Thai Naam, Andheri, Mumbai

By Chef Ananda Solomon the doyen of Thai cuisine in the city , Thai Naam offers a luxury dining experience. With a table of 4 vegetarians including a no-garlic person, this restaurant did fine in satisfying us all. Loved the dimsums, spring rolls, the green curry and lastly the not to miss Tub Tim Grob... Continue Reading →

Qualia, Mumbai

Qualia holds up the Rahul Akerkar flag high with the quality of Ingredients. We ordered sides more than the mains as I surely miss good vegetarian sides in the city and these ones were delicious, simple fresh vegetables cooked just right. We loved the loved the peppery hand made pasta, don’t remember the name though... Continue Reading →

Shizusan, Lower Parel

3 stars A very average experience overall. Ups: - edamame dumpling which was 4 star Downs - service was lack luster. Had to ask for water twice before they refilled. Staff was busy closing than serving. - the sriracha Sushi lacked the freshness , I ain’t a sushi expert but there was something amiss. It... Continue Reading →

Yauatcha, Bandra

5 stars Ups Super food Great service with luxury standards Loved the turnip cake, edamame dumpling and the mushroom Cheung Fun Downs - would have loved to see 4 dimsums instead of 3 ... it’s difficult to share when you are two people dining. 😉

And it was called yellow, Bandra

Cozy little place. 4.5 stars Pros Experimental menu with tweaks to classic or a complete new creation Moong wadi salad, the vegetarian Haleem, the Yakhni were exquisite. Gin based kalakhatta was good Good portion size Cons Some desserts need a tweak Oily pumpkin fritters, were super tasty though Limited beverage menu

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