Notings while straying around the streets of Bombay
and no it is not Anant Ashram in Khotachi Wadi
sounds sweet :), which is it?as opposed to 'don giovanni' in juhu, if i'm not mistaken, they actually say 'children not allowed'
that's like putting a sign - dogs welcome, only if they dont have fleas, dont bark, dont wag their tails.did you see any kids in there?
oooohhhh poor l'il bambinos:-( Don Giovanni is not friendly to them. I remember seeing this there on a dinner date with someone special
Here's a friendlier one from a local coffee joint. "Unattended children will be given an espresso and a free puppy."
Don Giovanni in Juhu and now in Worli. I believe what happened was that a waiter accidently dropped hot soup when a kid running around the restaurant banged into him. The owner then decided not to allow kids into the restaurant at all and this created quite a sitr and even appeared in Bombay Times. The owner, an Italian was accused of not accepting Indian culture and a couple of people commented that in India we take our kids everywhere. THe owner had a point wrt to safety but wasn't but forward in the most diplomatic way. Another sign you can see outside his restaurant is how shorts and flip flops arent allowed though I must admit I have been there in shorts.
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