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Olive is an iconic restaurant in Mumbai that has been around for nearly 18 years. Yet it manages to constantly reinvent itself and stay not only relevant but popular. With its all-white Mediterranean themed decor that feels like you are dining on a beach in Greece instead of one of Bandra's many bylanes is a big attraction. The bigger appeal is Chef Rishim Sachdeva's fabulous menu featuring a medley of ingredients that cohesively work together to ensure stunning flavours. While the restaurant is incredibly romantic at night with all the candle lights it looks beautiful in the day and is perfect for a lazy Sunday Brunch. The restaurant is always buzzing with celebrities and popular faces so if you are lucky you might end up dining next to one. Prior booking is advisable, especially on the weekend.
What makes a restaurant legendary? Its food? Or its ambience? We believe all of that. Great food served in even a more fantastic ambience can put the restaurant into the trendy charts overnight, but if the name of the restaurant is associated with a celebrity name then the success and popularity is assured. For Mumbai’s upper crust brunching at ‘Olive Bar & Kitchen’ at least once a week is a must. It’s a tradition that is followed by most of the page three crowd and celebs, dropping in sometimes more than once a week to savour the culinary delights of Olive Bar & Kitchen. The restaurant is the brainchild of famous restauranteur AD Singh, who with his well-travelled palate has given us his delightful take on global cuisine. The place is especially popular for its brunch.
The menu of Olive Bar & Kitchen travels all across the globe handpicking delicacies from Continental, Mediterranean, Italian, European and Lebanese regions. Dining here might take a toll on your wallet but trust us, it will be totally worth it. The food is comforting yet innovative. Open the menu with an array of appetizers such as, duo of crostini, seared polenta pancakes, roast chicken soup, beetroot pear and feta salad, rosemary baked brie, fried chicken & grains and baby lamb ribs. Take a full swing with the main course compiled of, 18-hour pork belly, Portuguese chicken, chorizo & asparagus pizza, creamy penne calabrese, grilled snapper, Belgian pork & rice, vegetable gratin, Mediterranean crock pot, prawns & guac sandwich, red velvet cupcake fried chicken, bun chicka wao wao burger and spiced bohemian rhapsody.
Their sweet course looks like a collection of delicious tit-bits. Chocolate orange mousse, cookie dough cheesecake, apple pie & star anise cream waffle, tiramisu with coffee ice-cream, kaffir lime semifreddo, dark chocolate fondant and aerated soufflé cheesecake. Meanwhile laze around in Olive Bar & Kitchen’s charming outdoor space with a bottle of red or a heady delicious cocktail. The restaurant is designed in a tranquil Mediterranean villa like manner with pale washed walls with a hint of blue at places. What may seem like an enchanting serene space in daytime transforms into something romantic and special as the evening falls. Every nook and corner lights up with numerous lanterns giving the dining area a quixotic exotic appeal. Sit inside if you are a creature of comfort.