Category Archive: lunch

BAYROUTE: A TRIP THOUGH THE MIDDLE EAST

I have always stayed away from Middle Eastern food (will call it generically Arabic just to simplify my life) when I visit Bombay as it is a cuisine I often indulge in in… Continue reading

FLEA BAZAAR CAFÉ: CONTEMPORARY FOOD COURT

When its time to catch up with friends in Bombay, I always have one criterion. I need to eat at a place I haven’t dined before. Flea Bazaar Café has been around for… Continue reading

NARA Pan Asian

Festivities continue well into the new year especially when you have friends who have been away enjoying well deserved holidays over the actual festive season. So when three of us decided to band… Continue reading

BAKU Café

For the last many years, my husband and I have made it a tradition to go out to lunch on January 1st and try and new cuisine. So, this year, as I was… Continue reading

TORO + KO

It was going to be one of our last social meals in 2018 so thought why not try Toro + Ko at Citywalk 2. Spanish food is not necessarily my favourite cuisine but… Continue reading

Lady Baga: Go gaga over Baga

Let’s be honest. When you think of a Goan shack your thoughts will conjure up images of a place to unwind and have some fun, perhaps with a drink in hand. Food here… Continue reading

LIMA Dubai: Where eating is a joy

For our annual office Christmas lunch, we had a choice of three very different cuisine restaurants to pick from, none of which got a majority. So, to be fair and impartial, we put… Continue reading

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

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

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