Bandra buzzes. Before leaving for Spain, I popped into Busaba's baby sibling Busago and as you can see from the photo I shot, I ate almost everything on the short menu.rnrnDecorrnCheery. Stamp sized. Crammed with five tables, open kitchen. Asian multicuisine Menu and specials chalked onto the blackboard. A small alfresco area too.rnrnFoodrnPlease notice the three bottles of "Chibs multipurpose sauces" in the photo…turn up the spice levels of your food and buy them (Red chilly is the best. Rs.68) to take them home too. The star of Nikhil Chibs menu (the first to introduce it to Mumbai),is the velvety, coconutty Burmese kaukswe, ladled on to either noodles or rice and sprinkled with crispy crunchy condiments and twist of lime. Go for the meals in a bowl. Ask for the moist steamed crunchy Vegetarian Momos and prawn Momos. The special of the day, the bekti steamed fish sparkled with lemon is worth trying, as is the succulent, robustly spiced Korean Bulgogi. Go for the Freshly squeezed "Make your own juice", Nespresso coffee (served in a paper cup, alas) too. Though not authentic the Banh mi sandwich is tasty, filling and inexpensive.rn rnMinus PointsrnBland Thai curry, Madras curry powder laden Cambodian curry are avoidable as is the coconut nimbu pani laced with ginger and honey. Lacklustre Kungpao with peanuts. Hard crusted, oversweet Banoffee pie. No alcohol.rnrnMy PointrnOpen through the day, VFM (average meal for 2, Rs.500. Home delivery too). Though some of the dishes are patchy the kaukswe and momos are worth trying. A welcome addition to buzzing Bandra.
Review posted last week
It's the sausages that are the best here. The well made duck sausage with skin comes out tops, as does the pork Cumberland sausage drizzled with a brown sauce. The cured pork chop on the bone, the Kassler delights with it's smoky flavor. Tender, juicy baby back spare ribs glazed with smoked BBQ sauce, grilled Bratwurst are worth trying. Flavorsome chorizo...
Favorite Dishes / Drinks: Burmese Khauswey, Chocolate Tart, Momos
Review posted last week
Cheery. Stamp sized. Crammed with five tables, open kitchen. Asian multicuisine Menu and specials chalked onto the blackboard. A small alfresco area too
Favorite Dishes / Drinks: Burmese Khauswey, Chocolate Tart, Mom
Review posted this month
BusaGo is known for Thai also offers Korean, Vietnamese & Fast food. Their popular dishes are Momos, Banofee Pie, Lemon tart. one more good restaurant in Bandra region.
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