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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 …

Ramadan 2014 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 for …

DECODING BANDRA’S ‘TEA’ CAFES

This post was first published on Branded Bawi’s Blog here I’ve been a coffee person ever since I can remember. Until a self-inflicted weight loss spree I went on roughly three years ago where I drank copious amounts of green tea. (Eating a pizza and then drinking five cups of green tea, does not ‘balance it out’ FYI.) And then there …

Review of Pack-a-Pav – the Indian burger.

Pack-a-Pav has set up a cute shop at Pali Hill, this is in the same lane which comes down from Pali hill towards candies, take the first right coming down from Pali Hill. (Finding the place could be a challenge). I have been craving for a burger, I didn’t want to spend Rs 350/- for a burger, though technically pack-a-Pav …

I evaluate whats changed at the new Bagelshop, decor wise.

httpss://youtu.be/lzU_j8TVAPI Bagelshop is one of the homegrown coffee shops in bandra, frequented by a very loyal expat crowd and besides its rustic setting, you would catch here anybody from Mumbai’s celebrity circuit. Bagelshop completed ten years, and I guess it was getting a bit dated and this was a perfect time, to renovate and redecorate. The newly done up place …

Is this the best Shawarma in Bandra? – Marinate

Assad Dadan is our Guest Blogger; he blogs at Medium & Rare; this blog post was first published here ‘Purple Yellow Red and Blue’ by Portugal. The Man is playing on the headphones, Windy scenes from the outside and snacking on my preferred delicately wrapped middle eastern wrap from this tiny eatery which I parceled away on my way back. This gem of an …

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 Village Shop Cafe Reviewed.

This is a review sent by Farheen Darwesh, who is a Guest blogger with us.  It was love at first sight for me with this gorgeous little organic cafe.  It’s quite a refreshing change and just what bandra needs, in the motley crew of ape-like Chinese, Italian & fast food joints. The fact that most of their ingredients are foraged & …

HUNGRY DUCK AT PALI – CAN A RESTAURANT FLOURISH WITHOUT MARKETING?

This article was is reblogged from Branded Bawi who first published the article here on her blog Last week post my round of avocado scouting in Pali market, I saw a tiny restaurant nestled away inside Pali village. The Hungry Duck at Pali situated in a tiny lane after Janta bar can easily be missed especially if you’re not proficient …

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