What Is It?

Times Celebrate Bandra is a week long festival celebrating the queen of suburbs featuring films, theatre, music, art, sports, and food. The celebrations will commence with the Food Carnival on November 12 and 13, hosted by Small Fry Co. There’ll be 15 live food stations and 5 food product stalls, games for adults and kids, a community installation, a bar with mixologists and music. The food carnival is being held at the Bandra Gymkhana, and one can expect stalls from the likes of Mexican Express, Pack-A-Pav, The Stick House {they make potato tornadoes}, 1441 Pizzeria and Bina’s homemade ice cream. There are musical peformances slated to happen at the Bandstand promenade and Bandra amphitheatre starting 7.30pm.

Who Is It For?


For people living in Bandra or outside, the idea is to celebrate the fervour and spirit of the cobbled streets, the amazing eateries, the churches and the people of the city. If you want to join in on the celebrations, head to the Bandra Gymkhana this weekend.

Why Should I Go?

It’s a fantastic way to spend a Sunday in Bandra if you feel too lazy to hop eateries. Bandra is great to walk in but not on a lazy Sunday.

Anything Else?


You’ll need to pay an entry fee of INR 100 to get in. Don’t carry those five hundreds.

Where: Bandra Gymkhana, 42, St Andrew’s Road, D’Monte Park Rd, Bandra West

When: Sun, Nov 13

Timings for Food Carnival: 4pm-10pm

Photos source: Times Celebrate Bandra Food Carnival