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This restaurant specialises in North Indian cuisine and tandoor dishes. It is designed in a very contemporary manner but has different elements such as the lattice work styled windows and earthen interiors that subtly remind you that this a North Indian themed restaurant. The name comes from a story about an elephant and his mahoot that lost each other and were later reunited and in its honour has a massive metal sculpture of an elephant made out of scrap and waste metal and auto parts. They also have set menus incase the á la carte gets too confusing to choose from.
Location- this restaurant is located on the 4rth floor of Sofitel hotel in bkc.(5/5) Theme- being a ramdan, we went to try their Mohammed ali food festival. This was the 5th year of them to do so. (5/5) Ambience- entrance of restaurant was really wow, loved the walk through till the main restaurant. As soon as you enter it has amazing well decorated bar. Seating is just perfect so does the lighting.(5/5) Service/staff- Service was nice to start with then it got bit slowed, might management can check this. Chef shabad was so nice to come and meet us.(4/5) Food- Its been almost 20 years that I visit Mohammed ali road in Ramdan days. The food which is served there is always extremely delicious. Chef shabad has brought the same taste,dishes and fun in Sofitel hotel. I was really surprised and happy to get the same, rather premium version of mohammed ali road food in hotel. We started with paya soup, texture wise it was really creamy and little thicker than normal paya and had good flavour of saffron in it. I ordered this soup twice to be honest, and enjoyed it. Coming to starters we tried assorted platter in which they served veg cutlet, achari mahi fish tikka, chicken cutlet, khau galli chicken tikka and Lahoti seekh kabab. Starters were served with generous amount of laccha. Cutlet had authentic vermicelli coating which was fried. Fish tikka was flavoursome, had good melting in the mouth consistency. Lahori seek kabab was my favourite in all of them. Main course options were even more delicious and super heavy. Mutton kheema was highlight here which was served with buttered pav, a perfect Mumbai dish I can say. Khichda is one of the dish which I never ever miss as if its made in the proper way then it can be the best dish any time. Here it was made in authentic way with good amount of ghee which was required. Daal e khas was again extremely temping and loved the way it was garnished and tasted too. I was surprised to see less dessert option, we tried malpua with rabdi which is a must try and had saffron phirni. Food wise they served all the most famous and popular dishes of mohammed ali road. I am sure the restaurant will be full for this particular food festival as many cant go to mohmmed ali road or don’t enjoy going as its really crowded and this festival is certainly a premium version of it which you can enjoy. Do visit this mohammed ali food festival I am sure you would love it, go for it.
What's Ramzan without a food walk at famous Mohammad Ali Road. Not everyone will get a time to legit hog on a food here as the holy month of Ramzan has kicked off. The month is awaited by all for delicious delicacies. If you have concerned about hygiene and safety of popular dishes at Mohd Ali Road, Sofitel brings to you Mohammad Ali Road Food Festival at their renowned and famous restaurant Zyran. This is fifth consecutive year for this festival here by Chef Shadab Ahmed. The festival is here till 6th June 2019. The place is really beautifully done and the interiors here are so classy and mesmerizing. The moment I entered this restaurant I realized they had successfully recreated the Ramzan charm. I've opted for Signature menu as there are many options to choose from. In Signature menu you can start from Paya Yakhani Shorba and then you can go for different non-veg appetizers like Khau Gali Murg Tikka (Chicken), Shahi Galawat ke Kebab (Lamb), Tandoori Zhinga (Prawns), Machhi Tawa Fry (Basa Fish). All dishes are recommended by me. In Mains you have both options in Veg and Non Veg like Paneer Tikka Masala, Bhuna Kathal Masala, Chooza Makhani, Barah Handi Ka Gosht (it's a bliss), Raan Changrezi and Dal-E-Khaas (heavenly). It's a delightful treat to your taste buds. Malpua Rabdi and Zafrani Phirni leaves a lingering sweet taste. Make sure you don't miss this. Overall, for the price and the ambience this was too good for a deal. I will remember having done something different this Ramzan, apart from usual visits to the Iftar places. Food: 5/5 Service : 4/5 Decor: 5/5 P.S : The review is strictly depends on my personal experience.
Being a lover of authentic specialities, I decided to visit jyran for the Bangladeshi food festival. I visited Jyran on a weekday and was mesmerized with the authentic fiid, ambiance and service. We tried huge variety of mocktails, startes and main course that just totally satisfied our taste buds. After having a good Bangladeshi meal. I must say i have fallen in love with Bangladeshi food. The chef curared a great menu that could match everyones tastebuds. Few of the items that we totally enjoyed were Sugar cane mojito, Veg pulao, Mutton Khicdi, Kache Aam ka Halwa. The arrangements were extremley were great. Thankyou for hosting us Sofitel Bkc.
Authentic Incdian Food, Extraordinary Ambiance. Good Service. Ample time to enjoy the View and Ambiance of the Restaurant
We organized a legacy event "Founders Day" for Alumni from University of Wisconsin and received such a welcoming response from the event management team at Jyran and the Sofitel Hotel. Particularly, Richard Almeida paid utmost attention to our event on ground and helped streamline our administrative needs and achieved all of the facilities planning before time. We would happily recommend this place for any business event for corporates or a romantic night for the lovers.
Indians are accomplished storytellers and can weave tales of magic and beauty out of thin air at a moment’s notice. Their love for farfetched lands and stories of the deepest of jungles is the reason why this one restaurant decided to pick a popular bedtime story as their theme. Named ‘Jyran’ after the old bedtime story of an Elephant and his Mahoot, this lovely restaurant is the very epitome of trendiness and style. Jyran takes you on a joyride of intense flavors enhanced by attractive surroundings, smooth service and a cheerful atmosphere. Check out the place for yourself at Sofitel Hotel in Bandra Kurla Complex in Bandra East, Mumbai. Treat your colleagues to this luxurious culinary affair if you don’t mind splurging a bit. After all, Jyran is expensive and totally worth it.
Jyran’s menu is a beautiful compilation of North Indian and Mughlai food. Get ready to take a journey into the royal houses of North India to the rustic colorful provinces of Punjab with the menu of Jyran. The chef is especially well versed with Mughlai delicacies, definitely try them. The lavishness of the menu lets you dabble freely in their food. There is something for everyone here. Besides a vast a la carte menu you can also go for their set menus, in case you feel overwhelmed by all that variety. Begin tackling the appetizers with a drink chosen from their bar menu. Munch alongside on, afgani tangdi kebab, shahi galawat ke kebab, paneer khas, murgh ke parche, anar badam ke aloo and tandoori jhinga. Curry wise try out, kofta subz bahar, raan changezi, murgh badam korma, bhindi aamchoori, dum ka murgh and nahari al subho.
Take the help of flaky flatbreads like Punjabi missi roti, Mughlai paratha or aabi roti to mop up the curries. Mutton Awadhi biryani or vegetarian biryani would be fabulously for rice lovers. Indulge your sweet tooth with a trio of kulfi or rasmalai or tabkh jamun. Jyran will be a rich decadent culinary affair, take your time with it. Interiors of Jyran are visually overwhelming. Liberal use of patterns in flooring, lattice screens and walls fascinates the eyes. A striking bar with reflective surfaces draws your attention instantly. Couples looking for mood dining can ask the server to seat them in gazebos where you can dine in private with curtains drawn.