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A tribute to Mumbai’s Irani cafés, this place is replete with quirky décor elements strongly reminiscent of Parsi homes, albeit a bit overstated. The square tables with checked tablecloths are unmistakably Irani-esque. The jukebox in one corner belts out music to add to the playful atmosphere. The menu is a combination of Irani café and Parsi home-style food and at the same time refreshingly inventive. A lot of the dishes here take you down memory lane. 'Chicken Farcha', 'Bhendi Bazar Seekh Paratha' and 'Parsi Mutton Masala Roast', are bound to delight the carnivores. The 'Eggs Kejriwal' here disappoints. The Parsi style 'Badami Potato' is outstanding and a treat for the vegetarians. This restaurant offers Mumbaikars a slice of Parsi life and culture through its innovative food and beverage offerings. Service is warm but a bit slow.
This place is brimming with artefacts places all over the area. Excellent choice of Parsi food & delecaies plus other international cuisines to go by.... great service with knowledgable staff to serve & good choices of fusion drinks to taste...
The decor is the first thing that adds to the ambiance. The menu offerings are plentiful. I wish that I could have tasted the complete menu, as a number of dishes were new to me . The cauliflower dish was one that caught my taste buds by surprise. Certainly a new way of preparing cauliflower. All the dishes we ordered were of good quality. And good taste. The staff were nimble and fast , as well as attentive. A must .
Visited the Powai branch to celebrate my sister-in-laws birthday and had an amazing time with family. Chilled out ambiance, superb service, amazing food and a great place to celebrate with family!!
Family foursome had a wonderful late night dinner. Though crowded we did not have wait too long for a table. Serving staff was courteous and prompt. The restaurant has an old world charm. Typical parsi cuisine. We enjoyed Chicken Dhansak and Sali Boti.
This restaurants food totally impressed me although their portions are for one person only ... Pricey ... still left us feeling hungry ...
The delights of Parsi food has finally hit the gourmets and hard-core foodies after it made an unexpected appearance on Delhi’s culinary horizon. Since then this old-fashioned comforting cuisine has made a comeback with a bang, educating you all about farchas, dhansaks and akuris. Dishes like berry pulaos and patra ni machhi has become household names, bringing a horde of gourmets to the Parsi-serving restaurant’s doorstep. One very popular restaurant, which is responsible for glamming up Parsi cuisine, has reached the shores of Mumbai. Lovingly called as ‘SodaBottleOpenerWala’, this casual Irani café inspired eatery has forced us to sit up and take notice of this charming heritage that is very much part of Mumbai’s culinary structure. The restaurant from its trendy, Bandra Kurla Complex location, has lured in quite an impressive clientele.
This quirky interesting restaurant has given Parsi cuisine a new boost of life and has popularized the fare all across the country. The name SodaBottleOpenerWala has become synonymous to Parsi food in every major city. The day starts early for them so you are most welcome to stop by for your share of eggs kejriwal or poro or mushroom on khari, all classic Parsi breakfasts. If you happen to pop by in the evening then start with a delicious Parsi cocktail or a glass of wine. Make the first course of, bacon vadapav, seafood bhel, kanda bhajjiya, tareli macchi, aloo aunty’s vegetable cutlet, komli fry, chicken baida roti and bhendi bazaar sheekh paratha. Enjoy the main course of, Goan prawn curry, paatra ni paneer, squid & prawn patio, bharuchi paneer akuri, salli boti, mutton dhansak, tarela himalyan rainbow trout, berry pulao and parsi-style jumbo prawn.
Dessert selection at SodaBottleOpenerWala is truly fantastic. Get ready to be tempted by, mawa cake, coconut tart, readymade cheesecake jar, parsi dairy kulfi, gadbad, apple pear & plum pie, matunga coffee cake, jeroo aunty’s toblerone mousse, chatpat with grilled flambeed fruite and lagan nu custard. The restaurant is quite marginally priced, feel free to indulge deeply. Encased in a glass façade, the restaurant is vibrantly decorated from the inside. Old-fashioned Parsi knick-knacks are used to deck up the space. Small tables draped in red checks tablecloth works beautifully against the patterned floors. Walls are painted in bright shade highlighting vintage Irani curios handpicked from Parsi drawing rooms. The vibe is casual and cheerful here.
SodaBottleOpenerWala reminds you what Irani cafes used to look like decades ago. Their homage is just much more attractive than the original thing. The décor is quirky, striking and totally Instagrammable. The restaurant is known to serve traditional Parsi cuisine in their most authentic avatar. Even the way they present their dishes are something worth snapping. The outlet at Bandra Kurla Complex is very popular and stays busy throughout. Pick this place for a casual fun date for a Special Occasion. You will have a wonderful time checking out all that Irani memorabilia. Don’t rush through your meal, SodaBottleOpenerWala deserves to be savored in leisure.