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Fellas Cafe

A paradise for the health conscious, as this eatery in Khar promises juices, appetizers, soups, salads and sandwiches in numerous varieties. Unlike the run around the mill caffeinated cafes in town, Fellas Cafe prides itself on being a health Cafe. The menu comprises of delights especially designed to suit the palate of health freaks and diet conscious people. The best ...

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Falafels – Veg Hummus House

Take a break from pizza, burgers, franky, chats etc and indulge in ‘Falafel’ a street food straight from the Middle East. India’s first Lebanese chain ‘Falafels – Veg Hummus House’ has currently 8 outlets in Mumbai and slowly expanding all over India… Generally accepted to have first been made in Egypt, falafel has become a dish eaten throughout the Middle ...

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Restaurant Review: Moshe’s Cafe

The Moshe’s Cafe located smartly at all the city’s hip and happening places is a popular hangout mostly among youngsters. More than the food and ambience, Cafe Moshe’s has become a rage more for the crowd it attracts (celebrity kids and the likes) and a bit less for the food. Thus, ‘We are hanging out at the Moshe’s’ has been ...

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Restaurant Review: Dynasty

If you ever pass through S.V road in Santacruz (west) don’t miss the chance to visit the famous Dynasty Chinese restaurant near Akbarallys. The restaurant has been there since ages and is very popular among Chinese cuisine lovers. Yes, it serves lip smacking Chinese cuisines which are extremely spicy that will leave your nose running. Oops! The restaurant has no ...

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Top 5 Independence Day Special Treats.

On the sixty-fifth Independence day for India, celebration is a must. and every celebration is incomplete without the basic essential, called FOOD! So this independence day, JAM suggests something with a patriotic flavour to cool you down in the season,- 1. Carrot milk shake – An excellent milk shake, bright orange colour, and the perfect recipe with a hint of ...

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