It’s a six-table café tucked away behind Colaba Causeway’s (now called the Shaheed Bhagat Singh Marg) teeming shops and stalls. Small, it may be, but it’s a pocket-sized dynamo. It’s packed to the seams with cheery crowds (can get loud) who come for wholesome VFM European and Italian fare like sandwiches, pastas, main courses, burgers and first-rate desserts. Popular dishes include Chicken Cordon Bleu, Shop ‘n’ Chop (two breasts of chicken fillet, crumb-fried and served with spicy tomato sauce), Crackerjack Prawns (prawns with cheesy coating deep-fried and served with homemade tartar), Lobster Thermidore and Lamb Chops at the Mountain. Their portions are generous and their soups (Mushroom and Bacon or Cream of Mushroom) are meals in themselves. All sandwiches are served with fries and side salad. Whoppers are served on sesame-seed bun with sautéed onion, tomato, cucumber, lettuce, coleslaw and fries. My picks? Lasagne, Fettuccine Alfredo, Chicken Valdostana, Chicken à la King and Prawn Shashlik. Service can be slow, but that just gives you time to soak in the charm of the place. Of course, you should find a parking spot first which is nothing less than an adventure in itself.
Review posted this week
Churchill is one of those places that Mumbai is proud of. It's been around forever and the food has only got better with times. Be it the Pasta, the soup, or even their pastries. Its very difficult to come away from Churchill unsatisfied. The only downside is its a small restaurant and you may have to wait to be seated.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
The dessert was very good and so was the garlic butter fish. I wasn't impressed by their salads.
Review posted more than a year ago
great continental food . lasagne and prawn shashlik are tasty . little too expensive
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