Its shiny, white exteriors glint in the sunlight, as it gently bobs in the waves that lap the pier at Mahim Bay. Dark glass windows hide behind them the boat’s impressive interiors, all swish and new. Now, these interiors will have liveried waiters bustling about with platters of food as diners sit back and enjoy a pleasant evening in Mumbai’s first floating restaurant, AB Celestial.
Chocolate — for love or loathing. It is a cure, and at times, the solution, a lover’s plea and a sinner’s salvation. Chocolate — the food that gives the ordinary brown a sinful connotation. An evil so tempting that Charlie’s factory could be built on it. Chocolate — spiced, hot — chilli-hot, mangoed, rolled into laddoos, spread in halwa, wrapped in the scent of paan, powdered, crunched, crushed, swirled — into crazy and subtle Indian flavours.
Singer and songwriter Lucy Rose’s heart is that of a traveller. Her songs take you on life’s journey through love, loss and, at times, loneliness. The songs keep you company while you find your way through the complicated maze of human emotions. Coming from Warwickshire, the United Kingdom, singer and songwriter Lucy Rose has discovered herself in her third album,... Continue Reading →