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Exposed brick walls, coloured cushion chairs and wooden tables, this seems like yet another neighbourhood bar and restaurant. Hopscotch should have been called hotchpotch because apart from its generic decor, the menu is a mix of dishes and cuisines. Taco salad, Mexican Tortilla Soup, Pad Thai, NY style Corn Dogs and Butter Chicken Nachos are a few dishes from the menu. Most folks come here for a casual dinner and drinks and despite being a relatively new addition to the neighbourhood is already quite a popular spot.
Over rated place. Been here with few friends. The food was very average but the music was good. The crowd was also quite nice.
This place is really nice with decor based on games theme. They had this retro Bollywood music night and considering it was the middle of the week, the place was crowded and the music was superb fun and foot tapping! The dishes we ordered were tasty. This place even serves hukka and I would say all of these factors added to a total fun night!
Visited this place on a Thursday night and it was quite crowded. The ambience was good with DJ playing retro songs. Enjoyed the drinks and had a good night.
HopScotch - Bar & Brasserie New opening at SV road (ex Asado) Decor has changed. Looks friendlier. Spacious bright. Reminded me of some floor games which we used to play. Going through the Menu it has that Mexican touch to it. Besides there is European and American with an Indian twist. Center of attraction is The Bar and their amazing Cocktails - They make some great one. Coming to what we had: ================ Apple Cinnamon Whiskey - looks lovely. Neatly presented its all about aroma. Cinnamon stick gives that Smokey flavour to the drink till the end. Whiskey based/apple juice/burnt cinnamon/lime juice. Garnished with fresh apples. Maybe a ted sweet for me. A couple of dashes of lime juice would have made a difference. Messy Mexicano - ordered for a small portion. Lovely texture. Colourful and tasted good. Refried beans/pico de gallo/French Fries/Sour cream/guacamole topped with cilantro. Good punch from Pico de gallo. Overall a good dish goes well with the cocktails. Minto Fresh - This place is known for its cocktails. Whiskey based. Had lovely fresh aromatic touch to it. Cardamom / lime juice a bit of syrup egg white and garnish of mint leaves. Picture perfect. Served in Martini Glass. Mushroom Truffle Salad - This place is GOOD. Took me by surprise. Started with This lovely salad. (3 types of salads) fresh. Mushrooms, cherry tomatoes. Balsamic vinegar dressing. This is served with Homemade mushroom Cigar with a stuffing of spinach as well. Truffle oil enhanced the flavour. Overall a lovely comfort food to start with. Had that Sweet/tangy taste. Liked it. Nostalgic Butter chicken Nachos - Wow! Can visit this place every day for the BUTTER CHICKEN. Made it so well. Rich/Creamy/spicy balance was just perfect. Shredded roasted chicken perfect. This was place in the centre with Crispy crunchy in house Nachos at the side. Topped with cream and garnish with a bit of cilantro. If one is at Hopscotch do order this dish. Would have loved to have this dish (butter chicken and Naan in the menu) Whiskey Smash - another creation by the chef using whiskey. This time he has added Kaffir lime / lemon grass to give a different feel to the drink. A dash of Lemon and Sugar syrup. Basil as a garnish. Perfect temperature and nicely done. Honey Chipotle Prawns - Medium size prawns done well. Now this can give you a hit. Chipotle was hot. Prawns tossed in Chipotle and Honey gave that spicy/Smokey/sweet taste to it. Topped with mayo. Do order if you like sea food and something spicy. Dilliwali Black Dal Thepla Nachos - It's a Delhi/Mexican Mix. Here the chef has given a twist. Lentils (Dal) cooked Delhi style (could have given more of the Dal) placed in the centre with Pico de Gallo / jalapenos / olives / sour cream with crispy nachos. This could have been better. Missed out on the Delhi Flavour instead got a bit of Mexican. Balance was a bit out. Jam Bull - Theatre at its best. Tequila fresh Jamun (get that rusty taste) Egg white grape juice lime and dash of sugar syrup. Hummus Tadka - Lebanese and South India fusion. Added Chicken with Lavash. A bit of Curry Pata Tadka over the Hummus which changed the taste completely for the good. (Made it a bit like down south) Chicken was tender and had these southern spices to it. Olives to give that saltiness and Lavash for the humus. Something different. Worth trying. Pesto-Wich, all said and done I liked this. Gave that freshness and a bit of Italian touch to it. Bread was soft, has that sheen topped with garlic flakes and brushed with olive oil. Stuffing of Pesto, lettuce and exotic vegetables (Zucchini/Bell pepper/Sun dried tomatoes) Trust me a good dish to order. Served with French Fries and Salad along with olives. Liked it. Habanero Chicken - all time favorite. Now this can give you a spice hit. Habanero are the chilli pepper which can be really spicy. Chicken tossed well with cut capsicum made a bit Chinese style. Overall Good. Served with French fries. Enchiladas - Could have kept it simple. It's all about Italian Flavours. Mayo and Paprika Mayo were not needed. Coming to the texture -looked good. Overall dish was a bit Indianised. Hop Scotch Coffee - This was strong and good. Vodka based with a shot of espresso coffee, Kalhua, coffee and almond syrup. Gave a good kick and tasted good. Maybe a bit of nutmeg (not sure) served in a Martini glass. Potato Rosti - Basically a Swiss dish made differently. Here the Chef has made a good rosti (style like fritter) Alternate name in potato pancake (Arcadian dish) Chef had topping of 2 options (Paprika mushroom ragout / caramelized onion) Opted for caramelized onion. Got that sweetness to it. Something different. Rosti can be subtle in flavours. This gave a variation. Topped with Sour cream and Parsley. Overall different. Steamed Fish with Spaghetti in Madras Curry Sauce - Kept it simple with a twist. Rawas Steamed with Southern flavours. Loved the texture and the taste. Nothing over powering. Just perfect in balance. Stuffing of spaghetti was something new and enjoyed the innovation by the chef. Clever dish. Had Lemon grass/Kafirlime, coconut = freshness at its best. Good And One Dessert which I did not try but looked good. Overall - liked the food/Loved the cocktails. Service was cool. Do Visit this place. They have 2 sections outer which has an AC and the main restaurant as well. Recommended.
The products are very dirty. The price which they have set are very high.In my point of view it's not good to visit with family and friends.
Your palate is always in need for some fresh perspective, which can only be provided by a trip to some fancy new restaurant everybody is raving about. To give your taste buds an infusion of originality and excellence take yourself to Linking Road in Bandra West where Mumbai’s favourite casual eatery is located. Known as ‘HopScotch’, this informal down-to-earth restaurant pulls in the crowd all week long but their weekends are more busy than usual. HopScotch is a fairly new kid on the block that has managed to rise in popularity soon after it opened. What usually is a relaxing nook for a group of friends or for people fiddling with books and laptops turns into a lounge-y space as the evening falls. A café during the day and a bar in the evening, HopScotch is best of both worlds.
Before tackling their delicious eclectic menu we encourage you to browse through their bar menu thoroughly. It’s a heady selection of house cocktails and various other liquors, which will give your evening a shiny happy buzz. If you don’t feel like your usual single malts and beers, give their bartender a chance to impress you with his skills. Flower girl (white rum, masala tea and peach), minty affair (cardamom, mint, whisky and egg white), spiritual smoke (white rum, pure orange and house made bubblegum syrup) and summer is here (gin, Campari, passion fruit and grape juice) are worth trying. Combine it with, Asian samurai nachos, Korean chicken, smoked meat balls, sambal fish, fried calamari, Malaysian cottage cheese and baked prawns. Follow that with, BBQ pork belly, NY style gyro chicken taco, pesto-wich, fusilli mama rosso and crispy skin salmon spanakorizo.
Jains get their own menu and so does the kids. Those who are short on time can always go for one bowl meals. Try Mexican bowl or Thai curry bowl, for a hearty fare. Sugar buffs fill find intense pleasure in HopScotch’s final dessert course. Indulge in, Ferrero rocher cake, flourless chocolate flan, baked New York cheese cake, tres leches, Nutella churro lollipops and Hopscotch special Nutella & butterscotch ice-cream buns. Interiors of HopScotch are an eye-catching blend of chic and earthiness. The combine use of exposed brick walls with cloudy blue walls posts a very attractive image. Rich jewel toned chairs with wooden tables and a Rubik’s Cube like lamps on them elevates the creative element.