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09 February 2013
A must for all sea food lovers. We had crab butter garlic and pomfret tandoori for starters. Both were excellent and very fresh. For main course we had neer dosas with prawn rassa , quantity was good and taste simple brilliant. The service is a bit slow but once the food came in ,it was well worth the wait.
Maybe the only thing that the place needs to work upon is the slightly slow service..Total Damages- 800 (For the food and aerated beverage)I am definitely coming back to try out the other dishes.P.S. Their menu which comes in a wooden box adds to the charm!
For starters, we ordered for the Garlic Twist, which was very uniquely different and yummy. The main course consisted of Meen Ghashi (the pomfret version) with neer dosa and paneer makhni with roomali roti. All the dishes were generous in quantity and lipsmackingly good!! Our servers were courteous, polite and helped us in picking the right dishes.
Located at a stone's throw away from the Khar station, this newbie is quite a pleasant surprise. Although I was a bit skeptical about how the veg food will turn out to be in a restaurant that has fish in its name, my fears were laid to rest with the first morsel of food.
We ordered the prawn biryani and the seafood broth. I was happy with both the dishes as there was a good amount of fish portions in both unlike other places. The soup actually had a lot of seafood in it and the biryani had huge prawns in it. There were two of us and we shared a biryani yet we both were more than happy with the portions.
Very nice place in terms of the ambience and the service. I was pleasantly surprised to see this cozy little family dining place near Khar station. Very creative in terms of their menu and the platters there are very well priced and have good portions.
Very average place. Butter garlic Prawns are very bland. Prawns are excessively huge and lacks taste. Ambience is nice. Staff is courteous. Didn't like the twisted biryani or the twisted veg speciality. Too heavy. Not recommended.
Ate at this place about a week back..nice ambience..comfortable seating area..excellent food quality..good options in the menu..overall a "value for money" place :)
I was also pleasantly surprised by the service. The amount of chicken in my wrap was very less, and I asked the server to add more chicken while making the wrap. He told me that it would cost me extra, but I told him that the amount is genuinely low for a big wrap and they shouldn't be charging extra. To my surprise, the server added another piece of chicken, at his own cost. I was super impressed!
The thing that struck me the most about this place was the freshness of the ingredients and the wraps. I ordered for a customized wrap, and included every possible veggie in it, alongwith chicken. The wrap was so crunchy, and fresh and tasted fantastic! I almost ordered another one, just to check that it wasn't a mistake. Clearly, one of the best wraps I have had in India till date.
The interiors are tiny, and there're 2 tables inside, and 2 tables places outside. The menu is kinda limited, but you have the option of making your own wraps and sandwiches as well.
Situated in one of the more quaint localities of Bandra, B-letuce is a rare find. Difficult to locate, almost 'blink-and-miss kinds', this is in a tiny by-lane off Carter road. I've heard the area gets noisy during the day since its located close to the Rizvi colleges, but when we went in the evening, it was all quiet and calm and perfect for a quick catch-up with a friend.
The lettuce is crisp and has a taste of its own at this place. One small tip to the owners get a branch near kandivali-malad urgently needed. A highly recommended place for all who enjoy healthy food which is truely delicious.
If given an option to choose between subway and B letuce I'll go for B letuce anyday. The Chicky Chicken wrap is amazing, triple choclate shake is heavenly.
Secondly, the chicken quantity was far too less for the prices that they are charging for non veg items. Extra chicken costs 35 odd bucks. This can be addressed.I'm looking for a place to frequent for healthy food, this place has a lot of potential but needs to address some issues.
My overall experience was extremely pleasant, however I do have a suggestion or 2:Firstly, yes your lettuce is very fresh and good quality, but its compromising on the taste of other components of the dishes. Maybe increase quantities of other components (I did ask for extra mushrooms, which they provided with no hesitation).
I ordered a salad and a large wrap. Both sounded very similar on the menu, however the large quantities of lettuce made them same almost the same. The food was delicious, but I don't even remember the details of what I ordered because of all that lettuce (we get it, your name has lettuce in it). I also ordered an Apply Nut Soy Shake, which was very well made.
I had been wanting to try this place for a while. Having newly started a diet, I thought this place might have a nice nutritious dinner to offer. try once this place.
All in all an outstanding experience at Qishos couldnt have asked for more.The passion for food that Kishore possesses is just in one word LEGEN-DARY as the iconic Barney Stinson (from the sitcom How I met your Mother) would say it.
He also made a a sweet dish called Satpura which is a Sindhi specialty which was splendid to say the least which gave a "sweet" culmination to our superb epicurean evening.