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Mumbai restaurants to shut shop in protest against service tax

Apr 26, 2013

Mumbai restaurants to shut shop in protest against service tax

AHAR's bandh call has also been supported by hotel associations in Gujarat, Tamil Nadu and Federation of Hotels and Restaurants Association of India among others. #NewsTracker #Mumbai #service tax #Mumbai restaurants
Five restaurant trends we wish would end

Nov 18, 2011

Five restaurant trends we wish would end

Tired of resto-bars with blaring music? Sick of multicuisine menus that get nothing right? Roshni Bajaj Sanghvi lists her top five pet peeves about eating out. #Hakkasan #Toto's #Mumbai restaurants #EatingOut #trends

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Five restaurant trends we wish would end

Aug 07, 2014

'The Hundred-Foot Journey' review: Crowd-pleasing souffle

Hassan Kadam, the hero of "The Hundred-Foot Journey," was born to be a chef. As a kid in Mumbai, he swooned over the scent of fresh urchin, and he grew up to run his family's humble restaurant. His mother taught him how to use spices. "Life," she say... #A. R. Rahman #Om Puri #Helen Mirren #Lasse Hallstrom #Mumbai
Five restaurant trends we wish would end

Aug 08, 2014

The Hundred-Foot Journey first look review romance on the menu

Helen Mirren and Om Puri do their best to spice up a predictable restaurant-based culture clash A snobby French restaurateur. An Indian chef who cooks with spices from his dead mother. A cute French waif who rides a bicycle through idyllic rural Fran... #Oprah Winfrey #Steven Spielberg #Om Puri #Helen Mirren
Five restaurant trends we wish would end

Aug 08, 2014

Film Review: ‘The Hundred-Foot Journey’ Not Worth the Trip

CHICAGO – “The Hundred-Foot Journey” is as manufactured and flavorless as a frostbitten Lean Cuisine. However, as the impresario of a Michelin-starred Restaurant in the south of France, Helen Mirren implores her staff that food is not an old tired ma... #Europe #Johnny Depp #Juliette Binoche #Helen Mirren #Lasse Hallstrom #Mumbai #Om Puri #Oprah Winfrey