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This swish and cosy bar at the lobby level, with chic décor, offers indoor and outdoor seating options. While the outdoor seating area is nestled in greenery and offers a poolside view, the ambience inside is warm and intimate. There is a private seating area too for a large group. The bar menu is exhaustive offering the best of spirits and cocktails. There is a separate varied wine list to choose from. The bartenders at the well-stocked bar, make cocktails a la minute as per the guests’ preference and it is a treat to watch them. The finger food menu has offerings from European, Asian and Indian cuisines. One can relish the pan-seared Peppered Chicken which is succulent and moist and well-spiced too. The Chicken And Prawn Suimai with subtle flavours is comforting and pairs well with cocktails. Sauteed Prawns offer the right amount of zing to the palate and enable one to enjoy one’s drinks even more. Vegetarians can try the Paneer Tikka Sunheri. The service is exemplary and the staff is well-informed and articulate. One can relax and enjoy cocktails or spirits here at a leisurely pace.
It is located at lobby level of Leela Hotel.. It is a beautiful bar with a lot of options in various alcoholic drinks. The wine list was impressive. The complimentary snacks were served without a stop. The decor was excellent and so was the ambiance, 5 star. Special thanks to Balaji Laghute, the bar manager, for looking after us so well. Keep it up !!
It’s a nice place. We had one conference in Leela and used this cafe for some meetings. Liked place, ambience is amazing.
The bar contains an indoor and outdoor area, indoor is cozy and quite. Outdoor is more loud with nice music, live cooking stations and a big bar. Overlooking the swimming pool the place is nice a break and cold beer after a long day meetings and work and TRAFFIC :(
The Leela Mumbai is taking its patrons on a culinary journey to Spain and is leaving no stone unturned. Celebrating the flavours of Spain, The Leela has collaborated with Chef Sergio Millet, Executive Chef of Mas Rabell restaurant at the famous Torres vineyards in Spain. To add to the treat, The House of Torres is pairing with the menu some of its legendary wines ( Mas La Plana, Ibericos Rioja, Gran Coronas, Grans Muralles). What stuck with us the most about the wines, apart from the gorgeous flavours, was that each of them has a wonderful story to tell each explained to us passionately by Tushar. We had the pleasure to attend one of their Tapas evenings and here are some things that stood out : Ajo Blanco We were quite happy to see this popular cold soup as a starter, especially served as shots! Ajo Blanco is typically made from a mix of bread, almonds, vinegar, olive oil, salt, water and garlic. The drink is very smooth & is quite refreshing, especially in the summer. Gambas Pil Pil The Gambas ( Shrimp ) Pil Pil ( Sauce ) were flying off the stove like hot cakes! Almost everyone took seconds & thirds. Gambas Pil Pil Prawn tossed in a sizzling hot sauce of garlic, chilli & olive oil. Not only was it a delight to watch the chef toss them on the live counter but it was also plated adorably in these tiny little red pots. Pan con Tomate with Spicy Tomato Sauce Many say this dish is as humble as tapas can get. The tiny, bite-sized pieces of Spanish toast are a delicious, quick snack made with just five ingredients, namely, bread, tomato, olive oil, garlic, and salt. Chicken and Mushroom Paella We kind of missed this but the others were raving about this dish! These were just the tip of the iceberg, you must visit to learn more about the other delicacies on the menu. Desserts For the most part of the evening, we were hovering around the dessert counter drooling over the desserts on display. Churros We loved watching the churros being made and gulping them down nice and warm. To add to the delicious brown pastry, we had chocolate sauce, strawberry sauce & Ice cream made in the Leela Kitchen. Crème Catalana The dessert draws parallels with the crème brûlée, the difference being the latter doesn’t contain fine cornflour. The custard was well set and was garnished with fresh fruit, we quite enjoyed it. Arroz con Leche Presentation-wise, this stood out the most as it was served in these tiny dessert jars with a dropper full of syrup. The Arroz ( Rice ) con Leche ( Milk ) is basically a Mexican rice pudding and can be a bit bland. Chef Rachna gave it a little extra flavour by adding in some fresh fruits. There were also Alfajores, Polvorones Almond Cookies, Pretzel Pops, Macaroons, Orange Sponge Cake and more! Our brief visit to the Leela Mumbai Tapas Evening was definitely not enough for us. We will be visiting again soon.
A bar fully equipped with all the varieteis and good innovative cocktails and mocktails.The snacks are the malabar prawns,paneer and hara kabab for veg.lamb satay can be tried but a very limited snacks in the offing
Dunking back a few sexy cocktails or nursing your beer moodily at your local dive doesn’t impact much as much as boozing at a glittery fancy hotel bar. Leave your jeans hanging in the closet and pull out a crisp suit or a sleek dress next time you feel like drinking. Get hold of your friends and convince them to skip their regular watering hole and opt for somewhere a little more classier. Hotel bars are the way to go. Not only they provide you with a stunning backdrop, they also put out some mind-blowing boozy concoctions. When drinking out in Mumbai, plan for ‘Six Degrees’, a sleek glamourous bar at posh The Leela Hotel on Andheri-Kurla Road in Chakala. This is one of the loveliest bars in the city.
Six Degrees takes its booze very seriously. Their bar menu will blow your mind. Any tippler worth his salt will have fun wading through their bar selection. Six Degrees vodka wall boasts of the largest collection of vodkas in Mumbai. Give their mixologist a chance, sit back, and let him do his magic. Let him woo you with a series of delectable potent house cocktails. From their mixed menu of Continental and Italian fare, choose a few nibbles to go with your drinks. Eat, duo of bruschetta, pork bratwurst, feta & corn samosettes, harissa marinated fried fish, seekh kebab gilafi, Thai vegetable spring rolls, chopitos, Cajun tossed potato, murgh reshmi kebab, paneer tikka sunehri, Indonesian chicken & lamb satay, hummus & grilled pita, spicy Sichuan vegetable dumpling, hara bhara kebab and wakasaji salmon. Kill any leftover hunger pang with a, Norwegian salmon steak, Cajun spiced tiger prawns, lamb chops or samak harra.
During winter months when the evenings are cool, they put up live grills by the poolside. Spoil your sweet tooth silly with an assortment of lip-smacking desserts. The chef treats you with, strawberry lamington, fruit tart and chocolate walnut brownie. Six Degrees is a cozy swanky hotel bar that is just as lovely on the inside as it is on the outside. A spacious moodily lit room meets your eye as you step inside Six Degrees. A wide glowing bar presides in middle of the room, while sleek tables flanks it from all sides. But it’s their poolside seating area that takes our breath away. This palm-encrusted intimate space is ideal for couples. The hefty bill is justified.