Mumbai,India Located diagonally opposite J W Marriott the Ten One opened a few days back apparently. The place is modern with vectors and caricatures on the walls and the Udipiesque banquette seating is comfortable. The menu on a A3 hardboard is a melange of Udipi fervour and continental awareness. From the Kolhapuri Misal to Bagel... Continue Reading →
For the love of Panchkota sabzi!
Mumbai. India The land of royalty, palaces, luxury, colours, architecture and of course cuisine, Rajasthan truly puts India on the global tourist scene. Speaking of the cuisine, the dry and arid landscape of Rajasthan gave birth to it. Paucity of water, lack of vegetation and hence vegetables got them to adapt resulting in distinct recipes. ... Continue Reading →
A vegetarian in Jordan
Mumbai, India ‘Jordan? Really!’ went my pals on my holiday plans, they thought the vegetarian in me was being too ambitious to make another gourmet trip out of a vacation, the former is always the agenda to say the truth. A quick web search yielded nothing much but for the now glocal Falafel ,Hummus and... Continue Reading →
Sofitel Wine Days end with a vegetarian wine dinner
Mumbai, India Rarely that you would see a Maharaj cooking a pure vegetarian meal and a wine connoisseur picking wines to match! This happened at the Tuskers Mumbai’s only vegetarian restaurant within a luxury hotel where Maharaj Janakidas joined hands with Sanjay Menon the pioneer of the imported wine scene in India to lay down... Continue Reading →
Restauranthesis: 38 Bangkok Street, Fort
Mumbai, India The mention of this vegetarian Asian eatery came up in several interactions at different forums over the last couple of months, the only question they posed to me was, have you been there? How is it? I finally made it on a Tuesday evening. Tucked in a by lane of Fort neighboring several... Continue Reading →
Temple food in Mumbai till the end of september…
Mumbai, India The holy month of Shravan, the Paryushan for the Jains and Mumbai’s favourite god Ganesha for the religious is about, will power, sacrifice and faith. Start September these festivities are in the air and for food lovers like me , these occasions are more about food, food and more food. I still remember... Continue Reading →
Vegetarian food in Bangkok!
Bangkok, Thailand ‘A Vegetarian in Bangkok’ is certainly happening because there are plenty of Indian restaurants and other modern cafes serving you enough vegetarian fare! But when it comes to vegetarian local food it can be a challenge and being a foodie that I am I took up the cudgels to find some vegetarian fare.... Continue Reading →
A Vegetarian at the L’appart, 32nd Floor
Bangkok, Thailand ‘Vegetarian in Bangkok’ is a no-go said my friends and peers , well they were right only if one wishes to try the local cuisine as vegetables are only adjuncts in the main dish which is seafood or meat. Nonetheless I didn’t give up on the hunt for local Thai food and my... Continue Reading →
A vegetarian in German Land !
Mumbai, India I went on a recent 10 day trip to Austria and Germany as a delegate from India for the Austrian Wine Summit 2015. To be honest I did not know what to expect when it came to vegetarian food, I certainly knew that it shouldn’t be a problem however what exactly; was a... Continue Reading →
Vegetarian Indian food paired with wine!
Mumbai, India ‘Economy forced me to become a vegetarian, but I finally starting liking it.’ admitted Mr. A P J Abdul Kalam, ex-president of India, John Cleese the famous British author once questioned ‘If God did not intend for us to eat animals, then why did he make them out of meat?’ and Sir Paul... Continue Reading →
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