Happy Friday, Mumbai! As always, we’ve got a roundup of food events that will make your weekend that much better. Eat up!
The Unique Gastronomical Tasting Menu Experience by the Troublesome Duo
Head to Magazine Street Kitchen this Saturday to enjoy an 11 course menu rom The Troublesome Due – Chefs Neha Lakhani and Ashay Dhopatkar – who will be serving dishes like Quinoa and Beetroot Patch, Pomme Mousseline and a Tiramisu Cupcake. The duo are working in association with the Cellar Door Team and Dabon International Pvt Ltd and the dishes will be paired with glasses of Chandon. Make a booking here.
High Tea Menu at Tea Trails, Vile Parle
Head to Vile Parle’s Tea Trails to unwind with their High Tea which offers a generous selection of inventive sweet and savoury dainties as well as exotic chais for Rs.1200 (plus taxes) for a group of four. Head here to read more about what Tea Trails at Vile Parle offers.
Celebrate India’s Finest Wines With All Things Nice
A few weeks ago, All Things Nice hosted the fifth edition of the Indian Wine Consumer’s Choice Awards where consumers and judges tasted and judged Indian wines. Celebrating India’s Finest, which will be held this evening at Artisan at the Sofitel, will recognise the winners of the awards; these include wines from York Winery, Sula Vineyards, Oakwood Winery and Soma Vineyards. There will also be appetisers curated by Living Foodz Chef Rakhi Vaswani. The event is priced at Rs.2000, all inclusive; email firstname.lastname@example.org or 9820698883 to book a spot.
Burgers At ZOO Bar
Enjoy A delightful burger with a juicy patty and truckloads of cheese for Rs.185 (non veg) and veg (Rs.1550). If you upload a photo of the burger to Instagram, you’ll get a free mocktail.
Authentic Biryanis at Umraan
Enjoy authentic, Awadhi style biryanis at Umraan like the dum biryani and the bhuna biryani.
Celebrate the Year of the Rooster this February at Dashanzi
Dashanzi, the JW Marriott Juhu’s fine dining Asian restaurant is celebrating the year of the Rooster with some special delicacies like Beggar Spring Chicken, BBQ Roast Duck with Hoisin Sauce served with Microgreens Salad, Singapore Chilly Lobster with Crispy Bun Sticks and Leek Hash and Spicy Soy Chilly Basil Milk. The menu will be available from tomorrow until the 28th of February.
Sunday Brunch at Su Casa
Sup on unlimited beers , sangrias or bellinis while you enjoy a spread that includes over 40 dishes like Eggs Benedict, Brioche French Toast, Asian Seafood Salad and Pan Seared Fish. The brunch is priced at Rs.2200 (plus taxes) if you’re drinking and at Rs.1500 (plus taxes) without alcohol.
Strawberry Festival at Four Points By Sheraton Navi Mumbai
Head to the Four Points by Sheraton in Navi Mumbai for their strawberry festival at Wrapped and Asian Kitchen. The festival includes Strawberry pancotta, Starberry Parfait, Chocolate Dipped Strawberries and the Strawberry Pizza.
Wine And Cheese Festival At Foodhall
Head to Future Group’s Foodhall for their wine and cheese festival with a range of exotic cheeses like gouda, brie and camembert. We’re paying a visit to the festival tomorrow, so stay tuned!
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