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Luncheon at The Taj Wellington Mews: Jevan Zaala Ka?

My sister and I were lucky enough to grow up staying at fantastic Taj properties during so many of our travels within India. A gracious charm, over the top hospitality, fabulous service, exotic cuisines; staying at any Taj Hotel meant an ‘experience’ to be savoured. 718 more words


Mamledar Missal

Ever since I was a kid, the names Missal and Mamledar have been tossed around together but for some reason or the other I never got a chance to drop by. 196 more words



1 cup gram flour (besan)
1 tbsp red chilli powder
1 tsp tumeric powder
6 curry leaves
2 cloves garlic, chopped fine
1 onion, diced into small cubes… 173 more words


Aware Khanaval, Kumthekar Rd.

I dont think there’s any true Punekar who hasn’t heard of, or visited Aware Khanawal.
Probably one of the oldest eateries in town, that serves typical Maharashtrian style non vegetarian meals. 313 more words

Food Blog

Bharli Vangi(Stuffed Brinjal)

This maharashtrian delicacy was introduced to me by my neighbour. We had it and were left licking fingers. It was so different in taste than what we are used to and it remained with me all this time. 201 more words


Kanda Batata Poha/Flattened Rice with Onions & Potatoes

Poha is a popular snack which originated from Maharashtra & Madhya Pradesh, has now become famous across India. It is perfect as a breakfast or snacks and taste even much better with a hot cup of tea or coffee. 294 more words


Village - The Soul Of India

Village, the soul of India is the first unique theme restaurant which recovers traditions and cooking secrets of the Indian culture and heritage. Village, the soul of India pampers your visit with a no time limit policy, variety of regional entertainment & attractions; a gigantic spread of six different cuisines from all over India and you can shop for some memorabilia too. 459 more words