-By Marryam H Reshii
The two-decade-old restaurant started by India's first foodie, Bhicoo Manekshaw, has a compact menu that has largely stayed unchanged since the opening. It doesn't serve alcohol and is closed for dinner as well as on Sundays. But this institution has been dishing out its specialities for so long that it has the formula down pat. The creamiest, most buttery Chicken Liver Pate in town over whisper-thin Melba toast, the Quiche Lorraine with the lightest, most flavourful filling, and an assortment of vegetarian or chicken dishes, all perfectly cooked the classical way. It is a hit with the expatriate crowd and the ladies who lunch. Service is brisk and efficient. It's a relief to come back to a place that is run like a tight ship, unchanging even in the smallest detail ever since its inception.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
Somebody recommended me Basil and Thyme to have some good food. I went there last week for lunch. I ordered chicken liver pate along with the quiche lorraine and few other things. I loved the chicken liver pate, it was creamy and very yummy to have. The service of the place was quite efficient and waiters were quite good at their service. Ambiance was good as well. Interiors were nicely done and everything was looking beautiful around. All in all, a great place to have food.
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