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As soon as you step into this restaurant you feel like you're in one of the old clubs of Mumbai. Wooden furniture, tall window arches, Portuguese tiled floors and a dim lighting than makes you feel like your dining in a cosy restaurant despite it being quite noisy at times. They've tried to stick to dishes from old Bombay, typically ones that would feature in gymkhana menus like Russian cutlets, prawn cakes or goan chorizo. There is also a wide range of dishes that feature on menus from a newer Mumbai like Taiwanese baos, sushi, Sri Lankan sambal curry or even Patatas Bravas. Be warned it gets crowded through the week and a prior reservation is recommended.