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Usually it is Chinese, Italian or even Japanese restaurants that are easily found and widely popular. Middle Eastern cuisine and dishes are token dishes found on 'multicuisine' menus. Aqaba is one of the few restaurants serving Middle Eastern cuisine and is a proper restaurant and not a quick fix takeaway joint. It is located in a corporate building which is an unusual spot for a restaurant but the food still attracts a crowd. All the dishes on their mezze menu and kababs / grills menu are their highlights and you could eat a meal of just those dishes.
We had a quarterly review at this place, visited first time.Pretty decent place and good ambience.Staff friendly but not fully trained on gluten free and dairy free cuisine....but he tried hard to get some stuff gluten free, much appreciated his efforts.
We did lunch. The food was good however the hummus and chicken was delicious. The restaurant is clean with tables far away from each other hence the seating is like a five star hotel coffee shop very spacious. The service is with a smile and everything is very clean. Even the loos are very clean. Rs 2400 per couple at the very minimum with soft beverages and a sweet dish.
Had never heard about this lovely place. Had gone for a meeting in the building it's in and my accountant told me about it. One section is a fine dine and the other with a more casual vibe. The service is efficient. I liked the chicken shawarma, mezze platter, kebab meswi and the chicken wings.
My recent visit to India, Mumbai leads me to this place. It's amazing view like Manhattan. Spacious sitting and high celling. Service was very friendly specially the manager (virat) and waiter (rahul)who attended our table. It's more like a cricket team 😉 it's a friendly service atmosphere. Food is good but not great when u say Mediterranean food. It could be more improved .
Aqaba Peninsular Corporate Park Lower Parel Mumbai. Went there for dinner on Friday. Amazing ambience and buzzing with activity More importantly the food quality of the dishes we ordered were made to perfection and excellent taste. Chicken Tagine. Chicken souvlaki broccoli casserole. Falafel. Mango ice cream. Our vegetarian friends loved the broccoli caserole. Really made to perfection. Same with chicken souvlaki. everybody appreciated the mezze platter. mango icecream with fresh mango pcs par excellence. Excellent attentive service. Our guests were from Jodhpur and Jaipur and they commented that they had never tasted this food before. Chef did a very good job in recommending the right dishes
Let us ask you a question. Which is the most popular global cuisine in India? Pan Asian? Italian? European? American? Well, it’s all of them. They each get to enjoy their own proud space in India’s gastronomy but there are few cuisines that are popular in their own right but don’t enjoy the same sort of exposure as their famous counterparts. We are talking about Middle Eastern cuisine! Middle Eastern fare though is quite popular, it still gets to share the space on the menu with other cuisines. Not many full-fledged Middle Eastern restaurants exist in Mumbai and amongst the handful few is ‘Aqaba’, located at Club House on Senapati Bapat Marg in Lower Parel. The restaurant is a treat to dine in for its exotic delicious menu and an attractive ambience to match.
The menu at Aqaba tackles the Middle Eastern cuisine in a wonderful detailed way, targeting cuisines like, Mediterranean, Greek, Lebanese and Italian. For quite reasonable prices you can have a feast beginning with the appetizers or as they say, mezze. Ask for a kiwi & clove martini to go with the first course which entails, falafel, batata harra, Arabic veg kofta, dolma, shish taouk, joojeh kebab, BBQ chicken wings, calamari zooza, chicken kibbeh, Greek garlic prawns, fried sausages with lime, sesame falafel, roasted Greek potato, kebab meswi and samak meswi. For second course go with, herb encrusted john dory, chicken tagine, traditional Greek pizza, mixed seafood lasagne with fine herbs, broccoli & spinach casserole, chicken & harissa hummus shawarma, Italian sausage pizza, cannelloni verdurini, vegetable moussaka and seven spiced crispy salmon.
Finally end with few of their rich decadent desserts such as, baked yoghurt, tiramisu, chocolate & banana wrap, falloudeh, caramel & bitter chocolate praline mousse, baklava, baked Philadelphia cheesecake and triple chocolate biscotti. Aqaba is one of the few Middle Eastern restaurants that practices as a proper sit-down restaurant. Interiors are minimal and modern with soft beige tones going beautifully along with pale ivory walls. Glass plate windows encloses the room on both sides, flooding the room with an abundance of sunlight. Life-like trees laden with white blossoms are placed in various corners of the room and goes a long way into softening up the space. The look is effortless and charming.