This is a suburban Village which belonged to the British when the rest of Mumbai was with the Portuguese. The locales call it Vandre and the word Bandra is said to have originated from the Urdu/ Parsi word Bandar meaning a provibce or a city. It was once just a fishing village and now the development is so much here that many of the celebrity houses are found in this region. It is at present a posh locality of outer Mumbai. The graffiti on the walls is also a contribution of the British rule as the culture is completely western and was adapted during that time. Apart from many educational institutions and attractions, the St. Mary Church is the most visited place here.
Bar Stock Exchange
This is a great place to drink without burning a hole in your pocket. The Bar Stock Exchange is a unique concept, where the prices of alcohol are dynamic, based on the current demand and supply, just like at the stock market. Also the fact that it's open till 1:30 in the night should give you reason enough to chill there.Where: 1st Floor, Club House Equinox Business Park, KurlaContact: 022 69000146How much: Rs. 1,200 for 2
Olive Bar & Kitchen
The taste of the whole world under the same roof is served here. This restaurant is a favorite of many people given the delicious continental food and extremely good service. The ambience is very comfortable and classy. It is a perfect destination for romantic dinner or lunch outings. They also have an outdoor dining option which pleases customers especially during the winter days. The fish platters and Italian based dishes are extremely well served. The presentation of the food is worth mentioning. The location of the restaurant is very convenient in the Mehrauli area just near the Qutub Minar.
The Balleshwar temple is located in the village Pali which is at a distance of 120 km from Pune. The temple is also known as the Ballal temple. The entire darshan has to be completed and no temple should be left. Devotees can halt anytime they want and complete the darshan either in 2 or 4 days too.
One of the most expensive places to celebrate this legendary meal is at Dhoop. They have organised a pop-up meal on Sunday. It sounds totally brilliant. organiser: Sneha Nair of Poppaddum catering service date & time: 7th sunday; two sittings – 12 and 2.30 pm. cost: veg/non-veg – 1200/1500 reservations: firstname.lastname@example.org Think this is almost sold out. So call soon if you want to reserve your spot!
Sacred Heart Church
This is a church which is situated on the southern boulevard of Pondicherry and is a very old one. This was definitely built by the French colonials in the Gothic style of architecture. The maintenance of this building is worth admiring because till date when we stand in front of the church it seems to be built just a few months back. The red colour of the church makes it look very bright and it also can be seen from quite a distance. The Belgium glass detailing inside the church makes it look even more beautiful. The cleanliness over here is remarkable and the beautiful Sunday Masses are worth admiring.