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This is the original outlet of this very popular cafe. It looks very different from the second outlet and here while the interiors are also wooden the walls are stark white. It is spread across two levels and you can also enjoy dining on their terrace. The menu has a large selection of dishes including some excellent happy hour deals that run through the week. It is a pretty spot for breakfast or a romantic meal out especially if you are dining on the terrace. It is also children friendly and ideal for a lazy Sunday brunch with the family.
Had the best white wine sangria in a long time at Salt water last weekend. The apple pie, the lamb burger, the orange and spinach salad were top notch too. Salt water is conveniently tucked away just behind Leelavati so its a good option to meet friends who don't really want to enter the madness of Bandra as well.
Salt Water had been on my wishlist for a while before I finally decided to make an unplanned visit. I could owe my slightly underwhelming experience possibly to my expectations, which were sky high. Although, credit shall be given where credit is due. We started off with their bread basket and herbed butters along with a mocktail I forgot the name of. With delicious accents of peaches and plums, the mocktail it was very, very refreshing. i liked how diverse their bread basket was, although I do mostly prefer just a good ol' warm baguette usually. Coming to the food, we called for the rosemary potato wedges, something I call for everywhere. If a restaurant has herbed/spiced potato wedges, I have to get it. My search for the best potato wedges continues, but this one definitely didn't make the cut. Next up, I had the Asparagus ravioli. Pretty good, it was nice and buttery with a great garlic emulsion, although it would get dangerously overwhelming after a bit if it weren't for the crisps to break the monotony. My friend called for the House Spiced Chicken burger which he didn't like at all. All in all, it wasn't a bad experience per se, but it didn't live up to the food coma inducing fare we were expecting. Service was warm and ambiance was okay, although I'm not going to strike this off my list just yet and will definitely go back to try some other mains.
Salt water cafe has really good food.. We had the tomato lemongrass soup, the caramelised onion flat bread and the arrabiatta pasta, and all of them were top notch. Service is good here and so is the ambience. Prices are a little on the higher side though.
When you are in Bandra, you are generally spoiled by choices of where to eat and what to eat and get that gastronomical experience. Well I have been partial to Salt Water Café for a while now and I decided to go with my instincts one more time, been over a year I visited this joint and nothing has changed. For the better in this case. Ambience 4/5 : The place is dim lit and spacious with wooden seating arrangements, not favorable for a leisure seating but nevertheless it works fine. Service & Staff 5/5 : Service is impeccable and the staff is well informed and will help you make choices or make suggestion based on what you are craving for. Food Quality 4/5 : We ordered for our main course (Only) as we were eating throughout the whole day and just wanted to settle for a single course meal for the night. Orders were placed and the Server informed us the wait time was around 25-30 minutes for the meals to be prepared, in the interim he suggested if we wanted to the bread basket and later moved on to suggesting an Appetizer i.e. Polenta Crusted Chicken. Based on my previous visits I always had the bread basked served up front and it was an ask for that night, maybe something changed in a year! Polenta Crusted Chicken : Unfortunately this was a letdown as the chicken was a bit cold from the inside and the crust seemed to be a bit over fried. It didn’t taste like something cooked in Salt Water’s kitchen, however it was a finger food to pass away time till the main course arrived. Grilled Peppercorn Chicken : This was cooked to perfection and was accompanied with a sides of salad on a bed of mashed potatoes and sauce. Only complaint was the dressing used on the salad was too strong and it had a dominating flavor (A bit mustard like) which suppressed the taste of the entire dish. Easy way out was to skip the salad (which we did obviously) and cleaned up the entire plate with no qualms. Seared Basa : My all-time favorite and still continues to be the same, possibly they have mastered the art of getting it right every time. It had the right amount of butter and the Basa was perfectly cooked and placed on the base of glazed potato mix. Alas - The dish did disappear in no time into my belly and I was food happy finally. For Dessert we had a tough choice of not selecting the Warm Cheese Cake which really warms my heart all the time but we were in a mood for a change that night. So we looked up to Subendu and he suggested us “Tres Leches” and explained what it really is. Honestly we were a bit vary about ordering it but he reassured us that it was good and offered it to be complimentary in case it was not to our liking and guess what we absolutely loved it and it was a welcome change for my sweet tooth. Just so you know it’s more like a westernized version of Rasmalai but easy on the sugar rush and not too much on the calories. Given a choice I would love to have it again but this time I will also parcel the Cheesecake for my binge. Drinks/Cocktails: Yet to try it out so no inputs but will surely edit this review once I have had it. Overall, SWC has never disappointed and I would visit again the next time I am around and as a suggestion if you guys can make Eggs Benedict available as an all-day dining option it would be an added attraction only for me.
I visited mumbai for the first time and went to this cafe. The food actually prepared was really fresh and tasting good. Waiter himself suggested mocktails and take a good care of us. Try beetroot salad it was really good.
If you want to enjoy spectacular environs while enjoying romantic fine dining besides the pool in Mumbai then Salt Water Cafe would be your preferred restaurant.
The wonderful restaurant is located on 87 Chapel Road, Next to Mount Carmel Church, Reclamation, Bandra West. Impeccable service, impressive interiors and delectable food are the typical characteristic of all chain outlets of Salt Water Cafe.
Comfortable seating arrangements are done on two levels. The indoor seating has elegant wooden furniture, good air conditioning with tables placed next to glass walls. The terrace of the chic café reverberates with vivacious music and sets the mood for lively and dreamy evenings with your loved ones. A meal for two costs INR 1600 for two people approximately. You can enjoy a pint of beer for INR 200.