Tag Archive: Review

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

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

3 FILS: EXPERIENCE and FOOD – PRICELESS

There are some restaurants in Dubai who gain popularity and momentum by word of mouth, considered hidden gems until the murmur becomes so loud that everyone hears about it. Well, the arrival of… 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

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

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

The Bhukkad Café : Left Me Wanting More!

There are some restaurants you see promoted on social media which immediately make you think of a friend you want to experience it with. I sure did as soon as I heard of… Continue reading

MASTI: INDIAN DONE RIGHT, DIFFERENTLY!

I got the perfect opportunity to review Masti at La Mer when a friend chose it as our lunch destination over the weekend. One thing I must get out of the way, before… Continue reading

WISE KWAI: AUTHENTICITY IS IT’S SECRET INGREDIENT

We needed to find a place that served Thai, was quirky, had great food, served alcohol, had insta-able (is that even a word!) food presentations and above all a place none of the… Continue reading