Caramel Wings reviews the Sizzler Festival at Bombay Blue’s Bandra outlet in Mumbai.

“…The lady at the door graciously received us and we were promptly seated at a corner table by the glass wall. The Manager, Vaibhav, explained their menu in detail and each and every member of their staff was smiling, helpful, quick with suggestions and attentive without being a nuisance to us while we enjoyed our meal…”

“…We started off with the Nachos Grande from their regular menu which the chef insisted that we try. I take my Nachos very seriously and believe me, these were unbelievably crisp, delicate, melt in the mouth with just the right amount of seasoning and the beans were cooked to perfection…”

“…Would I go back to Bombay Blue? Yes, I am taking the parents sometime next week since they love sizzlers. And the way its priced, I think it is a complete Value for Money…”

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Bombay Blue gets reviewed in The Afternoon Dispatch & Courier

Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 25th May, 2012, pg 13

Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 25th May, 2012, pg 13

Follow My Recipe reviews Bombay Blue, Phoenix Mills

“The restaurant manager and chef were very sweet and made sure we tried a variety things on the menu.”

“I did enjoy the nachos and cheese (home made crisps). Mom loved the alu tikki stuffed with hung curd. That was pretty unique- the creaminess of the curd with the potatoes. Of the non- veg appetizer platter I liked the jerk chicken quite a bit. The flavours were authentic something I have not had in India yet- a Jerk chicken done right.”

“…my parents and I did enjoy our meal and the overall ambiance of the place. We relaxed and let the chef pamper us. Would I recommend it. Definitely for the snacks and appetizers and if you still have space for more experiment off the main courses.”

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Kid-friendly places

Popular kid-centric blog, Kids Stop Press, lists three of our restaurants as kid-friendly places in Mumbai.

“Copper Chimney Worli: Healthy, hygienic food with great service. Its open to families with kids even for dinner and you can never go wrong with Indian food and children. The paneer, roti, dal is something that always works well with kids. Try the Paneer tikka as well for appetizers its not spicy and very fresh.”

“Spaghetti Kitchen: Located across the city this chain has some healthy Italian treats for kids and is quite child friendly.”

“Bombay Blue: From Nachos, to Indian style enchilladas & tacos to channa bhatura they have it all. Again spread across many locations it makes it quite popular with parents & kids.”

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