Mumbai, India Nice Ambience and space. Went there for a quick biz lunch.  The food the sushi in particular was great, service polite but haphazard and lastly for the portion size and the frills, the place seemed overpriced.

Looking Beyond Idli, Dosa, Sambar

Mumbai, India Trident BKC is back yet again with its ‘Rivaayat’ series, this time Dakshin after a successful Punjabi and Lucknowi.  Shri Bala a financial auditor by profession hails from Chennai has curated a menu spanning cuisines from southern states derived from her travels for work and a passion to cook. The Dakshin Rivaayat runs... Continue Reading →

Ming Yang at the Taj Lands End comes back in a perky avatar…

Mumbai, India Carpeted flooring, Chinese screens, white table cloths have given  way to a more eclectic and contemporary décor at the Ming Yang , a destination Chinese restaurant in the Mumbai suburbs which opened its doors after a five month hiatus on 10th September 2015.  The date coincides or may have been purposely chosen to... Continue Reading →

European Union celebrates #TastesofEurope at Maritime by San Lorenzo

Mumbai, India Maritime by San Lorenzo at the Taj Lands End is in celebratory mood, firstly it  successfully completes a year in India, their first outside of Knightsbridge, London in its 50 year history and secondly it has proudly associated with the European Union (EU), who is showcasing cuisines and produce from the region from... Continue Reading →

Asparagus being celebrated at @Sofitel, BKC, Mumbai

Mumbai, India “Europeans of the Renaissance swore by it as an aphrodisiac, and the church banned it from nunneries.” said Barbara Kingsolver in her book ‘Animal, Vegetable, and Miracle: A year of food life’. Helen Yoest in her 2014 book ‘Plants with benefits’, a horticultural Kamasutra as she suggests also mentions of it fit for... Continue Reading →

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