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Updated about 11hrs ago

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Balle! Balle! Sprawl on charpoys under the stars (under a shed during the monsoons) at this 200-seater VFM ethnic Punjabi place in Dadar and gorge on Sarson da Saag and Makki di Roti. Enjoy 25 per cent off on your bar bill during Happy Hours too (5.30pm to 7.30pm on weekdays). It’s the true-blue Punjabi experience here: Punjabi Kadhi Pakodi, Gobhi da Paratha, Kali Mah di Dal, Chicken Chakori Kebab or Mutton Galouti Kebab. Ask them and they will recommend their Kadhai Chhole, Methi Gosht, Chura Paratha and Khasta Roti. If you are in a mood for some Mughlai food, read the next entry.

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Buzz: 2.5/5 | Décor: 3/5

rn-By Rashmi Uday Singh

Unlike the blue-and-yellow vaulted restaurant decked with attractive flooring, the bar has a dignified and spartan feel to it. For over fifty-two years now, Pritam is still a haven for those with an inclination for classic Punju fare. In comparison to its restaurant, which is invariably busy and noisy, the bar is tranquil, allowing the customers to spend quality time by themselves. Take your pick from the good range of alcohols, cocktails (Screwdriver, Bloody Mary) and mocktails (Tropicana, Golden Dawn, Blushing Daiquiri) on offer. Sip what you like the most as you gorge on their non-veg options including Chicken Tandoori Kebab, Mutton Galouti, Pahadi Chicken. Their Sweet Garlic Cauliflower and Salted Pepper Vegetable are also worth trying.HAPPY HOURS: 5.30pm to 7.30pm (only for restaurant)

Updated about 12hrs ago

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As good as ever. Grand Hyatt’s masterly Italian restaurant’s chef Alessandro Persico continues to serve up addictively superb wafer-thin-crust pizzas and also one of the best Italian experiences in Mumbai. I revisit it, just as the book goes to press, and find it as buzzing as ever. Chef Persico bustles in the interactive show kitchen with a wood-fired pizza oven, rotisserie and charcoal grill. The superb warm Ciabatta and Garlic Bread served on the table signal the outstanding meal which follows. Outstanding Genovese Minestrone Soup served with Pesto Sauce, equally good are the wafer-thin-crust Pizza Celini (tomato, mozzarella, ricotta, fried eggplant, basil and sundried tomato) and Pizza Primavera (mixed vegetables). Unerringly cooked Tomato Ravioli and Pumpkin Tortellini and Tuna Pasta are recommended. Interestingly, even the Wholewheat Ravioli is superlative. Go for the Cod with Capers, Parmigiana Eggplant and end with the delightfully light and creamy Amaretto Crème Brûlée and dense Chocolate Cake. The fine quality of ingredients shines through. With friendly service and a well-stocked cellar of Italian wines, it continues to be one of the finest Italian experiences of the city.

PS: Request to be seated in one of the booths. Gone is the plonked-in-the-lobby, open-plan look and now it has its own entrance and revamped lower section. Three-course Set Lunch for `1,313.

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