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Dino Morea seems to be on a roll with two branches of his restaurant chain opening within a month.

September 14, 2009 5:30:00 am

Crepe Again
Dino Morea seems to be on a roll with two branches of his restaurant chain opening within a month. Crepe Station Restobar opened its Fort branch on Thursday. The turnout was mostly Dino’s friends and colleagues like Gaurav Kapoor,Surily Goel,Kim Jagtiani,Nauheed Cyrusi and Raja Dhody. Everyone was seen admiring the interiors of the restaurant. Dino was very excited. “This is the first branch on this side of town and I can’t wait to start more,” he gushed.

Showstopper The three brothers,Dino,Santino and Nicolo were great hosts and made sure everyone was having fun and their fill of the delicious starters and drinks.

By design
The who’s who of the design world glided into Indigo on Thursday for the party hosted by Pallate’s Malini Akerkar and Ali Mamaji along with Elsie Nanji in honour of industrial designer Ross Lovegrove,who says he’s having the time of his life in India. Noshir and Rashna Talati were seen zealously exchanging notes with Lovegrove. An excited Bose Krishnamachari couldn’t stop gushing about his store opening shortly. Other guests included Divya Thakur,Shahid Datawala,Sonal Shah and Mathieu Foss with wife Marie Lou Phillips.

Showstopper Lovegrove looked like a slightly overdone turkey and attributed the heavy tan to the hours he spends daily in the swimming pool at the Taj. “I’m trying to look as Indian as possible,” he joked.

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