On Valentine's Day this year, I fell in love. I didn't expect to, you understand. It happened. Like one those clichés you never expect will happen to you. On Valentine's Day this year, I fell in love. With a Parsi restaurant that has the support of the masses. A sign outside Britannia & Co. says … Continue reading Memories of old Bombay cafés with Britannia
My post on GapDaemon.com Creative Commons Photo Credit: Meanest Indian Mumbai isn’t just a haven for unemployed hopefuls and Bollywood film stars. It boasts some of the most lip-smacking food you’ll come across during your travels. Do remember you’ll be hard pressed to find beef and pork in many places; your best bet is vegetarian … Continue reading Cheap Places to Eat in Mumbai | Gap Daemon
See the full gallery on Posterous An American-cuisine café in Bombay - Indigo Deli - is a slightly upscale place, so make sure you have the rupees to blow before walking in. The ambience of the restaurant is quite interesting - woody seating and dim lighting. Plus, there's a ceiling-to-floor shelved wall full of alcohol … Continue reading Indigo Deli
See the full gallery on Posterous I've never had paan, neither do I have the urge to do so. However, like a true food tourist, I snapped away the making of paan when my father and fui (father's sister) decided to have some. Originally posted here.
See the full gallery on Posterous There is a restaurant in Bombay called Swati, and I do declare they serve some of the best chaat I've ever had. I realize this is a heavy recommendation, but then again, I wouldn't say it unless I completely stood by it, and I do! Those who know me … Continue reading Bombay chaat!
See the full gallery on Posterous When I'm in Bombay, I have to go to the Taj Hotel - it's a ritual and my aunt always takes me. For the first time however, I did not go to The Sea Lounge, which is the only place I frequent there. Their chocolate truffle cakes are absolutely … Continue reading Indulging at Shamiana, Taj Mahal Palace
View Slideshow Download full size (619 KB) This is the branch of Falafels in Colaba. I tried it out but wasn't highly impressed: falafels were too dry and there was something about the taste that put me off...simply can't put my finger to it. I think people used to the quality and authenticity … Continue reading Falafels: Veg Hummus House