ITC Hotels have always maintained the ethos of responsible luxury and this is very well manifested in their overall operations as well as culinary endeavours. It is in tune with this philosophy, the upscale, all-day dining cafes (or 24x7 restaurants) across ITC Luxury properties have gone one step ahead and designed their new a la carte menu in a way to ensure holistic wellness of their patrons, exemplify local delicacies and indoctrinate concern for the environment.
At a recently held #TrendingAtPavilion luncheon at HORNBY'S PAVILION, ITC GRAND CENTRAL, MUMBAI, Chef Sumeet Rohela from the culinary masters’ team at this restaurant patiently walked us through the entire process of how at an annual conclave of chefs from various ITC properties, a thoughtful planning of the new menus was initiated. He delved into various aspects and dietary notations in the new menu (as seen in image alongside) to elucidate what they entail and how they are intended to provide guests with an exceptional dining experience.
The thought of kebabs and biryani always leaves me salivating. This time around to satisfy my cravings for these yummy preparations, I landed on Christmas Eve at Bombay Biryani Cafe in Bandra West, Mumbai for a delicious meal.
Here is a look at my gluttony with some of the food at this place:
My weekday was transformed from a mundane one to a magnificent one when I decided to stop over at Dinshaw’s Xpress Cafe for a munch including some smashing new sugary offerings. Also, while various fares of bawa bhonu remain their most sought after offerings, there are other interesting mentions in their menu that beckon applaud. A few of these being the drool-worthy, addictive, not-for-the-diet conscious POTATO FRIES. What makes these regular fries extraordinary are the lip-smacking decadent toppings they are presented with.
So, here is a look at my gluttony with the fries and new dessert menu at this place:
- Regional Indian Food & Travel enthusiast