Moving out of your comfort zone is never easy especially while deciding which cuisine will satisfy your palate. I have always been finicky when it comes to having Asian or Japanese cuisine due to past experiences. Besides, I am not very comfortable using chopsticks (thanks god for forks). But one
Long gone are days where one would watch a movie and much on a samosa, a chutney sandwich or the salted popcorns. With the current set of audience always looking forward to a larger variety of snacks to choose from, movie theatres are constantly revising their munching menu.
Over the years,
In the bustling area of Union Park at Khar, is this charming and inviting place called Olive Bar & Kitchen. It makes me wonder how they have created this charming place that can cut you off the outside commotion. As we arrived, we took a good look at the entire
As we all know how important salt is as an ingredient , let's look at the 3 most commonly used but yet not known salts available to us :
1. Table Salt (Fine Salt)
Fine table salt is just what it sounds like: fine salt. When we call for salt in recipes
INGREDIENT - DATE ( KHAJOOR )
Dates, popularly called (Khajoor/Khajur) in Hindi, ‘Kharjuramu‘ in Telugu, ‘Pericham pazham‘ in Tamil, ‘Eenthapazham‘ in Malayalam, ‘Kharjoora‘ in Kannada, ‘Khejoor‘ in Bengali, ‘Khajur‘ in Gujarati and ‘Kharik‘ in Marathi. Dates are eaten as a regular dry fruit by most of the people. They are a
It was Monday and the weekend fun had end but a visit to SOHO Tapas Bar made Monday Blues better.
A huge projector displaying the classics of Sir Charlie Chaplin welcomes you and gets you in a joyful mood. A small bar with high chair seating arrangement just made it look better.
The Mumbai Cocktail Week was ending and it couldn't have gotten better with us attending the masterclass. Masterclass on how to make good cocktails thereby understanding that a cocktail merely is not a glass of appeal but also soothing sensation to your palate.
Nick Ord, the person behind the bar and one
“Mockingbirds don’t do one thing but make music for us to enjoy...but sing their heart out for us.That’s why it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird.” – Harper Lee
A two minute walk from the Churchgate staion and opposite the famous Gaylords restaurant is this newly opened cafe named The Mockingbird
Burma Burma has been on our wish list for a long time now. Tucked away in a by lane of Kala Ghoda, Burma Burma only serves vegetarian versions of regional Burmese delicacies. Since it’s launch in 2014 the restaurant has been garnering rave reviews. The restaurant runs full almost always
What better way to kick start your Sunday than a brunch with your buddies. After going through the restaurant listing at askme.com it was decided a day earlier that the place would be Le Cafe. We had heard good reviews about it and was on our list since a long