Hailing from the Capital, this is a hub for bad snacks and good international beers, including Murphy's Irish Stout, Super Bock and Stella on tap.
The spice is organically certified and packed in super cute jars with bright yellow tags that look like postal stamps. Wish you were here!
Your meal will be pricey; they don’t serve paella; and the chef’s dishes like patatas bravas and gambas must be tried. Along with a tall order of a gin, of course.
These are authentic pies, apparently taught to the staff by an Italian sanyaasi who took special permission from the temple head to travel to his homeland, where he trained in the art of pizza-making!
This Mumbai outpost of the popular Delhi restaurant offers Nizami fare so rich that sitting down at the table is enough to induce a coronary.
This once-a-month casual bar session is fueled by a group of bibulous folk who know & love their drinks. Tim Judge, cocktail consultant & a certifiable “cocktail geek”, is their leader.
We're happy to report that opening day went off without any glitches in the service department, a welcome contrast to our experience at the Lower Parel launch.
After selling Santé and taking a two year hiatus from cooking, Milanda’s back with four home kitchens and a new party catering service named after herself.
Lulu's Facebook page is dangerous, showcasing vanilla cupcakes filled with champagne and decked with strawberries; chocolate versions with spiky cream marigolds; and ones that look suspiciously like roses.
Complete with a graphic novel library, kick-ass reading room and café to match, Leaping Windows is the caped crusader saving Versova from boredom.
If this wincingly expensive "New American" restaurant is meant to be an unfinished thought, then inside its head we must take you.
While this burger shop pitches its grub as “gourmet”, you’ll still find a fast food set-up, self-service trays and mass produced burgers wrapped in wax paper.