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 Author of 40 books including India’s first ever city-restaurant guide to Mumbai in 1997, Nightlife guide to Mumbai followed by City Restaurant Guide to Pune 4 years later. Her world’s first vegetarian guide to Paris that has been making international waves.

This path breaking book published by the Times of India and India Book House won the “Oscar of Food Awards” “The World Gourmand Award 2005” and also Worlds “The best of the best” vegetarian cookbook in the past twelve years. It brings together the treasured recipes of eighty celebrated chefs and hotels worldwide. From Chicago to London, from New York to Sydney, contributing chefs include Charlie Trotter, Anton Mossiman, Marcus Samuelson and Tetsuya Wakuda, among others. The book provides a combination of adroitly assembled menus and individual recipes. Beautifully illustrated, it delivers both armchair excitement and superb kitchen instructions, offering readers the best of the world on a plate.

Around The World in 80 Plates

Yet another first-time-ever book which was launched end of January 2003 and which hit the best-seller lists. It reviews the city’s nightspots ranging from the glamorous to the grotty, party halls, paan wallas, juice and icecream centres and late night eating. A chapter on Dance bars and mujrawallis is yet another highlight.Blazing trails, Rashmi researched and wrote India’s first ever Nightlife guide to Mumbai. It gives invaluable information on nightclubs, bars, late night street eatabouts and more. It was hailed as the “must have” for every night bird.

Mumbai By Night

Rashmi wrote the weekly food column of The Hindu in Chennai for seven years and this culminated in “Rashmi s taste of Chennai” section of the Metro Plus Food Guide. She not only unearthed the most amazing foodie finds, caterers, dessert makers, tiffin services but also tried them and compiled them in this handy book.

The Metro Plus Food Guide

The first ever complete food guide to Pune city. It is a comprehensive information source on restaurants, caterers, food services and shops of the city. 

Times Food and Nightlife Guides to Mumbai…15 years

Singh  researched and wrote both volumes of Food and  Nightlife guides to Mumbai for 14 consecutive years. “The Times Food Guide to Mumbai” and “The Times nightlife guide” annually. Restaurants, caterers, dessert- makers, cooking class experts, food shops and more. 

The Midday Good food Guide to Pune, 2000 - 2001

Since 2003, The Times Group has been blazing a trail with its Food and Nightlife Guides. This year, completely updated, with a fresh new look, each guide speaks as readily to food connoisseurs as it does to local residents: with not just restaurant reviews in the 11 major metros we serve, but also the cuisines and cutting-edge concepts that work. It celebrates the successful entrepreneurs and shares their mantras. Two of India’s best-known food critics begin and end the book with their look-back and future-forward food scenes, respectively. This year, you will also find useful chapters on how to host a meal or set up a home bar and a never-before collation of how some of India’s hottest celebrities envisage a life-defining meal – their very last meal!

Times Food & Nightlife Guide Mumbai 2018

Times Food Guide: Mumbai- Restaurants & Budget Bites. We all love to eat, drink and make merry. And this is what the Times Food Guide helps you in! The much-needed Food Guide lists every flavour from the humble dhabas to the chic and classy restaurants. From bakeries, mithai shops to the best street-side eateries and even caterers! When evening falls, and the party animal in you seeks release, let the Guide lead you through lounge bars, pubs or discotheques, Chocolates, cateres, Cooking Classes. A list of eatabouts and paanwallahs has also been included.

Times Mumbai Food & Night Life Guide 2015

The worlds first ultimate vegetarian guide to Paris won Singh the special award from Gourmand world cook book awards. Paris, the world’s gourmet capital, a dream for omnivores – and a nightmare for vegetarians. Or is it? In this path-breaking book, one of India’s most intrepid foodies, Rashmi Uday Singh, shoots all the clichés, eats her way through Paris and nails a vegetarian side to it that’s as dazzling as it is delicious. From cheap and cheerful to French gastronomique – multiple surprises show up in over 500 multi-cuisine restaurants, foodshops, cooking classes, bakeries, chocolatiers and more. Fabulous vegan restaurants, a vegan bed-and-breakfast, vegan tours…The world’s first vegetarian guide to the discerning herbivore, the book is also a wonderful complement to those who enjoy their meat with a plate of potatoes – this landmark book helps you decide how to eat vegetarian well. Singh’s years of research have resulted in a comprehensive, all colour and ultimate reference guide to the world’s favourite destination for fine food.

A Vegetarian in Paris

Wanting to take part in the success and popularity of the Good Food Guide, the multi national food giant Heinz sponsored the 2003 edition. It gave invaluable information and reviews on Restaurants, caterers, dessert- makers, tiffin services cooking class experts, food shops and more.

The Hindu Metro plus food guide Chennai

Singh wrote the weekly food column of The Hindu in Chennai for seven years and this culminated in “Rashmi s taste of Chennai” section of the Metro Plus Food Guide. She not only unearthed the most amazing foodie finds, caterers, dessert makers, tiffin services but also tried them and compiled them in this handy book.

Heinz Good Food Guide 2003

This trail blazing guide was hailed as the “bible of good food to Mumbai”. Rashmi researched and ate at every single restaurant and wrote the countrys first ever city restaurant guide in 1997.

” The Mid day Good Food Guide ” at a time when no such book existed in the country. The first ever 1997 guide received rave reviews and was on the national best-seller charts for a year. It gave invaluable information and reviews on Restaurants, caterers, dessert- makers, tiffin services cooking class experts, food shops and more.

The Midday Good food Guide 1997

A comprehensive and in depth cookbook encompassing everything you always wanted to know about chicken. From how to buy, cut, store to useful and usable tips and recipes ranging from “Tandoori” “hassle-free” “healthy” to “party cooking”.A must buy for every chicken-lover.

Rashmi Uday Singh’s Chicken Cookbook

Times Food Guide: Mumbai- Restaurants & Budget Bites. We all love to eat, drink and make merry. And this is what the Times Food Guide helps you in! The much-needed Food Guide lists every flavour from the humble dhabas to the chic and classy restaurants. From bakeries, mithai shops to the best street-side eateries and even caterers! When evening falls, and the party animal in you seeks release, let the Guide lead you through lounge bars, pubs or discotheques, Chocolates, cateres, Cooking Classes. A list of eatabouts and paanwallahs has also been included.

Times Mumbai Food & Night Life Guide 2013

Times Food Guide: Mumbai- Restaurants & Budget Bites. We all love to eat, drink and make merry. And this is what the Times Food Guide helps you in! The much-needed Food Guide lists every flavour from the humble dhabas to the chic and classy restaurants. From bakeries, mithai shops to the best street-side eateries and even caterers! When evening falls, and the party animal in you seeks release, let the Guide lead you through lounge bars, pubs or discotheques, Chocolates, cateres, Cooking Classes. A list of eatabouts and paanwallahs has also been included.

Times Mumbai Food & Night Life Guide 2016

It is for her extraordinarily popular Good Food Guide that Singh is most celebrated (India’s first-ever city–restaurant guide). This handy, first-of-its-kind, insider’s guide to good food established Singh as the nation’s most clued-in commentator on all things edible.

Singh wrote the Mumbai editions of ‘The Midday Good Food Guide’ at a time when no such book existed in the country. The first ever 1997 guide received rave reviews and was on the national bestseller charts.It was followed by a two-volume set in the next year and a three-volume set followed in 2000. 

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Times Food Guides

This the fascinating story of Dr R.P. Soonawala, the man synonymous with gynaecology in India. He designed India’s first female contraceptive in 1963, now called the Soonawala IUD; he has conducted scores of training programmes across towns and villages in India, training thousands of doctors to deliver better health care. He was awarded the Padmashree in 1991. Acclaimed writer Rashmi Uday Singh pens the story of his journey from being the grandson of an engine driver and starting work in a small hospital in Mumbai to birthing generations of Kapoors, Ambanis, Godrejs and Birlas. Interspersed are tales of a how a common love for hockey led to his falling in love with the stunning Piloo Gimi, his years of struggle as a student, and his close connection with each of his patients and ward boys.

Life Giver

Due to popular demand, the single volume trail blazing guide was expanded two-volume set in the next year and a three-volume set followed in 2000.

The Midday Good food Guide to Mumbai, 2000

Good cuisine is about passion, tradition and innovation. So is success. In this unique celebration of food, celebrity achievers belonging to different regions of India and engaged in different professions, share with us their favourite recipes, which are as much about delicious food as about the joy of cooking.

Popular food columnist and author of the best-selling Mid-day Good Food Guide to Mumbai, Rashmi Uday Singh travelled to the kitchens of artists, industrialists, film stars and sportspersons, interviewing them and sampling their cooking. The result is this beautifully produced cookbook full of unusual profiles of the rich and famous, and their own recipes for their preferred dishes.The Maharaja of Jodhpur shares with us Rajsthani delicacies from his royal banquet table, while busy professionals like singer Asha Bhonsle and ace model Madhu Sapre give us their favourites from the cuisine perfected over several years in middle-class Maharashtrian households. Joint editor and director of the Hindu, Nirmala Lakshman, picks her ideal menu from the traditional, pure vegetarian Tamil Brahmin cuisine, and hotelier Vikram Oberoi demonstrates his mastery over exciting fusion cooking. Film star Sunil Shetty introduces us to the magic of Mangalorean food, which he learnt to cook as a teenager in his fatherýs Udipi restaurant, while Namita Panjabi shares with us some of the recipes that have made Chutney Mary Londonýs most popular eating place.Among the hundred odd recipes from Indian, Continental, Chinese, Thai, and Jewish cuisineýincluded here, are gongura mutton, ripe mango curry, Saraswat prawn curry, spicy moong chutney, Chettinad chicken fry, date khichri, beef with basil and caviar potatoes. Illustrated with colour photographs and with tips from master chefs appended to each recipe, The OberoiýPenguin Celebrity Cookbook is a rare and sumptuous treat.

The Penguin celebrity cookbook

Times Food Guide: Mumbai- Restaurants & Budget Bites. We all love to eat, drink and make merry. And this is what the Times Food Guide helps you in! The much-needed Food Guide lists every flavour from the humble dhabas to the chic and classy restaurants. From bakeries, mithai shops to the best street-side eateries and even caterers! When evening falls, and the party animal in you seeks release, let the Guide lead you through lounge bars, pubs or discotheques, Chocolates, cateres, Cooking Classes. A list of eatabouts and paanwallahs has also been included.

Times Mumbai Food & Night Life Guide 2014

Times Food Guide: Mumbai- Restaurants & Budget Bites. We all love to eat, drink and make merry. And this is what the Times Food Guide helps you in! The much-needed Food Guide lists every flavour from the humble dhabas to the chic and classy restaurants. From bakeries, mithai shops to the best street-side eateries and even caterers! When evening falls, and the party animal in you seeks release, let the Guide lead you through lounge bars, pubs or discotheques, Chocolates, cateres, Cooking Classes. A list of eatabouts and paanwallahs has also been included.

Times Mumbai Food & Night Life Guide 2017