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The colourful and funky décor with distinctive Japanese elements adds to the fun and friendly vibe of this Japanese café and bar. The menu includes soups, salads, sushi, donburi (Japanese rice bowls), ramen noodles and burgers, small plates, desserts. The vegetarian section of the menu is surprisingly vast. Non-vegetarian fare includes meat dishes apart from the usual seafood. The cocktails being churned out adroitly by bartenders at the flamboyant bar are a treat, no matter what your tipple. The emphasis on fresh ingredients is evident in every dish and the comforting flavours embody the fact that Japanese food has a universal appeal. 'Spicy Salmon Miso Soup' made with fermented soybean paste, is a celebration of flavours. For a quick lunch opt for the 'Donburi Rice Bowls' - Chashu Pork Belly or 'Tofu and Aubergine Furai', which are value-for-money and satiating meals. The 'Matcha Fondant' is an imaginatively presented dessert. This is a perfect place to indulge your appetite. Service staff is warm and alert. The food is affordably priced
The ramen was excellent . The sushi was decent . The decor is bright and cheerful . They seem to have specials every day on drinks like a 1+ 1 on a specific brand of beer or cocktails . An fun destination for an evening out
Hello!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! From Hello Guppy Our Eid celebration 🎉destination Totally indulged ourselves into fabulous Japanese cuisine... Noodles bars are always my favorite.. Vibrant ambiance Interiors with funky colors Totally Japanese cuteness all around Lovely music 🎶 Courteous staffs 65 covers Indoor seating Karaoke nights Huge bar Long Happy Hours Valet parking Veg Non-veg Jain food available Free Wi-Fi Exciting offers for Independence Day👍 Chef Vikram Khatri Restaurant Manager Mr. Storbert - 2 happy positive souls ... Guided us to select our kind of food .. Since we both are Mocktail lovers, enjoyed their signature refreshing mocktails - 1.Lime & spicy 2.Passion on the grass 3.Elderflower forest 4.Call me honey 5.Sweet mint Signature Lovely Starters - 1.Bacon Wrapped Chicken Sausage - perfectly prepared 😋 2.Tiger Prawn Tempura - being seafood lovers, prawns are always our favorite 3.Chicken Nanban - loved this Japanese style dish Sushi 🍣 is always our weakness - Prawn 🍤tempura roll Signature Mains course - 1.Grilled Market Fish - a healthy dish for healthy foodies 2.Chicken Katsu Kare rice - lovely spicy dish with boneless chicken pieces, vegetables, rice and gravy.. 3.Chicken Ramen - most popular dish of this noodles bar, chicken balls, soft boiled eggs, cooked with Ramen noodles in mild gravy.. A totally complete meal itself.. Must try 👍👍 OMG 😱😱😋😋 Creative Signature Desserts - 1.Matcha fondant - Matcha, popular Japanese tea fondant served with in-house prepared blueberry cheesecake ice cream 😋😋👌👌 One of the best dessert I had today Please try it & enjoy the goodness of matcha in the dessert... 2.Old monk cake - Another amazing creation by Chef, layers of dark chocolate and strong coffee cake, with Old monk. Liquor added the extra zing of this dessert 👌 If you're a chocolate lover like us, don't miss it.. 3.Taiyaki - what a creativity Fish shaped pancake served with chocolate & vanilla ice creams... Food Ambiance Service Music - everything are flawless.. Am visiting this place soon again 👍👍
A Noodle Bar which is our favourite. Love this place especially when it's a Karaoke night. The atmosphere becomes so damn happening that you just won't like to leave the place till it's done. Talking about service the hospitality is amazing and also the time taken to serve after the order is placed is comparatively less. We tried a lot of things here and we would love to recommend, 1. Avacado Cucumber Cream & Cheese Roll, 2. Japanese Sticky Rice, 3. Chocolate & Miso Caramel Tart & 4. Udon Noodles. A place which has colourful ambiance and has amazing vibes.
Hello guppy- One of the most authentic food I ever had here. Japanese, noodles are the speciality. Noodles are really extraordinary and good part was we selected th best one. There is no place to criticise them, a must visit if you love authentic food. Go for it, I am sure going to try pork broth noodles again. Location- Located on the ground floor of the godrej building in the bandra kurla complex so its easily assessable. (4.5/5) Theme- Special for Japanese food with mainly focused on ramen, sushi, udon noodles with few of the sake to go along with it. (5/5) Ambience- Really tricky interiors done here. One side is decorated in oriental style and other side was more casual. Bar setup has few of the premium bottles waiting to serve us. Siting is made more casual with long chairs and a good sitting on the bar counter. (4/5) Food and Beverage- Authenticity at its best, yes true said. The food dishes which are on the menu are planned really well by chef. Noodles is the speciality and you can get good number of noodles in the menu and off course they are really authentic. Sushi’s are something you must try out as they stand out as well. The portions are made perfect for sharing. (5/5) • GEISHA DAQUIRI- Made with inhouse orange and thyme syrup. Served in the martini loved it. (4.5/5) • TANOSHI COSMO- Little tangy and more sweet drink which gave a perfect refreshing taste. A classic with choya umeshu and sake. (5/5) • ASPARAGUS TEMPURA SUSHI- One of the very well-done sushi which was filled with fried asparagus which was coated and fried in tempura batter. Must order. (5/5) • PRAWNS GYOZA- Tiger prawns mix stuffed in organic flour coating and then served with citrus soya sauce. (4.5/5) • BATTERA SUSHI WITH SALMON AND TUNA- A sushi from Osaka, topped with salmon and tuna with avocado tartare capers and onion salsa. (5/5) • UDON NOODLES – Wheat made flat noodles tossed with mushrooms, vegetables in pepper sauce and fried prawns. Fried prawns was add on in it. (4/5) • PORK RAMEN WITH SOYA PORK BROTH- Noodles of the day I must say. Ramen noodles cooked along with soya pork broth and sweet corn, soft boiled egg and pork. The broth was just way too amazing, words can’t express it. Light soothing and absolutely balanced with flavours. Must try it. (5/5) • TAIYAKI SUNDAE- Waffles made in the fish shape and served with chocolate sorbet and raspberry sorbet. Decent kind of dessert I can say, loved the chocolate sorbet in it. (4.5/5) • MATCHA FONDANT- Matcha is a Japanese green tea in a powder form. Gooey matcha filling stuffed in a matcha souffle and served with a blueberry cheesecake scoop and chocolate almond crumbles. (4.5/5)
HELLO GUPPY - THE NOODLE BAR (Yes you read it correct) they have revamped. From Japanese they are Noodle Bar concept. Decor remains the same. Focus is more on Baos, Sushi's Spicy Udon Noodles Donburi Ramen Burgers and Bowls. Yes and their amazing Tikki Cocktails and menu which they have launched. Vibe and energy is amazing. Packed on a weekday. Started of with the Classic Mai Tai (Rum Based Drink) Old Monk with orange and Bitters. Followed this with Hello Zombie - Sambuca based strong along with Rum. Food - Tuna and avocado Pork (Hawaiian's Love) Combination of Fresh Tuna, Pork, sweetness of plum and Daikon Radish curd in soy-sesame balanced the dish. Lovely texture served with Pickled with cucumber and seaweed. Baos - slow cooked Chashu and the other one was Chicken Bao, Fresh. Got the crunchiness from the tempura fritters. Honey soy got the glaze. Pickled Radish iceberg complemented. Miso Mustard sauce elevated the flavours. No flaws. Salmon Sashimi with Tuna was good. Do try. Goes well with Wasabi and soy. HG PORK BELLY - Melt in mouth. Signature dish. Made to perfection. It's slow braised. Sheen was good/Glaze. Magic from the soy honey. Gave that sour sweet combination. Mustard Miso sauce balanced the dish. Served on a skewer. Sweet and Picked Spiced Chicken - something different. Panco Fried chicken with sweet/chilli sauce. One can have this with curry or just the way it is. Texture was good. Topped with Tart Miyo sauce. Do try this. Sushi - Mango being in the news, HG has some interesting Mango based sushi on their menu. For the Vegetarians try the Mango Avocado - a mix of subtle/sweet touch. Compact - in short madewell. Their Non Veg version is Mango Tuna which again had a good balance. California Roll Latin Black Rice sushi is different. Organic rice. This had Crab/cucumber/avocado and flying fish eggs. Signature dish. Mains - stick to the basics. ----------------------------- UDON NOODLES (Thick/flat/wheat based) we asked for Chicken. Apart from Vegetables and mushrooms they Fried chicken. Taste - Tangy and spicy as they used black pepper. A meal by itself. Scallions and sesame as a garnish. Presentation was good. Ramen - Another must have at GH (The Noodle Bar) this was lovely. Miso based. Either a hit or a miss. Strong Miso Ramen (Signature dish) this has Spicy Miso stock. Basically Ramen are egg noodles either served with soy or Miso. This also had broccoli/corn/sprouts seaweed and Boiled egg along with the noodles. Overall good. Dessert - Stuck to the popular TAIYAKI SUNDAE (eggless Japanese pancake) these come in a shape of a fish. Made in house. Served with chocolate and raspberry Sorbet. Do Try. Sweetness of chocolate and citrus touch of raspberry. Overall - My take on this place as always been well. Now that It's a Noodle bar, lot of changes happening. Do keep a track on the menu and the festivals happening. Enjoy HG and keep smiling. Cheers.
Indian diners have discovered that Japanese cuisine has a universal appeal and is quite brilliant in flavours when correctly prepared. Japanese food is fresh and light, vastly different from the rich heavy element of Indian food. Indian diners have become accustomed to the cuisine and are welcoming the presence of Japanese food on Indian soil more and more. If you are used to the plain old Japanese cuisine then you are in for a surprise. Japanese cuisine can be fun too. Giving this exotic fare an eccentric twist is ‘Hello Guppy’, a playful eatery known for its quirky style and scrumptious Japanese fare. The restaurant is located on the ground floor of Godrej Building in Bandra Kurla Complex. Aside from the fancy Japanese fare, Hello Guppy gives Mumbai a more fun loving and affordable version of the cuisine.
The menu brims with usual Japanese fare of an assortment of sushi, ramen, rice bowls, salads and soups. Fresh ingredients are used to prepare the food. Fare is authentic and wonderfully prepared. Try Hello Guppy’s delicious house cocktails. For Guppy’s Sake is a yummy blend of vanilla vodka, sake and lemon, galangal and lemongrass. Pair this tasty cocktail with Hello Guppy’s lip-smacking first course. Nibble on, chirashi seafood salad, chicken karaage, prawn gyoza, tenderloin tataki, California roll, tuna & avocado poke, tiger prawn tempura, Hello Guppy’s signature pork belly, spicy salmon miso soup, Japanese vegetable roll, spicy tuna roll and salmon tartare. While the first course is delectable, it’s not fulfilling. Indulge further with, tofu & exotic vegetable curry rice, tenderloin cubed steak, Hokkaido rayu miso ramen, BBLT ramen burger, takikomi rice with salmon, grilled market fish and tomato & scamorza cheese with balsamic teriyaki sauce.
Don’t walk out without tasting few of Hello Guppy’s exotic Japanese desserts. Enjoy, matcha fondant, red velvet cake, raindrop cake, mango & raspberry parfait, chocolate fondant and blueberry crepe & seasonal fruit flambe. While the menu is non-veg heavy, there are plenty of options for vegetarians as well. Ambience is one of the main factors that draws people in. Diners are charmed by Hello Guppy’s quirky playful vibe and finds the décor uplifting. Interiors are informal yet colorful. By using fun bright eye-catching elements, they have used a small space cleverly. It’s a good place to come with a fellow foodie or a bunch of Japanese loving friends.