When in Mumbai, Australian cricketer Adam Gilchrist likes to party in Bandra. He likes to spend Friday nights at home, eating home-made pizzas
Q) Can: cook a five-course meal/a sandwich/boil water/don’t know how the gas works?
It may be not be five-star dining, but I have enough skills to put together a decent meal.
Q) On weekends: work out like it’s just another day/go easy/exercise…what’s that?
Probably go a bit easy but if I have time, I might work out a bit.
Q) Strictly salads and grilled chicken, or cheese/chocolate cheat for the weekend?
I don’t follow a strict diet. As long as it is reasonable and within limits, I am comfortable eating most things.
Q) Dine out, order in, or cook a meal on weekends?
On weekends, we like to dine out as a family. Given the busy schedule of the kids, it’s a good idea. Friday nights are spent at home, with homemade pizzas.
Q) Three quintessential Aussie dishes to try.
Barramundi fish cooked on the barbecue with a hint of lemon and chilli; definitely a sirloin steak and a Pavlova with a good scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Q) Where do you party when in Mumbai?
Bandra is a good place to have a nice night out. It has good food and a great atmosphere.
Q) Party till dawn or wake up for yoga at dawn?
Party till dawn. I usually frequent Ivy Complex in Sydney, which boasts of numerous restaurants, bars and nightclubs.
Q) What one thing can totally make your weekend?
Attending all of my children’s sporting events and sharing a nice lunch with them and their friends.
Q) What one thing can break it?