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With multiple outlets in the city, Bijoli Grill is as neat and simple like any other regional restaurant, but the heady aroma of fish and mustard oil is inviting enough. The menu is a mix of Bengali, Anglo and Bangla-style Chinese which makes it worth multiple visits. This is the place to hit up for fine coastal food, all year round. Mainly because they know how to buy fish and more than that, they know how to cook it! From starters to mains, we suggest you to stick to the sea food, starting with ‘The Fish Fry’ and ‘Fish Rolls’. Even the vegetarian selection is delightful – try the ‘Beguni and Phoolkopir Cutlet’. For a true blue Bengali experience, try the ‘Titor Dal’, which is moong dal made with bitter gourd, 'Aloo Posto' and 'Sukto'.
From a small eatery behind Bijoli Cinema at Kolkata that started more than 70 years back, Bijoli Grill has come a long way today in being a formidable brand for Bengali cuisine. While in Kolkata & Delhi they have multiple outlets, in Mumbai, there's only 1 at Powai. And, if you love Bong food, it's a must visit! The restaurant is humble in size & décor but the food is mind-blowing & after all that's what one is coming for. They remain true to the authentic style of Bengali cooking & very easy on the pockets too. Here are my recommendations... Daab Chingri ~ It's a speciality of this place & is a scrumptious prawns curry cooked & served in a green coconut. Shorshe Katla ~ A Bengali's love for mustard is beyond par & this dish of Katla fish cooked in mustard gravy signifies just that. Mishti Doi ~ You cannot come to a Bong restaurant & not indulge your sweet tooth. What better to do that than digging into the famous sweet curd?
Always wanted to try some good Bengali dishes and found this place. They do have some amazing variety of dishes with all the authentic taste. The curry tasted very nice and even the fish was very good. The only problem is the crowd you find there at times.
This place inside the Hakone park is a must if you are fan of Bengali cuisine. The food is awesome and the service is quite fast. The setting is decent, may be a little bit of maintenence will help. They have a ac area and a non ac area. The food is authentic and quite filling. Try the ilish fish and the cutlets. Portion size is good, do remember this while ordering. I had to pack some food back home as we could not finish it.
Have been going to Bijoli Grill Powai for quite some time even with Japanese visitors. The restaurant offers unlimited food packages during festivals and Bengali New Year. Due to the popularity, somehow the space constraints makes patrons fume as each round takes about 60 to 75 minutes. Patrons have to wait for a batch to finish dining and that is not comfortable. Those who are in a hurry are offered non-AC seating which due to the local heat is worse than waiting in a queue for Puja Bhog. The table provided was a broken one and when asked if something can be done about it, the reply was - Nothing can be done. Managed to stop the shakes by using another table as a support. Some smart patrons try to jump the queue upsetting others. Management of the customers can be improved. Overall the food is great with the well balanced menu for festivals.
Hey its overall a nice place Food was good too. The fish in mustard curry was nice and even the fish fry. Ask the server and they recommend well. Points to improve 1. Water was not chilled. Though they gave us lots of ice. 2. Washroom was too far frim the seating area so we skipped. But not really a fault. 3. Music should be played. Bengali music 4. Some items not available Great points Service with a smile Parking is good The server took great pics.hehe I would recommend this place to all. Maybe a bad for the water thing.