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This place is more of a small dining hall rather than a full-fledged restaurant. The minimalistic décor does nothing to enhance the ambience. The menu comprises Indian and Oriental cuisine - soups, starters, mains, sandwiches, beverages and desserts. There is a separate bar menu which is fairly exhaustive offering some cocktails too, apart from wines, beer and spirits. The food is very basic with run-of-the mill flavours. Not much thought has gone into the presentation. The Indian fare is your best bet particularly the chicken sukha and chicken dum biryani. There is a Goan Fish curry too. The portions are extremely generous. There are a fair amount of vegetarian options too. The saag makai chilli fry is worth trying. Among starters try the paneer pakora and aloo chaat martini. The dessert section has a few options only and most of them unavailable. The food is easy-on-the wallet. Service staff is warm and helpful.
While the food was good in taste, service was relatively slow inspite of the fact that we were the only occupants that time. The quantity of starters was a little less too. Overall a good place in the concrete desert
I stayed at the Mango Hotel, Airoli, Mumbai for a business event. XO-Cafe is the restaurant serving hotel guests and groups. What was most memorable of this restaurant is the friendliness and focus on service of the staff, especially Sabin Sabu and Deependra Singh. They as well as the other staff members did their utmost best to let us feel at home and that we were important to them. If I ever return to his hotel this team would be my main reason.