The way India eats is changing with more and more chefs returning back to the roots and promoting regional cuisine and the concept of farm to table. The audience is clearly warming up to these concepts and as mentioned in one of my previous articles, eating local will never go out of trend. At the … Continue reading AnnaMaya – A Revolution In The Food Industry?
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Pranzo At Celini – Of Italy, Love And Warmth!
It had been a while since I stepped out for a nice lunch date with friends, and if you know me, you'd know that I prefer to go out for breakfast or lunch and keep it light in the evenings with coffee or a light dinner. Since the last few days I've feeling a little … Continue reading Pranzo At Celini – Of Italy, Love And Warmth!
Flea Bazaar Cafe – The Next Gen Food Court?
It was last month that Mumbai's F&B industry started buzzing with the news of the upcoming launch of the Flea Bazaar Cafe in the corporate hub of Kamala Mills in Lower Parel, and of course, the place managed to catch the attention of many a curious foodies. An initiative by The Impresario Group, this is a market … Continue reading Flea Bazaar Cafe – The Next Gen Food Court?
My Tryst With The Keto Diet
The struggle with the body weight is an on-going and a never ending one, and with the profession we are in, it doesn't make it any easier to shed those kilos either. In the last couple of years I've piled on a lot of kilos and it doesn't help that I am an inherently lethargic … Continue reading My Tryst With The Keto Diet
Punjab Grill, Kala Ghoda : A Photo Story
In the ever-bustling Kala Ghoda in Mumbai, the old and new co-exist in perfect harmony. It is here that Punjab Grill - the gourmet fine dining restaurant - has opened it's latest outlet. It replaces Silk Route, an old oriental eatery, and is adjacent to the iconic Rhythm House. Punjab Grill has championed homestyle Punjabi … Continue reading Punjab Grill, Kala Ghoda : A Photo Story
More Than Just Food: A Slice Of Aaheli At The Leela, Mumbai
Mumbai has always been a city that welcomes a wide variety of cultures. This particular aspect is more evident when you look at the city’s restaurants, and the many seasonal festivals that it hosts. One of these communities that have a wide presence in this city is the Bengali community, and you wouldn’t be hard-pressed … Continue reading More Than Just Food: A Slice Of Aaheli At The Leela, Mumbai
Tasting Your Way Through JIA – The Oriental Kitchen’s New Menu
Set in the plush side lanes of Colaba, Mumbai, Jia is an exquisite restaurant that spells warmth and gorgeousness from the onset. The restaurant is located on the lane leading towards the Gateway of India, and the prime location means you certainly won’t break a sweat to locate it. The fine dine restaurant is adorned … Continue reading Tasting Your Way Through JIA – The Oriental Kitchen’s New Menu
#ChutneyDay: Of Saving That Zing!
I have always been the person who prefers pickles over chutneys, but at the same time one cannot deny the place that a chutney occupies in the thaali of every Indian. Growing up I have always preferred the mint-coriander (dhaniya-pudhina) chutney, and I think owe to that to my lack of knowledge of chutneys, in … Continue reading #ChutneyDay: Of Saving That Zing!