Ever since our Chef has left Bombay for Pune, life seems to have become simpler and easier. Only problem is that Pune isn’t very Sushi friendly and as a result the Japanese restaurants are few and far between. Continue reading “Shizusan — Great Sushi in Pune”
Malaka Spice is in the restaurant industry for 20 years, still strong and innovative, its something one aspires to be. Starting of in the by-lanes of Koregaon Park, Pune this restaurant has grown leaps and bounds in the last 5 years and has now opened 4 outlets in Pune. Continue reading “Malaka Spice – Baner, Pune”
Brazilian food? In Pune? We Mumbaikars must be really thinking twice before heading to a place like this isn’t it? But in Pune this place is slaying! Winning awards, serving class meals, great cocktails and now has also opened up in BKC, Mumbai. Continue reading “Boteco — Brazil in Pune!”
Yes, yes this one has come too late, frankly speaking the Chef doesn’t really like Goa or Goan food. He’s never really had a reason to visit Goa as the three times he went before were with his school friends in the 10th grade and then twice with his parents. So this time around the Foodie took him to places which we are sure even the biggest “Goa” lover didn’t know of. We had 5 days and a lot to pack in, the main area we decided to hit were Palolem — Cotigoa and Panjim — Dudhsagar. Continue reading “Palolem and Panjim”
Bangkok baby!! Can one even imagine a City that can do justice to its name especially if its two syllables are sexual to the core! Party, Shopping, Food, Sexual activities, Sight seeing you name it, and its there in Bangkok. We recently got back from our 6 day trip and want to share the things we did (well not everything ofcourse, Meow!!) with you so that it can help you plan your trip to BKK as well! Continue reading “Bangkok and Koh Samet in 15 Pictures”
Everyone’s favorite, Mamagoto (Bandra and Fort) is bringing back their old fav dishes back, but its only if you ask for it. Whats Happening? Well regulars of Mamagoto were a little disappointed when their old classic favorites were taken off the menu for a newer menu. So the team decided to make a “Can you keep a secret” menu where they’re them bringing back. Menu … Continue reading Sssshhh… Mama’s gotta Surprise for ya!
Prawn Roast is perhaps Kerala’s most famous and liked dish. The have a roast version for Chicken, Fish, buff and Prawns which is spicy and goes really well with their local Arak called Toddy.
When people hear the term Mussalam they automatically think of the Raja’s of Rampur, royalty and a heavy AF dish that they will take forever to make and finish eating. Well its partly true, but we’ve come up with a simple recipe for the basic Mussalam gravy and have used an entire Surmai in our dish, but it can be replaced with Potato, Snake Gourd, Chicken and even Mutton.
We are finally hitting double digits as this is our 10th dish and we’ve gone back to basics, South Indian Food. Now everyone knows the humble Dosha, its a breakfast item, it can be stuffed with potatoes and made into a Masala Dosha, add a little Rawa in the batter and you get the crispy Rawa Dosha.
As Mumbai’s food outlets keep increasing, it gets ever so difficult for restaurateurs to come with different themes, menus and ideas so that the people get something different every time. Continue reading “The Stables, Marol”