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This casual dining restaurant with stylish décor is a typical family dining hotspot. The menu offers a variety of cuisines; European, Pan-Asian and Indian. From Paella to Pasta and Ratatouille to Tagine, there is everything on this ambitious menu but the fare is strictly mediocre. The bar at the entrance is well-stocked and the offerings varied. Apart from a menu with vegetarian and non-vegetarian sections, there is a separate Vegetarian food menu too. The portions are hearty. Mushroom cappuccino is a good way to start as the creamy texture and seasoning appeases the taste buds. Those who enjoy nachos have a wide array to choose from - Alfredo Corn Nachos, Chili Bean Nachos and Hot Pot Nachos. The kababs from the Indian section are worth a try. The Nasi Goreng is a medley of spices with prawns thrown in for good measure, but low on flavours and a tad too greasy. The service staff is well-informed and helpful.
The list of up and coming eateries in Mumbai is swelling with each passing day as many passionate restauranteurs are setting their sights towards the city and all the possibilities it has to offer. Mumbai is a gastronome’s haven. It is rich in heritage and cultures that reflects in its food map. More and more trendy eateries are joining in the ranks, presenting one more perspective of a cuisine or some fresh idea to lure the diners in. The demand for world menus are never ending in Mumbai as Mumbaikers are becoming a well-travelled lot, hence the call for exotic global cuisines. If your tastes run along the same path then ‘Bennie’s By Flag’s’ is an ideal spot for you. This casual chic restaurant has become sought after for its amazing menu and charming ambience.
The globe-trotting menu of Bennie’s By Flag’s is adventurous to say the least. It tackles not only your regular Continental, North Indian, Asian cuisines but also exotic Thai, Asian, Middle Eastern, Mexican and Lebanese cuisines as well. From its placement at Flags Avant Garde in Andheri West, the restaurant pulls in quite a crowd. Their Jain variations are a hit with the veggie diners as is the value for money lunch buffets that goes on throughout the week. Ask for a cocktail to marry the starters like, koliwada jhinga, Korean chicken satay, Cajun fish fingers, roti pe boti, crispy fish chilli wild pepper, paneer kalimiri kebab and spicy cheesy qhaboos. To fill yourself up go for, enchiladas, spinach & feta cheese ravioli, Spanish paella, massaman curry, seekh kebab pizza, prawns in peanut sauce, laal maas, malai kofta curry and sheesh taouk.
Menu is exhaustively long and is overflowing with choices so there is something for everyone. Final dessert section reflects the same variety as it is seen in throughout the menu. Wrap up your evening with a round of sweets like, tiramisu, Flags sundae, orange glazed honey noodles, zauk-e-shahi, Kentucky jam cake slice, kulfi, double chocolate mousse, warm apple crumble, sizzling banana split with new school brownie and signature 12 layer chocolate slice cake. Elegance of the menu matches the décor, which we found to be stylish, refined and still relaxed. The entire space is done up in soft tones of brown and white. Room is brightly lit and appealing in bargain. A not too pricey place.