Opinion & Analysis

Check In to a Slice of Paradise

Island life though exquisite is also quite isolated. And requires you to staying away from your family for extended periods. A tough task for most, Allywn succeeds because the staff at Shangri-La are now family. So whether playing football with them or celebrating Halloween, each day provides innume

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Fast Food: A Remarkable Achievement

You may be a health fanatic and prefer your food free range or organically produced, but the sheer audacity and scope of what we have achieved in the last few centuries should make the mind boggle.

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Thinking Outside the Box

Columnist Nikhila Palat on how the difference between event space, restaurant and kitchen is blurring with new spaces opening in Mumbai and how attendees of the IGX 2016 event keep their appetites full with gaming and interesting food.

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QSR Industry Embraces Technology to Become Wholesome & Qualitative

An increasing number of international QSRs have made a foray into India setting the pace for an incremental growth in this industry. This has also indicated the significance of brand presentation and its impact on consumers.

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Where Does Your Food Come From?

Today, Customers want to know more about the food they eat. What's good for them and what should they be eating. More often, we are thinking about the ethics of food production and are on a quest to surprise our palate with unique gastronomic innovations. Masque the newest addition to Mumbai's excit

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Heavenly Hospitality

Indian hospitality is legendary. Be it the food coma when your best friend's mom arrives into town. Or the unending buffet at a family wedding. There is only one thing we enjoy more than eating and it is feeding! For all Indians, hospitality is not ostentation but a way of life.

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Out With the Old and in With the New

First opened in the 1970's, Shamiana was where Mumbai's glamour waited patiently in the hotel lobby to be seated. It was where business deals were signed over caffe lattes and where young love courted over street food. From insomniacs gorging over kheem-pao to cheerful tourists sipping on a thandai

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Indian Weddings May Turn Slim & Trim

Currently, the Indian wedding industry is over Rs. 100,000 crore and is growing at 25-30% annually. The estimated cost of a wedding with no expenses spared could be between a modest Rs. 5 lakh to a lavish Rs 5 crore. The country averages about 1 crore marriages every year. Even NRIs, impressed by th

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Recipe for Success

What impressed me the most was that Chef Irani followed Sonal's recipe to the tee. And the proof of the pudding lay in the eating! Sonal’s recipe book is available on the Juggernaut books app for Android and iOS for those who would like to bite right into it!

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Pass the Baton Not the Buck

Ultimately, this tagline is about taking accountability – for oneself as well as for others whom one can influence – either directly, through authority and position or – indirectly, through experience and superior knowledge.

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