-By Karen Anand
Leopold's is an institution on the Bombay eating-out scene. Originally an Irani cafe, it expanded to include a variety of cuisines which appealed both to tourists and to old-time Bombayites. And now we have Cafe Leo's in the middle of the Pyramid Complex in Koregaon Park extension. The cafe doesn't have the same Irani interiors of the mother ship in Mumbai, but you still find the same spirit, menu, flavours, execution and presentation. Expect to find hearty dishes, full flavours, large portions and very reasonable pricing. They also have their famous "tower beer", a long pitcher of sorts, which is a favourite in Mumbai. Leo's is open for breakfast all the way through to dinner (10am to midnight). The menu is huge, but they seem to cope quite well with the enormous variety of Chinese, Indian, European, sizzlers and snacks. Try the Stir-Fried Chicken in a red sauce, the crisp Mongolian Chicken, the Greek Salad tossed in olive oil and herbs, and the Mediterranean Salad with a mayonnaise-based dressing. Vegetarian pasta lovers, do try Leo's Special Pasta. Not for those on a diet. The Indian food here is classic North Indian - the Tandoori Pomfret was lip-smacking; the Mutton Rogan Josh, though not authentic, was quite delicious; and the gigantic Tandoori Roti was quite spectacular. A great place for young people in the mood for casual partying.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
I went there with a huge group of friends. We made a huge order there out of which i tried Mongolian Chicken and a bit of the Greek Salad. Both were nice but i liked chicken most. It was well cooked and yummy. Overall, it was a nice place to hangout!!
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