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Coming from the stable of The Bombay Canteen team, naturally, the expectations are high and O Pedro lives up to these effortlessly. The cheerful décor comprising indoor plants, muted colours and cane chairs, is exceedingly Portuguese-esque and beckons you instantly. The vibe is invigorating and the staff friendly. The attractive bar spells bonhomie and is apt for relaxing and enjoying a drink. The menu has been inspired by the Catholic, Hindu Saraswat and Portuguese cuisines of Goa. The core remains authentic but it is the inventive twist which makes the food even more endearing to the palate. 'Raw Papaya Kiss-Mur' and 'Kal-Chi Kodi Devilled Eggs' are innovative and delightful. The spices are palpable, the ingredients distinctive and the flavours familiar, yet, with elements of surprise. The 'Vegetarian Saraswat Tondak Curry' boasts of heart-warming flavours. Quarter-plates, half-plates and full-plate portions here are apt and allow diners to share. For dessert, try 'Aunty Li’s Serradura'. There is a separate vegetarian menu available . The service is efficient and the staff is articulate and well-informed.
As usual we started with POEE BASKET along with Prawn Balchao. Amazing combination. as side dish we ordered Spiced Chick Peas and Roasted Chili Pepper. We loved later item very much. as main course we enjoyed Red Snapper Fish and Green Watana Rassa. Red Snapper was succulent. Green Watana Rassa was served with Bhatura with twist in taste. We concluded our lunch with Serradura dessert. We are looking forward to visit again to explore with some more surprises and twists in taste.
We got a welcome cocktail of rum and daiquiri. Was good. For starters we had liver pate with poee and soft shell crab. Both were yum. For mains we ordered Pig Belly again with poee. Awesome!!! Will visit again.
I was staying at the Sofitel in the Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC) on business for a couple days. On Friday evening my colleague and I had some time and took a 15-minute walk down the street to an area with restaurants and offices. O Pedro is in a building across the street from the new WeWork building, where we'd had a meeting earlier in the day. The area around 9 p.m. on Friday was teeming with young professionals and energy. O Pedro is a fairly new restaurant focusing on food from Goa, started by the chef from Bombay Canteen. Spicy and seafood-based. It was written up in the NY Times last May. The meal was very enjoyable. Tapas-style presentation on quarter- and half-plates. Rich flavors. We weren't disappointed by any of the dishes. US$30 all-in for an excellent meal. Am very glad we dined here. Had a drink at Toast and Tonic around the corner beforehand. I recommend that place highly, too.
We were a mix of vegetarian and non-veg friends. The staff guided us well once we made our preferences known, even preventing us from ordering excess quantity. The prices were a little steep, but we were well aware of that before we visited, hence really enjoyed the food
This is a great place - the food is different and amazing ! The drinks are great and service is very good. You may need to book in advance. Try the 4 types of butter they have - very innovative !