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”

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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

Awadhi Food Festival at Jeon, Sea Princess

The first thing that comes to mind when we take the name of Hotel Sea Princess, has to be Trilogy or amazing location by the sea or even their Poolside Parties! So when we were invited for their Awadhi Food Fest, we were a little apprehensive. But again and again, we come across the saying “Don’t judge a book by its cover!!”

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Mutton Shorba

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BONO – The Boutique Ice-Cream place

In a world where Macaroons are having a sea-salt and caramel flavor, Eclairs are being dipped in 80% Madagascar chocolate why hasn’t there been an ice-cream with bacon in it? Or perhaps Ice-cream with Blue Cheese? Well look no further BombayFoodies, we introduce to you BONO, a boutique ice-cream store where the unthinkable (when it comes to flavors) is happening. The Chef: Chef Alyssa Chesson, … Continue reading BONO – The Boutique Ice-Cream place

Pukhtan-E-Jyran Festival and Upcoming Menu

Jyran at Sofitel, BKC has somewhat become our Foodies’ top places to go eat good North Indian food in Mumbai. She went for their Iftaar Menu last year and really liked it and now was called for a traditional ‘dum‘ cooking festival called Pukhtan-E-Jyran. Chef Shadab has dug deep into his collections of old recipes which use slow cooking and ‘dum‘ preparations to come up with this menu … Continue reading Pukhtan-E-Jyran Festival and Upcoming Menu

Mewar Food Festival at Tuskers, Sofital BKC, Mumbai

A few days ago the Bombay Foodies were invited to check out the Mewar Food Festival at the famous Pure Vegetarian restaurant of Sofitel called Tuskers. This was a part of Sofitel Mumbai’s attempt to pay tribute to the ‘Make in India’ Week offering its guests rich culinary treasures from the vibrant states of India. Now, we all know Bombay Foodies are avid non-vegetarian eaters. But … Continue reading Mewar Food Festival at Tuskers, Sofital BKC, Mumbai

The Korner House, Khar, Mumbai

For those who are unaware, the famous Nido has been replaced by The Korner House at Union Park, Khar. We tried out The Korner House last Tuesday and were pleasantly surprised by the whole experience. It all starts with the ambience – chic, classy and extremely cosy, this place is ideal for a romantic date if you need ideas for V day. Kitschy chandeliers, candles and … Continue reading The Korner House, Khar, Mumbai

Oh:Cha Kitchen & Bar -Casablanca Sparkling wine brunch

A couple of weeks ago, we were told that Oh:Cha has decided to enter the rink of beautiful brunches along with some sparkling wine and Asian delicacies. They had me at Asian food cos there is nothing else in the world I want more than unlimited gyozas to fulfill my dream of a happy belly. The menu stated some names which I had to google, … Continue reading Oh:Cha Kitchen & Bar -Casablanca Sparkling wine brunch