Casual Dining

Olive Garden

Borivali West, Mumbai
4.2

Satya Sai Krupa Building, Satya Nagar, RM Bhattad Road, Borivali West, Mumbai

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A New Addition With Inherent Calmness, Beautiful Decor And Quality Food

What Makes It Awesome?

The architect has done a commendable job and wisely divided the place into multiple cosy sections in Olive Garden. I liked the overall set up and use of artificial tubers to provide garden-like feel. A bar-like the area is located in the outdoor which in turn has seating options. Uplifting music added to the calmness. Food menu mainly comprised of Italian, Chinese, Continental and Indian cuisines. -Banarasi Paan Berry: Excellent mocktail served in a martini glass and garnished with a pan. Moderately sweet and refreshing. -Khow Suey Soup: This traditional appetizer has the right amount of ingredients and consistency. The of coconut milk not overpowering and the peanuts provided additional crunch to the dish. -Dahi Kabab: This deep-fried starter has a mix of veggies, curd and a small amount of cheese enveloped in thin sheet bread coated with crumbs. We asked for mint chutney and they obliged. -Flatbread (Bruchetta) With Pasta: Garlic bread topped with cheese, chilly, capsicum and elbow pasta. A novelty and tastewise good. -Pav Bhaji Fondue: The highlight of the day. Bhaji was prepared medium spicy and thick consistency. The bread croutons served alongside was fresh and mildly buttered. -Chinese Pot Rice: Chinese fried rice type of dish topped with the gravy prepared with carefully chosen ingredients. It was served hot in a communal pot. Star anise spice flavour on point. Interest in Chinese cuisine then this can be ordered. Ambience complimented with food for an amazing experience.

How Much Did It Cost?

₹1,000 - ₹30,00

Best To Go With?

Family, Bae, Big Group.

Casual Dining

Olive Garden

Borivali West, Mumbai
4.2

Satya Sai Krupa Building, Satya Nagar, RM Bhattad Road, Borivali West, Mumbai

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