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The restaurant is well decorated with wooden tables and chairs, white walls with old possibly antique kitchen knick knacks, cake stands with covers and long white hanging lamps. It makes for an adorable dining spot and attracts regular patrons. The main USP at this restaurant is that they hire hearing and speech impaired staff and they take your order in sign language. They are the first restaurant in the city to do this. If you think this is a difficult process you are very mistaken. The menu has signs drawn out making it incredibly easy to order. The food is a mix of dishes but it is Indian cuisine with a few twists. It goes without saying that the service is excellent and can't be faulted.
Cozy and simple yet comfortable place with amazing people and smiles that represent the restaurant spirit! The food was amazing and we had a tasting menu of meat and fish! Loved it ... staff helpful without being to much into your space! To repeat and recommend!! 😁😁😁
Loved our visit to Mirchi and Mime. This was the best meal we had in Mumbai. The food was superb, and the hearing impaired wait staff were a delight to interact with and make our lunch so enjoyable. Highly recommended... a brilliant experience.
This is our second visit.Ideal for Quite family evening dinner.New loving experience of interacting with hearing and speech impaired staff. Food tasty but liquor prices on the higher side.
We had good as well as different experience at the restaurant. Some of the items we ordered are differently presented and have good taste. Some of these items are Kaffir Rasam, Mirchi & Orange drink and Trio of Halwa. We also loved the Tahiri Biryani served by them and the Crisp Bread tied over the Biryani container. Overall good experience.
Have been here once before already, but love this place and its food. This time we were 5 of us and we ordered for starters / soup – (i) Kaffri Rasam – more like a brumese rasam but very tasty and light on the stomach too with 2 pieces of idli soaked in the rasam.. Must try (ii) Garden peas & Truffle soup – a thicker soup but very tasty, must try, (iii) Shakarkand chat – very tasty, could be a larger portion size and different presentation, (iv) stuffed mini kulchas – nice and soft kulchas with different filling, given every kulcha is different you don’t really know until you bite which one it is, maybe it could be served in halves For mains we order – (i) Nilgiri green curry – albsolute must try for vegetarians, slightly sweet but lovely flavours, (ii) corn meva seekh – again very tasty and melt in your mouth, (iii) dal with ghee tadka – tasty as home made and yumm for the simplicity combined with rotis, naan and Tahiri Biryani – another favorite here, lovely dum biryani sealed with roti and cooked with fresh vegetables and mild spices. To finish off in desserts we ordered the (i) Srilankan Jaggery pudding and (ii) sitaphal pannacota, both are must try’s here. If it's a birthday they do the silent clap and sing the bday song, makes u feel very special Do call and let them know if it's a bday in your group My only complain is the small portions and if I have to be picky the customization i.e. if a portion consists of 4 tikkas/kulchas, would you be able to include 5 smaller tikkis if there are 5 at a table
At Powai, Central Mumbai lies a lovely little restaurant which has earned a place on my bucket list. Located at Transocean house, Lake Boulevard, is this adorable place that goes by the name of ‘Mirchi And Mime’. The interesting name is the good enough reason to check it out especially when they actually meant it. This is the first restaurant in Mumbai to hire hearing and speech impaired staff hence the name. You might think that conveying your order may be difficult but they have an easy solution for it. The restaurant has created hand signs on the menu to order a specific dish which simplifies the whole process. Along with the delicious food you will also walk away with a crash course in sign language. Let’s talk about decoration now. The décor suits the light and airy space with usage of antique kitchen gadgets and white metal lamps hanging from the ceiling. Smartly furnished with neutral furniture the space looks quite artistic.
The food that is being served at Mirchi And Mime is casual eclectic. The Indian dishes are prepared with a twist and are presented on beautiful platters. Quail and quail eggs are a rare delicacy in the city so the foodies enjoy them at Mirchi And Mime with lot of love. The lobster nihari is a must have dish. Begin the dining experience with hot soups and salads such as, Kashmiri nalli shorba, currimbhoy egg salad, turnip soup, kaffir rasam and pear & rocket salad. Appetizer section brings to you paneer bhurji roll, bon bon fish cake, tandoori baby potatoes, chicken lollipops, mushroom galouti, jumbo prawn in seafood jus, kothimbir vadi, amritsari fish tikka, baby parwal kebab, pathar paneer, corn-off-the-cob bhel, pan-tossed calamari, shakarkand chaat, goat’s cheese peppers, white pepper tikka and tandoori prawn & fish seekh.
Order your main course from their curries and biryani section. They cook sensational keema kaleji, raw mango prawn curry, dahi kofta, tariwala chicken, fish chettinad, nilgiri green curry, chorizo & sausage chilli fry, rotary club fish n chips, gucchi biryani, madras mutton curry, thalappakatti mutton biryani, smoked dal, Nehru place paneer methi makhani and cooker-wala desi kukad. Team the mains with jaituni brown rice, naan, paratha and brun pao. The chef even has some set menus for a hassle free wine and dine. Sweet dishes, desi cheese cake, eton mess, coconut crème brulee and fresh apple crumble will make your day. Not very expensive Mirchi And Mime will impress you with its unique concept and great food.