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Mustard Marries Bengali & French Food In A Beautiful Setting


    Set in a stunning, tastefully decorated villa, this garden restaurant wins with locals and tourists alike for amazing food, super warm hosts & chefs, and the restaurant’s attention to details.

    Why Should I Go There?

    What I love about Mustard is that the chefs are always reinventing the menu – so you never know what you’ll find, but it’s always really good.

    I’d recommend checking with Poonam {one of the owners} or their chef to recommend a dish. I personally have tried everything on their current menu and loved each and everything – right down to my sangria.

    Who's It For?

    Big groups, small groups, couples looking for a romantic night, families, and friends who are serious about their food. They’re also open to small party bookings- so if you’re hosting a intimate celebration, they’re an option.

    The ambience is beautiful and classic, with chandeliers, wicker chairs, an outdoor and indoor seating options… and a welcome change from shacks.


    Don’t forget to check out the Freedom Tree store which is within the premises. If you’re inspired by Mustard’s decor, you can pick up a thing or two to take back home from the store. Also, it’s a little expensive, but totally worth- so save it for an occasion, or if you’re fond of savouring really good food.