Tag Archives: Bombay

An unforgettable multi-sensory experience

In November on a Sunday morning before heading out for brunch Ingrid, Stephan and myself headed over to the Dadar Flower Market. It is one of Bombay’s largest wholesale flower markets. On a Sunday morning the station was not as … Continue reading

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Dim sum ‘n’ more

After skipping brunch last month I was really looking forward to brunch at Vongwong which occupies the first floor at the Express towers. It is located well off of marine drive behind the iconic Air India building and across from … Continue reading

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The power and magic of imagination

This past saturday I was given the opportunity to share my love and passion for architecture with the Responsible Champions. This third grade class of the Dharavi Transit Camp Municipal School are being nurtured by Srini Swaminathan, a Teach for … Continue reading

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Brunch Paintings

This past Sunday the Bombay Brunch Brigade met at Candies, in Bandra. We were blessed to have Teach for India fellows – Anaka, Srini, Resham, Shweta and Shalini join us along with children from their respective classrooms. The multi leveled sky-garden … Continue reading

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Heartening brunch at Le Mill Cafe

Le Mill located in Wadi Bunder is one of the few places in Bombay still untouched by development. Hope that this neighbourhood does not go down the same path as Lower Parel. Designed by Ashiesh Shah this old mill is … Continue reading

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Shiro’s – not your regular brunch place

Brunch at Shiro is a pan-asian experience and a sushi lovers delight. Shiro is located in Bombay’s old mill district. With high ceilings, no windows and an imposing statue – Shiro transports you away from the din of Bombay. As always we were the … Continue reading

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Sunday brunch at Salt Water Cafe leaves a lot to be desired

Last month the brigade went to Salt Water Cafe in Bandra for brunch. It was a pleasant summer afternoon and happened to be Easter Sunday. Unfortunately there were no Easter specials. We could not wait to get started and called … Continue reading

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Let down by LPQ!

After reading recently that Suzette a French creperie has opened up at Nariman Point I was looking forward to going there for breakfast on mother’s day. Unfortunately Suzette’s is closed on Sundays so I will have to visit it on … Continue reading

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Immeasurable Moments

After traveling to various places around the world, Huzefa Rangwala will open his photography show at Pradarshak Gallery from 25 April to 07 May 2011. Most travel photographers hope to document the landscape in a way so that the viewer … Continue reading

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Britannia, a Bombay gem

Britannia, located in the landmark Ballard Estate building in the business district and is nearly a 90 year-old establishment. This restaurant is one of the few remaining in the city that serves Parsi food. Parsi food is an Indian way … Continue reading

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