-By Rashmi Uday Singh
One of the few budget restaurants to serve traditional Bengali fare, Melody Cafe ( two locations: Seven Bungalows and Versova ) has been a well-kept secret, but not anymore. The Seven Bungalows location is easy to miss since it’s behind a very crowded bus stop. Warm wooden floors, bright halogen lamps, two-toned red-and-blue walls and a frosted glass wall through which you can see the kitchen, greet you inside. With a long list of authentic dishes — fish, chicken and even a huge vegetarian section — we couldn’t wait to start. The biryani done in authentic Bengali style, had the right amount of elaichi-flavoured rice with bursts of chicken. The rolls were nothing spectacular and something you might find at every second joint. Kathi Kebab had juicy and flavourful chicken pieces. They also have Bengali Thalis ( Rs 170 and above ) which make a good meal. Try them out to get a taste of Bengal on your plate. Average Punjabi fare.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
I went Melody Café last evening with a friend, whom I met suddenly in the market. It was a sudden visit and we were unaware of the place. we find the décor pretty nice and cool to hangout. We took chiken and mutton Kathi Kebab. They were delicious and yummy. The food was reasonable and really good to have.
Melody Café – a definitely nice place to hangout with friends and to visit in evening.
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