Hotel Ram Ashraya
Sumeet Nagdev Dance Arts
SNDA offers tons of dance classes, from contemporary and ballet to Kalaripayattu (a Keralan martial art) and Bollywood. You can drop in...
The Mumbai centre for the BKS Iyengar tradition of yoga has walk-in classes.
A variety of yoga traditions are taught at this homey, Western-style yoga centre, housed in a Portuguese bungalow by the sea. Also has a...
At Shiro, water pours from the hands of towering Japanese faux-stone goddesses into lotus ponds, which reflect shimmering light on the...
There’s a lot more to southern food than idli and dosas. Exquisite dishes from all over the south, ranging from Andhra and Coorg to...
Lonely Planet review
Tucked away in the Tamil enclave of King’s Circle, 80-year-old Ram Ashraya is beloved by southern families for its spectacular dosas, idli (round steamed rice cakes), upma (semolina cooked with onions, spices and coconut) and filter coffee. The menu, written on a chalkboard, changes daily. To get here, take the Central Line from CST; it’s just outside the Matunga station’s east exit.