Review: Sunday Brunch Menu at the newly opened JW Café, JW Marriott, Sahar, Mumbai

  When Food Bloggers Association of India (FBAI) and JW Marriott, Sahar, invited me to an exclusive preview table of eight food bloggers to experience and write about the First Sunday Brunch at JW Marriott, Sahar, I was thrilled. It was similar to the thrill of watching a first day, first show, ...Read More

Mumbai Sweets to die for…

  By now you know that I have a big sweet tooth! Having spent years in this part of the country, I love the sweet dishes in Mumbai. The sweets in Mumbai have a huge variety and in sweet shops in Mumbai, you get sweets almost from all parts of India. The ...Read More

Review: The unique “Good France Project” at Artisan, Sofitel Mumbai BKC

    To celebrate the excellence, diversity and modernity of French gastronomy, on Thursday last week (19th March), almost one thousand chefs on five continents at once prepared a French meal. On that day, across the world, 1,500 selected restaurants were a part of the Good France Project that was originally founded ...Read More

It’s Raining Kulfis at Barbeque Nation!

    This summer, it is time to re-invent the buffet experience at the casual-dining restaurant chain Barbeque Nation. The restaurant has recently introduced a live counter called “Kulfi Nation” as one of its star dessert concepts in the buffet menu, and that too, at no extra cost! Now you can treat your ...Read More

Topa Kuler Achaar (Bengali-Style Sweet-n-Sour Berry Pickle)

    Although luxury restaurants in Kolkata take traditional Bengali food very seriously, upscale restaurants in Kolkata are now digging more into rustic Bengali recipes and are giving them their own spin. The dine-out restaurants in Kolkata are now getting creative, innovating with evergreen Bong delicacies, like Topa Kuler Achaar, Chingri Macher ...Read More

Ilish Begun (Light Bengali Hilsa Curry with Brinjal)

  If you want to try authentic food in Kolkata, you must definitely try fish dishes. That said, Ilish (Hilsa) dishes are one of the most sought-after dishes. Bengali restaurants in Kolkata often experiment a lot with Ilish dishes. Apart from the rustic Shorshe Ilish, Ilish Paturi, Bhapa Ilish, Aam Ilish or ...Read More

The Great Himalayan Food Expedition at O22, Trident, Bandra-Kurla Complex, Mumbai

  You might have come across many Awadhi, Lucknowi or Konkani food festivals in Mumbai. But how about a Himalayan food festival, with unique flavours from Himachal Pradesh, Kashmir and Uttarakhand cuisine? Although Kashmiri cuisine is popular, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand have many hidden gems in its cuisine, which remains relatively unexplored. ...Read More

Strawberry Sandesh Tart

    Ahem, foodies. Like a real Bengali, I do believe that there is no such thing as “eating too much of sweets.” If you already tasted a Sandesh or two, you probably would know why this sweet is one of the staples in any Bengali home. And I am sure you ...Read More

Healthy Yogurt and Caramelised Banana Kulfi

    How does everyone feel on a Monday morning? Well, I don’t suffer from Monday blues. Mondays are always the days full of possibilities and these are the days to plan out the whole week. On Mondays, I look the best, after ample rest (and shopping) in the weekends!   Can ...Read More

Stir-Fried Veggies with Prawns

  As you know, I love Asian flavours. In Asian cuisine, veggies are often cooked with prawns: be it in India or China. In doing so, the biggest advantage is that you save time, as you don’t have to make one veggie dish and a protein dish separately. Besides, the vegetables and ...Read More