdnjx— Ekta Khetan (@NumeroUnity) October 4, 2016
Manners introduce you, before you introduce yourself. Says the graceful Namita Jain at @kishcolimited #JoyOfCooking meet at @SmokeHouseDeli— Ekta Khetan (@NumeroUnity) October 4, 2016
Catch them young! Teach your kids #dining etiquette at young age.#HealthyLiving #ILoveKishco @kishcolimited#LifestyleBlog— Ekta Khetan (@NumeroUnity) October 4, 2016
Here are some capture from the day-
To give you a glimpse of the warm setting that team Kishko had for the bloggers and media. If you love European dining set up with a casual flair, do check out The Drawing Room at the Smokehouse Deli, Bandra.
The Team Kishko with their new product range.
And that is the lovely Namita Jain from Kishco.
The session throughly addressed the imperative knowledge of dining etiquettes in children and the response of students from the participating schools in Mumbai. She is leading a noteworthy approach wherein Namita and her team consciously decided to inculcate this habit across the spectrum of schools, on pro-bono basis.