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Bina S. - Burrp User

Bina S.

April 29,2015
3.5

A real treat!

Delicious and an excellent atmosphere. As soon as we walked in we felt like we were in someone's home (with delicious food). It's a very relaxed, informal and friendly environment with long tables for communal meals and Californian inspired dishes. The menu is varied and extensive, wines were lovely and staff were great. Go for a long and leisurely meal with a big group. In all well crafted food and beverages and impeccable service. I recommend it!
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RADHAKrishna 9393 - Burrp User

RADHAKrishna 9393

March 28,2015
4.0

Real food lovers dream

Amazing ambience. They have a long community table on the ground floor and their menu changes daily. All the variants -truffle mushroom soup to soft shell tacos –everything was delicious. Kale salad is a very brilliantly cooked dish. Mushroom ravioli, spaghetti pesto and asparagus Rissot well all nicely cooked with balanced sausages. The service was also very prompt and courteous. A bit on the expensive side but worth every bit.
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Bhavesh 1127 - Burrp User

Bhavesh 1127

March 28,2015
3.4

Perfect Fine Dining!

One of Mumbais best restaurants.The Table ws launched by a pair of Indian restaurateurs and a young American chef from San Francisco. The loft upper floor is perfect for romantic dinners, while below a large communal table extends frm the bar for a more lively n social setting. The small plates tend to be the best, with particularly high marks for the zucchini "spaghetti" in a light buttery sauce with almonds, the tuna tataki, the spicy lamb burgers, and the meatballs, smothered in sauce and topped with cheese and fried onions. The large plates dont disappoint either.
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Navya P - Burrp User

Navya P

February 28,2015
3.4

really nice

One of the most expensive places, also one of the classiest where one must go for having a different experience. Been here with roommate as it was her birthday and we both decided to try it out. Decided to share the zucchini spaghetti –portion was really tiny which pinches when one looks at the price for the same-but it tastes like nothing else. Simply magical. Also tried the Grilled Tenderloin which was great but nothing beats the spaghetti. A high class place with very attentive, international level service staff.
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Asha Nath - Burrp User

Asha Nath

January 25,2015
3.6

Very expensive,though very good!

One of the most famous places, no doubt it is super 5 star ambiance, with excellent service to match! Feel like sitting in a posh place, please visit here then! My daughter had mac n cheese and said it was the best she had! I liked the spaghetti I ordered and my hubby loved the Quesedillas he ordered,so quality and presentation wise definitely top notch,no doubt about that, but expensive like anything too! Save it for special occasions.
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JULIA  DATT - Burrp User

JULIA DATT

October 09,2014
3.6

Eloquent and classy

Initially discouraged by the tapas-style menu (I prefer to commit to single, large meals) I gingerly ordered the grilled calamari with chilli-almond pesto, fregola, confit tomato and black olive. My experience with dining in India is that calamari is rarely served grilled, so if you see it, hold on for dear life.

When it arrived, I judged the dish by its cover - small, chopped up bits of calamari hardly discernable to the eye. I was instantly irritated by the 'dumbing down' of the dish; do these people think calamari can't be broken down by teeth? Where's the fun if it's already been mashed up for us?

Grumbling, I took a bite. My tastebuds all of a sudden started singing hymns of praise - the delicateness of the squid coupled with the bite of the pesto and sweetness of the tomato resulted in what can only be described as a taste-gasm. Give me more!

The yellowfin tuna tataki with avocado, tomato gelée and sesame vinagrette was amazingly fresh (something you learn not to take for granted with Japanese in Mumbai) not to mention light with a perfect balance of flavours.

Avocado and raw fish are two companions which should never be separated and The Table seems to understand that. It would have been nice however, to have been offered wooden chopsticks to preserve the taste and authenticity of the dish.

When I was advised to try the lamb mini-burgers, I scoffed. How good can sliders be? And why would a fine dining establishment bother serving them? Again I was mistaken. These little guys were treated just like steak, cooked to instructed perfection at medium and not a second overdone. The balance of tzaziki perfectly ironed out the spice of the lamb, leaving a clean after-taste.

Expecting a spectacular finale, I was underwhelmed by the 'large plate' of roasted rawas with spinach. After the perfect composition of the previous three dishes, it seemed large and clumsy; definitely not a dish which could warrant more than a few bites.

The Dom Perignon on hand was not chilled to perfection as one would expect, which was a sore disappointment.

While the downstairs decor of the restaurant was acceptable, the ambience of the upstairs floor failed to make an impact with its lack of charm and uniqueness.

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