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This is the cafe option of Nikhil Chibb's Oriental restaurant, Busaba. The menu is limited and the food is cheaper than at Busaba. The original Busago outlet at Bandra's Pali Naka is pretty small. They make some flavourful South Asian curries of which the house specialty is the Burmese khow suey which they spell as kaukswe. The Korean bulgogi is available here and they make some lovely pork momos too.
There is a lot we still don’t know about Pan Asian cuisine. South East Asian belt for example is one of the most gastronomically tackled regions in Asia and we can’t help but beg for more. Restaurants are truly dedicated towards exploring the culinary depth of this belt, which is why several new eateries are popping up all over Mumbai. One of the names to hit the gastronomic circuit in Mumbai is ‘BusaGo’, a more reasonable version of it’s sister, Busaba. Since it’s opening, the restaurant is flooded by excited gourmets who finally have a chance to devour good Pan Asian cuisine for pocket-friendly prices. So was it’s popularity that BusaGo opened up several more outlets in various corners of the city. The Banda one is our favorite however. It’s tucked in Gasper Enclave, St John Road, Pali Hill at Bandra West.
To describe, the menu of BusaGo is a vast rendition of authentic Pan Asian cuisine encompassing a number of oriental regional dishes under one name. You will have a chance to enjoy Korean, Chinese, Vietnamese, Thai and even Tibetan cuisines under BusaGo’s umbrella. Run by Chef Nikhil Chibb, BusaGo is a culinary revelation. Food is a lot reasonable than his flagship restaurant so you will see this eatery perpetually packed. If you like a particular sauce, you have an option to buy and take it home with you. Whet your appetite with appetizers like, prawn salt & pepper, pho soup, pork momo, gado gado salad, wok tossed house special and so much more. Further tickle your palate with an assortment of mains. Kaffir lime stir fry, red Thai curry, Cambodian curry, bulgogi, Mekong sizzling curry, would do nicely.
For busy Mumbaikers BusaGo offers a Busa bowl section on the menu, which features quick yet fulfilling bowl meals. Round off the evening by opting for a decadent dessert such as, lemon tart, chocolate mousse, banoffee tart, flourless chocolate cake and chocolate tart. Alcohol is not served here. Ask your server what is available to drink. Parking can be a nightmare out here. Dining room at BusaGo is a humble sight. With a simple, unpretentious décor they keep their focus solely on good food. While the décor may not move you to Instagram, the food certainly will. Food is affordably priced and is yummy, a combo that is hard to find in insanely expensive Mumbai. They do home delivery.