A Sassy Spoon­ful

India Today - - CITY BUZZ | LISTINGS -  by aditi pai

If you’ve spent af­ter­noons sip­ping lemon­ades and cock­tails at their Ban­dra restau­rant, you can now do the same in your own city with Mum­bai’s chic restau­rant Sassy Spoon open­ing its first out­let here. The dé­cor is ca­sual and at­trac­tive with pink and white up­hol­stery, bird cage lanterns and books stacked up near the ceil­ing. The out­door sec­tion is the big­gest draw, with open brick walls and flow­er­ing plants lined bal­conies, it lends a feel of a Euro­pean street café. Try the spiked very berry khatta with mul­ber­ries and or­ange and a dash of kala khatta; the Sassy mar­garita comes with in­no­va­tive flavours of ap­ple mint with kokum and tequila and the pani puri mar­garita has the tangy flavours of masala pani. The cock­tails menu is ex­ten­sive, prob­a­bly among the most in­no­va­tive ones in the city with flavours of vanilla vodka, soya cream, cof­fee liqueur and fresh fruits meet­ing a range of spir­its. Check out the flavoured rasp­berry or pas­sion fruit beer if you want a dash of sweet­ness in your lager. The menu, too, brings dishes that re­flect and in­ter­est­ing play of flavours such as the green ap­ple and smoked scar­moza soup, the Sassy cae­sar salad with a wasabi dress­ing, prawn pako­das and Goan sausages with bell pep­pers and pota­toes. Their all-day break­fast is also a draw with a caramelised cof­fee French toast and a mul­ga­pudi meets egg omelette dish. Wrap up your meal with the sticky tof­fee pud­ding and the dark choco­late and basil fon­dant.

PRICE Rs 1,500 for two

AT Lane 7, Kore­agon Park

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