Mumbai Food: Three new menus to try this winter

Dec 11, 2017, 09:30 IST | A Correspondent

Make the most of the fleeting winter by indulging in a special menu based on the farm-to-table concept

Warm up to healthy eats

Make the most of the fleeting winter by indulging in a special menu based on the farm-to-table concept. Start with beetroot sweet potato soup or pick between a pumpkin smoothie bowl and vegan cheese bowl. Discover the goodness of charcoal in avocado waffles and gluten-free smoked chicken and charcoal linguini. End the meal with guava cheesecake, mulberry coconut chia seed pudding and spirulina cheese cake.

avocado waffles

Time 8.30 am to 11 pm At The Pantry, Yashwant Chambers, Military Square Lane, near Trishna, Kala Ghoda. Call 22700082

Seek comfort in soup
Head to Indigo Deli's newest outlet to enjoy a menu curated by chef Kedar Bobde. It includes a hearty roasted butternut soup with chilli parmesan panna cotta, baked camembert with fig and jalapeño jam, grandmother's special recipe meat loaf and mascarpone mousse with cinnamon-scented-wine-poached strawberries. Signatures like the Rueben sandwich with pastrami, bbq pork ribs and home-made ice creams also await you here. 

Roasted Butternut Soup

Time 12 pm to 11 pm At Phoenix Marketcity, Kurla West. Call 61802074

Curl up with toddy
While there's time for Christmas, if you're keen to celebrate the festive spirit right away, dive into a holiday cocktails menu offering apple ginger toddy; under the mistletoe with vanilla-cranberry syrup and sparkling wine, and Santa sangria laced with grape wine. Also, don't miss the chocolate eggnog featuring rum and nutmeg.

Apple ginger toddy

Till December 31, 7 pm to 1.30 am At One Street Over, 35th Street, off Linking Road, Bandra West. Call 26002224

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