I had visited and written about Bombay Barbeque here in January 2016. 

We had been meaning to go there as a family and an impromptu plan made it possible last week. 

Fortunately being a week day no reservation was required and we were quickly seated, at a table for four where one chair was missing and in spite of asking the missing chair never turned up. 

The veg starters were ok – corn, paneer, mushroom in the grill; which were ok, nothing really extraordinary. Thai, Tikki and something else was served which was the same. 

The chaat offering was good – Pani Puri, Dahi Puri, Sev Puri and aloo Tikki were worth a repeat and were done. 

Out of three of us only one opted for the mains – paneer, dal, Cajun potatoes, mix veg and salad. 

We decided to ask for Pasta – reasonably ok, at least it was hot and margherita pizza where they ran out of cheese and seemed more like a small papad with cheese. 

Desserts left us deserted – Fruits were missing, cake was best qvoided, jalebis were burnt; ice cream and Gulab Jamun saved the day. 

The service was good and consistent. They called the next day and when I shared the feedback they said “we will pass your feedback ” 

The menu needs a drastic overhaul but probably works for them. 


Location: Lokhandwala

Meal: Dinner

Food: 6/10

Drinks: 6/10

Service: 8/10

Damages: 3500/- for 3 people including 2 mocktails, service charges & taxes.

Given that there are many options around here at this price points, very unlikely forums to return. 

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Written by AD
ex waiter, angadia, travel agent, dotcomer, dukaandaar, marketeer, people watcher. appreciates single malt, food, friends