Reviews: Slink and Bardot, Worli

Having never set foot in France, all my notions of French dining are heavily influenced by the stereotypes fed to me through Hollywood rom-coms watched over the years. On one hand, I imagine quaint Parisian cafes, their simple but elegant furniture spilling onto the streets for people who wish to stop by for a quick…

Reminiscence: The Crumb Chronicles

I always saw myself as a precocious little girl, growing up. While my insistence in spending every evening completing my homework rather than stepping out to play might have been more attributable to laziness than anything else, my food choices were equally peculiar. I grew up on a steady diet of savoury, well spiced food…

Reviews: Progressive Oriental House, Lower Parel

Being relatively new to the food blogging community in Mumbai, most of my tip offs and bookmarks of good places to grab a meal at are solely dependent on a careful evaluation of reviews on the Zomato site, with recommendations from the more trusted users there that I follow. My introduction to Progressive Oriental House…

Reviews: Chaitanya, Dadar

It is surprisingly easy to draw similarities between my introduction to Mumbai and my introduction to Malvani food. For one, they both took place 6 years ago. And more importantly they both stand out for their ability to seem oddly familiar yet noticeably different from the city (and Keralite cuisine) I grew up with. To…