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Updated about 2hrs ago

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This multi-cuisine restaurant offers quite a variety including Chinese, Thai, European (sizzlers too) and Indian. Lifting mood is soft music in this Italian-marbled, peach-and-green restaurant. Non-veg Kebab Platter, Murgh Reshmi Kebabs and Tangri Kebabs are some of the popular attractions here. In veg you can have Paneer Tikka Lababdar, Paneer Makhanwala, Palak Paneer, Malai Kofta, Paneer Korma and Corn Palak. Other specialities here include Pomfret in Green Sauce, Jumbo Prawns in Chilli Garlic Sauce, Thai Grilled Fish, Roasted Chicken and Lamb Peri Peri. It caters to large groups as well... for 15-20 people, they’ll offer affordably priced fixed menus. For a large gathering of 100–500, they’ll offer a non-veg or veg “celebrity” menu (the name underscores the elaborate spread). Valet parking and home delivery too.

PS: Happy Hours are from 7pm to 8.30pm; buy-one-get-one on all drinks.

Updated about 7hrs ago

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A languorous air at this moderately priced, open-air (non-airconditioned) Bandra restaurant — one block from the ocean — encourages lounging around (especially on lazy afternoons). I try their famous tasty Mutton Biryani. Bheja Masala, Hariyali Fish, Nalli Burrah Kebab that are all well-made and well-priced. Nalli Nihari and Mezbaan Kebabs are worth ordering too. You won't find a bar (but you can order interesting drinks like Mezbaan Special, Pink Special, Mezbaan Masala and more) or great desserts, but ita lovely place to lounge.

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