Continental, North Indian
BITES AND BOOZE:
The Bar Terminal is a gem amongst the many pubs mushrooming all over the city. As we enter, the first thing that draws our attention is the attractive décor of the place made from recycled junk.
We start our evening with the Lemon Grass and Kaffir Lime and Majesty’s Cup which were both refreshing. The former was a strong mix of kaffir and lemongrass while the latter was a whiskey-based combination of orange and coriander, which is a must-try. For starters, we tried the Afghani Mushrooms with green stuffing and a dollop of creamy sauce and the Ricotta-Spinach Cigar, which had the perfect blend of stuffing and a thin crispy cover which makes the cigar appetising. Arancini Indiana was a starter that took us by surprise. Made from rice and dal, this yummy fried dumpling was served with green and imli ki chutney and topped with a mini papad.
We were served the Risotto Sicilian with finely chopped zucchini for the main course. The Aloo Paratha with Burhani Raita was a perfect tribute to the northern Indian cuisine. The perfect ending to this scrumptious meal was a sinful Ferrero Mousse.
FAB OR DRAB:
This bar is a must visit for several reasons. For starters, the ambience sets the mood perfectly. The drinks, as well as the food menu, is quite elaborate and original. The food and the drink portions are worth it and the staff is quite hospitable.
6/8, Rajabahadur Mansion, Hamam Street, Next to Bombay Stock Exchange Building, Fort, Mumbai
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