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This place is all about understated elegance - both in décor and ambience. The menu reveals that this restaurant lives up to its name as it offers an array of cuisines to choose from. A family dining destination, this place is hugely popular for its coastal food. Each section of the menu is exhaustive and abounds in vegetarian options. Crispy Lettuce Chicken, Cheese Aur Subz Ki Sheekh, Shredded Crab Thai Garlic, Murg Bemisal Kabab, are worth a try. A haven for seafood lovers, the Malwani Bombil Fry and Clams in Sukha Mangalorean Masala are an absolute treat. One must not miss the selection of coastal delicacies here. The spicy coconut-based Kundapur Chicken pairs well with Appam or even Neer Dosa. A tad expensive, the food here is good quality and the seafood fresh. The bar menu offers a fine selection as well, and the cocktails are creatively presented. One can have a leisurely meal here as the service is unhurried. The service staff is polite and helpful but not too conversant with the description of the dishes.
Mumbai has so much to offer gastronomically. A foodie is spoilt for choices in this magnificent city and every possible kind of cuisine is available at your fingertips. The city enjoys a mixed demographic so you can guess how that effects your local gastronomy, tweaking it in terms of diversity and variety. But what if we could bring all of these cuisines for you under one roof and on one table. If you like a more versatile kind of menu then you will just love this place on our list. ‘Melting Pot’ is a popular fine dining destination in Mumbai city and is renowned for being one of the top dining choices when it comes to multi-cuisine restaurants. It rules the fine dining circuit through its classy décor and menu that will make your mouth water in anticipation.
The name Melting Pot is self-evident and delivers on what it promises, a plethora of multiple cuisines under one roof. You get to enjoy North Indian, Chinese and Italian cuisine, all in one place. It is a little on the expensive side, however, it justifies that through its delectable food and efficient service. Give special notice to their seafood preparations and you will not be disappointed. Without wasting much time begin with the first course, which entails, Hawaiian salad, crispy okra, doodhia kabab, Malaysian soup, gilafi sheekh kebab, dragon roll, funci tongi soup, murgh nawabi seekh, vegetable salt & pepper, ludhiyani tangdi, chilly crispy potato, bhara hua aloo, dim sum, paneer ke shikanje and crispy lettuce chicken. Main course is a heady selection of Indian and Oriental curries. Chicken & mushroom in oyster sauce, fish mallipuram, crabs goan green curry, dehati murgh, paneer lawabdar, Bukhara kofta curry and stir fried chilly squid are their bestsellers.
Finish with their cheesecake, caramel almond cake, mango mousse cake or chocolate Ferrero cake as the perfect finale. The décor is simple and tasteful. Earthy wooden furniture is chosen to be consistent with the rustic look of the place. Exposed pipes running overhead brings the informal air they are trying to achieve. Different medium of art is used to showcase Buddha at several places in the restaurant. The service is efficient and extremely friendly. Melting Pot’s location at Andheri Lokhandwala only elevates its popularity. It is always busy and brimming with families and foodies who come to get their weekly curry fix. Not too expensive – a bargain.
Main cuisine served at Melting Pot, Andheri West is Multicuisine.
₹2000 (approx.) for two at Melting Pot, Andheri West.
No, Melting Pot, Andheri West serves both veg and non-veg dishes.
Melting Pot, Andheri West restaurant timing For Today : 12:00 PM to 04:00 PM, 06:30 PM to 12:30 AM
Yes, Melting Pot, Andheri West serves buffet.
No, Melting Pot, Andheri West does not serve alcohol.
No, Melting Pot, Andheri West doesn't play live music.
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