When it rains, it pours ailments. At least that’s what most Mumbaikars seem to be feeling with sniffles, flu, malaria and other such diseases flooding the city. While we know that seafood and certain vegetables are a no-no this season...
Theme-based restaurants have moved beyond ethnic Indian dècor and are offering a bite of the world. Ridhima Shukla writes.
The ‘feed me chef’ concept that has become the new rage abroad, brings dollops of surprises to your plate, whipped up impromptu by the chef Rupali Dean
There’s no better time to pop a juicy, hot momo than in the rains, and so we bring you everything from steamed, fried to curry momos to try out in town.
As the month of Ramadan begins and Shravan nears, we bring you power-packed recipes to help you balance your no-food hours
In Kala Ghoda, replacing the immensely popular Asian restaurant Joss, is a swanky new Chinese restaurant — Chao Ban, owned by the same guys who run The Irish House (the pub upstairs).
Food trucks are a rage across the globe, and now there’s a quirky one in town too! here’s a look at it, along with a glimpse of some popular international food trucks
The war on foie gras continues, as Israel is poised to become the latest jurisdiction to ban the import and sale of the French delicacy, after the state of California became goose-liver free last year.
This monsoon, give the desi chaats a pass for these savoury titbits that come soaked in delectable flavours
The rains aren’t the best time to consume certain vegetables and meats. We get city chefs to tell you what ingredients to stock up on, and what to avoid this season.
An alcoholic drink with your meal is commonplace, but using it as an ingredient is just as popular.
The pandan leaf is fast becoming a favourite ingredient among chefs in the city. Here are must-try delights made using this tropical plant. We picked five places that are using the leaf in their dishes in various ways.
Monsoon is the time when we crave for all things chatpata
. And when the raindrops come drizzling down your window pane, there is nothing more enticing than a tangy plate of chaat
with some hot chai.
A London based restaurant, Yo! Sushi has invented a new style of food delivery: They have developed the 'first flying service tray'. We take a look at gimmicks adopted by other restaurants across the world to amuse diners.
Throw in a dash of mint, some tomato juice or just plain lemonade to stir up your own beer cocktails at home. We help you with some simple recipes