Malta, a picture-perfect island country in the central Mediterranean Sea, is actually an archipelago of three islands comprising Malta, Gozo and Comino nestling between Sicily and the North African Coast. Hence, you could also take a boat across to Sicily and combine it with your trip to Malta. There is so much to see and do on this island, but there are some things that … Continue reading Hideaway island paradise
While hordes of tourists from around the world are flocking to the sandy shores of Goa this time of year, what a treat it is to get it right at your doorstep. Restaurant maverick AD Singh’s newest eatery Lady Baga is a slice of Goa’s shack culture bang in the middle of Mumbai. Interiors Expect plenty of flower-power, The Beatles, free love and peace out, … Continue reading A Goan rhapsody
Eleven years later, this fantastic little hole in the wall and basement Japanese Izakaya eatery based in Marylebone and still there, has also opened its doors in a flashy new location. Run by four ex-Nobu colleagues, Dinings SW3 recently opened on Walton Street, Chelsea. Interiors The restaurant has been transformed from an artist’s studio in a Grade I listed building with beautiful arched windows, high … Continue reading A new Japanese indulgence!
In the tony neighbourhood of Breach Candy, Mumbai where everyone is super-fit and super-trendy, it is surprising that no clean eating restaurant had made its way like it has mushroomed all over the suburbs. Candy and Green, brainchild of 25 year old Shraddha Bhansali, now has changed that. Not only is it vegan, but they also believe in ‘zero mile produce’ – growing their own … Continue reading A wonderful vegan rooftop diner
It’s a place where art, man and nature intertwine. Sculpture parks have been famous in cities like New York, France, Norway and Japan – an attraction for art lovers and tourists alike. Now, the Government of Rajasthan in collaboration with Saat Saath Arts will be launching India’s first sculpture park at the Madhavendra Palace, Nahargarh Fort in Jaipur on December 10. The idea is to … Continue reading India’s first sculpture park
The star behind this small Indian restaurant in Kingly Court, London – Darjeeling Express, is Asma Khan who is known for hosting pop-up restaurants. Well, she is now here to stay and not just pop up! I pretty much devoured most of the menu (of course not alone!); all the dishes conjuring up nostalgia of being back home in Mumbai including getting served Limca. Interiors … Continue reading The culinary Darjeeling Express
Welcome to chocolate heaven! Out here not only will you find the most beautifully designed pastries – literally like art works with colourful flourishes, but one can only marvel at the sheer exoticness of the chocolates. La Folie Du Chocolat, a tiny patisserie in the bylanes of Kala Ghoda, Mumbai offers chocolate bonbons in flavours like the Japanese inspired ‘Oishi’ with togarashi spice and ‘Bali’ … Continue reading The fine art of chocolate