For the fourth year in a row, IHM Mumbai and maidoindia are bringing Japan even closer to India!
WASHOKU, the annual Japanese food festival is back with a bang. This year, the ambition is to replicate an entire Japanese street in Mumbai, and give the visitors a true feel of ‘the Land of the Rising Sun’.
WHEN: 21 – 24 October WHERE: Catering College, Dadar, Mumbai COST: Rs. 500 per person (now free entry) Press coverage: Hindustan Times | Bindass
UPDATE: Washoku is now part of the annual Cool Japan Festival which takes place at High Street Phoenix, Mumbai
Drawing inspiration from its diverse regions, the cuisine of Ecuador is a perfect integration of tropical fruits and vegetables, seafood and an eclectic style of cooking that is indeed unique and delightful. Savour the Incan and Spanish influences in this unique gastronomic festival of Ecuador.
Experience the cuisine of Ecuador with a dinner buffet at INR 1400 plus taxes. WHEN: 19 – 26 October WHERE: Hornby’s Pavilion, ITC Grand Central, Mumbai COST: Rs.1400 + taxes CONTACT:ITC WelcomZest Lounge / Embassy of Ecuador to India Press coverage: Chef Edgar Leon speaks to LiveMint | Delhi samples… Ecuador
French Wine Workshop
Sopexa and French Ministry of Food present the French Wine workshop at The Tasting Room. Discover, savour and revel in the secrets of 5 different wines from around France. Also learn how wines are made and stored and the proper ways of serving and pairing them with food. WHEN: 23 October, 4 – 6 pm WHERE: Good Earth, Lower Parel, Mumbai COST: Single: Rs. 1500 + taxes | Couple: Rs. 2500 + taxes CONTACT: 65285284, 24951954 | Burrp! UPDATE!
Prasanna (@labellagorda) informs me of another wine fest happening in Mumbai this month, as part of the Celebrate Bandra festival.
Wine tasting, cooking contests, wine appreciation talks, master chefs in action! WHEN: 30-31 October, 4 – 6 pm WHERE: D’Monte Park Recreation Club, Bandra, Mumbai COST: Single: Rs. 500 | Early BirdOffer: 5 passes for Rs. 2,000 CONTACT:Official website
Leading an experimental life as a digital nomad, I started traveling in 2007 while choosing to shuttle between Goa and Mumbai as 'home'. An epic life-changing trip to South America an year later gave birth to this blog, Exotic Gringo.