Happy High

India Today - - SIMPLY MUMBAI - By Prachi Rege

The Big Bang Bar and Café is the lat­est wa­ter­ing hole in Ban­dra, which spans across a whop­ping 5,000 sq ft and boasts of two spa­cious al­fresco sec­tions over­look­ing the buzzing sub­urb. An eye- catch­ing in­stal­la­tion of up­turned glass bot­tles that cov­ers a wall greets you here.

The six- page bar menu in­stantly grabbed our at­ten­tion. So, we started our evening with Roby Belly, which is beer of your choice mixed with a flam­ing shot of rum dropped in­side the beer glass, a strong drink per­fect for an ex­per­i­men­tal drinker. Roby Spice that fol­lowed next, is for spice lovers. A con­coc­tion of whisky, gin-

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ger, chilli and lime juice, you are sure to feel a tinge on your tongue. Non­al­co­holics can go for the de­li­ciously made tangy mo­jito— gen­er­ously gar­nished with fresh mint leaves, lime wedges and jal­jeera. Best bites to ac­com­pany our drinks were the Chicken Pop­corns, warm and crispy, th­ese are served with a sweet chilli dip. Vege­te­ri­ans can opt for que­sadil­las stuffed with veg­gies, sour cream and pico salad, which is a sump­tu­ous choice too.

Spicy BBQ Chicken pizza fol­lowed next. The pizza had ched­dar and moz­zarella cheese base, topped with mar­i­nated chicken spiked with smoked bbq sauce. The chicken was ten­der and the thin crust was per- fectly wood­fired. Their Pasta Al­fredo is also a de­li­cious prepa­ra­tion in white cream sauce fla­vored with herbs, served with fresh gar­lic bread. The dessert sec­tion wasn’t too im­pres­sive, out of the mere three desserts, we chose the good old Tira­masu, which was not- toocre­amy and sug­ary, a per­fect end to a sat­is­fy­ing meal. Time6 pm to 1.30 am Meal for two Rs 3000 ( inclusive of taxes) Happy Hours: Sun­day to Thurs­day At The Big Bang Bar and Café is at Ke­nil­worth Build­ing, Third Floor, Link­ing Road, Ban­dra ( West) Con­tact 26008833/ 77 balms, shower gels, per­fumes and scrubs that are avail­able in di­vine jas­mine, lily, laven­der oils, Sat­suma, straw­berry fra­grances. Added in­cen­tive: you take home your beauty prod­ucts in beau­ti­fully de­signed trin­ket boxes and pouches. At Up­per Ground floor, In­finiti Mall, Link road, Malad ( West)

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