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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.
We went for dinner a bit early than usual time as the place starts filling up gradually later. Loved the food and we saved the best for the last... The dessert was amazing. Service is quick and cordial.
I have been here once for breakfast and loved the place. Great ambience, nice decor and good food. Very friendly staff and reasonably priced menu. Highly recommended!
Typical of restaurants opening nowadays dime a dozen give a theme or throw in some wacky furniture or put up some fancy pictures and lo you have a new restaurant but unless the food you serve is good and VFM you'll soon be out of business. I'm not insinuating here that the food here is not good but just stating that it's very much like at any other food joint. Their specific mention that their food is out of the box.... Well I don't think so very much common and steeply expensive. I drove all the way from chembur for something special but sorry I was disappointed....
If food, wine and a lively place to dance to good music is your ask this is one place you shouldn't miss. Great choices of food... good excellent and friendly service... and to top it all locally drinks.. cocktails... wine very good choices.. as the night progresses... the place turns into a superb dance party ... you cannot but join in .. lovely interiors.. you will need to book in advance to best the crowds. Good choices for both veg and non-veg ... French fries, Kathi rolls (veg and non veg), crossaint keema, Red wine chicken tandoori, lamb, pulled chicken sliders.. where some of the dishes we tried .. did not regret... Gr8 place for an evening after work...
▪Dishkiyaoon a word used by 90's kids alot while killing their friends in game and while watching a action movies villains fight. Dishkiyaoon is quite a big place with amazing decor and props which can be used by lots of teenagers,my personal favourite is the window and phonebooth. ▪dishkiyaoon decor is amazing and service is good too. ▪recommendation:- paan banras wala,silly chilly croissant, stuff pav bhaji. Things i tired out:- 1. Paan banras wala:- This drink is available with alcohol but i tired out without it and it was amazing the flavour of paan so refreshing and garnish with supari slice and sudhan powder, this is something new i tired out in a longtime. (Highly recommended) 2. Coffee sangria:- it had a really pinch little flavour of coffee which was good but it is no where like a sangria except that it is served in a wine glass. 3. Paneer chimchuri:- paneer were nicely tandoor but it just had the smoky flavour too it rest all it was just plain no taste of the marination. 4. Oreo shake:- oreo shake was classic!! It had a crusty texture of oreo in the shake with some chocolate syrup in it. 5. Shorba di fungi:- it's a soup made out of mushroom with garlic flavour and cream on top. (Must try). 6. Yanna rascalla:- southern flavours are soo well seen in this soup. Rasam flavour soup with zucchini and more veggies. (Must try). 7. Dhokla bruschetta:- when dhokla went to Italy this is what happens to it. Dhokla with the topping ofd bruschetta and sev on it as garnish is just marvellous.(must try) 8. Avacado pani puri:- pani puri was amazing tasted really well but doesnt feel like avacado pani puri. It had small chop piece of avacado in it but you couldn't feel it when you it but the Chutney served with it was amazing. 9. Paidina:- it was like a wrap stuff with zucchini and pesto sauce full of creamy flavours. (Must try). 10. Melon olives and feta cha:- Two pieces of watermelon with very less feta and couldnt feel any dressing on the salad, this was basically eating pieces of watermelon. 11. Silly chilly croissant:- Silly chilly croissants is loaded with chop veggie and cheese this is one dish you shouldn't miss at dishkiyaoon. (Must try). 12. Chowpatty bhutta tempura:- disappointment, just corn fried with maidai with zero taste and really oily 13. Wada pao panzanella:- wada pav was good but somewhere the tamarind chutney didnt go well for me. I wanted it to have more of dry red chilly powder. 14. Burrata veg:- i dish with lots of complications, it had burrata cheese, mushroom and lettuce a combination which was a bad misfire. All you get to see and taste was burrata cheese. 15. Ragada tacos:- good innovation but it was plain ragada in tacos with very less sauce. 16. Stuff pav bhaji:- small little bun stuff with pav bhaji and garnish with lemon, this dish was a pure mumbaikar wiill love to have. (Highly recommended). 17. Fresh watermelon v caprio:-This watermelon mocktail was refreshing and had punchy flavour of watermelon with mint leaves and pieces of watermelon in it. 18. Pad thai veg 65:- a gravy covered in paneer and had pad Thai noodle which was totally raw. 19. Capriccosa pizza:- pizza was really good but the base wasn't crushy and had very less sauce which can be improve easily. 20. The big bang ice cream:- a mocktail shaker used as a glass having chocolate and vanilla ice cream with rose syrup and dry fruits on the top. 21. Ghajar halwa tart:-not sweet at all doesnt give any feeling like a ghajar halwa and mango ice cream served with it was full of essences which gave a bitter taste in the end. 22. Srikhand cannoli:- this also doesnt feel like a srikhand which is like cool sweet and sticky but it was all dry with no sweetness and malai served with it was tasteless. Taste:-3 Service:-3.5 Ambience:-4 Value for money:-3
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.