Swing By This Bandra Eatery For Sumptuous Burgers, Chicken Wings & More
What Makes It Awesome?
Between Breads is a boutique burger place situated in the bustling streets of Bandra on 16th road just behind Linking Road. On the ambience front, it’s a pretty small place that holds 14 odd people on full capacity but still has a warm and cosy vibe so you can enjoy your time with your bae. The staff is courteous and helpful in selecting food. The wait time isn't too high given that they make everything only when you order it. Coming to what I had out there: Canteen Cold Coffee (Rating 4/5) – Our standard cold coffee indeed, however, the taste was much better than I had expected. It's probably the safest choice to order out there, though they have pretty great options like brownie, oreo, banoffee, and salted caramel with bacon. The Buff Wuff chicken wings (Rating 5/5) – I was pretty apprehensive at first when they came. The size of the wings was large enough, and they were packed with spicy flavours as expected. The spicy glaze is so good, and the dish is value for money. I highly recommend this. The Chick Flick chicken burger (Rating 5/5) – I love burgers, so if I think it was a 5/5, then there must be something special about this variant. The chicken patty was so moist and juicy that I ended up leaving the bread. It's very well-tacked with that melting cheese and egg fry at the top. The Chicken Not So Little (Rating 4/5) – If you are someone who loves KFC-style chicken burgers, then this is the best bet for you. It comes with sriracha dressing and is a delicious treat to devour. They add a generous amount of chicken in the burger, which is a plus for me, however, I felt that the chicken was slightly over fried. Overall, I believe this place offers something more than the famous brands, and I would love to visit them again.
What Could Be Better?
Beetroot & Feta Toast (Rating 3.5/5) – I imagined oodles of flavours from this dish, but somehow it didn’t meet my expectations. The beets were sprinkled over an exotic multigrain bread over a cheesy spread and topped with sprinkles of feta. It could have been better if it was well-seasoned.
How Much Did It Cost?
INR 500 - INR 1,000
Best To Go With?
Bae, Kids, and Family.