The Lovefools is a dinner lab devoted to the idea that every meal is an artful adventure, for both, cook and diner.
Accordingly, with its fancifully curated dinners, The Lovefools seeks to combine and experiment with intriguing cuisines,
ingredients, textures, flavours and techniques. Incorporating drama and deceit, harmony and dissonance,
foreign and familiar, with the sole purpose of awakening all your senses in the course of one meal.

Set in a cozy villa overlooking Pali Naka in Bandra, The Lovefools offers elaborate eight-course dinners
at a community table on Saturday nights, experimental dinners on Trial Tuesdays, curated private dinners
on request, and a line of small-batch artisanal ice creams.

The Lovefools is a dinner lab devoted
to the idea that every meal is an artful
adventure, for both, cook and diner.
Accordingly, with its fancifully curated dinners,
The Lovefools seeks to combine and experiment
with intriguing cuisines, ingredients, textures,
flavours and techniques. Incorporating drama
and deceit, harmony and dissonance,
foreign and familiar, with the sole purpose of
awakening all your senses in the course of one meal.

Set in a cozy villa overlooking Pali Naka in Bandra,
The Lovefools offers elaborate eight-course
dinners at a community table on Saturday nights,
experimental dinners on Trial Tuesdays,
curated private dinners on request,
and a line of small-batch artisanal ice creams.

The Lovefools is run by Chef Sarita Pereira, who doesn’t consider it dinner unless
it covers four continents, lasts four hours, and you talk about it for days.

While she has always been a devotee of all things culinary, Sarita formally trained with celebrated
Catalan Chef Nandu Jubany at his eponymous Michelin-starred restaurant, Can Jubany, in Calldetenes, Spain.
The experience deeply influences and inspires Sarita’s own approach to crafting her dinners.

Sarita and her brigade of chefs spend nearly a week putting together each dinner.
Taking into account the preferences and peeves of each guest (Vegan? Gluten intolerant?
Hate aubergines? Love bacon?). It is a labour of love.

The Lovefools is run by Chef Sarita Pereira,
who doesn’t consider it dinner unless
it covers four continents, lasts four hours,
and you talk about it for days.

While she has always been a devotee
of all things culinary, Sarita formally trained with
celebrated Catalan Chef Nandu Jubany at his
eponymous Michelin-starred restaurant,
Can Jubany, in Calldetenes, Spain.
The experience deeply influences and inspires
Sarita’s own approach to crafting her dinners.

Sarita and her brigade of chefs spend
nearly a week putting together each dinner.
Taking into account the preferences and peeves
of each guest (Vegan? Gluten intolerant?
Hate aubergines? Love bacon?).
It is a labour of love.