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I’m so excited to share this with you. Its a Foodies unbelievable dream come true. How would you like to dine at Mumbai’s finest Times Food Award winning restaurants ? and that too at less than half the regular price? Aha! Bet that got your attention, when you read the note with the names of the restaurants you will be over the moon. There are no strings attached. Making this fabulous offer possible (across cuisines and throughout the city) is the one and only Timescity.com, Indias acknowledged leading destination for restaurants, bars, movies and events. And fine dine has always been the prestigious American Express’s national and international forte. And so was born American Express presents Timescity Gourmet week.
FREE DINNERS? Plenty of contests being run on Facebook.com/TimesCity
Twitter.com/TimesCity. Check them out.
BOOK NOW …Do it soon. This offer is only from 15th to 21st September and its already getting booked up.
It’s the American Express presents Timescity Gourmet week. Amex card members are getting priority bookings, several extra discounts. But ALL of us are fortunate enough to be able to partake of this Gourmetweek. What you waiting for? Log onto http://timescity.com/gw asap.
Wow! What a starcast of participating restaurants … Japanese (Wasabi, Kofuku) Chinese (Yauatcha, Royal China, Golden Dragon, China House, Mainland China) Thai (Thai Pavilion) European (Zodiac Grill) Italian (Vetro, Celini, Trattoria, Lorenzo) to Indian (Dum Pukht, K &K, Dakshin. Saffron) to Coastal (Konkan café, Gajalee, Trishna) Bengali (Oh Calcutta) Tex mex (Sanchos) Modern Indian (Masala Library) Souk, Shiro, Cheval, Goa Portugesa, Rajdhani, Tuskers, Amadeus, Diva, Levo, o22.
Please look carefully. No! its not a genies lamp ( spewing smoke) that you are seeing in the photo. But I still held it in my left hand and clicked the camera with my right hand. Reason? This liquid nitrogen smoke is at once a symbol of magic and science that Mumbai’s latest progressive Indian restaurant uses to coax surprise, taste, texture from it’s dishes….
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