This is the concluding part of this series about Christmas in Mumbai, all about restaurants and foods.
The decorations at Mumbai’s favorite café – Café Mondegar.
Another wall in the same eatery with the Santa clause welcoming everyone.
The stars welcoming everyone under the green canopy at another restaurant called Candies.
Christmas tree at the same establishment.
The festive food tray being served at Candies.
Even the take away bags bore festive look.
The Christmas Special Plum Cake, welcoming people at Indigo Deli Restaurant.
The traditional goan style Coconut and Sugar Sweet Treats at the American Express Bakery.
Lots of sweetmeats at the Theobroma Bakery.
The Theobroma’s take on Christmas Plum cake.
The gift packs of the same at the Theobroma Bakery.
Continuing from the last post, these are the snapshots of Christmas decorations seen in shopping arcades.
A delicate looking and beautifully decorated Xmas tree at the Palladium Shopping Complex.
Fairy lights welcoming all at the Palladium Shopping Complex.
A tree of gifts, oh I want!!
A better and closer look of this window.
A very decorative and real life size Father Christmas with his crew, looking from a shop window in South Mumbai – Colaba.
And yes a snowman too.
The last picture is my personal favourite, because they seem to have taken the Christmas celebration to the other pole – South Pole.
We too celebrate Christmas here in Mumbai, although not on such massive scale. But hey, its festive season and all churches, malls as well as restaurants are lit up. So, let’s just enjoy!!
The very famous Afghan Church with Stars lined up.
The main door of this church with festive lights and a Star.
The Star hanging on the porch; which has vintage wooden beams.
The nativity scene outside the Mount Mary Church.
And here’s a close up.
A beautiful couplet welcoming all and sundry to the Mount Mary Church.
The beautiful statue of Mother Mary at the Mount Mary Church.
The flower decked altar of the same church.
The Last Supper of Jesus carved at the base of the altar.
Another nativity scene inside the Mount Mary Chucrh.
Here’s a closer look.
The interior – all shiny and colourful of the same church.
The mistletoes and bells hanging on the door.
The outside open altar with the Christmas tree and its very own Santa clause.
The Portuguese Church decorated in a pretty simple way.
The front façade of the same church.