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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
A preset buffet lunch served on the table. ₹1400 for the non alcoholic option. Authentic Japanese cuisine with unlimited mocktails. Okonomiyaki and the Sushis are the standouts. The service may seem a little slow especially when compared with the Indian buffets but it gives good time to relish the food.
Hello Guppy - One of the most vibrant and colourful places in Mumbai. This place is majorly known for Japanese cuisine and the peculiar vibes this place gives out. I remember when long back I came to Elementaria, I visited this place to use their washroom. This place has been in my wishlist since that day. As I rarely travel to BKC, I never got a chance to visit Hello Guppy. Luckily, I visited here for my Sunday dinner with my daddy. As expected, this place was moderately crowded (and was fully occupied till the time we stepped out). This had to happen as the place is so LIT and it offers a wide variety of food and beverages to choose from. We tried limited things that night, but whatever we did was impressive. *Food *Jenga Toast: It isn't just any other toast topped with cheese. It consists of about 10 toast fingers of multigrain bread topped with loads and loads of cheddar. I really loved the Japanese Kare and Pickled Cucumbers that these guys served with the toast presented in Jenga formation. The toast alone, without the kare, seemed to be a bit dry. This should be one of the finger foods when you are here to enjoy a drink. - 4/5 *Tuna Nachos Pizza: If you are a fan of raw tuna, then you must go for this one. Tortilla triangles arranged like a pizza base and topped with fresh and red tuna, veggies, olive and cream cheese. Personally, being an Indian who craves for chataka flavours, this dish seemed to be a bit bland to me. There was hardly any string flavour to be felt here. Also, I am not a raw fish fan! - 3.5/5 *Mushroom Katsu Sandwich: The BEST dish I had here! The heaviest dish too! 5 types of mushrooms chopped and nicely made in big, fat patties. These patties were sandwiched between two huge breads, along with cucumbers, tomatoes, jalapeno, lettuce, caramelized onions, and a thick layer of cheese. It was really a blockbuster sandwich, and I just can't forget the texture and taste of it. Sweet potato chips and potato fries were also served in generous proportions. Too too good! And a MUST MUST TRY! - 5/5 *Beverages: *Vietnamese Iced Latte: I hardly know what Vietnamese drinks taste like. But for this one I would say that it was less creamy, less milky, more watery. Bitterness was apt but less sugar. I didn't like this one much! - 2.5/5 *Gingerbread House: Unusual combo! Loved it tho - 4.5/5 *Sweet Mint: Too too good. Light and sweet and yummmyyyyyyy! - 5/5 *Red Sun: Too much of healthy stuff in one juice. Reminded me of the juice my parents made me drink during my childhood. - 5/5 *Desserts *PBJ Sundae: Peanut butter blondie was a bit hard. But loved how I could get the oodles of peanut butter suddenly while chewing the blondie. What an amazing surprise it was! Salted caramel parfait was creamy and softy, and went amazingly well with the blondie. Loads of caramel popcorn. And the grape jelly was mamma mia! It's difficult to decide what part of this sundae was better. All of them were super awesome! - 5/5 *Matcha Fondant: It was my first time with a dessert made only or majorly with matcha. I loved my experience to the core! Nicely prepared warm matcha lava cake served with blueberry parfait. As soon as I dug my spoon in, these was a gooey river of matcha and caramel. It was perfectly sweet, nothing over. Talking about the parfait, it was heavenly! Loved it so so much that I wanted another scoop of it! Perfectly flavoured, nice and creamy. Overall, this dessert is a SUPERHIT! - 5/5 Lastly, I ordered for two dishes and they said they discontinued them. I asked for two beverages and they didn't have them. This was a little disappointing as I had really high hopes from this place. But I am going to visit them again to try other stuff. Maybe I'll edit my review then :) Concluding Food: 7.5/10 Beverages: 9/10 Presentation: 10/10 Ambiance: 10/10 Music: 10/10 Staff: 9/10 Service: 8.5/10 Value for Money: 8.5/10
Absolutely in love with the interiors, lighting and cutlery. My 1st Japanese cuisine experience and i loved it. The options for vegetarians is limited, but its still worth it. Sushi is a must try. We had the Japanese Vegetable roll and Avacado,cucumber and cheese roll along with Miso soup, which was extremely good. For main course, we had Exotic Mushroom Udon noodles. The pricing is steep though, because of BKC, i guess.
So I went to this place on Halloween and this place was LIT! There was karaoke which was fun. The food was as expected,good. The ambience lifts up your mood and the staff is very friendly. If you like Japanese food ..this is a must visit.
A cute little restaurant tucked in a line of them in BKC. Had the pork belly skewers which were just delicious. Perfectly seasoned and crisp on the outside while soft and juicy on the inside. The fried chicken was also yummy. The sushi was ok, not at par with the rest. All in all a great lunch.
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.