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This is a story about two people, who love food and it has driven them to wander around this city, trying out almost every food outlet. Be it expensive or cheap, the little ones or the big guns, we will help the people of this incredible city know, what to eat and where to eat it. We cover every restaurant that has just popped up or has been there for a while and help people rediscover the city’s old world charm. This is a story about a foodie and a chef and we are “The Bombay Foodies”

The Bombay Foodies, are not judging a restaurant nor are we promoting anything; we just love food and want to make sure the people of Mumbai enjoy it too. (P.S. if you do want us to promote your restaurant, We the foodie and the Chef, are willing to eat free food and get drunk in your restaurant)

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  1. There can not be a more suited combination than a chef and a foodie to review everything edible in Bombay (no pun intended). Results are unbiased, tolerant, and far from opinionated opinions. Keep up the great work, and keep the town jogging for hogging.

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  2. Hi it seems I have been looking you you guys all my life. I am just a big foodie like you guys and wander around this city, trying out almost every food outlet be it Aaram VadaPav at VT to Seven Kitchens at Parel. I would like to join your gang which really seems fun. I would not mind financing our excursions on regular basis. Anything for good food and good company !

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  3. Hi, I am a big foodie like you guys and would wander around this city, trying out almost every food outlet be it Aaram VadaPav at VT or Seven Kitchen at Parel. I would like to join your fun gang and would not mind paying for our excursions !

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    1. Hey Belgian Foodie!

      Bombay is a huge city, so here’s a breakdown of the food scene area wise (Depending where you stay).

      South Bombay: Fort, Colaba, Chowpatty, Mohamed Ali Road etc

      1. Brittania for Parsi Food (Fort) — Open only for lunch. Do try their Berry Pulao, and Salli Murgh. (expensive)
      2. Ankur/ Trishna/ Apoorva/ Deluxe (our choice) — For Kerala and Seafood specials. Have their authentic South Indain Fish items. (Ankur and Apoorva have a bar as well. Trihsna is aminly a regional food place. They are expensive. Deluxe is cheap and best!! Lunch or Dinner. All are in Fort Area
      3. Thaker Bhojanalay or Hotel Castle/ Martins — For quick cheap and filling lunches go to Thakers (Kalbadevi), its pure vegetarian and has an unlimited thaali. For Goan food go to Hotel Castle (Princess Street) or Martins (Colaba) Great Pork!
      4. Chowpatty (beach Side) Bade Miyan (Colaba) — For late night or street food eats. these are over rated but try if you are in Mumbai.

      Central Side — Lower Parel and Bandra Kurla Complex. Here are the expensive and posh restaurants.

      1. Bombay Canteen — Mumbais best restaurant for local Indian Cuisine (Kamala Mills, Lower Parel)
      2. Farzi Cafe — Molecular Indian with high energy bar concept. (Kamala Mills, Lower Parel)
      3. Gajalee or Jai Hind Lunch Home — For maharastrian/ seafood. Great lunch spots both in Lower Parel
      4. Pa Pa Ya or Shizusan — For Sushi and all things Pan Asian. Both in Phoenix Mall Lower Parel.
      5. Social / Hitchki — BKC. For partying it up and cheap drinks. BKC (Bandra Kurla Complex)

      Suburbs/ North Bombay —

      1. Bastian/ Jamjar — Great mix of food and booze. Bastian is where all the bollywood celebrities hang! (Bandra)
      2. 145/ TAP/ JLWA — for partying it up Bombay style! (Bandra)

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