Mumbai’s pani puri is my favourite, says singer Tulsi Kumar
Singer Tulsi Kumar’s Sundays include yoga in the mornings, brunch dates with her husband, and Japanese dinnersHT48HRS_Special Updated: Dec 16, 2016 14:34 IST
Q) Dine out, order in, or cook a meal on weekends?
I usually dine out on weekends. Being a big foodie, you will always spot me in some newly opened Japanese place. I hog on sushi. I am a regular at Ruka, Juhu.
Q) Can: cook a five-course meal/a sandwich/boil water/don’t know how the gas works?
If I have to cook for myself, all I can do is make a sandwich. I can’t cook a five-course meal.
Q) On weekends: work out like it’s just another day/go easy/exercise... What’s that?
I work out like it’s just another day. On Sunday, I prefer doing yoga.
Q) Strictly salads and grilled chicken, or cheese/chocolate cheat for the weekends?
I am a pure vegetarian. If I’ve had too much junk, or eaten chocolates, I balance it out on other days.
Q) Where do you party?
I am not a party animal. I prefer going for dinners to lounges. One of my favorite hangouts in the city is Indigo at Lokhandwala.
Q) Where do you love getting breakfast and what’s your go-to order?
My breakfast is very simple — it’s either a South Indian affair or just a toast. Usually, I have some toast and a little bit of butter and cheese. On Sundays, I head out for brunch.
Q) Some complicated iced frappe person or straight-up espresso person?
Iced frappe without ice is my kind of order. I like to customise things when I order; I am not a straight-up person.
Q) Street food that makes your day?
Mumbai’s pani puri is my favourite.
Q) A movie/book you’ve been meaning to catch up on.
Now You See Me 2 (2013) — I am yet to watch that.
Q) What is the one thing that can totally make your weekend?
I love spending time with my family and my Sundays are spent with my husband. My idea of a perfect weekend would be chilling with him at brunch.