Kyani & Co - Irani Cafes in Mumbai

A story about my two meals at Kyani & Co. Whether it’s sipping on a cup of Irani Chai along with freshly baked Khari biscuits or munching on Brun Maska with Raspberry Soda Pallonji, for many locals in Mumbai, this is routine. The celebrated romance between Mumbai and its Irani Hotel/Parsi Café/Irani Café (whatever youContinue reading

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St. Basil's Cathedral - Moscow, Russia
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Saurabh and I munched on many Korovka – Milk (Russian Chocolates), while he narrated his fascinating tales about his Russian Summer to me. He was planning this trip for months, hence, he had acquired a great insight into planning a thorough Food & Travel Guide for a week long trip to Russia. So read onContinue reading

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Britannia & Co - Ballard Estate Mumbai

My first visit to the famous Parsi Café – Britannia & Company, which gave us the wonderful Berry Pulao! It’s been 35 years since the first ever plate of Berry Pulao was served at Britannia & Company restaurant located at Mumbai’s Ballard Estate. And even today, the restaurant boasts of customers who come from differentContinue reading

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Best Places to eat in Bohri Mohalla
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Must eats at Bohri Mohalla, Mumbai | Ramzan Special Mumbai, Monsoons and Bhendi Bazaar – my Eid this year, couldn’t have had better ingredients to cook up the perfect story. Being from Delhi, I was well versed with the celebratory vibes of Old Delhi and Zakir Nagar during Ramzan and Eid. So this year, IContinue reading

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Bohri Thaal - Bohri Mohalla

A story about Bohri Thaal and Mumbai’s Bohri Mohalla where people live by the motto of ‘Live to Eat’. Welcomed by cloudy skies, we found ourselves in Mumbai’s Bohri Mohalla, this Ramzan/Eid. This locality in South Mumbai is home to many Gujarati Muslim traders famously known as Bohras. Much like Punjabis, they ‘live to eat’,Continue reading

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Golden Temple - Amritsar

Read about my first ever meal at Kesar Da Dhaba, a 102 years old legendary eatery in Amritsar. I must have snoozed the alarm for the tenth time, when finally my Bhua (my father’s sister) switched on the bright lights in the room. She tried to wake up, Saurabh and me, but what was theContinue reading

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What I discovered about local food in Jodhpur What one loves in childhood, stays in the heart forever – May Jo Putney With a little red bag and lots of excitement filling my heart, I boarded Mandor Express from Old Delhi with my parents. We were headed for Jodhpur, a city of my childhood. WeContinue reading

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The Blue City - Jodhpur
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Best Places to eat in Jodhpur Jodhpur is one city that’s closest to my heart. I always say, I was born in Amritsar but it was in Jodhpur that I realized that I existed. The land of bright sun, blue walls and pretty pink bougainvilleas, I remember this place as a city where people andContinue reading

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East Indian Food in Vasai

Christmas in the sleepy, dreamy town of Vasai, with a loving East Indian Family in their beautiful home, surrounded by lush green patches of fruit plantations, home grown chicken, fresh water fish curry and homemade masalas for everyday cooking. Sitting in the porch, gorging on some luscious homegrown papaya, I was playing with Craig, aContinue reading

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Sri Lankan Tuk Tuk
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Happy New Year, everyone! Hope you all ushered in 2018 with your loved ones. Now here’s to the new beginnings for Eatstory. So to pick my first story of the year, I decided to do a Q&A with my brother, Saurabh. He went to Sri Lanka last month and I thought his experience can makeContinue reading

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