The golden fried crispy beauties are made up from slow cooked mutton Kheema, seasoned with mint and corriander. Each bite has authentic Khoja flavours oozing out of these golden beauties. This is available as a part of the special menu cooked up for the Khoja Festival that will be on till 28th February at The Curry Brothers, Bandra.
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Hey #Bandra, we’re giving you more options for your weekend Mead hunt! Head to @hopscork and #meadup like a viking, or grab a few pints with your weekend marathon of Game of Thrones and Lord of the Rings'! Moonshine's Coffee Mead and Apple Cyder Mead are now available!
Joining the neighbourhood brigade with Condé Nast Traveller India #bandra#neighbourhood#Repost@cntravellerindia
Today on #28DaysofBandra, we're celebrating #love. Most people associate the Bandra-Worli Sea Link with a breezier commute, but for this couple, it was the #perfect backdrop for their #romantic photo shoot. They didn't care who was watching, they didn't care about the noise of traffic and the cars whizzing past behind them. And isn't that just how love should be? Happy Valentine's Day, everyone! : @athulprasad
We're halfway through our celebration of this #Mumbai neighbourhood, and to thank you all for being part of it, we've got something fun for you. At the end of the month, the person with the most popular post featured by us under #28DaysofBandra will win a dinner worth Rs4,000 at @opedromumbai! So if you haven't got shooting yet, you've got 14 days left to make us fall in love with your #Bandra.
And it all fits so perfectly #jazz#bandra#newyork Shout out to Joe in the #neighbourhood. Joint the neighbourhood brigade with Condé Nast Traveller India. #Repost@cntravellerindia
"It kind of astounds me that I’ve never really explored Bandra," says @sunhilsippy. So last Sunday, he made it a point to get up early and do just that. He ambled into bylane after bylane, stopping to chat with #people who invited him into their homes, exploring different corners, really getting the #vibe of #Bandra, and after a while, he had lost all sense of time. He was at a tailoring shop when he heard #music from outside. He wandered out to the street to see what was going on. And there he was, this man named Joe, playing Dave Brubeck’s Take Five on his trumpet as rickshaws whizzed past. And just like that, in the middle of the street, Sunhil was treated to a live #jazz concert.