#BombayFoodies Weekend Fix 15-16-17th May, 2015
Weekend unplanned? Here are a few things you can get upto, this weekend! 🙂
Saturday, 16th May, 2015
Food 101: Food Entrepreneurship Workshop:
Essar House KK Marg, Mahalaxmi from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Calling all Foodies, Home-chefs and Bloggers to a Workshop on how to become a Foodpreneur and turn your passion into profits, with Restaurant Consultant and Entrepreneur, Ravi Wazir. Hear first-hand stories from successful Foodpreneurs and Founder of Kaboom Yohaan Dattoobhai, taste delectable treats by Sucres Des Terres and develop your own Mock Food-Enterprise Concept in this Multi-layered Experiential Workshop.
India’s premier homegrown food festival: Bombay Local at Khar
Gymkhana Grounds from 4pm to Midnight by pioneers in culinary experiences, Small Fry Co.
- 8000 food lovers | 80 stalls | 8 pop-ups | 8th edition | 1 festival: Bombay Local
- Over 80 stalls selling culinary experiences from local restaurants, home-chefs, caterers, bakers, patisseries along with locally sourced, freshly produced, hand-made and artisan food and beverage products and everything local to Mumbai will be showcased under one roof at this festival.
- A Lifestyle Bazaar
- Pop-up studio by LFW Designer Salita Nanda
- a performance stage curated by insider.in with storytellers by Roshan Abbas
- panel discussion with Chef Ranveer Brar and Kalyan Karmakar
- stand-up comedy by Kunal Kamra
- live act by True School of Music
- The Memory Project by food author Rushina Munshaw-Ghildyal
- the Little Free Library Pop-up by celebrity couple Rohit Roy and Manasi Joshi Roy
- summer bar selling fresh summer cocktails dispensed from fruits.
- DIY drink buckets and beer on tap by Gateway Brewing Co.
Bombay Local brings the best of Homegrown food and entertainment to the city’s epicureans.We understand parking concerns so we’ve got free rides by Uber to and from the festival. For festival tickets and to register for various workshops log onto http://www.insider.in and also available at the festival.
For further details log onto http://www.facebook.com/SmallFryCo or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9833714867
Sunday, 17th May, 2015
The Trekurious #OFFMENUSUNDAY Day on 17th May,2015:
Is a restaurant’s menu the final word on dining fare, or just a starting point? What if you’re craving something that’s not on the menu? There are several reasons you might want to order a dish that’s not listed on the menu. Whatever your reason for going off-menu, here is the reason you cannot let go the Trekurious` s #OFFMENU Sunday off your to do list.
On Sunday 17th May, Trekurious is getting six exceptional home chefs to create menus and dishes not usually found on any restaurant menu in the city. This gastro-experience brand proposes to have one such #OFFMENU day every quarter, bringing together all their home chef partners to create a foodie’s dream!
Gitika of PakGhor will introduce you to Assamese tribal food while The Bawi Bride is doing grand wedding feast themed lunch – The Lagan Nu Bhono in a beautiful old Parsi house in Jogeshwari. Poppadum is going on an decadent Arabic adventure with the Malabari Muslim Meal in Bandra East and Roger debuting the memories of his Goan childhood with Susegad Sunday in Vikhroli. Lastly theThe Mighty Maharaj is experimenting with a Mango Thali in south Bombay while Ben the Ramen Ninja of Bandra is going all out to make the perfect pork broth for his Ramen Reverie
Seemandhra Food festival at JW Marriott (Juhu) From 8th to 18th May, 2015: Saffron, the signature Indian restaurant at JW Marriott Mumbai Juhu brings to you ‘flavors from the coast’ with the Andhra Food Festival from 8th May 2015. Chef Naidu, the Executive Sous Chef at Hyderabad Marriott Hotel & Convention Centre will be visiting the hotel to showcase his expertise by preparing an authentic Andhra menu comprising of the best vegetarian, non vegetarian and sea food delicacies from the coastal state. Aratipandu uttappam, Andhra lamb chops, Nellore Chepala Pulusu and Double ka Meetha are a few of his signature dishes which will be served at the food festival for guests to relish.
The specially curated menu has an extensive variety of preparations for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians to choose from. Traditional Andhra specialties like Palak Mokka-Jonna masala (tempered spinach and corn), Dabbalam (traditional red pumpkin stew), Mamsam Pulusu (lamb cooked in broth), Muvva Vankaya (stuffed brinjal with tangy spices) and Andhra Vegetable Kurma will be served. Seafood lovers can feast on Royyala Iguru (roasted andra prawns “coastal style”), Neerulli Lobster (simmered in tangy masala) and Nepore Chapala Pulusu (authentic Nellore style fish curry) to name a few. The menu also comprises of a vast selection of breads and rice preparations and famous sweet preparations from the state.
Restaurant: Saffron, JW Marriott Mumbai Juhu
Time: 7 pm-12:00 am
For inquiries: 022 6693 3225
We also have a few restaurant opening, around the city:
1) Radio Bar:
Address: Ground Floor , Hotel New Castle, Linking Road , Next to satguru. Bandra west. Mumbai 50.
Contact: 022 26499900 / 7700 Timings: 7:00 pm onwards
2) Social TodiMills is now open to all!
Address: Todi Mill Social, CS No. 242, Near Viva Center, Lower Parel West, Mumbai 400013
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India 400013
3) Monkey Bar:
Address: Summerville, Junction of 14th & 33rd Road, Linking Road, Bandra West, Mumbai