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Karl Marx has arrived in Kalbadevi. He wants to speak. And he waits endlessly for a chance, but Mumbai has no time to listen to him on his lecture on economics, politics or philosophy. Though, somehow through a comical mix-up he gets a chance, and he talks about his family, his friends, the Das Kapital and boils on his butt, as well as the enormous and magnanimous Thali he had at Bhagat Tarachand.
With Ganesh Chaturthi just around the corner, Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel will be serving a great variety of Modaks and a traditional Maharashtrian menu. Guests can indulge themselves in gastronomic delights by trying out innovative Modaks such as Chocolate Modak, Motichoor Modak, Ukdiche Modak, fried Modak, coconut jaggery, Mawa and saffron, Kalakand Modak, traditional dry fruits Modak, Chikki Modak and Besan Modak.
Legends have repeatedly iterated the fact that the elephant god Ganesh loves his food. Much like us, we might add, although there is nothing holy about our cravings. Anyway, back to the point - Ganesh Chaturthi is just a couple of days away and if you are struggling to make the perfect modaks for your deity, then we have a few recipes that would make your life easy.
Open only in the evening, this fairly new Andheri arrival is already rocking. Boveda ("vault" in Spanish) doesn't mean you go looking for Spanish food (there are a few dishes). Don't go for looking for dinner either, do go for a great night out (plenty of action) cocktails, well-plated starters (please see photo) and a lusty, young vibe. Rock on!