positive food colouring creates an appetite

When a restaurant menu says that a little extra time might be taken to cook the food, I have now learnt to accept it for good reason. This is because it generally equates to greater quality as illustrated by the Indian sports bar and lounge, Mumbai Junction in Harrow, northwest London. Afterall you are eating in someone else’s den and part of the whole experience is them providing a homely hospitality.

a different meaning to the term ‘MJ’ often associated with the famous singer

Indeed you can experience all synonymous with Mumbai at this junction. Television screens air a plethora of Bollywood soundtracks whilst any mainstream cricketing event from Mumbai is first choice on the box, not least an Indian Premier league match. The television views compliment your seated position. Whilst many of you might associate lollipops with all things sweet, you must try battered chicken lollipop dish at Mumbai Junction. It comes with a sumptuous sauce and has meat lovers chomping by the bit.

eyes up eyes down as the food and televised entertainment blows you away

Fusion food can often sound better in description than the final product. However the five star chefs here ensure careful quantities of homemade spice and flavour are incorporated to produce flavoursome dishes such as Haka noodles. Indeed the main courses are on par with the starters, unlike some restaurants where the curry sauce is far in excess of the meat or veg content of the dish.

how many lollipops can you handle_

There is also a conservatory that hosts private events. Lucky diners may find themselves immersed in one as an unofficial guest. This only adds to the busy and buoyant atmosphere of Mumbai Junction. Hence next time you hear someone state that they wish to go to Mumbai, just point them in the direction of their very own backyard.

About Ranjit Shergill

I love opinions whether I agree or disagree with them and as such writing presents me with the golden opportunity to share my views across a large landscape of readers. My aspiration is to draw viewership from all backgrounds, thereby reaching out to a worldwide audience. Whilst on a flight to India when I was seven years old I sang jingle bells for the whole duration of the flight. This subsequently led to my growing interests in aviation and indeed travelling. I currently work in Sports Analytics and see my job as a privilege getting to watch sport which most followers would do for free! It is safe to say that I am addicted to travelling, whether it be going on off the beaten track experiences that I endured during my trip through the backroads of Central America or going on city bike tours in glamorous settings such as the River Danube. I embrace cultural hotspots and feel that travelling combines exciting adventures with humbling life experiences. I currently reside in my hometown of Harrow in London, United Kingdom. Given that London is one of the most visited and storied cities in the world, I feel very privileged to have grown up in such an environment. !