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Bandra in Mumbai gets a fitting replacement to an old neighbourhood favourite watering hole. With stunning views and local ingredients, it doesn't get more 'South Africa' than Sand at Plettenberg Bay.

 
 
A swank India Grill Room attempts to amalgamate the feisty flavours of pan-Indian gastronomy with upscale dining.
Hong Kong's Chilli Fagara sets the standard in extreme dining. Challenge your tastebuds to see if you can take the heat.
The best Indian wines can be as good if not better than the foreign competition, but only if the vineyard gets it right.
Thomas Twining was fed up with his country's habit of waking up to ginger ale and coffee so he began serving a range of hot teas in  London.
Sunday brunches are passe. The latest trend is to watch the sun set over the weekend as you relax with a glass of wine.
 
 
In Switzerland, every room has a view and every building a history. Here's how Geneva's Mandarin Oriental took the story onward.
The world's best restaurant migrates to Britain for ten days during the Olympic Games.
Italian food is always a favourite but never easy to get right. Sicilia at Dubai's Ibn Battuta hotel has much in its favour.
An Australian Shiraz with nihari gosht? You'll bless the marriage once you experience the two do the tango on your palate.
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