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Celebrated chef Hemant Oberoi’s restaurant named after him is every bit the regal fine-dining place that he set out to create. The tasteful décor in wood with high ceilings, snazzy lights and installations, enhances the refined ambience. There is a cosy Private Dining Area (PDR) for small groups. Modern European cuisine with Peruvian and Japanese influences with his characteristic twist is what he offers. Vegetarian options abound. Such is the menu that one wants to try everything but then opts for something more manageable. The food is well-presented, sophisticated and delicious, using the best of ingredients and global techniques which excite both the appetite and imagination. 'Tomato Get Together' is a medley of three varieties of cherry tomatoes, with a simple dressing, along with a sorbet and flavours that entice your taste buds. The 'Sheesha of Chilled Melon Gazpacho with Coconut Snow' is delicate and refreshing. 'Chilean Sea Bass' on a bed of orzo spinach with a Po Hai Ho Chilli dressing is so well-judged and balanced that there is nothing unnecessary in it and nothing missing either. The 'Three Milk Parfait' is unique and dexterously blended. The service shines as does the affable staff who is well-trained.
We visited this place for a business get together. Really impressed. Excellent food, great ambience and services.
The ambience is lovely and friendly staff but food is very average with extremely SMALL portion size with EXHORBITANT pricing It's more hyped up than actual good food I was charged double the price for the menu I ordered as compared to the price uploaded online. On asking I was told that they have diff rates for lunch nd dinner which is not ethical... as they have not uploaded their dinner rates which is actually double.
The ambience of the place is very good. The food is attractively served,liked the presentation. The 'slow cooked lamb shanks' were soft and Juicy and portion was huge, though other portions were smaller specifically the scallops. Chicken anticuchos was tasty. Also liked mushroom Ravioli. well presented 'three milk parfait' was superb. Good overall experience though some prices are steep but understandable considering the service, ambience and quality.
It was my son's 13th birthday. We went to HO on a weekday for dinner. Had done a prior booking. The ambience of the place is very excusite. High ceilings n silence which is a rarity in Bombay restaurants, made us feel very fresh ( after my long day in office ). We ordered a Cry O Pac Ravioli ( awesome ) A Bibimbap Vegetable (for my sons love for BTS, was good), A cancan panee ( good ), n finally since the portions were very small a martaban Chole ( which were very average ). All the dishes cost anywhere between 1050 to 1650. A good thing about the restaurant, they accepted two zomato gold 1 + 1 on food on a table of four, which most of the restaurants in Bombay dont do. Our overall bill was 5500 with two mocktails, still alkaline water Bottle n 3 extra naans. 5 stars for Service, Cutlery, Crockery ( the plates were of a very design, helping u scoop easily, 5 for Ambience, 4 for Food I would like to revisit for the buffet on one of the weekdays for my final review.
Beg Food was avarage and nothing great for the price they charge. Has Sushi / Abacaedo paste Chole / Palak and 2 different sorbet Icecream. Off of them the taste was as usual. Nothing extra ordinary. Service was very good but for the price they charge - I would not go again.
When in doubt go for the best, that’s our rule. And fortunately for us Mumbai is studded with all the fancy bigwigs that are guaranteed to make you drool with their skills and smashing food. The city owns some fantastic cuisines and the hottest chefs in the country call this place their playground. Luckily, we leave no chance to sample all that Mumbai has to offer gastronomically especially if it comes from the kitchen of renowned Chef Hemant Oberoi. After spending years ruling the kitchen at Taj Hotel, Chef Hemant Oberoi opens a new kitchen on the ground floor of Jet Airways Godrej Building at Bandra Kurla Complex, naming it after himself. ‘Hemant Oberoi’ is the chef’s modern stylish rendition to Mumbai’s fine gastronomy and gives a refined facelift to it.
Hemant Oberoi has added another culinary jewel to the trendy food district of BKC and with it has bought a wind of change to this hip locality. The chef curates a sophisticated menu highlighting Modern European cuisine that makes you want to try anything and everything featured there. The elegant beautiful plating alone will tempt you to pick up your camera and snap away. There is no doubt that Hemant Oberoi is an expensive place, save it for a special occasion. Pick a really good wine to pair your meal. The Peruvian sushi would be an excellent way to start your meal. Otherwise, try asparagus cappuccino, charcutier platter, tortilla pizza and brie & truffle soufflé. Follow it with an even better course of, Chilean seabass with po hai ho chillies dressing, koshiburi rice cakes, spiced curry crab, cry o pac three mushroom ravioli and lobster tail with caviar & panca aioli.
Those who don’t feel like wine can opt for a Peru Peru mocktail, which comes with a hint of tabasco. Finish with a sinful dessert chocolate mille feuille, chocolate delice, passion fruit cheesecake, milk parfait, white coffee cheesecake and chocolate shawarma with rose ice cream. Hemant Oberoi has managed to create the perfect fine dining restaurant, which is an amalgamation of gastronomic excellence, flawless service and an affluent décor. Chef Hemant Oberoi enraptures the diners through a stunning interior reflecting class, style and taste. The elegant dining room flows into various dining spots each designed in a different way. The ambience of Hemant Oberoi welcomes you with a refined yet earthy décor. Bring somebody here who appreciates good food and the pleasure of dining in style.