Review

Review: Harry’s Bar

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Kudos to Harrys bar of Singapore origin, for not resting on it’s international laurels and getting Chef Vicky Ratnani and mixologist Shatbi basu to infuse newness into the food and drink.

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Review: Kakori House

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I could give you many reasons to brave the traffic snarled Grant road to get to this no-frills, fairly new eatery. But I’ll start with this: Superb value for money kababs, haleem and biryani.

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Review: Colaba Social

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A gamechanger! And boy! What a gamechanger… quirky,  workplace, bar, hangout, buzzing, comforting … words which normally do not fit together but do so here in a comfy, tight hug. One more “bullseye” from the restaurant maestro marksman Riyaaz (Mocha, Saltwater café et al) Amlani.

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Review: Hoppipola

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I admit. I love happy people, happy movies, happy songs, happy books and ofcourse happy restaurants. And this brand new Parel restaurant aint just happy, it’s “hopp”ingly happy.

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Review: Joss

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We’re rejoicing. Or should I say “re-Joss-ing”?  Here’s a Mumbai restaurant which redefines “standing the test of time”. Having magnetised foodies in Kala Ghoda for eleven years, Joss shut down only to be reincarnated as the modern “Joss by Farokh Khambatta” in Santa Cruz.

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Review: Villa Vandre

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Villa Vandre sharply reflects a few of the most  rewarding developments in Mumbai dining over the  25 years during which I’ve been tracking the restaurant scene (at a time when foodwriting was considered low brow ) . Now more than ever, I find principled, distinctive cooking in places where I wouldn’t have expected it before:  in the postage stamp sized Villa Vandre.

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Review: Hotel Sunny

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Here is the kind of restaurant which makes my entire work as a foodwriter exciting. Hotel Sunny in Chembur is no-frills, inexpensvie and serves the authentic flavor of Kerala! Read my full review on TimesCity.
http://timescity.com/…/south-indian-restaurant-hotel…/102627

 

 

REVIEW: Eat Thai

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Many surprises ahead! “Love Thai neighbour” is the tagline to Bandra’s latest Thai eatery and guess who says “Kap Kun Khap” (bon appetit)?  Its my charming French (you read that right, one is an expert on Thai food) lunch companions.  The question is will you love Thai neighborhood, casual, modern eatery too?

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Review: The WOK

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Wok speaks to the moment’s casual ethos. Instead of plates, your food is served to you in cardboard boxes.It is a grab and go refueling station for the office-goer and shopper. Does home delivery too.

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