The Daily, one of my favourite bars in Bandra, recently launched a spanking new brunch menu. I had the opportunity to visit them a few weeks ago and here are some of the reasons why you must make your reservation as soon as possible! How Does it Work? They have a four course set menu … Continue reading Sunday Brunch at The Daily Bar & Kitchen, Mumbai
Natural's Ice Cream, India's leading home-grown artisan ice-cream brand, has a lot more than just great tasting ice cream to offer. An excellent example of how a sustainably run food manufacturing company can be hugely profitable, Natural's shows us that good food need not be expensive, adulterated or out of reach. Started in 1984 by Mr. … Continue reading Natural’s Ice Cream: India’s Premier Artisan Ice Cream
The famous Colaba eatery Elipsis, patronised by celebrities like Alia Bhatt and Rhea Kapoor, launched a bakery by the same name in several locations in 2016. The products supplied by Elipsis's own in-house bakery ranges from pita crisps to red velvet cakes and pastries. They also have some cool gift options: jars of hot chocolate, … Continue reading Ellipsis Bakery Mumbai
At the recently held Bakery Business Trade show, I had the wonderful opportunity to chance upon Pascati Chocolate. Of indian origin, Pascati is a new bean to bar brand (something we love!) that tastes incredible and works as a great alternative to the commercial brands currently flooding the markets. I was able to make some … Continue reading Cooking with Chocolate: Pascati
Last week we had the opportunity to visit the Ritz-Carlton in Bengaluru to attend their annual Christmas lighting ceremony. Although Christmas is more than a month away, their beautiful set up made me feel like it was just around the corner. Desserts being such an integral part of the festivities, it seemed only fitting that … Continue reading Christmas at the Ritz!
For the last leg of my trip we decided to visit Prague and Budapest. Unlike Croatia, these cities have grown to become quite cosmopolitan and had restaurants and cafés with all types of cuisine. It was my second time around in Prague and so I knew exactly where to head for all the delicious treats. … Continue reading The Best of Bohemia
One of the bakeries I was most excited to visit in Eastern Europe was Nonica. Tucked away in a small by-lane of Hvar, this little café bar was nothing short of magical. We got there late one evening, after tucking down a few lobsters and some spaghetti and so were looking for something only to … Continue reading Nonica Café Bar, Hvar
There's a lot to learn from the french when it comes to food, and it does't stop at just preparation. During my time in Paris last month, I had the opportunity to visit a few local crêperies. Of all the desserts and dishes i've come across in France, my favourite would have to be the crepe. I … Continue reading Paris, Gluten & Crepes