This striking art deco and opulent venue in the heart of London is a perfect way to spend a Sunday evening or any evening for that matter, located just moments away from Piccadilly Circus. Crazy Coqs is an intimate venue where you can get seats right by the stage like being in your own large living room, which makes the whole experience all the more … Continue reading Where a MasterChef judge plays jazz
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?
With their famous all-day breakfast comprising an exotic selection of eggs, buttermilk pancakes and waffles that you could well eat into dinner, The Nutcracker made a firm niche for itself with their Kala Ghoda eatery. Now, they open in a quiet bylane of Bandra offering more of their healthy eating staples like the Black Bean Burger and Turkish Eggs that they introduced into the food … Continue reading The breakfast club
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
The “first major museum exhibition” focusing on works by Bombay’s Progressive Artists’ Group is being showcased at the Asia Society Museum in New York in the Fall of 2018. This major exhibition is being co-curated by South Asian art historian Zehra Jumabhoy – based on her doctoral research on Indian art and national identity – and Boon Hui Tan, Director of Asia Society Museum. Some … Continue reading The Progressive Revolution: Modern Art for a New India
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
The new year has just begun and already a controversy is raging in the literary world. Michael Wolff’s tell-all Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House exposes some crazy details about the US President from the author’s one year spent at the White House interviewing the President and his staff. While many journalists have questioned the veracity of the details published (based on excerpts … Continue reading Trumped out: The book that’s causing a storm