Sir Ratan Tata Institute

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The old Parsi haunt jazzes it up with gourmet fare

The popular Hughes Road institution has been a city landmark since 1929; and the cuisine on offer has had a dedicated clientele. Now, winds of change are beginning to waft into the kitchen, where Parsi women who found employment in the past, were taught to prepare French pastries by Sheramai Tata, a cousin of late Naval Tata

What’s cooking at RTI? by Farrokh Jijina

Their dar ni pori now shares shelf space with Chocolate Cherry Pudding and Crepe Suzettes. And patrel with Crab Cakes with Tamarind Mayo and Aubergine Parmigiano. Known for their delectable Parsi snacks and bhonu, and for their nod to “Western” food (think quiches, pies and the like), the Sir Ratan Tata Institute (RTI) has launched, […]

Restaurant review: R.T.I by Rashmi Uday Singh

Full disclosure: It’s been a life-long love affair. I love the Parsis and all things Parsi. I don’t need a reason to celebrate them or be with them, but I had one this time. It was the heralding of spring — Jamshed e Navroze (21st March).

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