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This has long been Mumbai's go-to place for North Indian food. The outlet at Worli is pretty cavernous and its clientele consists of family groups while afternoons see a mix of kitty party ladies and corporate-types from the nearby offices. The kababs and starters are its strengths.
Glorifying Indian cuisine has been a pet project of the restauranteurs. They try to take this classic popular fare and give it their own tweak and then present it to the world in a sharp eye-catching atmosphere. North Indian food has always been centre of attraction for the restauranteurs and has been a classic choice for fine dining circuit game. There are string of well-known restaurants tucked all over Mumbai, each with their own gimmick to attract. For ‘Copper Chimney’ of Lotus Court, Worli, South Mumbai, the play is simple – good food. The destination is a sought after place to dine at for the local families and even corporates, who often pop in for their curry fix. Whole week is busy for them, especially the lunchtime.
If you happen to be in vicinity and crave for some old-fashioned curry, look no further. The restaurant excels in dishing out luscious rich curry affair, backed by a superb bar menu. The delectable blend of North Indian and Mughlai cuisine in a classic authentic way, puts Copper Chimney as a frontrunner amongst curry houses. Sample restaurant’s signature Indian-inspired cocktails. Khatto panna and achari whisky is our favourite. Pair it off with an assortment of starters such as, raan sikandari pao, chilli cheese naans, Makai malai seekh, reshmi kabab, burrah chop, talli hui macchli, lal mirch jhinga and bagani bahar. Chelo kabab is a dish worth trying on their menu. This is a signature dish picked up from their 1972 menu. Indulge your appetite further with an assortment of curries. Copper paneer masala, lahori chicken rahra, masaledar mutton kheema, bhindi aamchur, prawn kadhai, bhuna gosht and spinach kofta, has our vote.
Rather than picking up a naan or roti here and there, opt for their bread basket. Rice lovers can stick with a biryani. No Indian meal is complete until finished with a rich Indian dessert. At Copper Chimney, the chef coddles your sweet tooth with a gulab jamun, muzzafar, caramel custard, rasmalai, malai phirni and rabdi. Prices are not so expensive at the restaurant. Interiors of the restaurant are one-dimensional in a way. Sturdy pale wood furniture spans across the room, matching beautifully with the gleaming wooden beams. White marbled flooring does a lot onto softening the wooden effect. Antique utensils are hung on the walls, emphasising the Indian effect. Mood is casual and comfortable here. Copper Chimney gets busy, book ahead.