This branch is a full-fledged restaurant that fits a hundred and twenty people, split levelled and panelled in marble, with leather seating and a soaring, neon wall installation.
Sequels have almost always failed in the wake of great originals, but when we spotted its green awning & airy vibe, we knew that this new Woodside was at least going to try.
In a new attempt to rescue their wilting Racecourse restaurant, the Akerkars have swapped their European kitchen for a Nawabi one.
We know it all too well now: that cute cafe that lures you in with its charm but disappoints with pedestrian food & breaks your heart with preposterous prices.
Selling baked goods, dessert & a few mains, LSD follows the same model as Candies, an institutional eatery just a few minutes away.
It opens today, this 1,600 square feet ice cream parlour at Goregoan where you don’t just get single scoops & tubs, but also fondue, waffles, sundaes & beverages.
The Colaba mainstay has a whole new menu with a distinctly Asian bent, as well as plenty of critic bait. Brace yourself, there's a lot of food talk coming up.
The space is large enough to awe you, the marble walls cool you down, the wooden lattice screens sieve your stress, the upbeat music demands a batch of drinks. You like it instantly.
It's is no Louvre, but this new gourmet grocery store definitely treats pretty chip packets and jute spice buckets as prized installations.
Expect to find mismatched white chairs and tenderloin, drinking water poured into cutting chai glasses and mango salad served on sturdy ceramic plates.
This Santorini-style bungalow houses a macrobiotic cafe, a yoga class & a shop that means well. But no shoes (or blues) are allowed here.
The menu here involves treats exported from France, predominantly sweet & savoury Brittany-style crepes. Also summer salads, juices, “Smoozies”, tea & coffee.