Happy Wednesday, foodies! You’re mid-way through the work week and we thought we’d help you start planning what you’re doing this weekend. Here’s a roundup of all the food events in Mumbai you can hit; go armed with a fork and an empty stomach.
The Big Binge Winter Fest
Infiniti Mall in Malad is hosting a weekend festival that combines food, music, celebrity artists performances and a plethora of shopping options. The fest will feature over twelve food and drink stalls.
Gelato at 1 Tablespoon Pizza Kitchen
Italian pizza parlour, 1 Tablespoon Pizza Kitchen is now serving gelato at Rs.90 for a cup.
Sundowner Party at Medittera
Ease yourself into the party season with a sundowner party at Bandra’s Medittera. On 18th November, DJ Prasad will take the stage and play some popular tunes while you enjoy Mediettera’s Mediterranean fare and delicious cocktails.
Ladies Night at Asado The Cocktail Street
Ladies who head to Asado The Cocktail Street tonight will get to enjoy unlimited sangrias and mojitos all night long. Here’s what you can pair your drinks with.
Fixed Price Lunch Menu at The Sassy Spoon
The Sassy Spoon has put together an elaborate lunch menu of some of its signature dishes to save you from trawling through their menu. A full course lunch is priced at Rs.745 and will include soups (french onion soup, white cheddar croute), salads (arugula and beans sprouts), appetisers like Murtabak with chicken rendang stuffing and a main course of confit garlic fettuccine or chicken Kerala tofu. There will also be desserts like carrot cake or hazelnut mousse pastry.
Meanwhile, there’s another set lunch for smaller eateries; at Rs.545, these include soups, salads, sandwiches and a dessert.
The Fryday house
A new Belgian fries bar has opened in Kemps corner; the menu has fries, wedge and even banana fries which can be had with wasabi, rosemary, peri peri and chili chocolate.
Khar will get a new South Indian inspired bar this Friday which will serve cocktails like Cappi Madras, Spice-A-Talam and Chill Madi. Dishes include chicken vepudu and Chettinad idli chili.
Estella is the city’s first Australian restaurant which has replaced Aurus on the Juhu beach-front. Dishes include mushroom tortellini, Tasmanian scallops and pan roasted John Dory.