Ajit Balgi

We understand food and beverages, we have cooked and we have served before we started to comment!  Ajit Balgi; the Indian Gourmand  is a Dadar catering alum who has worked in India and London for multiple restaurants spanning cuisines and is now a wine and spirit consultant. He also writes features for TOI, Asian Age, Deccan Chronicle, Food Lovers, Sommelier India,  Pursuitist, Living Foodz etc.

Thanks for visiting,

Sante!

acommonmandines@gmail.com

In the Press:

http://www.thehansindia.com/posts/index/Sunday-Hans/2017-08-05/Veg-delights-in-Jordan/317017

http://www.mid-day.com/articles/heres-a-one-stop-survival-guide-for-vegetarians-travelling-to-meaty-countries/18123181

http://www.livingfoodz.com/5-italian-places-mumbai-celebrate-valentine%E2%80%99s-day-2017

http://www.livingfoodz.com/wine-expert-picks-his-five-best-cocktail-places-mumbai

http://www.asianage.com/dining/pair-it-right-943

http://www.pursuitist.in/expert-shares-the-secret-behind-creating-a-perfect-food-and-wine-pairing/

http://www.livingfoodz.com/rekindle-your-romance-with-this-5-course-meal-this-monsoon

 

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9 thoughts on “Ajit Balgi

  1. Hi Sante, You have really great blog. Your reviews for the restaurants will keep bringing me back here. I am very glad that you stopped by mine and helped me find yours.

  2. Excellent place for wine and dine experienced knowledge hub. Kudos!! Now I can digitally check in before experiencing it.

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