Bombay Barbeque is a wish grill and buffet restaurant located at Andheri, Mumbai.
Warm and welcoming, Bombay Barbeque is a all you can eat restaurant that spoils it’s patrons with its wide variety of choices.
So let’s straight get into what it offers :-
LIVE GRILLS –
A charcoal grill is laid on the table where you can grill your own meat or veggie with your choice of marinade.
In reality the meats are already precooked but you can still add your personal seasoning for an extra jazz.
The restaurant offers 7 vegetarian and 5 non vegetarian options.
It includes chicken, prawns, fish, mutton, cottege cheese and veggies.
This is highlight of the buffet and people normally fill up themselves with these unlimited array of kebabs.
I tried all the kebabs, I was impressed by their black pepper prawns, light pepper and cream seasoning, extremely flavourful !
Even the mutton seekh kebabs were nice.
LIVE STATIONS –
There are 5 live cooking stations.
Mumbai’s favorite street food like bhelpuri, sevpuri, pani puri, aalu tikki and dahi puri is made fresh and served on the table after placing your order at the live counter.
Pretty decent, Sev puri was nice !
Mini pizzas with vegetarian and non vegetarian toppings.
Very basic, the pizzas needed to spend some more time in the oven 😉
Choice of pastas with veggies are there, one can choose arrabiata and alfredo sauce.
The white sauce pasta was decent !
– ASIAN WOK
The make your own wok option is really elaborate, one gets to choose his own veggies, meats, rice, noodles and asian seasoning.
Tried the squids in black pepper sauce with veggies, Nice !!
Piping hot jalebi made in front of you, tasted nice with cool basundi.
BUFFET SPREAD –
The buffet spread is a mix of Indian and Asian cuisine.
A choice of vegetarian and non vegetarian soup.
Different varieties of salads were there like cole slaw, aalu chaat and mixed lettuce.
The indian mains include paneer, mix veg, chicken, dal and biryani.
The asian mains offer gravy dish, rice and noodles.
I liked the thai green curry and lemon sauce fish in the asian section, went well with fried rice.
There are 10 desserts on offer.
It’s a mix of indian sweets along with pastries and ice cream.
I ended my meal with phirni, chocolate ice cream and hot jalebi’s.
Overall, Bombay Barbeque makes it hard for a person to get disappointed.
There is so much on offer that one will like something or the other !
Service is quick.