The Hundred-Foot Journey Setting

Richard C Morais
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West Bombay

West Bombay was the birthplace of Hassan Haji. Twenty years later it was renamed Mumbai.

London

Southall was the area of London where the Haji family settled after moving to England. The area was London’s unofficial homeland for Indians, Pakistanis, and Bangladeshis. Hassan and Ubar would often travel to Camden a district in London that reminded them of their home in Mumbai. Hassan met and fell in love with an older woman who was a shop girl in the Camden district.

Le Chien Mechant

After working in Paris several years, Hassan decided to open his own restaurant. He named the restaurant Le Chien Mechant. It was located in an exclusive area of Paris.

Maison Mumbai

Formerly known as the Dufour Estate, Maison Mumbai was the name of Abba's Indian restaurant in Lumeire, France.

Le Saule Pleureur

Le Saule Pleureur was a famous French restaurant owned by...

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