"You mean we can go walking?", asked Suba, when we left the car behind. "It's quite late, you know."
My dashing husband, with Suba. Bade Miya has now expanded into the building across the street. So while you can eat standing outside, you can also have a sit down meal. We didn't want to stand, not on high heels!
Lankesh and me
Waiter Number 5, our Man at Bademiya. This little card, by the way, is ALSO the menu.
Ta-da! Flip the card around, and this is what Bademiya offers! No prices listed. None needed.
Service is quick, and the chutneys that the roomali comes with are just heavenly.
On the way home, we rounded things off nicely with the legendary strawberries-and-cream at Haji Ali. Suba was all praise for it.
We got back home at 2:00 in the morning, happy and full. I realised that seeing Mumbai through the eyes of a close friend, a first time visitor, is real fun.