Restaurant Review

Review: Le 15 Café

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When passion and brand come together then magic happens. Like it does, here, in Pooja Dhingra’s Le 15 café.

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Review: TIQRI

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World class!  These two words define this brand new 24-hour-dining restaurant, Tiqri of the Taj Santacruz.

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Review: The 29-Twenty Nine

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Food (vegetarian only) from 29 states of India. All in one new Kemps corner restaurant !

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Review: Star Anise

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Star Anise, or (to put it more accurately) “Star Anees” is the kind  of passion driven, stand alone, small café that I love to cheer on.

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Review: Asian Street Kitchen

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The only pure vegetarian Pan Asian restaurant is The Asian Street Kitchen (ASK). And it’s been magnetizing regulars ever since it opened.

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Review: 145

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Open “noon to moon”145 (the street address of this brand new Kalaghoda restaurant, which replaces Cheval) is a  response to  the diners’ appetites for comforting, affordable food.

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Review: One Street Over

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Attention and affection. This brand new Bandra “One street over” merits both from us. And rightfully too.  It marks the return of Chef Kelvin Cheung who had worked his culinary charms in Colaba’s Ellipsis. Read the rest of this entry »

Review – Miami

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Forever grateful. That’s what I am to all of you who keep me informed about all the holes in the wall eateries (love them). Also all the new ones. Like this one today. Im thankful to Jimmy Thakkar who I met just by chance when I was buying undhiyo, steamed muthiya and Rajkot pedas from his fabulous 18 year old shop in Grant Road.  This is the second new eatery he has pointed me to, so I invited him and Nikunj Patel, his diamond merchant friend to lunch with me. They’re both pure vegetarians.

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Review: Firki

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Playfulnes and color weave their way through the décor and menu. Pin-wheels, graffitti, old-school Indian toys and games; wooden doll collections (including the firki on the walls) signal the meal that is to follow.

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