The salad bar at Westfield’s new Westfield Centre in Mumbai looks a bit like a salad bar from the future.
It has three high-end, high-quality salads: the most expensive is the $100,000 Salad Bar, featuring a roasted pepper, black truffle, sweet potato, and a mango with a touch of lemon.
The salad is served with two sides: a salad of the most tender, the crispy fried chickpeas, and the more savory and tangy roasted and caramelized cauliflower.
The other two sides are a more expensive but less spicy version of the salad, which is topped with a crunchy roasted cauliflower and a spicy red chilli.
The entire dish is served in a bowl, and there are two glass cups, each containing about 10g of ground almonds.
The $75,000 Combo Salad is served on a bed of sweet potato and a sweet potato salad with a crispy cauliflower topped with an intense roasted and crisp red chillie sauce.
The Combo Salad costs $55,000, but is also served on the bed of roasted caulicle.
The salads are made from scratch at Westfalia, which means the quality is almost 100 per cent organic, and cost just $35,000.
The restaurant, a five-star hotel chain, is a success story in Mumbai, India, the financial capital of India, and its the only salad bar in the city.
The idea of opening a restaurant that sells the most delicious food and drinks in the world has taken hold, and Westfala is a rare example of a place that has managed to survive on the back of the trend.
It is also an example of what some say is a paradox of Indian food culture: the more traditional it is, the more difficult it is to keep it afloat.
For decades, Indian restaurants have been trying to make a name for themselves in the international restaurant world by making the most of the culinary traditions of other countries.
The Bombay Bistro, a popular Indian restaurant chain, opened its first outlet in London in 2006, and then opened another one in Singapore in 2014.
In 2017, India’s biggest restaurant chain had a restaurant in Dubai and two in London, but it didn’t take long for the trend to turn elsewhere.
“People here are used to eating Indian food,” said Arvind Gupta, the founder of the India Food and Wine Festival, which organizes the food and wine festivals around the country.
“It’s just a matter of making it in India.”
The restaurant industry in India has been growing since the late 1990s, when the country became a hub for Indian-American expatriates who were attracted to the lifestyle and culture.
Indian food and drink is popular in Mumbai.
Many of the best restaurants in the country serve Indian food.
For years, the Mumbai Bistros had been one of the country’s best-known Indian restaurants, but that changed when the Mumbai Restaurants Association came to power in 2005 and forced the owners to close their outlets.
They opened a new restaurant in a hotel near the Taj Mahal in 2014, which has been around for almost two decades.
But for the last decade, the new owners have been selling their remaining properties.
They closed one of their outlets in 2016, and in 2018, they sold their entire restaurant in Pune, Maharashtra, for just $50,000 and moved to a new location.
“This has been a big loss for us, as we’ve spent almost a decade building this brand and developing this restaurant,” said Shivan Kumar, the owner of the new Westfalian.
“We wanted to build something that would be part of the cultural fabric of Mumbai.”
The new restaurant has been opened as a small, family-friendly restaurant.
Its main attraction is the salad bar, which the new owner has opened in a restaurant and catering space.
The owner, who didn’t want to be identified, said the business is profitable.
But the new restaurant is still in its infancy, with the salad club being the only part of it that is being run by the owners.
The new owners, who are the sons of former chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, don’t want the restaurant to become a hub of an international restaurant.
They are happy to keep the salad bars in India as a tribute to their parents and their roots.
But some have been questioning the authenticity of the food in the salad clubs.
“The quality is very good, but I think the quality of the meat is not as good as it should be,” said Vishal Kumar, a food writer who has written for the Times of Indian and the Bombay Times for years.
“They’re serving up a lot of bad food.
They’re not very good at making the food taste good.”
The owners are also concerned about what the restaurants look like, and have started a Facebook page to collect feedback from the community about what they are trying to achieve.
“I am very worried about the look and