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  • Food: 4 / 5
  • Service: 4.5 / 5
  • Decor: 4 / 5

-By Rashmi Uday Singh

It remains the celebration restaurant of the city. The hallowed Zodiac Grill may not be as much the focal point of the city’s gliteratti as it was in its heyday, but it still has not met its match and continues to reign supreme for the past 22 years. So, if you want to splurge in style, then Zodiac is still your best bet. In the suffused elegance of this exclusive, wood-panelled, Taj restaurant, everything is designed to take you into rarified stratospheres of gastronomic bliss (with prices to match). Everything is designer here... from the large blue dome with twinkling stars, especially designed Bernadaud crockery, Christoffle cutlery to the Reidel glassware. New Zealand Oysters, French Goose Liver, Fresh Enoki, the finest Caviar… all meticulously chosen and stylishly presented. Grand corporate chef Hemant Oberoi is constantly in creative mode and introduces exotic and creative new dishes. He is constantly creating and changing menus, coaxing flavours out of classical dishes and express in contemporary terms! Be it Wasabi-lacquered Scallops or or Seabass sparkled with Robusta coffee Sunflower seeds and Edamame Ravioli and more grilled Dutch Asparagus, Asparagus Shavings, Aspraragus Ravioli with Thyme and Organic Compote, Alsace Foie Gras and Sour-dough Bread Pudding. His menus keep changing, and through them all, my all-time favourite remains the airy, silken Cheese Soufflé, the Camembert Dariole and the Kahlua Mousse. Both are as seductive and sinfully rich as ever! Enjoy the fine details of the sorbets punctuating the meal, celebration cocktails and Petit Fours. Check out the seven-course Degustation Menu (Veg: Rs. 6,000, Non-veg: Rs. 7,000), which is great value, considering that appetizers average at Rs. 2,500 and mains at Rs. 3,500 each. Fixed three-course lunch (Rs. 3,500 all inclusive and Rs. 6,500 per couple all inclusive) too. Closed for Sunday lunch. The wine list, as impressive as ever, lists choicest liqueurs and cognacs!

The Zodiac Grill
  • Food: 4 5
  • Service: 3.5
  • Decor: 3.5

Review posted last week

The hallowed Zodiac Grill may not be as much the focal point of the city’s gliteratti as it was in its heyday, but it still has not met its match

The Zodiac Grill
  • Food: 4 5
  • Service: 4
  • Decor: 4

Review posted within last 6 month

Its an uber cool restaurant! very pricey indeed.. i had visited here for a close family function. Everything is typical five star! No compromise in any department.. i love the comfy seating and the service was very warm.. they have a nice selection of wines as well! i love the kiwi dessert that they served!
Visit if you can afford it! you'l have a great experience.

Favorite Dishes / Drinks: Kiwi dessert

The Zodiac Grill
  • Food: 4 5
  • Service: 4
  • Decor: 4

Review posted within last 6 month

It remains the celebration restaurant of the city. The hallowed Zodiac Grill may not be as much the focal point of the city’s gliteratti as it was in its heyday, but it still has not met its match and continues to reign supreme for the past 22 years. So, if you want to splurge in style, then Zodiac is still your best bet. In the suffused elegance of this exclusive, wood-panelled, Taj restaurant, everything is designed to take you into rarified stratospheres of gastronomic bliss (with prices to match). Everything is designer here... from the large blue dome with twinkling stars, especially designed Bernadaud crockery, Christoffle cutlery to the Reidel glassware. New Zealand Oysters, French Goose Liver, Fresh Enoki, the finest Caviar… all meticulously chosen and stylishly presented. Grand corporate chef Hemant Oberoi is constantly in creative mode and introduces exotic and creative new dishes. He is constantly creating and changing menus, coaxing flavours out of classical dishes and express in contemporary terms! Be it Wasabi-lacquered Scallops or or Seabass sparkled with Robusta coffee Sunflower seeds and Edamame Ravioli and more grilled Dutch Asparagus, Asparagus Shavings, Aspraragus Ravioli with Thyme and Organic Compote, Alsace Foie Gras and Sour-dough Bread Pudding. His menus keep changing, and through them all, my all-time favourite remains the airy, silken Cheese Soufflé, the Camembert Dariole and the Kahlua Mousse. Both are as seductive and sinfully rich as ever! Enjoy the fine details of the sorbets punctuating the meal, celebration cocktails and Petit Fours. Check out the seven-course Degustation Menu (Veg: Rs. 6,000, Non-veg: Rs. 7,000), which is great value, considering that appetizers average at Rs. 2,500 and mains at Rs. 3,500 each. Fixed three-course lunch (Rs. 3,500 all inclusive and Rs. 6,500 per couple all inclusive) too. Closed for Sunday lunch. The wine list, as impressive as ever, lists choicest liqueurs and cognacs!
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The Zodiac Grill is a European/Continental Restaurant best known for European/Continental food and is located at The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, Lobby Level, Apollo Bunder, Colaba, Mumbai, 400001. The Zodiac Grill (European/Continental Restaurant) also serves and and French. Get reviews, Rating, Menu and Address of The Zodiac Grill European/Continental Restaurant at Timescity. The Zodiac Grill offers facilities such as Buffet.

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restaurant in Colaba