-By Rashmi Uday Singh
It’s created around a fictional character HCH (His Culinary Highness) Lord Worlington (of Worli, of course) and the restaurant is ”his humble abode”, done up with stained glass window arches, nineteenth-century portraits and maps et al. The menu (”Diary of a Gourmet”) serves many a pleasant surprise… above-average veggie dishes, from the authentic Sarson da Saag, the interesting crunchy and tangy Tomato Sev, Yellow Dal Tadka, and the buttery Black Dal. Try the non-veg kebabs (including the Seekh and Chicken Dori Kebab) and well-made Nalli Gosht too. And Mrs Worlington’s Murgh Khumbh Shorba is flavoursome too. It’s the ”beyond” which disappoints. A long-winded European/Global menu (squishy Chicken à la Kiev, gloopy salad). Even the Calamari Rings are overdone. In fact, in the seafood (except for the Jumbo Tandoori Prawns), the Prawn Curry and the Fish Tikkas are not as good as the rest. Limited wine list (only Four Seasons and Chantilli), cocktails et al. disappoints. VFM four-course lunch menus (veg: `349; non-veg: `399).
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