I got into a whole different orbit in more ways than one. Navi Mumbai itself was a totally different Mumbai. And its Inorbit Mall spins in an orbit of its own, too. A behemoth of gleaming lights, it’s cacophonic, jam-packed and bustling. It buzzed on many different floors and offered as many dining options as shops. Guiding me through this was a gallant young man, who’d been here, done that. He skillfully steered me past wild-eyed determined shoppers and those who had come into the air-conditioned cool of the mall just to ogle. And we lined up behind the hungry ones, prowling around for the kill like us. We zeroed in on Soy Street because I was curious to know what a Pan Asian restaurant in a Navi Mumbai mall would be like. DÉCOR Pleasant, cheery décor greeted us. Black and white painted walls and TV sets. Black wooden tables, blue floor, large well-stocked bar counter and well lit open terrace, too. FOOD Pan Asian (which takes within its sweep Burma to Japan) and surprise! Surprise! South Indian, too. It’s the crispy, vibrantly spiced chatpatta Bangkok chicken that we enjoyed the most. Chicken lollipop, mutton chilli… tasty Chindian dishes. Soft… Read full this story
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