Get drunk on a date, hang with Sieve Jobs, meet Mumbai's Lady Marmalade and analyze this.
This tiny but lush store in Bandra guards her seductive stock – cinnamon sticks from Vietnam, poppy seeds from Turkey, Mamra almonds from Iran, walnuts from Kashmir.
Designed to resemble a Mediteranean villa with its glassed-in courtyard and art deco balconies, this cafe makes it hard to believe you're next door to the chaos of Janata.
Vineet Bhatia is Mumbai’s current “it” chef, an internationally acclaimed, Michelin starred son of the soil who has returned home to blanch out.
Manned by chef Rodney Kabral under JD, this outpost is as good as the first one. With its large space, swooping ceilings & expanded menu, it might even be better.
Let a lotus blossom cater your party, ask Nina to be your shrink, and help yourself to some organic candy floss.
The popularity of this new eatery is rising faster than the crusts in Ray's Italian stone ovens.
Jiggs Kalra keeps his latest venture away from all the trappings of a mall restaurant and serves up authentic and delicious North Indian fare.
We give you the lowdown on Bandra's swanky new terrace club and Manchester United's official cafe.
This is India's very own P.F. Chang’s, the quintessential upscale mall Chinese restaurant, but with more adventurous food options.
Aer fills a gaping hole in Mumbai’s nightlife – we’re evolving into a city of skyscrapers and we need a real terrace bar to enjoy the view
This new avatar of an old favorite will continue to endure - the fare it turns out is excellent, and its vibe, optimistic and pure.