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Ziya: Inspired Plates

With an all-new menu and celebrated Michelin-star chef Vineet Bhatia back in the saddle, a dinner at Ziya undoubtedly makes for an unforgettable gift. Interestingly titled the Ziya Journeys, the extensive revamped menu draws significantly from the chef's passion for travel, food and experimentation, along with the street food of Mumbai-the city Bhatia grew up in. When Bhatia is in the kitchen, you do not expect the conventional but exceptional, so instead of typical ragda, tikkis and chaat, on his menu are goat cheese and smoked cashew gujiya

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