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This expansive restaurant with chic décor and a happy vibe gives you the feeling of being at home. The tables are well-spaced offering enough privacy. The menu is an interesting amalgamation of French and Bengali cuisine. There is no attempt at fusion between the two, but each cuisine is presented with its true flavours. Mustard is the common ingredient that runs through all the dishes on the menu in some form. Small and big plates, characterise the food menu, while the bar menu includes classics, twisted classics and signature drinks. The multi-course tradition that is analogous in structure to the service à la russe style of French cuisine, with food served sequentially, course-wise, harmoniously binds the two cuisines here. The French 'Croquettes De Polenta Au Fromage' is a must-have. The Bengali dishes like 'Potoler Doi Shorshe', 'Mochar Guley Kabab', 'Bora Diye Chichingar Hingi', offer delightful flavours, but the cocktail 'Luchis' served with 'Alu Dum' lack the punch. Ask the staff for recommendations when in doubt, as they are articulate and well-informed.
Mustard is a brilliant fusion of Bengali and French cuisines, serving both separately. The origin of its name is from the shared ingredient prevalent in both cooking styles i.e. mustard. The swanky interiors with beautiful chandeliers, high ceilings and pastel shades give it a classic French touch. Its ground-breaking food menu would satiate all your cravings and desires. The ambiance would transport you to a different world of old time. This classy family eating place is situated in Worli’s Atria Mall on the lowest floor. It has just stepped in Mumbai but Mustard is a well-liked eatery of Goa, where it is much-loved. This brasserie has a large space to offer comfortable sitting area to its customers. The bar is huge and well supplied with revitalizing non-alcoholic drinks & cocktails. Another unique attribute of this food hub that separates it from others is its Jain and vegan food options.
If you are dining at this place, the palatable starters are not to be missed specifically: Kolkata Bhej Chop, Fried Banana, Cheesy Croquettes, Pork in Bamboo, Lobster Thermidor, Lamb & Roasted Chicken, Scallops, Onion Soup and Steamed Fish. The main food menu is even better with top-rated dishes like Til-Tel-Kathi (Roasted Pork), Mussle Platter, Pea Keema Kachuri, Duck Breast, Seafood Platter and Doi Chicken. The cool Hibiscus flavored Iced Tea, Ginger Lemonade and Flower Power are the best choices to quench one’s thirst. Among cocktails, the chartbusters are Elder French 75 and Lavender Gimlet.
The kitchen is managed by two distinct chefs: An Indian and a French, managing their respective cooking. Aside from flavorsome food, this food joint provides good music to its diners. However, kids are not allowed to this place on weekends but on weekdays they can come with you. The service is quick and excellent. The waiters would guide you through the menu if you are new to French or Bengali cuisine. They are experienced that is why they understand the preferences of their customers in terms of food and drinks. Another service offered by this eating joint is the live screening of sports events. These days, people love to watch games, accompanied by good food and beverages. Prior booking with us is recommended with us to avoid inconvenience and avail discounts.