May 5, 2004      Volume 1 Issue 21

Its sizzling hot this May and what better way to cool down than by enjoying the special summer treats Best of Bombay has in store for you.
This week we unveil the brains (and brawn) behind our website. Read all About Us

Our resident globetrotter Nishita takes you to Valencia, Spain to get a ringside view of the Tomato Festival.

Check out whats hot this month in the theatre scene in Theatre in May

Also read Part I of Arjun's Vodka series - The History of Vodka

    Go Mango this summer at Hotel Sun n Sand as they beckon you to indulge in some delicious and mouth-watering mango delicacies, only at Aqua

    Beat the heat with Café Basilico's all-new range of delicious and refreshing Summer Coolers.
    Café Basilico is also running a 2 week long Mango Food Festival offering Mango based cuisine from May 7th to May 21

    Its time to get about mangoes this season at Hotel Marine Plaza. Special Mango desserts menu featuring delectable Mango cheese cake, Mango Mousse and much more to relish. At Oriental Blossom, Geoffreys and at The Bayview

    Mocha, this summer, introduces you to some soothing juicy blends and a selection of crisp salads and tummy-yummy soups that change every week.


    Karma Lounge host international DJ Mythic from London.


    Tres Botas invites all the pretty ladies out there to come have a blast at Shots, Senoritas and Sangria


    Visit Trafalgar Chowk this friday for their Live Request Nite


    This Sunday head over to Celini, at the Grand Hyatt for the special Mothers Day Lunch


    This summer stroll down Chandni Chowk’s legendary Paratha Wali Gali at Aqua, Sun-N-Sand’s 24-hour coffee shop

    This week try out Flavours from South India, the South Indian food festival at RGs Kitchen, Intercontinental Marine Drive


The harmonious, heavenly, luxurious decor and attentive staff of Tian together with Far Eastern and Chinese cuisines is what makes it unique. Add to that the new International Pub & Grill TIG’s. On the first floor Tian serves “Tyohaar” (means festival) Menu serving Peshawari and Dum Pukht /Nawabi cuisines. The Japanese level offers a true Asian hospitality experience, while the décor is contemporary with black slate floors and an intriguing wooden ceiling; the ambience is alluring and relaxing, especially the corner low seating tables. Tian boasts itself as Mumbai’s first restaurant to offer Japanese & Korean cuisine and has an extensive sushi and teppan specialties. Each level offers you a special and unique experience and cuisine. It is truly the Heaven of Asia.

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