Satkar Rice Plate –Less Rice More Fish!

Well when one types best ‘Thaali’ of Mumbai, Satkar Rice Plate is a prominent feature of all the lists. This has been on our list for a long time, and we finally got a chance to go with a couple of the Chefs’ friends. Continue reading “Satkar Rice Plate –Less Rice More Fish!”

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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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10 Photos to Sum up Delhi’s Food Culture! (And How!!!)

Well, its time we admit it; Its out in the open but every Mumbaikar wont agree. Delhi has some of the best food this country has to offer, let it be street food or Fine dining — its got it all! Continue reading “10 Photos to Sum up Delhi’s Food Culture! (And How!!!)”

10 photos that sum up our Chefs’ Tamil Nadu trip

After the 17 day trip to Kerala, the Chef left for Tamil Nadu. Making his way from Kottayam (in Kerala) to Madurai (in Tamil Nadu) in an over night bus. Now as much as we think Kerala has some of the best food the country has to offer, we introduce you to Tamil F*cking Nadu. Known as the Temple state, Tamil Nadu has almost a … Continue reading 10 photos that sum up our Chefs’ Tamil Nadu trip

Pa Pa Ya — Modern Asian Bistro

In today’s day and age where everything is going ‘Modern’ or restaurants are confusing people with ‘Fusion’ food, we’d like you’ll to meet the Massive Restaurants chain. One of the most famous brands of the country, headed by the one and only Zorawar Kalra, son of Legend Jiggs Kalra they have some of the best restaurants of the country. With the likes of Farzi Cafe, … Continue reading Pa Pa Ya — Modern Asian Bistro

10 Photos that sum up Chef’s Kerala Food Trip

Kerala also known as God’s own Country and for good fu*king reason. Highest literacy rate , highest female to male ratio, it is the land which has the maximum alcoholics (thus booze is prohibited) and you’re most likely to live the longest here! (Life expectancy) What else? The food is to die for, like literally it is on our top-three best cuisines of the country. The backwaters lend some of … Continue reading 10 Photos that sum up Chef’s Kerala Food Trip

Spiti in 15 photos- all about our trip

Spiti, the lesser known cousin of Leh, the better looking less populated version of Leh and of course a place where the roads meet the waterfall meets the mountain in one harmonious line (It may sound pretty, but its f*cking scary!!) This June, the Chefs sister got married in Manali and the familia with the Foodie decided to go all over the Spiti valley to … Continue reading Spiti in 15 photos- all about our trip

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

Travel Diaries: The Chefs ‘Foodie’ Malvan Coastal Trip part 2

In the second part, the road took me to Ratnagiri- Aarey Waarey- Ganpati Phule and finally Alibaug. Most of the places are unknown, but if there’s one thing I’ve learned is that if the locals are gathering in a particular restaurant or a place those are the must-visit places. I must tell you now only that the Alibaug phase was really boring, maybe that’s because … Continue reading Travel Diaries: The Chefs ‘Foodie’ Malvan Coastal Trip part 2