India Food Network
Mar 17, 2017
St Patrick’s Day at One Street Over: Celebrate St. Paddy’s Day with some interesting concoctions prepared by chef Kelvin Cheung. Enjoy his signature Pickleback shots with pickle brine and shots of whiskey, Jameson Ginger – Jameson Irish Whiskey and Ginger Ale and more. Priced between the range of Rs. 100 and Rs. 150, you sure don’t want to miss out on the celebrations.
Where: One Street Over, Ground Floor, 35th Street, Off of Linking Road, Khar (West)
Mumbai gets its first floating restaurant: A 24-hour coffee shop on the ground floor, a banquet on the first, lounge bar on the second and an open dining section on the terrace complete the city’s first floatel. A floatel is a floating restaurant, and can occupy around 660 guests. Mainly serving continental food, the restaurant called Ab Celestial will offer a 360 degree view of the sea.
Where: Reclamation promenade
A Bar Called Life opens in Juhu: Party-goers have a new destination in Juhu. A Bar Called Life opened earlier this week, and going by the details, it looks like another place serving modern Indian food. Executive chef Amninder Sandhu, who has earlier worked at Masala Bay at the Taj Lands End, has curated a menu focusing on lost recipes with a modern twist. An extensive finger foods and cocktail menu should make everyone happy.
Where: Opposite Juhu PVR Cinemas, Juhu Circle, JVPD Scheme
Contact: 022-2620 0122
Cronut sensation at JW Marriott Juhu: Love cronuts? This delicious fusion of croissant and doughnut are a worldwide sensation, and BBC at JW Marriott Juhu is introducing a menu featuring these beauties. Savour flavours like red velvet, milk chocolate with pecan nut and caramel fondant by dropping by any time of the day.
Where: Bombay Baking Company, JW Marriott Juhu