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3 new food options in Mumbai to check out this week

What’s new in Mumbai this week

HT48HRS_Special Updated: Aug 22, 2016 13:16 IST
Healthy waffles at Bastian’s brunch, Bandra (W)

What’s new in Mumbai this week

India Reimagined: Bandra’s latest fine-dining restaurant, Veranda, has an Art Deco vibe, and serves modern Indian cuisine. The menu features dishes from across the country, like Goa’s pork vindaloo, Kerala’s Alleppey prawn curry, and Mumbai’s tawa rice. Brunch lovers, take note – their Sunday brunches have live performances.
Hotel Executive Enclave, Union Park, Bandra (W); Call: 66969000

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Veranda

Brunch alert: Seafood restaurant Bastian now offers Sunday brunch. Apart from seafood (kung pao shrimp scramble, lobster breakfast taco), expect an array of vegetarian (kale caesar salad) and gluten-free options (waffles, pancakes).
New Kamal Building, opposite National College, Linking Road, Bandra (W); Call: 7045818102; 12pm to 2.15pm and 2.30pm to 4pm

Gluten-free waffles, anyone?

Pistachio ice cream, home-delivered: Artisanal ice-creamery, Sucres Des Terres, launched a new pistachio flavour. Available at its Worli outlet, the ice cream is rich and loaded with pistachios. A 500 ml jar costs Rs 950 and can be home-delivered.
Rashid Mansion, Samunder Point, Dr Anne Besant Road, Worli; Call: 9920985880

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Pistachio ice cream at Sucres des Terres