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Do not be misled by the name. They could just as well have called it the Tuscan Café or the Kurla Café for all the connection the food has with Pondicherry. This your standard hotel coffee-shop, executed with a high degree of expertise and competence. There are À la carte and buffet sections but the restaurant, which does very well at lunch, is usually full of executives from the offices in the Bandra-Kurla complex looking for a quick lunch at a multicuisine buffet. That said, the buffet spread is lavish and nobody goes back to work hungry.
Being a 5 star it offers a great variety of cuisine.The quality of food was really good and the variety was huge.We had the lunch buffet and the breakfast buffet.They offer ranges like continental,Lebanese,Indian,Chinese,Indonesian,Japanese and many more.Fruits are exotic and fresh.Juices are healthy and they also offer nutritious variety. Pondicherry cafe is known for it wide variety and buffet system of food at Sofitel,Mumbai.There are also live counters which serve noodle soup,french crepe,french toast,Japanese soup dishes etc
My family came here this Holi for dinner. We were greeted and welcomed by the staff. Special thanks to Yogesh Meethil Noheed Vidyesh, Chef Sandeep and Chef Mandar for their hospitality and providing us with excellent food. The variety and quality of the food is excellent and the staff are courteous and kind. Service too is quick! Thank you Chef Ajay for organising this grand meal! Regards and best wishes Elliot DGama.
The cafe is located on the ground floor of the Sofitel Mumbai BKC. Cozy restaurant design. Great service. Excellent varied international buffet. Wonderful dishes of Sri Lankan, Indian, Chinese cuisines. Great place for lovers to try dishes from several countries.
Was there on a Sunday morning, while staying at the property. Though it was a very busy affair, the food and staff were great... no issues whatsoever :) I mostly stuck to my regular stuff like Idli sambhar (one of the best I have had.. which is really surprising for a 5-star property!) waffle.. fruits.. etc etc.. but the choices were too many to try.. Excellent beverages, including authentic filter coffee and great milkshakes.. there is something for everyone :)
Celebrated Women's day with my friend and daughter for dinner at Pondicherry cafe at Sofitel Hotel in BKC, Mumbai. As always the buffet fare is excellent and the Sri Lankan Food festival was on in full swing. Us women were presented with lovely single fresh roses tucked in white lily. In our location, we had Varun Pawar at our service and he was excellent - thoughtful and caring and asking us about whether we had tried the counter-cooked dishes served at the table, other than the buffet spread. We were provided with free Chandon or Mocktails as a special treat for Women's Day along with the buffet. Varun was kind enough to tell us about it. We had a lovely time thanks to Varun's superb service.
At the risk of being called a gastronomic snob, we confess to like more than a bit of variety in our meals. Why stick to just one plate of pasta or a bowl of curry when you can have it all by sitting on one table. You don’t have to walk down to the next restaurant to have a different cuisine for your main course, rather just drive down to a multi-cuisine restaurant. We find all-day dining establishments to have a more diverse menu as they are crafted to satisfy a various kinds of diners. These are the kind of places that suits us perfectly. If you happen to be in the Bandra Kurla Complex vicinity, then drive down to Sofitel Hotel, where ‘Pondichery Café’ is located. This lobby level eatery is the hotel’s busiest corners.
Open throughout the day and night, Pondichery Café enjoys a lavish all-encompassing menu. Featuring everything from French to European to Asian to North Indian, the menu cleverly handpicks the best dishes from all cuisines. Italian is however their forte. They put out quite a generous buffet spreads, something that draws loads of regulars. Begin your day by gobbling down a hefty breakfast. Follow it up with a luxurious three-course meal, beginning with the appetizers. Our snob radar is happy with, goujons, lasooni jhinga, sushi, Thai papaya salad, foie gras, gilafi sheekh kebab, pan-seared scallops, bruschetta and sunheri Makai paneer ka tikka. Main course is enriched by, croque madame, Pondichery chicken curry, teriyaki salmon, quiche Lorraine, four cheese pizza, angel hair gamberi, braised pork ribs, goong makham and paneer butter masala. The list is endless.
Treat your sweet tooth to a smorgasbord of delectable desserts. Polish off, chocolate fudge, red velvet cake, vanilla crème brulee, classic baked cheese cake, banoffee pie, assorted kulfi, gulab jamun and array of sorbet/ice cream selection. Pondichery Café is usually full of office goers and corporates by lunch. The name Pondichery Café doesn’t relate much to either the décor or the menu. Interiors are your standard hotel interior with thick carpet beneath your feet and glossy glass walls. Décor is mostly done in wooden tones. The restaurant sprawls generously sectioned by formal dining tables and glass partitions. Due to patterned carpet and patterned upholstery, the décor looks a bit intense visually. An impressive wine library stands tall and proud in middle of the room. Bill will be fat, watch out.