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As you enter into this spacious restaurant the infectious vibe will catch on. The décor is simple yet elegant. The menu boasts of Indian food from across the country with a special focus on Punjabi dishes. From 'Morabadi Chaat' to 'Galouti Kabab' and from 'Amritsari Chole Kulche' to 'Railway Mutton Curry', there is something for every palate. The colourful bar in one corner catches one’s attention as well. The food is delectable and the portions generous. The service is prompt and the staff affable. The place is a favourite among families who throng this restaurant in large numbers. The 'Gajar Halwa' is the authentic Punjabi gajrela with the right amount of creaminess and sweetness. Order wisely as the portion sizes are hearty. With China Bistro from the same management is an extension of this restaurant, one has the option of Chinese food as well. Be prepared to burn a hole in your wallet as this restaurant is a tad expensive.
When you are in need of a hearty comforting fare, always opt for North Indian food. The cuisine is infamous for its soulful curries and melt in your mouth kebabs, both of which can be enjoyed with a basket of flaky buttery flatbreads. Mumbai is swarming with decadent curry houses and is always on lookout for more. Dip into what the city has to offer on spice front by dining at ‘India Bistro’, a casual good-looking eatery renowned for its generous curry servings and a feel good ambience that goes down well with the diners. Drive down to Chembur and find the restaurant tucked opposite TISS on Sion Trombay Road. They even do home delivery, if you feel lazy to drag yourself to the restaurant. Through live sports screening and soothing music, India Bistro keeps its regulars entertained.
India Bistro is an extension of the same management as China Bistro. Besides a wonderful range of North Indian cuisine be prepared to relish some Chinese food on the menu too. Their menu travels across India focusing on cuisines of each state so for a gourmet India Bistro can be a must visit. They even do Jain-friendly versions of the dishes, ask. Opt for a buffet to try little bit of everything. Give your meal a company of a delicious boozy drink from India Bistro’s fantastic bar menu. First course entails, paneer tikka multani IB style, kakori kebab, pao bhaji fondue, gilafi murgh, methi malai seekh, pepper grilled fish and so much more. Dig into the main course with, subz malai kofta, pressure cooked mutton, kadhai paneer with lotus stem, the royal peshawari murgh and jheenga hara masala.
Enjoy the curries with a helping from bread box. They even make whole wheat/multi grain roti, usually chosen by those who like to add a bit of healthiness to the meal. Similar to the main course menu their sweet section is just as enticing and vast. Have your fill of, litchi ki tehri, IB ice cream, mawa wala caramel custard, rasmalai, chikki kulfi, gulab jamun, samudri lehren and phirni kesar da. Interiors of India Bistro are designed in a tasteful manner with pale washed walls and light casual furniture. Décor is simple yet elegant. India Bistro is only marginally expensive, which serves well with large groups of diners frequenting here.