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This place is constantly buzzing with activity. Not expecting too much from the quality of food here helps, as other than the starters, the main course served as part of a lavish buffet spread is run-of-the-mill. If you are fortunate you may get a better variety than what you have tried before, as a lot does not change on the buffet. The live counters still elicit excitement. Desserts are as always a highlight and there is some new addition to look forward to. Seafood dishes are worth trying but the prawns can get a bit chewy sometimes. This place seems a bit short staffed, yet, the service staff go out of their way to ensure you leave satisfied. Do not hesitate to ask the chef to customise a dish as he willingly obliges.
Sort through a gigantic pile of family-style restaurants before finding what you are looking for. There is a whole vast selection of fine dining restaurants suitable for families out here in Mumbai and if you make your choice carefully, you are in for a treat. There are hundreds of family-style restaurants in Mumbai but nothing comes even close to the iconic and crowd-favourite ‘Barbeque Nation’. The restaurant is in its own league and many try to copy the same excellence found at Barbeque Nation but failing. It’s because of the popularity that the city owns more than thirteen outlets, which are spread in various corners of Mumbai. One sought after branch is tucked on the fourth floor of Rosa Vita in Thane West, Ghodbunder Road. For families and large groups, Barbeque Nation has become an ultimate culinary destination.
There is more to Barbeque Nation than good food and lively ambience. Their gimmicks of live grill and pre-fix bill draws the crowd in droves. Each table at Barbeque Nation is fitted with a compact live grill, which is later loaded with an array of appetizers to play chef at. Another great factor that is responsible for the success of Barbeque Nation is its ‘pre-fix bill’. For a fixed price you can enjoy a very lavish and all-you-can eat menu. On offer is North-Indian and Chinese cuisine. In starters you can revel in, tandoori pineapple, peshawari chicken, veg sheek kebab, fish tikka, Cajun spicy baby potato, afghani mutton and chicken wings. For something more fulfilling have, chicken biryani, dam ka murgh, veg kofta curry, gosht dalcha, paneer do pyaja, fish in bell pepper and mushroom baby corn mutter.
With a refreshing mocktail end your meal or indulge in some mouth-watering desserts. A creamy piece of shahi tukda or hot gulab jamun or an interesting flavour from their live kulfi counter will do wonderfully. Weekday buffets are pretty affordable, opt for that if you are on a budget. The service is smooth and attentive. Décor is quite similar to other Barbeque Nation outlets. Interiors are earthy and wood toned so effect is quite welcoming. Sturdy formal dining tables allows you to eat in comfort. The ambience is rambunctious, choose another place if you want a quiet time. For moderate prices, one can feast lavishly at Barbeque Nation.