If you’re one of those people who can’t do without tadka in your food, then you’ll really enjoy the Indian-Chinese fair served at China Pavillion.
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December’s here! Which means we can officially begin looking back on the year that was; here are the top five food trends of the year, which we think should stick around in 2015.
It's the time to soak in the rains and gobble up some hot, yummy food. Here’s a handy list of rainy season offers, monsoon specials and seasonal menus in the city.
We may not fully understand the meaning and significance of the roza, but we certainly won’t miss the chance to ‘break-fast’ and feast! What and where should you be eating? Read on to find out.
Now that monsoon is officially here and it's time to travel, here is a list of the best eateries on the Mumbai-Pune route to make your journey flavoursome!
Drive a couple of hours out of the city and you’ll find lush, green expanses ideal for a monsoon getaway. I have always wanted to take off to my farmhouse on a rainy monsoon weekend. Sadly, I don’t have one but luckily, the homely farmhouse experience can be easily recreated at one of these private bungalows.
You aren’t doing dinner parties right if you don’t at some point bring out a platter, complete with the blue stinky stuff and some gooey baked camembert. You could just head to Nature’s Basket or Food Hall, or you could try locally sourced farm fresh produce from these Indian cheese makers instead.
Mumbai is home to a very flourishing Keralite community, many of whom settled down here at least a couple of generations ago, bringing with them delicious Malabari food. Here’s a list of recommended restaurants or ‘hotels’, where you are promised an authentic mallu dining experience.
Summer is at its peak and Mumbaikars have begun praying for some rainy redemption. The best way to beat the heat, instead of just heading to the nearest sports club, would be swimming in style at these pool-side brunches.
Safe to say, that Mumbai’s food scene is just as frivolous and fickle as its fashion industry. We may care a little less about our waistlines, but we’re just as eager to welcome new trends! No one’s complaining; change is good. Currently, choux pastry seems to be enjoying the limelight. Still eating a macaron? Sorry hon, that’s so last season!