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.
The upscale pizzeria has all-new white decor, retaining only a sparkly chandelier and black and white photos from the Jazz age. The music has faded, but these pies are chart toppers.
For a bar that’s trying to get the whole English pub act right, TWM needs to get its basics sorted – beer on tap and better fish and chips. Care to volunteer a recipe?
Have you checked out the new set of knockers on Andheri yet? They belong to a door that’s little & blue, one that actually makes you duck while entering.
No temperamental owners & slow service at this Parsi food restaurant, but no pretty wooden chairs or checkered tablecloths either.
The new all-day eatery, with it's soaring ceilings and happy vibe, is like Kala Ghoda Café on steroids, space, menu, wi-fi and all.
All day eateries are having their moment in the sun & this one, with its outdoor space & palm trees, is the brightest of them all. We can't say the same for the service & food.
The new nightclub replacing Red Light seems like it was designed for people who turned sixteen in 1999 and haven’t grown up since.
Yauatcha is billed as a dim sum tea house, but it's really Hakkasan lite - more casual, less expensive, and a better restaurant than it's older sibling.
At the latest offering from Impresario, sketchy walls, bright red chairs & snow-drenched artefacts make for a pretty picture.