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The Long & Short is an elegant yet fun gastro-pub at the Intercontinental hotel. It has a lovely balcony where you can sit out and enjoy the Marine Drive’s view and of course the sea. The décor is subtle black and white with a long bar on one side and a wall filled with funny almost kitschy curios, all themed around the city of Mumbai. The menu is a mix of popular street food dishes from across the globe including some local favourites that have their special tweaks.
A beautiful restaurant with an even prettier view.The place is perfect for an evening coffee or chai with desserts. The new menu surely tantalises the taste buds. I tried the 'decadent walnut french toast' that was topped with whipped cream and icecream. And it was to die for! The newyork cheesecake added to the delicious spread on the table. We've also been here for a few cocktails and I'd highly recommend the strawberry basil mojito. Another dish to look out for the roasted chicken, with meat that cuts through like butter and the most amazing potato mash I've had in a while. The staff is polite and super helpful. We also had an opportunity to talk to the chef who helped us with selecting our food. Find more in the pictures attached.
Long and Short, Intercontinental Based out of a beautiful property In Mumbai named Intercontinental. This restaurant doesn’t fail to provide nothing but the best sea view you can get in town. With the arrival on the monsoon and the clouds overshadowing the sea, the view is absolutely breathtaking. And if it happens to rain when you go and you cannot sit outside, do not cover because the luxurious interiors have got you covered. From their menu, we tried- L and S Nachos Delicious refried beans, sour cream and guacamole. This dish was mouthwatering and we are going back for more. Sushi Boat They have a great variety of options available, from vegetarian to non vegetarian anyone can enjoy this dish. Paired with the view, you’re going to love this. Penne Spicy Pink If you had to choose one dish you had to eat here, we’d say go for the old fashioned pasta. The sauce was absolutely delicious and combined the red and white sauce so well the flavours actually balanced unlike other pastas we have eaten. Frosted banana caramel bubble waffle- The dish is way less complicated than it sounds, soft bubbly waffles loaded with caramel sauce and topped with bananas and whipped cream. Not to mention that it was severed with a chilled scoop of vanilla Ice Cream. Such a fulfilling and soulful dessert. Salted Caramel Oreo Tart- By now you know we love caramel. This dessert screamed luxury just in the way it was presented. Hard, solid Oreo bottom layered with a chocolate and caramel tart is just how we want to end every meal. Banofee Pie Shot- A shot made for all the banofee Pie lovers, made with whiskey, is sour yet leaves you with a sweet aftertaste. Red Wine Sangria- Just your everyday Red Wine Sangria, refreshing as always. At first, we did notice that the staff was a bit slow, but eventually they caught up and provided us with an absolutely unforgettable experience.
Long and Short - Intercontinental, Sunday Brunch. Interesting spread. From Cold cuts/ mezze / Starters (veg, Non Veg) Live counter (Italian) Popcorn machine / Mains and some amazing alcohol. Prices range from 1900+ to 3500+this place is known for Its Pizzas, Cocktails, Pasta, salad and sushi (They had it all on the Brunch) Started off with some cold cuts - Chicken Wrapped with Stuffed Avocado (subtle) done well. Shrimps with Papaya Salad - served in a short glass, small size shrimp, tangy and good. Parma Ham with Mixed Greens and Grilled Pineapple was good. Had the smokiness'. Mezze - Hummus was salty and texture was just about Okay. Nothing great. Below average. Tzatziki on the other hand was lovely. Had a lovely texture and balance was good? Baba Ganoush made well, balanced it perfect. Loved the coconut Panacota with Tempered Mustard seeds and Mango Bhel served in a martini glass (tangy/spicy) Sushi was made well. Cheese Counter had some impressive collection. Went well with the crackers. Couscous salad with pomegranate and bell pepper was good so was Plum with Bocconcini cheese in coriander Pesto (something different) Service could have been better as starters took a while to come on the table - Soup of the day, Hot and Sour (spicy/peppery - good) Classic Paneer Tikka lacked texture and was dry. Avocado on Toast with roasted bell pepper presented well with micro greens as garnish. Taste was subtle. Crispy Tempura with Togarashi lacked the Punch. Pizzas were fantastic. Lovely crust/Sheen and taste. Non Veg - Afghani Chicken tikka was made well with balance of spices (served cold though) Fish Amritsari did not come to the table. Lamb Meatballs (skipped it) Opted for Smoked Chicken Pizza which missed the smokiness. Sada dosa with 3 types of chutney was made well, came piping hot. Mains - Mushroom and Spinach Lacunae was lovely (balance/texture/flavours) Wok tossed Noodles went well with the dips served. Stir Fried Chicken with Asian Vegetables tossed well with had a spicy taste to it. Loved the Kerala Fish curry went well with Steamed rice. Intercontinental is known for Dal Makhani and Chicken Mughlai Biryani (Must have it) Pasta - Penne Arrabiata was just perfect. Had that Punch and flavours with Olive and parmesan as a garnish. Intercontinental is known for its dessert - be it the black forest which was amazing or the chocolate cake. Ended with a double shot of espresso. Overall a nice Sunday spent. Service could have been a bit better. Apart from that no complaints.
Monsoons is the perfect time to visit this place. Came here for lunch with a collegue, due to rains the open outside section was shut but we managed to get a window side table and stole the show. Ambience of the place is very modern and chic. The service was a bit slow but i think they kept it slow so we could enjoy the view while we ate. The staff was available to us for everything we needed very promptly. We ordered the following: 1) Latino - Watermelon, lemon soda and coconut flavoured mocktail 2) Cherry Chocolate Bonanza - Freakshake that gave a very new taste of dark chocolate and cherry 3) Pest Hummus and Crisps - Perfectly smooth pesto humnus served with buttered pita bread, fried eggplant and breadsticks 4) Spicy House Special Pizza - An all veggie pizza 5) Porcini Burger - Porcini mushroom patty burger with salad and fries 6) Baked Cheesecake - lemon cheese cake All in all great experience, would love to come back and experience the outdoor seating in fresh air with the marine drive view.
Long And Short is Casual Dinning Restuarant Which Serves Italian, Continental and North Indian Cuisine along with Breakfast, Brunch, Buffet, Jain Food and Signature Cocktails, Freakshakes and Mocktails Long And Short is In-house Lounge of Inter+Continental Hotel Situated at First Floor, Besides Kebab Korner, Intercontinental, Marine Drive, Churchgate We Visited Long And Short For Having Our Mid- Day Lunch, We Had Garlic Chilly Prawns and Pesto Hummus Along with Latino In Mocktails and Cherry Chocolate Bonanza In Freakshakes After That We Had Spicy House Special Pizza and Pecorino Porcini Burger, Porcini Burger Was Served With Fries and Salad. Both The Burger and Pizza Were Good. View of The is Restuarant is Awesome. At the End We had New York Style Cheesecake In Dessert. Which Was Very Nice. Overall We Were Quite Happy With Our Decent Lunch. All the Lunch Items We had here Was Very Good.
Mumbai just keeps getting better and better, every time we take a peek at some new entrant on the city’s fabulous dining scene. Tap into the splendour of Mumbai’s gourmet circuit by trying out all those splendid eateries that highlights on our foodie map. Joining the long queue is an epicurean favourite. This place is the perfect blend of class and quirky, bought together by one interesting name ‘Long & Short’. Part of glamourous Intercontinental Hotel, placed on famous Marine Drive in Churchgate, Long & Short can be a lovely addition to Mumbai’s nightlife must visits. Its location itself earns it major cool points, not to mention exquisite interiors and simply jaw-dropping menu. Kids are welcome, which is a plus. Slip outdoors to their charming balcony, from where you can drink in the gorgeous view of the sea.
Long & Short is an elegant gastro-pub with a quirky soul. Don’t be misled by its neat posh interiors, it’s as eccentric and fun as it can get. This all-day dining outfit remains open till midnight from very early hours, catering to the night crawlers and early birds. Its menu is international ranging from European to Italian to North Indian to American to Mediterranean to Continental. You are in for a lip-smacking exhaustive culinary ride. Begin with a nice innovative drink and then move onto the appetizers like, wasabi rock prawns, cheese soufflé, beer batter fish & chips, meat overload sliders, chicken tikka meat balls skewers and tawa mutton keema pao. Dig into the main course of, smoked chicken penne, Chiang mai crisp pizza, creole spiced seafood thermidor and Peruvian-style roast chicken.
Round off the evening on a sweet note. Tuck into their, flourless chocolate cake, salted caramel oreo tart, warm mudpie cake, low fat frozen yogurt, varhona 72% chocolate fondant, sugar free waffles and B&R sundae bar. The food is innovative and refreshing perspective on classic fares. The look of the gastro-pub is drastically different from day to night. In the day it seems like a classy lounge but in evenings the vibe is cosier and intimate. The colour palette is black & white, the only visual relief coming from ochre coloured cushions placed on plush couches. Windows bring in the abundance of sunlight, throwing soft glow on the long bar on one side. Long & Short is expensive.