Kerala in Baner!

In repeated posts we’ve been suggesting and pushing the need for good regional food in our cities. Even though there is a huge crowd that is a big fan of Butter Chicken and Naans, there is a sort of revolution happening now. The surge in regional food restaurants, who just concentrate on the food and not the nonsensical plating is on the rise. Kerala cafe … Continue reading Kerala in Baner!

Porto and Poie, Juhu

Newly opened place in Juhu, created quite the buzz before being opened. We were invited for a tasting so here’s our say — Goan food should be homely, comforting and frankly speaking a no frills kinda meal. Porto and Poie isn’t the first attempt at ‘fine’ Goan food, O Pedro opened late last year and it didn’t compare to its sister Restaurant Bombay Canteen.   … Continue reading Porto and Poie, Juhu

Savor Experiences: LUNCH TIME!!!

Mumbai is a city where people are really on the move; its competitive, fast and in this race against time its comes as a breath of fresh air when a company known and reputed in the food industry brings to us sort of ‘Gourmet’ lunch delivery system. Continue reading “Savor Experiences: LUNCH TIME!!!”

Cooking made Sexy: Mutton Curry with Coconut and Cashew

We are on to our 6th dish now, and the South Indian influence continues. This time we are doing a really heavy Mutton Curry with Coconut and Cashew from the warrior clans of Coorg. Along with Coconut and Cashew we will also be putting Khus-Khus (poppy seeds) to give the curry more balance and depth of flavor. Continue reading “Cooking made Sexy: Mutton Curry with Coconut and Cashew”

Vegetable Kuruma, Kerala Style

This Kuruma, is very much like the one we get in the Northern part of the country. The base gravy is of onion, tomato and cashew with the addition of coconut milk. This is another light dish from down south and goes really well with Kerala Parota, Rice or even dosai, so for our 5th recipe we’ll be doing a really quick recipe for a vegetable Kuruma. Continue reading “Vegetable Kuruma, Kerala Style”

Cooking Made Sexy: Kudala Curry

Well breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and this simple Kudala(Black Channa Daal) curry is what you need to push start your day. Not only is it really simple, Kudala curry along with Puttu (Steamed log shaped Rice cake) has been voted as the healthiest breakfast item in the recent past worldwide! In this recipe we are going to eat it with a Dosai, which is as healthy. So for our fourth installment of Cooking made Sexy we are going the vegetarian  and healthy route with this simple curry. Continue reading “Cooking Made Sexy: Kudala Curry”

New Menu: Peshwa Pavilion at ITC Maratha

Now everyone knows that the ITC is the leader when it comes to great tasting, simple food. They stick to the traditional methods of cooking and maybe that’s what makes them so damn good. Let it be The Bukhara’s or the Peshawari’s there is some kind of magic in their Indian Food which has kept these restaurants at the top of the best restaurants of India.  Continue reading “New Menu: Peshwa Pavilion at ITC Maratha”

Bruchin’ in the Sky at Asilo

Winter has come, and the temperatures have dropped around the city. This makes it a perfect setting for all hungover (or not) people to head out for brunch in their light gowns and flip flops! Set a-top 40 floors is Asilo, a party place for the young and not so, has become a perfect setting for a winter brunch held every Sunday. We were invited … Continue reading Bruchin’ in the Sky at Asilo

Smoke House Deli — Best Casual Dining in Mumbai?

In today’s day and age when every second place opening in Mumbai is a bar, or a “Modern” take on some f*cking cuisine, we ask you BombayFoodies; Is SHD the best casual dining joint there is? Has it stood the test of time, keeping up with the latest trends of the food industry? Have they bowed down to the level of ‘Resto-Bars’ that are popping up all over Mumbai? To find out what we think do continue reading 😀

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Steak and Veg

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