Jumping into Happiness at Hopipolla

Hopipolla in Icelandic means "jumping into puddles" but I think Hopipolla in Khar, Mumbai has a new meaning "jumping into happiness." A while back, on a Saturday night I was invited to the launch of Hopipolla at Khar, Mumbai through FBAI Food Bloggers Association India. Honestly I didn't do much research on the place. All … Continue reading Jumping into Happiness at Hopipolla

European Luncheon

This week is the European Food Week in Mumbai. Where The Taste of Europe has joined hands with some of the best restaurants serving European food to promote the intricate and delicious cuisine. So I happened to tag along with my chef and blogger friend Mohit Chotrani from http://www.hungrybawarchi.com/ to Smoke House Deli. Now things … Continue reading European Luncheon

Dinner at the classic Gaylord

Last Friday, I was one of the fortunate ones to get an invite through FBAI, for a classic gourmet dining experience at one of the iconic restaurant in Mumbai, Gaylord. Gaylord is probably one of the oldest restaurant here. It probably is also the very first to serve Indian, European and Continental dishes. Founded in … Continue reading Dinner at the classic Gaylord

UK Diaries Part III – Lincoln

Lincoln is a small town in Lincolnshire, England. The Lincoln Cathedral being its central attraction is on a very steep hill called the Steep Hill. Steep hill though a pain to climb, it is a treat to your eyes. The road to Steep Hill is connected and starts with High Street, which is filled with … Continue reading UK Diaries Part III – Lincoln

UK Diaries Part II – London

London !!! Finally. I was there. I use to dream about Hyde Park, Self ridges, Harrods and Oxford Street (yes mostly shopping destinations) and I was there. We reached in the afternoon and obviously we didn't waste a minute. We reached our hotels, left our bags and left for Oxford Street straightway. The endless shops … Continue reading UK Diaries Part II – London

Sausage Fest (literally)

We carnivores just adore meat. We adore it in all forms, whether its grilled, fried or baked. We also have our favorites chicken, beef, pork, turkey or even pigeons. I am a hard core carnivore. I absolutely love meat. Especially if someone mentions Chicken or Beef, I am first in the line. So when I … Continue reading Sausage Fest (literally)

UK diairies Part 1

After being MIA for 3 weeks, I am back. I am back from a much needed / much wanted / much epic holiday. My visit to the United Kingdom was fabulous. I visited four cities in the UK, first Birmingham then Peterborough, then London and then Lincoln. Now lets get to our main point - … Continue reading UK diairies Part 1

Vietnamese Food Festival

How we Indians love Asian cuisines, be it Chinese, Japanese or Thai. We try, we experiment, we even tweak it to our own liking. At the end of it, we simply love it. Whenever I get to try any new Asian cuisine or rather just any cuisine, okay just try new food, I am just … Continue reading Vietnamese Food Festival

Juggling Pizza

So what comes to mind when I say Acrobatic Pizza Chef. Not much eh? Same here, but when I saw the banner of the world renowned Chef Pasqualino Barbasso at Marriott, Juhu. I was confused and curious at the same time. Hence I decided I had to see what was all this about. But thankfully before … Continue reading Juggling Pizza

Dunkin Donuts

"Finally " is the right word to use for the launch of Dunkin Donuts in Bandra, Mumbai. I won't be writing an introduction for Dunkin Donuts because who doesn't know Dunkin. We all have gone abroad and oohed and aahed over their donuts. Hoping and wishing " Bombay main kab khulega." So brace yourself Dunkin … Continue reading Dunkin Donuts