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If you love Goan food and happen to be in Kharadi, look no further. Café 1730 has opened a new outlet you can check out. From a vast selection of Goan dishes to Indian and Continental, there is a lot that you can choose from. The ambience is contemporary and vibrant with plenty of space to be relaxed. The gazebo section which can easily accommodate 60 to 80 people, makes a delightful retreat. Enjoy your weekends here with live music and special Brunches. Every dish speaks of the Executive Chef, Melba Sebastian’s passion for cooking. She has formed a balanced menu that also sports an innovative range of Fusion Food. Hence you have Paneer Tikka & Dal Makhni Risotto, Pav Bhaji Lasagne, Smoked Egg Plant Prawn Fetuccine and a lot more. Each dish exudes the most imaginative flair and my favourite was ‘Dal Khichdi Risotto’ – Arborio rice cooked with lentils, jeera, garlic and green chillies served with a masala papad and mango pickle cream. What a fine example of innovation. Melba believes her marrying of Continental and Indian recipes together makes the dish exciting and is being accepted very well by diners. The menu is huge with varied sections. All sauces – Apple, Orange, Rosemary Red Wine, Mint, etc are homemade. Every bakery item is prepared in-house. Most Popular dishes on the menu – Crab Xec Xec, Pork Sorpotel, Veg Caldeen Curry, Chicken Cafreal, Fish Ambotik. The liquor license is expected anytime soon.
The name itself sounds like it's a high end British restaurant. But that's not the point, the point is that do they serve high end food or is their service impeccable? Well let's just go into the review then.😄 Starting with the location, it's located in a very good spot but you might need a vehicle to get there. Although it's not very hard by using taxi services. Coming to the ambience which I look first when entering a restaurant or Cafe or any hospitality establishment, I must say it was eye-catching. The bar look kinda calm which wasn't a good sign but the furnishing and the decorations were quite modern and salient. Obviously comes the turn of the service staff, I found some of the staff getting confused. They looked hesitated about the menu cause every server was explaining the menu differently which got us confused too. Otherwise service was up to the mark. Time for the showstopper; the food, for which I got this lovely teriyaki chicken steak with rice. When it comes to steak I want it precisely cooked and they got it right. *Burrpp* Sorry😅. It was delicious and I enjoyed the time there. Recommended! Taste:-4.5/5 Ambience:-4.5/5 Service:-4/5 Zomato Gold:- ✔️ Price:-💲💲
Been here for a sunday brunch. The place is huge and has lots of seating area. Being a new location, sadly there weren't too many guests. The starter options are fabulous. Grilled Prawns, Chicken Tikka and Fried Chicken for the non vegetarian palate are just perfect. The beer wasnt initially chilled but after three servings the beer also tasted great. Main course is a bit sad. The non veg options aren't too tempting. Had a pasta cooked from the live table and must say the chef did a brilliant job. He repeated his brilliance when we ordered egg bhurji. Teamed the bhurji with freshly baked tandoori roti and some gravy of kadahi chicken. Overall a satisfying experience but the less number of patrons made the place look a bit dull.
Went here on a Friday evening, and there was a luckily a live band performance. Ambience : 4/5 The place has a great decor and seating. Band performance was on the first floor, so everyone could see. Music was fantastic. Food and beverage : 3/5 Won't go much into details, but didn't love anything I had here. Service/Staff : 2/5 Order mix up. Waiter serving the drinks with wrong name and steward not knowing about the ingredients all led to a major confusion. Staff should be educated about the entire menu. Value for money : 3.5/5 There are better places to try if you are at WTC.
I ordered paneer tikka zafraani, dahi ke kebab with Peru Pyala mocktail. While Paneer Tikka was pedestrian at best, dahi ke kebab was worst I have ever eaten. I have been to places which offers sumptious dahi ke kebab and I loved it everytime. The place was a big letdown from that experience. The only saving grace was the mocktail.The place didn't entice me at all and hence I chose to have the main course elsewhere.
We were a group of 10 people who enjoyed a variety of starters and main courses to share over three hours in the evening. The staff was very friendly and attentive. Drinks, wine and beer were good, the dishes really excellent. We will come back.