Lemon Leaf keeps Pan-Asia as its compass but blurs boundaries to please Indian palates and does that well. It’s a pleasing, relaxed neighbourhood eatery with plenty of comforting tasty food at very comforting prices.
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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!
Want to take your kids or go yourself to a happy, fun, colourful space with affordably priced food? And to enjoy a child friendly version of Japanese food? Hello Guppy is the affordable fun destination for you.
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Some of the dishes are creatively served (jars and cutting glasses) but right through it’s the casual, no pretentious vibe and the VFM pricing which comes up tops. If only there was consistency in the cooking..
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Here in this definitive showcase of London’s latest and most exciting restaurants, India is shining. In the lush and sprawling Regents park the bi annual “Taste of London” has awarded the seven month old “Jamavar” restaurant the “Best of Taste” award. This fine dine Indian restaurant has been wowing London with Chef Rohit Ghai’s menu which serves up delights from the Royal kitchens of the North and South Indian fare too. Cyrus and Pervin Todiwalas Café Spice Namaste (London’s 22 year old popular restaurant) is drawing crowds. The Todiwalas also continue to raise funds for the needy, support sustainability and fight food waste. It’s a delight to catch up with my old friends and rockstars of the culinary world and to meet the Michelin starred Luigi Taglienti of Lume Milano too. Most of all it’s the flavour of India that thrills. Be it the brilliant young Samyukta Nair’s “Jamawar” or the Todiwala’s “café Spice Namaste” which hosts “khadrass or the Greedy pigs club”, a Gourmet showcase for India’s Parsi heritage. Indeed a yum “Taste of India” in the “Taste of London”.
A couple of weeks ago, I chanced upon such a highly enjoyable, moderately priced restaurant. We drove to India Bistro in Chembur and I’m happy to report that the experience was enjoyable on almost every count.
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