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Review of Madras diaries

Bandra wanted a south Indian place and it has finally got one. The owners of Madras Diaries have sensed this long felt gap and tried to fill it to the best they could. Fortunately they have got a run down building (which houses other places like Queenie’s Jewels and Stomach restaurant) to set this venture up. If the business has …

Now indulge in some Kolkotta style Puchka’s at Shree Gangour Sweets at linking road.

Shree Gangour Sweets has set up shop at Linking road, very close to National College. The Kolkotta Puchka comes highly recommended here, besides that you could try the Allu kabli and Samosa’s. Chaat Items They have all the regular chaat items like sevpuri, Raj Kachori, chola Batura. For the health conscious they serve multi-grain bread sandwiches and also have a …

Trupti has replaced the iconic CBTL at Linking Road

The time has come for Indian Brands to take centre stage. Most of the coffeeshops have scooted in face of competition from Starbucks. One such coffeeshop to shut shop last year was CBTL (Cafe Bean Tea Leaf). Now the place is occupied by TRUPTI, which is the Indian Brand. This is its 3rd outlet in Mumbai. The first one was …

Review of one of the oldest Restaurants in Bandra – National Restaurant

 It comes to my mind quite often, What is Bandra’s food heritage, we have all these swanky neo-food restaurants serving from Korean, Japanese food to woks and bao’s. There is also a place which serves mostly Salads, but what is Bandra’s food heritage? What kind of restaurants did people visit 30 to 40 years back? In my quest to discover Bandra’s …

SASTA, SUNDAR, TIKAO: ARAM RESTAURANT, BANDRA EAST

This article was is reblogged from Branded Bawi who first published the article here on her blog I have been feeling fairly uninterested to write recently; uninspired, and demotivated. That’s the reason why I have been declining restaurant review invitations left, right and center. And I haven’t been out scouting for new food places. It’s amazing how inspiration can strike you in the smallest and …

The story of sindhu sweets and snacks.

So far the area near Khar station is not gentrified, Other areas of Khar the tall building have replaced the beautiful old bungalows. Also with the advent of Khar social and Happipola it seems that these old places have their days numbered. On my way to Khar station, I have often wondered looking at these restaurants stuck in the 1980’s …

Tharu Mukhi Bandhar, Khar.

Tharu Sweets is a family-run business which manufactures and sells authentic Sindhi Sweets since 1968.The legacy of our business comprises of our constant commitment to quality. This reflects in our endeavour to provide rich delicious sweets made with Pure Desi Ghee. Our history goes back to the year 1920. In this year we had a flourishing business in Undivided India. …

Ramadan Food Trails from ‪Bandra.

They say bandra is a city in itself. People who stay in bandra hardly venture out for any of their needs and wants. From rustic irani hotels serving trademark chai to flashy new age dim-sums eateries, it has it all. How can such a place be shy of any Ramadan delicacies ? From my past knowledge of being a bandraite …

Shatranj Nopoli – Polpo Cafe and Bar

After the ongoing victory of 23 years, with the recent one being the underground industrial bistro The Big Nasty,  Ashok Datwani ‘s Shatranj Napoli with yet another eclectic all day Polpo Cafe and Bar along with its classic Italian restaurant Shatranj fine – dine and Polpo Up – The Gatherings has been launched with enormous chic quotient to it. The …

Amritsari Tadka

From his many journeys to Amritsar, Mr. Pappi Singh always wished to get the flavors of Amritsar to Mumbai and that led to the inception of Amritsari Tadka, a fine dine non-vegetarian restaurant serving authentic Punjabi and Amritsari flavor in particular to its patrons. After the success of Only Parathas, Mr. Pappi Singh’s Amritsari Tadka caters to the non-vegetarians in …

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