Good Food Guide: Eating Out in Mumbai & Delhi
Here's a good food guide that will whet the appetites of diners in Mumbai and Delhi. In an effort to excite taste buds, three restaurants across the two cities have introduced new dining experiences.
First up, Ellipsis in Mumbai has introduced its lunch service. The Modern American menu includes burgers with caramelized onion, tomato, lettuce and hand cut fries; bbq chicken flatbread with cheddar; Housemade bagel with smoked cream cheese, oven dried tomato, pickled spring onion and arugula and the Cajun Snapper with blackening spice, petite salad and salsa.
Lunch is served from 12pm to 3pm, Tuesday through Sunday.
Koh at The Intercontinental, Marine Drive has a 'What's New at Koh' menu. Chef Ian Kittichai, who's just come back to Mumbai after opening his New York outpost, has introduced Asian salmon tacos; long chili braised young bamboo shoots and the reconstructed NY cheesecake. He's also brought back the spiced tiger prawn soup and clay pot chicken.
Koh, Intercontinental, Marine Drive Mumbai.
In Delhi, Le Cirque has launched a four-course Saturday Brunch. The menu includes organic Eggs Benedict Le Cirque-style, Tuscan frittatas, French toast in Carozza and the succulent, juicy 'Wagyu' short rib burger. Le Cirque's impressive wine and champagne lists can be checked out for the perfect drink.
Brunch at Le Cirque, The Leela Palace New Delhi is served from 11am-3pm; prices: Rs 6500 plus tax (inclusive of alcohol), Rs 4500 plus tax (for non-alcoholic brunch)
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