What's better than a ride in the rains? One that ends in a food coma. Bikers list eating joints around Mumbai that make the long drive worth it
What happens when Patra Ni Macchi wears a turban?
"The Parsi delicacies you find in restaurants are not authentic. All said and done, at the end of the day, restaurants only care about their bottom line," begins Firdosh Batliwala, who will host a pop-up this weekend to showcase the festive eats of the community, some of which you'd be hard-pressed to find outside of a Parsi home
Winter has set in, making it the perfect time of the year to get on your bike (or a car) and escape the city. Here's a guide to where you can go, with three fun itineraries, each suited to a unique taste
With the Parsi community celebrating Navroze this week, here's where you can get your fill of traditional bhonu delicacies in the city
Culinary treasures of Mumbai’s diverse communities need better representation on trails and itineraries
Food blogger Perzen Patel will lead a walk trailing Parsi snacks in the Grant Road neighbourhood
Colaba's 58-year-old Irani café -- Piccadilly, famous for its kebabs, reopens. And there’s a bonus: extra Continental and Parsi dishes, and possibly, a new name
Pore over paperbacks, a pun-happy menu and potent concoctions at Churchgate's new restaurant
A filmmaker undertook intensive research in 2013 on the city's Irani cafe culture. The result of that study? A brand new Irani cafe, Mumbai's first in 50 years, finds Anju Maskeri
Out Of The Box aims to offer Mumbaikars a culinary experience of cooking wholesome gourmet meals at home by delivering pre-measured ingredients and easy-to-follow recipes. Do they really end up saving our time and effort?
Not many restaurants can boast of recipes that date back to the 19th century. The Royal Bombay Yacht Club serves Anglo-Indian and British dishes, which have been on their menu, since the club opened in 1842
Kheema Kebabs, Dhansak, Lagan nu Custard � does the mention of these dishes invite yum images in the head? If yes, then Bawi Bride should be on your speed dial. The just-launched catering service promises to satiate your cravings for sweet and savoury authentic Parsi cuisine, and much more. Jamva Chalo Ji!
Started in 1948, Fort's Coffee House is not only one of the oldest eateries in the area but is also one of the last few to serve Coffee Board of India-approved coffee apart from yummy Parsi and Chinese dishes. Hassan M Kamal bit into a slice of its culinary history
Craving for authentic Chicken Farcha or Dhansak but too lazy to step out on a sultry April afternoon? Colaba-resident Rashna Maneckshaw will deliver a range of homemade Parsi delicacies to your doorstep
This tiny, month-old eatery at Tardeo offers fat sandwiches and pies for as little as Rs 20, and eggless Rum Balls to die for. Plus there's a surprise lunch item of the day that could vary from Baked Chicken to Dhansak and Kabab
Luck by Chance director Zoya Akhtar loves chocolates, hates onions and is a self proclaimed "eater, not a cook"