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Shopping on Bandra streets in the afternoon can get you really hungry. My heart suggested the evergreen KFC , but my fiancee had different plans in mind. And there it was ,Bombay blues - The nearest ground floor restaurant in vicinity. We initially made a wrong entry into its twin brother 'Noodle Bar'. On entering Bombay blue, we were greeted very pleasantly by the attenders. The restaurant never lacked crowd being in the center of Bandra (W) and most of the seats were occupied as expected. The room hosted a couple of LED screens for the cricket match which was being aired live. We got our two seater near the glass wall close to the road.
The menu did not have a specific structure but had everything that a Mumbaikar would like to eat. Although it covered a wide variety of cuisines , the options inside a single cuisine were very limited. Since we wanted to fill our stomach , Roti - Chicken was the obvious choice. We ignored the routine soup and directly entered the main course. The attender suggested Murgh Khurchan which was chicken shredded pieces in a semi gravy served with a single roti. That made us order three additional rotis to pair it up. When the chicken arrived, I found the quantity to be very less to serve four rotis. I found the dish similar to kadai chicken with less of gravy.
VAT is included in their pricing but they charge a default 10% service charge. The attenders make it a point to take continous feedback from the customer. To conclude , the restaurant serves as a low price quick snack option in between the stalwarts of Bandra west. Would like to try out the sizzlers next time around.
Ambiance : 3.5
Food : 3
Price : 4.5
Service : 5
Happened to drop by this place as its one of the very few joints serving Jain food in Bandra & with a Jain frnd in tow, we were left with no choice :)
Our order was a Veg Pizza & in NV, the Bombay Blue Favourite Pizza. Pretty Good.
Meanwhile the Jain frnd ordered a Jain Pasta.
The Spaghetti wasn't cooked well and was promptly replaced by a macaroni pasta but was nothing to write home about.
The Mocktails were also pretty ordinary.
Not worth it or simply not the right order. Might give this place a second chance if left with no other choice again.
Food - 2.5/5
VFM - 3.5/5
Service - 3.5/5
Ambience - 3/5
Have visited Bombay blues for around 4th time & somehow i still dont like it. We had blue sea mocktail which had way too much of syrup.. The baked nachos was the only life-saver and their white macroni was fresh but the food is just not filling. Their chole bhature are a bit sweet and I find this place an absolute waste.
Damages: 400 bucks and an half filled stomach..!
Bombay Blue is one of many places in the city focused on family dining thereby serving a melange of cuisines including Indian fast food, Indian mains and Indianized continental. What differentiates this place, however, is the lively atmosphere and superb service.
My favourite dish here is the nachos - crisp golden fried tortilla chips served with a creamy, flavourful cheese sauce. The pastas here are also yum and the best part is that they are customisable to one's liking.
Definitely a place that can be visited once in a while.
I've lived in Khar for a while, and I've never walked into this Bombay Blue because there were so many exotic options around. Hey, who wants regular continental fare if you could go and have exotic stuff? However, my brother seemed to have those feelings for cheesy food one fine day and we went to Bombay Blue for a late weekend lunch.
The place was full at lunch hour, and everyone seemed happy and satiated with their food. There was just one table by the door which was open, and we took that on to start with. We order for the Bombay Blue Nachos with beans, and some Mac n'cheese. We told you we were in a cheesy mood, right?
There was a fresh fruit Margarita festival going on as well, and we wanted to have some of the action there as well. Work to do and a day to spend ahead, we went for the Virgin Pomegranate/Basil Margarita and Lychee Margarita. while the Pomegranate/Basil virgin margarita was on the ball and tasted very well, the Lychee Margarita was just a lump of Lychees with sugar and not so good after all.
Back to the food, the nachos were excellent as always. Bombay Blue is known for them after all. The Baked macaroni was pretty okay I'd say. I'm used to there being a lot of Macaroni and the 'just right' amount of cheese in Mac N Cheese. Here, there was loads of Cheese and some Macaroni floating in it. Not cool, it looked like someone added some macaroni to some cheese which was prepared for a fondue, and sent it along.
I'll just stick to going here when I need regular fare, not too good, not too bad either. I hope they won't screw up on the MnC again!
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