Gitika Saikia’s home-dining venture Gitika’s Pakghor is known for creating awareness and educating Mumbai about the unexplored cuisines of the North East.
NRI by Atul Kochhar is a great place to meet at after work with good food, great prices and a casual ambience to make you come back often.
The BaoWow Festival at The Fatty Bao has much to recommend it. With a huge selection of flavourful fillings there’s a bao for everyone – meat lovers, vegetarians, sea food fanatics, porkaholics, everyone!
Tucked in a quiet corner of Kamala Mills Commercial Estate in the busy Lower Parel business district is Sky View Café. The ambience conforms more to a diner than a café, and there isn’t much of sky to view that could justify the name. The food, however, is fabulous! The menu has a selection of Italian, Middle […]
Banana Leaf greets you with antique style wooden lattice doors with little brass bells and huge dancers masks and serves you an excellent meal with a variety of choices.
Sid Khullar chats with Chef Matteo Arvonio at the J W Marriot, Mumbai, and finds a fan of Bengali cuisine and his exciting plans for introducing a host of new Italian flavours to his Indian patrons.
Quench All Day Bar and Café has pimped up bar food with lots of cheese thrown in. After a point, almost all the food tastes the same. We suggest you visit the place for the music and the vibe it exudes, and you will enjoy it just fine.
The vada pav is a street food that’s most commonly associated with Maharashtra and is available on almost every street corner in cities like Mumbai.