Weekend Edit: Things To Do in Bombay, Thursday 18 – Sunday 21 July

Welcome to your weekend edit, curating the best of what to do, see and of course, EAT, in Bombay. From cocktail-making and community cooking, to an opportunity to hear Anamika Khanna in conversation – there’s plenty here to keep your diary full over the next few days!


As a destination in its own right, we’re never in need of a reason to visit Foodhall’s four-storey haven on Linking Road, Bandra. Well this weekend, we have three:

Salute & Song

When: Friday 19 July | 9 pm onwards

Where: Sorrentina, Foodhall @Linking Road

What: Unwind on a Friday evening with wine, jazz and your favourite Italian dishes at Sorrentina – the Sorrento-inspired restaurant, cosily tucked away at the top of Foodhall. Read our review of Sorrentina, here.

Gin Masterclass

When: Saturday 20 July | 5 pm

Where: Sorrentina, Foodhall @Linking Road

What: Curious about cocktails? Sorrentina is also hosting a cocktail-making masterclass this weekend, led by the team from Greater Than gin. One for budding mixologists, join in if you fancy perfecting the art of balancing sweet, sour, salty and bitter flavours to create your favourite tipples! Book your spot, here.

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Community Cooking

When: Saturday 20 July | 7.30 pm – 9.30 pm

Where: Foodhall Cookery Studio, Foodhall @Linking Road

What: Use the state-of-the-art kitchen at Foodhall Cookery Studio for free this Saturday. You can either bring along your own recipe and ingredients, or forage them from the thriving market in the store itself. There’s also an option to learn how to make an Asian Ramen bowl, Gooey Chocolate Brownies or Mushroom & Burrata Ravioli from the Studio’s expert team of chefs*.

{ * A nominal fee of  ₹500 per recipe is charged for pre-measured portion of all the required ingredients }

Contact Foodhall Cookery Studio for more details on: 9769441711

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Fashion For Brunch

Where: Cecconi’s, Soho House Mumbai, Juhu

When: Saturday 20 July | 10.30 am

What: Fashion For Brunch is a monthly series held at Cecconi’s restaurants around the world. Their July event is hosted by fashion journalist, Bandana Tewari, in conversation with Anamika Khanna and Rajesh Pratap Singh talking about cultural sustainability.

Entry ₹500++ | To book a spot, please email fashionforbrunch@sohohouse.com

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A Poetry Writing Workshop

Where: Tarq, Colaba

When: Saturday 20 July | 11 am – 2 pm

What: Hosted in collaboration with The Poetry Club, Mumbai – this unique poetry writing workshop ties in with Tarq gallery’s ongoing exhibition ‘Osmosis.’ Explore ideas of movement and migration, life and death, belonging and un-belonging to decipher the elements which constitute a good poem, whilst being guided to create your own. More details are available here.

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TARQ and @tpcmumbai are delighted to announce a poetry writing workshop that ties with the gallery's ongoing exhibition ‘Osmosis’. With new poems and old, alongside our ongoing exhibition, participants will navigate the ideas of movement and migration, life and death, belonging and unbelonging, and the way these constantly shape our multi-faceted identities and cultures. While exploring these themes, participants will learn the important elements that make a good poem and be guided to attempt their own. Saturday, 20th July, 2019 | 11:00 am – 2:00 pm Tickets available on @insider.in. Booking link in our bio! . . . #Mumbai #MumbaiWorkshops #ContemporaryArt #Osmosis #Poetry #PoetryWriting #PoetryWritingWorkshop #Exhibition #ArtExhibition #ArtGallery #Art #WeekendsAtTARQ #WeekendPlanner #BookNow #LinkInBio

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Hidden Gem of The Week: Food for Thought Café

Housed in a vintage bookstore near Flora Fountain, Kitab Khana, this quaintly-simple café is perfect for a rainy day, when all you’re looking for is to get stuck in a new book whilst tucking into a Bombay-style toastie. A steaming cuppa apple tea or melted hot chocolate are always an inviting proposition here too, mellowed by a lively hum of chatter as Food for Thought has amassed something of a cult following over the years!

Food for Thought, Somaiya Bhavan, 45 / 47 Mahatma Gandhi Rd, Flora Fountain, Fort | Discover more hidden gems in Bombay, here


Psst. If you haven’t already used it, my discount code on Scootsy is valid for another week (until 24 February). Simply quote FOODIE20 at the time of checkout, for a flat 20% off your total order*!

* Code is valid for one-time use only between Wednesday 10 July – Wednesday 24 July. The code does not apply to Foodhall groceries.

 

Until next week, folks! x


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Author: The Foodie Diaries

A food travel & lifestyle journal, chronicling my culinary and other adventures around town.

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