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Seventeen years is a long time for a restaurant to thrive. It takes a special combination of factors to ensure a successful restaurant; great food, impeccable service, an appropriate ambience, attention to detail and that special ‘je ne sais quoi’,

Summer is here and it’s just as unforgiving as ever. Luckily, restaurants and bars across the city are making it their mission to keep us happy with a collection of new menus, offers and innovations. One of our favourite examples?

Prabhat Dairy has launched a new campaign – ‘ghar jaisa dahi’ featuring preservative free curd or dahi in Mumbai. About Prabhat Dairy Prabhat Dairy is a Mumbai based dairy company that has a range of dairy products in its portfolio

In our neighborhood food guides for Mumbai, we’ve been focusing a lot on South Mumbai. It’s time to move north; here are a few of the best restaurants that you’ll find in the Mahakali caves area in Andheri East. Spend

A few weeks ago, 30 executive chefs gathered together at the JW Marriott in Juhu to discuss culinary trends that 2016 will see. One of the major trends all the chefs agreed on was a focus on healthy, organic fare

Dadar, which used to once be the centre of Mumbai is still an important destination for many a Mumbaikar. It has an expansive residential area, a business hub as well as several restaurants that make it a hot spot for

On 23rd March, the JW Marriott Mumbai Juhu saw the gathering of 30 culinary heavyweights; the executive chefs from Marriott India properties. Holding court at the Lotus Cafe, they served their signature dishes to patrons and discussed and predicted culinary

On Monday, the Maharashtra Government made a surprise announcement regarding their liquor. No, they aren’t getting on the prohibition bandwagon like Tamil Nadu is (thank god!).  In fact, it’s a much safer decision, if you ask us. All liquor bottles in

Every foodie in Mumbai has to have heard of King’s Circle in Matunga. It’s the home of a large community of Tamilians, and therefore is also the home of a variety of South Indian restaurants that dish out authentic dosas,

What are your plans this Sunday, Mumbai foodies? If you’ve not got any yet, why not load up your cars and head North to Gorai beach? We were there last weekend and it was inevitably crowded but, at the same

Yesterday, The Pantry Cafe in Mumbai hosted Chef Shazia Khan for the launch of her first cook book; “What’s On The Menu.” The cook book, which has been published by Om Book International features Indian recipes with unique, varied flavours

Today, Bengalis celebrate Poila Boishak, the Bengali New Year, when families and friends come together to feast, sing and celebrate. Even if you’re not Bengali, today is the perfect day to enjoy an authentic Bengali spread; get your fill at

Tomorrow is a day of celebration for South India; while Tamil Nadu will ring in Puthandu (or Tamil New Year), Kerala will celebrate Vishu, a Hindu festival that marks the first day of the harvest year in the Malayalam calendar.

A couple of days ago, we told you about the #MyMood, #My Starbucks campaign that the uber popular coffee chain has launched across India. Yesterday, with a shiny Starbucks card in hand we took a trip to Powai’s expansive Starbucks

Baisakhi or Vaishakhi, the Punjabi harvest festival and New Year will be celebrated tomorrow. Across India, harvest festivals are celebrated by family gatherings, music and feasting. Even if you can’t travel to Punjab to lose yourself in revelry, you can

Are you still feeling the beginning-of-the-week blues? We’ve got some news to cheer you up; food delivery marketplace Swiggy has tied up with Di Bella Coffee to deliver the chain’s coffee, waffles and other popular menu items to your door.

There are two ways to watch the IPL matches if you aren’t lucky enough to have tickets to watch them live. One: Curl up on the couch at home with some close friends and a massive bowl of munchies. Or,

Did you have to drag yourself out of bed this morning? We detect a severe case of the Monday blues, especially since Friday was also a holiday for most Mumbaikars – it’s oh so hard to say goodbye to a

A few weeks ago, we took you on a written food walk through Mumbai’s Mathurdas Mill compound, a popular locality in Lower Parel that is bursting with restaurants. As a part of our continued guide to Lower Parel’s eateries, here

Tomorrow, many many Indians will celebrate Gudi Padwa, a festival that welcomes in the New Year. Some households in Maharashtra will place a gudhi in their house; in which silver or copper pot is inverted over a long bamboo pole