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BKC is soon turning into an area full of bars and restaurants and the latest addition is a gastropub called Dishkiyaoon. The décor is a mix of things from exposed ceilings to old pictures of the city, a carousel themed bar and lots of bright lights. Clearly the emphasis here is not to slot it in a label but to just enjoy and have fun. The food is what they like to call Progressive Indian but seems more like a fusion mix of East meets West. The Flatbreads are strictly average and can be given a miss.
Gastropubs have dominated dining scene of Mumbai since their arrival and with their snazzy set up have entranced the tipplers all over the city. Boozing is not their sole focus like many bars but with gastropubs food also plays an important role. Mumbai has become a playground for party-hoppers as numerous pubs have appeared on the map to add a new boost of life to Mumbai’s nightlife. When one talks of the city’s party sectors, mention of Bandra Kurla Complex is a must. This vicinity is the upcoming trendy sections of Mumbai and is always bustling no matter what. Now if you want the combination of the two, ‘Dishkiyaoon’ will suit you perfectly. This lovely gastropub is tucked on the ground floor of The Capital Building in Bandra Kurla Complex. The pub is known for its casual smart vibe and general feel-good atmosphere.
Start your stint at Dishkiyaoon by diving into their booze menu immediately. We suggest you skip those scotch, beers, wines or vodkas and sample their delicious house concoctions. They do some wonderfully innovative cocktail mixes like, chai biscuit cocktail, paan banaras wala, chowpatti paani puri mojito, gin jamun tonic and kala khatta daiquiri. Dishkiyaoon’s food menu is an interesting amalgamation of Goan, Continental and North Indian cuisines. First course features nibbles, avacado pani poori, galouti in pita pockets, wada pao panzanella, kung pao idli, kheema croissant, kale & chana jor, edamame seekh, karwari fritto misto and kaleji Benedictine. For a larger appetite eat, tandoori squid slider, bhavnagari mirch flat breads, pad thai 65, bhuna green goulash, baked cannelloni, Malabar grilled fish, ghar ki murgi dal barabar, Sinhalese tuna sandwich and jhinga la la flat bread.
Before heading home sip on a cup of coffee and polish off a plate of delectable dessert. Their scrumptious spread includes, croissant baklava, gajar halwa tart, filter kaapi tiramisu, the big bang ice cream, srikhand cannoli, old monk chocolate mousse, baked yoghurt and chocolate volcano. Designated drivers for the evening can pick something from their juice bar or mocktail selection. Interiors of Dishkiyaoon charms you with its airy spacious nature. A vast light-filled room flanked by large plate glass windows meets your eye. Exposed ceiling and casually decorated space pulls you in, making you want to relax. The quirky eye-catching curios used to deck up the space gives the gastropub a unique playful appeal. Within twelve hundred bucks you are guaranteed to drink like a king.