Mumbai – a cosmopolitan city and a melting pot of cultures. People from across the country and many from different corners of the world come to this city for work and even for leisure.
The food that you get in Mumbai is as diverse as the people that live here. From 5 star fine-dining restaurants to the food stalls at every corner, this city has something for all taste buds & pocket sizes.
Few days back I had a chance to dine at East Asian Spice Trails known as E.A.S.T. at hotel Sahara Star in Mumbai. The dinner was hosted by Food Blogger Association of India (FBAI) and was a lavish Asian food affair.
I have always been fascinated with Sahara Star – the dome is impossible to miss if you are around the Mumbai International airport. The architecture of this hotel is quite unconventional and from the moment you step in, you begin to enjoy the starry opulence.
Places have opened and closed in Powai but this one stands the test of time. Consistent quality in food & service and perfect café setup gets it 4.0 rating from me. I have been visiting Aromas regularly for their delicious breakfasts. A run in Powai must be supplemented with Aromas big breakfast, fresh sandwiches and coffees. And for those cheat days you need the sweet treats from Aromas. If you work in and around Powai, make sure to visit for their mains – salads, pastas etc. They have things in their menu to suit each hour of the day and every occasion. Make sure to go early as the place gets full pretty quickly.
First time I heard about this place from a friend, I thought ‘ok, one more Indian restaurant in the already crowded butter chicken & roti type of dining space’! But then the more I read the reviews and heard some awesome things from my friends, I started researching. The concept of Mirchi and Mime (M&M) is new and probably one of its kind in India. All the servers here are deaf-mute and right from placing order to billing, everything is done in sign language.