Review: CIN CIN

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I’ve done it again and again. Over the years, studied Italy by traveling on my belly through all it’s twenty regions with their varying cuisines . I call it “the butter equator” ( it divides Italy in two) one half uses more fat and butter and the other more olive oil. And I love both halves. So when I heard that Cin Cin is serving up food  from all parts of Italy, I was excited and  landed up with discerning gourmets.

Read my full review in today’s Bombay Times.

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Raising a toast at CIN CIN with Manasvi and Pragya Jaiswal , Namrata Jaykrishna and Aniket Parikh.  
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