"Mumbai is where many cultures come together, and the food highlights this," Chelsea said of her time in Mumbai. She particularly loved the Pali Village Cafe, a hip little eatery in Bandra, [which] mixes Parisian with Italian and Indian."
This restaurant focused on Mediterranean dishes opened with little fanfare a few years ago but now has a cult following. You walk in and feel like you're in another world. The furniture is mismatched, and there are inlaid Spanish tiles all over. The food isn't fancy, but it's high on flavor. The bruschetta is made with the ripest tomatoes and the best olive oil. —Manu ChandraPlot No. 602, BR Ambedkar Rd., 91/(0) 22-2605-0401. This appeared in the May, 2013 issue. Read more about Manu Chandra's Bandra neighborhood of Mumbai.