How time flies! It seemed just like yesterday that Zorawar Kalra’s KODE opened its doors and upped the swank at Kamala Mills with its mix of Peruvian, Turkish, Mexican and Japanese cuisine – and it’s already a year old. To celebrate the anniversary, a new menu by chef Momin Faqi was rolled out with several high-on-taste dishes. Interiors Divided into a stylish bar space and … Continue reading A moveable feast
Named after the date he landed in Australia to study at Le Cordon Bleu, chef Sahil Arora’s 266 – The Wine Room & Bar is a cosy addition to Bandra’s culinaria that boasts some of the best wines from around the world and experimental European cuisine. Interiors Divided into a bar area as you enter followed by the seating area for dinner done in pastel … Continue reading Mumbai’s cosy new wine bar
With its Bollywood sounding moniker, the barely six-month-old JLWA turned out to be a revelation. Not only does it offer some great experimental Indian-continental cuisine and kickass cocktails, but has also become party central for millennials of Bandra post 10pm. Interiors The brainchild of Priyank Sukhija (who’s also behind Tamasha and Lord of the Drinks), it is spread over 4,500 sq ft with a huge … Continue reading Eat, drink and get your groove on!
Tippling Street, that’s housed in the swanky new Horizon building in Juhu (set to have restaurants like Pa Pa Ya and Indigo Deli soon), is fast catching on amongst the partygoers of the suburbs especially since it’s open till 4am on Saturdays. But it is much more than just a nightbirds’ den – it has some really great food that could get lost with its … Continue reading Mumbai’s new party spot
When a restaurant is packed to the gills even on a Tuesday night, you know it’s doing something very right! Zorawar Kalra’s Pa Pa Ya was one of the first few bistros to boast an extensive pan Asian menu in Mumbai, and since it opened in Palladium a few years back has been doing brisk business till date. Now, it gets a spanking new address … Continue reading Sushi tree, anyone?
The American South makes its way to Mumbai! In the majestic surroundings of the refurbished Royal Opera House, the city’s new cultural hot-spot, Dine at The Quarter throws its doors open with a Louisiana Creole-inspired menu by restaurateur Nico Goghavala. Interiors The Quarter has been designed to include four areas – a mozzarella and wine bar, a live jazz club, an all-day café, with the … Continue reading Gourmet splendour at the Royal Opera House
Kofuku, which means ‘happiness’ in Japanese, is a restaurant that is a testament to the power of word of mouth. Having opened in Mumbai several years back, this Japanese eatery has been doing brisk business with expats and celebrities alike – with no advertising whatsoever. In fact even when they launched, they did so quietly without the whole PR shebang that is nowadays so common. … Continue reading A mouthful of happiness