Imagine a room that exchanges windows for psychedelic screens, where ceilings glow & crimson walls undulate like curtains at a Vegas showroom.
With Parisian cafe style seating, mosaic mirrors and a black and white wall mural, EATC is a pretty option for a soup-salad-sandwich lunch.
Colaba’s newest restaurant is fancy enough for fine dine, and yet warm enough to welcome you after a long day at work. Plus, the kitchen here is pure magic.
This is a cafe we plan to visit often, for a quick lunch or sip on a leisurely cup of coffee. If you spot us, come grab a chair – the table’s communal, after all.
Step into this pretty multi-cuisine restaurant, housed in a sprawling old wooden mansion, for food that's a fun mixed bag.
Good Mexican cuisine in Mumbai is a myth. It is therefore with much excitement and some trepidation that we attended this pre-opening food tasting.
The menu at this week-old outpost doesn’t stray too far from the mother ship, except for some new Asian-inspired dishes.
Our meal began with baked Camembert & chicken skewers accompanied by tahini. This dish is pure light, & a fun contrast to the dark & stormy mushroom soup we had next.
A super sexy second production by the Tham brothers, this nightclub launched with a slick premiere and to rave reviews. But let’s not get ahead of the story.
This American import brings the fusion dishes it's best known for: Mediterranean spring rolls, pizza topped with red curry and linguini in Thai peanut sauce.
Ian Kittichai, a celebrity chef with projects in New York, Barcelona & Bangkok, helms this sexy new Thai restaurant at the Intercontinental Hotel.
Get drunk on a date, hang with Sieve Jobs, meet Mumbai's Lady Marmalade and analyze this.