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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.
O Pedro is a Portuguese-influenced Goan bar-restaurant in Mumbai, by Floyd Cardoz, the most celebrated Indian chef in New York. What I ordered: 1. Mugsy’s Magic • A whiskey based cocktail from their new cocktail menu- DRINK LIKE A FISH - inspired by all creatures of the sea. TIP: For Vodka lovers, ask the bartender for their Incredible India and you will not be disappointed. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 2. Grilled corn • A Portuguese style dish with aged pepper cheese, confit red peppers, fermented chillies and roasted pepper seeds. Just one spoonful of this has such a burst of different textures and flavours - you can’t not order this! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 3. Burrata Salad • Locally sourced burrata set on a bed of spicy green tomato puree with some smoked corn, dehydrated cherry tomatoes, and melon seed granola. A refreshing take on the typical burrata salad. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 4. Lotus Root Chilli Fry • An interesting blend of flavours in this lotus root stir fry with ginger, hokum, and fresh green chilies. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
If you want to enjoy an authentic Goan Fish Curry, a visit to this restaurant is a must. All the dishes we had including veg.cooked without much spices and oil -simply delicious! Decor is simple and informal!
We went to this place for dinner to celebrate our daughter's 18th birthday, The ambience was nice and the restaurant is located in a relatively secluded part of Bandra Kurla Complex. The food turned out to be average - in some cases without any distinctive taste. The prices were very steep - some of the beverages as expensive as a full meal for a person, in some of the other - not so expensive restaurants. Would not recommend a visit here.
I came with a friend upon suggestion of his daughter. The quality of the food, the mixture of the ingredients and the delicate flavors make every plate a special journey. Take the “degustation” proposal. And let them take through!!
We were here for dinner... the place has a lively and nice feel to it.. they serve mainly Goan food.. even for vegetarians the starters and the food was good and different.. they have valet parking... the place is wurely worth a visit
Mumbai badly needed another Goan restaurant to bring their adored, well-visited neighbor to life. The city is always popping in and out of Goa every chance they get so they have developed a deep love for it's cuisine as well. The tart spicy flavours soaking the succulent seafood stirs the heart of every hardcore foodie. The delicate balance of sweet and sour found in Goan food is the reason why it's so popular. From the house of the famous The Bombay Canteen comes another star eatery called `O Pedro' that focuses entirely on Goan food. Known for its innovativeness and authentic flavours, O Pedro comes true on every high expectation you might have. Set in the trendy busy locality of BKC, O Pedro pulls in quite a crowd regularly. Find it tucked at Unit No 2, Jet Airways – Godrej BKC, Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai.
Coming from the stables of The Bombay Canteen, O Pedro keeps the tradition alive of serving authentic tasting food with a twist. Get ready to sample delicious authentic Goan dishes but with a quirky spin. A smattering of Indian and Continental is also seen on the menu but we recommend, stick to Goan. Give hard liquors a miss and drink Portuguese wine or house cocktails with your meal. The Goan inspired signature cocktails has our vote. O Pedro's quarter or half plates will take care of little hunger. House baked sourdough poee with flavoured butters would be just perfect. Your second course will entail hits like, roasted whole lobster, margao choriz & bacon pulao, Beryl's fish curry, panji green watana rassa with `bhatura', pork belly AAD-MAAS and Portuguese seafood CA-TA-PLA-NA.
Enjoy a side of Pao, Goa brown rice or poee to mop up the curry. O Pedro shows the same excellence in it's dessert section as well. Forget your diet and tuck into their luscious Goan desserts like, Aunty Li's serradura, Portuguese almond cake, mangaad tart, traditional bebinca, chocolate & olive oil mousse and Lisboa PAS-TEL-DE NA-TA. If you ask for it, there is a separate menu available for vegetarians. The airy glass-encased dining room of O Pedro transports you to Goa straight away. The lovely powder blue walls works beautifully with a wooden-accented room. Warm ambient lighting, lush potted plants, beautiful canopied ceiling, cane chairs and homely wall art, justifies the Portuguese theme. Book a table with EazyDiner to get attractive discounts.