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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'.
Wanting to assuage your hunger pangs with tasty Bengali dishes then step in Bijoil Grill in Central Mumbai. Bijoli Grill is a casual dining restaurant offering authentic and excellently prepared Bengali Cuisine boasting of typical aroma and flavor.,
Try their special Daab Chingri which is delectable prawns curry cooked and served in a green coconut ,Shorshe Katla which is Katla fish cooked in mustard gravy along with Mutton Dakbungalow You cannot walk out of this resuarnt without digging into the famous sweet curd commonly known as Mishti Doi. Kosha, Luchi, Fish Roll Chicken Kaviraji, Daab Chingri, Bengal-style Biryani are few of the signature dishes served in this resturant . Thali also includes small portions of almost all variety of yummy Bengali food. ‘Even the vegetarian selection of food is very interesting. Do not miss the ‘Beguni and Phoolkopir Cutlet’.
Do not miss ‘Titor Dal’, which is moong dal made with bitter gourd, 'Aloo Posto' and 'Sukto'. They have undoubtedly maintained the quality and flavour of the food. The iconic restaurant does not disappoint Bengali food lovers as Luchi along with Murgir Kosha which is a perfect combination is served by courteous waiters. Savour Aam Porar Sorbot with a flavour of raw mango.
Located at Hakone Bumpers & Rides, Opposite Nirvana Park, Powai, Mumbai, the restaurant is neat and cosy with proper stress on hygiene. The interiors are designed on simple and straight lines. the heady aroma of fish and mustard oil is very inviting. The outdoor seating arrangements are comfortable as soft Bengali music charges the air.
Indulge your sweet tooth with classic Bengali desserts; such as ‘Payesh’ and yummy Nolengud ice cream. Nolen Gur ka Rasgolla’ is worth trying. Enjoy a memorable Bengali food experience with your friends and family as you reserve the table in advance. A meal for two costs INR 1000. You get lavish spread of buffet here. It is open from 2:30 PM to 03:30 PM and 7:30 PM to 11:30 PM
The restaurant offers unlimited food packages during festivals as well as Bengali New Year. The waiters are pleasant and serve with a smile on their face. You can book online or get table booking on phone. Payment is accepted both in cash and by card."