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The name might have you think it is a local diner or greasy burger joint but it is far from either of those. This is one restaurant that makes you feel blissfully happy dining here. They have colourful chairs, pretty knick knacks adoring the restaurant and one massive wall filled with lovely old suitcases and travel trunks in different sizes that screams vintage. The Sassy Spoon is one of the prettiest restaurants to enjoy a meal at and Chef Irfan Pabaney and Chef Rachel Goenka go out of their way to make sure your meal is a memorable one.
It was an amazing and enjoyable evening in the Sassy spoon restaurant at Mumbai. The service was excellent, food quality, restaurant location, cost. It would score them 10/ 10. We were serviced by Anikat and he is very professional waiter. I highly recommend this restaurant and sure you will have a delicious and great time.
Great place if your looking for some variety! The menu is very diverse, from prawns, lamb and chicken to ribs, great if your in bigger crowd! Can get busy near the weekends, so try book a table for peak times. If your struggling to choose from the menu, ask the staff for a recommendation, there always happy to help. Overall great food and service - give it a try!!!
Very rarely does the senior manager at the restaurant takes such keen interest in creating gastronomic experiences in person. Thanks Pranav. What surprised me was that the gentleman serving food were taking part in our food conversations about chefs. Excellent sense of ownership towards value creation. Way to go....
Visited the restaurant for a late-ish dinner on a Friday night and we enjoyed the duo singing retro music. Food was outstanding and quite reasonably priced. Service was prompt as well
Went on a Saturday evening and the place was packed. Great atmosphere and fun music from all venues. The food was unique and very tasty. Service provided by Jervis was excellent.
When a chef is having fun with his food it shows in his menu. He tries to be innovative and doesn’t fear from making bold out there choices when it comes to his cooking. Today more and more chefs are trying to diversify their cooking from the rest of their peers by choosing highest quality of ingredients from around the world, to bring in authenticity and using modern new techniques to give their food a facelift. Chef Irfan Pabaney and Chef Rachel Goenka are going out of their way to make ‘The Sassy Spoon’ one of the best places to dine at in Mumbai. Their hot premium location at Express Towers in Nariman Point is boon to their popularity, which increases ten folds with each passing day. Their love food and it shows in their cooking.
With Sassy Spoon, global cuisine has found a new address. The restaurant brings a unique soulful take on popular world cuisines like, European, Mediterranean, Asian and Modern Indian, to your table. There are some vegan options on the menu too. Throw back some delightful handcrafted cocktails or pop open a bottle of wine to marry your appetizers. The Sassy Spoon keeps a killer bar menu so take advantage of it. Whet your appetite with, pearl barley salad, mushroom & water chestnut stuffed arancini, char grilled jerk spiced chicken, nutty ricotta ravioli, seared mirin soaked beef, shitake & tofu gyoza, grilled mango pickled prawns, twice baked emmenthal soufflé and home spiced rawa crusted bombil. Stuff yourself further on, mushroom tortellini, pork vindaloo, spaghetti with a black truffle butter, Konkani prawn curry, slow braised Srilankan spiced baby lamb and brown rice paella.
Give your sweet tooth something to smile about with The Sassy Spoon’s decadent desserts. Dig into, seven textured hazelnut & chocolate, caramel peanut tart, lemon & thyme cheesecake, tiramisu da monterosso, Sassy stacks, dark chocolate & basil fondant, coffee & almond fudge cake and an array of divine homemade ice creams. Have some guilty-free sugar love with their sugar free desserts. The Sassy Spoon is designed by keeping today’s jet setter crowd in mind. Pale grey walls flank a spacious peppy coloured room with bright hued furniture and interesting Knick knacks. Wall of vintage travel trunks infuse the creative flavour to the scene. You will find The Sassy Spoon a bit on the expensive side.