bars in mumbai

Review: Kode

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Gutsy. Inspired. Innovative. Kaleidoscopic. Cutting edge. Quirky with quality… those are some of the ways to try and decode super achiever Zorawar Kalra’s “Kode”.

Read my complete review on: https://www.whatshot.in/mumbai/critics-review-zorawar-kalras-kode-gives-as-much-importance-to-the-bar-as-to-the-kitchen-r-9846

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Review: House of Nomad

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We welcome this high energy gastro bar with low prices (average dish Rs 450), compact global menu (some dishes need to be fine tuned), expansive list of wines and innovative cocktails.

Read my complete review on: https://www.whatshot.in/mumbai

Review: Tamasha

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Delhi based Priyank Sukhija and Apeksha Kapoor having taken Delhi by storm are all set to roll out many more mega fun-dining restaurants. Its Tamasha time folks. Balle balle!

Read my complete review on: https://whatshot.in/mumbai/critics-review-lower-parels-tamasha-isnt-just-for-those-looking-to-party-the-food-is-pretty-dramatic-too-r-9833

Review: Summer House Cafe

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Here is one more restaurant that focuses on everything except food (alas!)  It offers a cocktail of gigs, karaoke, live music and of course cocktails.

Read my detailed review on: https://whatshot.in/mumbai

NEW, NEWER, NEWEST

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Exciting times. I continue to research (read eat) my way for our very own Times Food Guide. I eat at Kala Ghoda’s brand new modern Indian “Hitchki”, and get to know about meatilicious “Boston Butt” there from Micky and Jay Dalal. From dining at well-know TV chefs (Vicky  Ratnani’s The Korner House and Jamie Oliver’s Pizzeria) to “Ministry of Salads” in Warden Road, BAD café in Bandra , Goila’s butter chicken in Andheri and a rocking night out at “Play the lounge” I do it all. Chef Himanshu Taneja of JW Marriott’s superb Pan Asian Dashanzi to Mahindra’s healthful “Saboro” in Churchgate. I dine in Iconic old retaurants which have got new chefs ( Chef Francesco Francavilla delights in Vetro as do Chef Rohit Chadha and his expat chefs in Golden Dragan, Yet to dine at Chef Xi Xi Ling’s Mekong) Chef Alessandro Persico’s Celini is as good as ever. I check out Udippan Chakravorty, Ananda Solomon’s successor’s  “Thai Pavilion” and “Trattoria”. As a policy I do not accept preview invites and dine only after the restaurant has opened to the public. There are several such, about-to-open, including Aditi Dugar, chef Pratik Sidhu’s “Masque” (Mahalaxmi) which has interiors by Ashiesh Shah and has  been making waves even before opening. Exciting times ahead.

P.S. A REQUEST Should you  have dined at any brand new restaurants, please do share with me (Instagram, twitter @rashmiudaysingh, emailrashmiudaysingh2017@gmail.com)

Review: Sequel Bistro & Juice Bar

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Would you like to ‘Recharge’? Get an ‘Unbeatable Glow’? If you’ve answered ‘yes’ and are a believer in healthy, gluten-free, sugar-free high-quality organic food (cold pressed juices et al) then head to Mumbai’s first ever bistro solely dedicated to this.

Read my detailed review on http://www.whatshot.in/critic-review/sequel-bistro-and-juice-bar-r-9374

Review: Havana Cafe & Bar

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Are you excited by food? By travel? Does the very name “Havana café” propel you to come rushing to it in Colaba, in the hope of being transported to Cuba? It had that effect on us, we rushed here but alas! The food was anything but Cuban. But boy! Was I transported? Not to Cuba but to the most undiscovered gems in India.

Read my detailed review on timescity.com

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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