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Chaayos – A ‘successful’ experiment with Chai!

Finding a cosy eatery in Delhi’s Hauz Khas Village isn’t difficult, but finding a spot where you can plug-in for hours without being disturbed definitely is. 495 more words


Why Irani Cafes?

I love visiting Irani cafes. And when I say Irani cafes, it has to be Bombay. The first Irani cafe I visited was Kyani and Co., 102 year old cafe in Marine Lines.  642 more words


Irani Cafes Mumbai: B Merwan

In my second trip to another Irani cafe, back to back weekends as it happened, I checked out B Merwan near Grant Road railway station, on a recommendation of a friend who frequents this place for breakfast and gave amazing reviews. 479 more words


Irani Cafes Mumbai: Yazdani Bakery

It’s been more than three years for me in Mumbai but surprisingly I never visited any of the much famous Parsi bakeries of the city. These bakeries are a heritage of the city and probably the only thing, apart from the sea, that hasn’t changed with the changing times. 531 more words


New Poona Bakery, 7, Runwal Sankalp, Gananjay Society, D.P. Road, Kothrud, Pune

“Decent place of morning coffee and some bakery products!!!”

Visited earlier this month on a Saturday morning.


Nice cool environment (for the summers). Nicely done furniture and décor. 171 more words

Pune Restaurants

Irani cafés – Mumbai’s dying heritage II

In the previous post I offered you a brief introduction to Irani cafés which are an integral cultural hallmark of the city of Mumbai. Since my last post, I made the effort to go and visit Stadium, one of the last few standing Irani cafés left in the city and even managed to click pictures of the food I ate there. 268 more words

Irani cafés - Mumbai's dying heritage

If you’re from Mumbai, have lived here or travelled to the city enough times, you’d be familiar with the phenomenon called an Irani café, which is unique to the city, what with it’s old-world charm and status as a Mumbai cultural icon. 333 more words