Category Archive: Food Travels

SODABOTTLEOPERNERWALA: KEEPING THE BAWA BHONU (Food) FLAG FLYING

For most of my life I have been identified by as a ‘bawi’ – my mother is a Parsi, and I have been told I have a few of the Parsi features (my… Continue reading

TYPHOON SHELTER: TOOK ME BY STORM (clichéd I know.. but couldn’t help it)

I simply fell in love with the name. Typhoon Shelter. Since the name intrigued me enough – here is the back story – there is an area in Hong Kong called Causeway Bay… Continue reading

212 All Good: Perfectly Good and Healthy

A friend in Bombay always seems to suggest restaurants whose food I pretty much enjoy – she of course has done a recce of the place and only if it passes her standards… Continue reading

FOOD TRAVELS: JAIPUR WALKING FOOD TOUR

When you think of Rajasthan, besides the palaces and desert – the one thing that has always come to mind is the food. I have written about the food I had in Jodhpur… Continue reading

FOOD TRAVELS: JAIPUR

Let’s be honest. There are certain types of holidays where all you want to do is ‘nothing’ – none of that touristy stuff of monuments, historical walks and of course those mandatory selfies.… Continue reading

FOOD TRAVELS: JODHPUR (RAJASTHAN, INDIA)

I have for the longest time been enthralled by visions of Jodhpur – the blueness of the houses stark against the backdrop of sienna, brown and tan. The city of Jodhpur has eluded… Continue reading

THIRD EYE CAFÉ: BRILLIANT INITIATIVE THAT NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT

Being away from home (Bombay) has made me crave Indian news even more. I need to know what’s going on, especially in Bombay and that is when I came across an article in… Continue reading

FOOD TRAVELS: BOMBAY

Bombay is a city that gives me more reasons to fall in love with it (if that is even possible!) every time I visit. Growing up I was very fussy about food (my… Continue reading

FOOD TRAVELS: NEPAL (PART 2)

My foolhardy decision to agree to trek up to Namche Bazaar (Nepal) to get a glimpse of Mount Everest, was in hindsight the best decision I made. It wasn’t easy (especially for a… Continue reading

FOOD TRAVELS: NEPAL (PART 1)

I demanded a holiday. Seeing Mount Everest was on my husband’s bucket list. Put the two together and you get destination NEPAL. That was the easy part. The question we needed to ask… Continue reading