Meeting a friend, playing tag with different restaurants, decided to try an old favourite, but have never been to the BKC outpost.
Reached early, saw it was quite full with small tables, good for an afternoon quick lunch. Got a table and waiting for the friend who was delayed and so ordered a plate of French fries and mutton puff.
Mutton puff taste was right on the dot; but you lost me when you nuked it. Puffs should never ever be Nuked. Maybe you can ask your customer if he would like it warmed in the oven or microwave.
French fries served cold, congealed and so pointed out to the server, who explained that they were home made fries hence like this. My reaction to that was: Over fried/refried and cold? What has home made or machine made got to do with that? These were replaced, however I have my reservation about home made – stuck together, overly brown etc.
Ordered Eggs Kejriwal asking that it be made a bit spicy. Was not spicy but quite nice. Opted for well done and not sunny side up. Would have preferred the bun a bit toasted but that’s my personal preference.
The friend ordered Akuri on toast, which seemed quite dark at least as far as my limited knowledge goes 😉 though Parsi friends also agreed. However the friend was pleased and loved the taste so was fine.
Washed it down with cold coffee which was outstanding and just right.

Some thoughts which were weird:

Wonder why a chain has hand written and scribbled prices?

And the AC was not working, with the excuse that it is the building AC so we can’t do anything.

And chilled water was just cold water inspite of repeatedly asking for it.

Ambiance: 3.5/5
Service: 2.5/5

Food: 3.5/5

Damages: Lunch Around ₹1200 for two people

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