• Bihar's flood-hit loot food grain from warehouse

    Flood victims in Bihar's Nalanda district broke into a government warehouse and looted food grain Monday to protest inadequate assistance given to them by the government, officials said

  • This popular South Indian eatery in Chembur points north

    What if your favourite South Indian food joint started serving delicious Paneer Tikka Masala. Would you be excited or worried?

  • New South Mumbai eatery offers Mexican food with a twist

    Tijuana Iguana, the new eatery which serves Mexican American food in Mumbai, delivers some great hits, finds Anu Prabhakar

  • The sweetest way to Pune's heart

    As they enter their 65th year, Saurabh Datar finds out how Pune’s legendary sweetshop — Chitale Bandhu Mithaiwale, of bakarwadi fame — has maintained its traditional taste despite adopting modern technology

  • Restaurant review: Lower Parel's latest fast food joint

    Shippy's Restaurante is a welcome addition to Lower Parel as it caters to the light-pocketed. Full-flavoured, the burger-sandwich-baguette fare is promising but lacks vision

  • Recipes: Goodies for Ganeshotsav

    Festivals call for feasts and as the city celebrates Ganeshotsav, the guide offers readers four quick recipes of healthy items that can be dished up at home

  • Food review: Dig into Bandra's sweet mystery

    A new patisserie, The Mystery Box, has made its entry in buzzing Bandra, and might end up being a haven for the sweet-toothed

  • Restaurant review: Italian joyride in Vashi

    If you ignore its stiff pricing and the odd hiccup, and instead, focus on its high-quality ingredients and authentic fare, Riso looks like a step in the right direction to popularise Italian cuisine in Vashi

  • Over 500 tonnes of food grain lie on tracks as train derails

    14 trains on Konkan Railway were cancelled, after 7 wagons of a goods train carrying food grain derailed near Karanjadi railway station in Mahad taluka, Raigad, yesterday

  • Food and Supply dept distributes 3,000 new ration cards to Pune residents

    Thanks to the special drives conducted last month, the Divisional Food and Supply department distributed around 3,000 new ration cards to the city residents, leaving very little scope for leaders to use this as their campaign strategy

  • Finding Japanese food items in Mumbai's bazaars

    Phorum Dalal takes a walk in Crawford Market with Chef Ting Yen, the man behind the soon-to-be-opened Yuuka by Ting Yen at Palladium Hotel in Lower Parel, to source ingredients for Japanese cuisine and finds the difference between sushi, maki and sashimi

  • Nothing out of the ordinary

    New Asian fast food eatery Sillichilli offers run-of-the-mill dishes, which fail to tease our palate

  • Mumbai restaurant review: A new secretive bar in Lower Parel

    Lower Parel's newest secret bar, Please Don't Tell, offers good but expensive bite and drink options

  • Parsi New Year special: Cooking eggs the Parsi way

    There is no other ethnicity that can crack and cook an egg (eedu) as a Parsi does. From boiled to coating lady fingers with eggs, and even breaking the shell as an offering to evil forces, Kanika Sharma finds out why and how the Parsis fell in love with the eedu

  • SGNP to have its own grasslands for herbivores

    Decision taken to boost food stock for animals like chital and sambar; work on converting a four-acre plot into grassland underway

  • What's cooking in the Parsi kitchen?

    The main ingredient of Parsi cuisine is love. On the eve of Parsi New Year, Phorum Dalal scours family recipes, masala dabbas and rich culinary history that give the food a perfect balance of sweet and sour 

  • Your work and social life, balanced

    Connect to free Wi-Fi, network with like-minded people and enjoy food and drinks that are plated beautifully. All this under one roof at Colaba Social

  • Some food for thought

    Do you think God gets stoned? I think so...look at the platypus.” Not many can forget this quote by Robin Williams. 

  • There's more to that menu!

    Menus aren't just carriers of dish names but more, as Brian Wansink, a Cornell University psychologist who studies eating behaviour, discovered in his new paper. He says that often, menus trick us into ordering food that we might not have really wanted. Intrigued, the guide chatted up with city restaurateurs and menu designers to find out the real deal

  • 47 resident doctors suffer food poisoning at Sion Hospital

    About 47 resident doctors were admitted at the Sion hospital after they complained of vomit and diarrhea. Authorities suspect sweets distributed at the hospital's canteen to be a cause