mumbai restaurants

Review: Dishkiyaoon

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Balle! Balle!“Fun dining” comes of age in Mumbai. “Dishkiyaoon” the three month old restaurant in BKC more than lives up to it’s name.

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Review: Cafe Mezzuna

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Here’s a joyous whoop for this brand new, already-packed restaurant. It symbolises Mumbai’s restaurantscape’s most prevalent trend: Moderately priced, Accessible European fare and located in a mall.

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Review: British Brewing Company

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I went to this sprawling Phoenix Mills “British Brewing company” expecting a raucous pub (which it is) a dimly lit bar (which it has) but here’s the surprise “it’s a family restaurant”. And children are not only allowed in “British Brewing company” but welcomed.

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Review: The American Joint

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Caution: do not get misled by the name. This brand new American Joint ain’t got no steaks or burgers et al. It is in fact, (hold your breath) pure vegetarian and focuses on Jain food.

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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.

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Review: 1441 Pizzeria

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I write my review (about South Mumbai’s newest pizzeria) from New York, the city of  some great pizzas.

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Review: Craft Bistro, Deli, Bar

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Mumbai’s SOBO European-gastro-cool comes to the Eastern suburbs. I ate at here twice. Quite recently, when I went back  Craft had mastered it’s craft.

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Review: Farmer & Sons

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Some years ago, there was Nico in Srilanka, that restaurant was shut down and Nico at Fort opened up only to be replaced very recently by Farmer and Sons. I’ve eaten at  all three eateries set up by Nico Ghoghawala and Kamal Siddhu. Here’s our take on their newest venture.

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Review: China Inc

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Surprise! Surprise! Here’s a brand new month and a half old restaurant in Santacruz and it’s not been reviewed anywhere (neither print nor internet).

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