Tag Archive: cafe

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

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: 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

THE PANTRY CAFÉ: A LITTLE OF PARIS IN BOMBAY

This city has a knack of making me continuously discover and fall in love with it all over again! Any guesses which city? BOMBAY! By-lanes I visited as a kid are now strewn… Continue reading

CRUMBLE: A HEALTHY OPTION

Last week, amidst a crazy work event, I dropped in for a Blogger event at Crumble. Just a hop- skip-and-jump from the Dubai Mall metro station, I was grateful for its location as… Continue reading

LITTLE MORE: WHERE LITTLE IS MORE!

When the word ‘Little’ precedes anything, I realise that it has to work doubly hard to get noticed and find its voice – trust me – I was the ‘little’ one at home… Continue reading

Tom&Serg: Urban Aussie inspired cafe

The story goes: In 2011 the paths of Tom Arnel and Sergio Lopez crossed. Tom from Melbourne (Australia) with a penchant for making good food and Sergio a foodie from Madrid (Spain) took… Continue reading