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TYGR: Mumbai's Newest Thai Restaurant

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What Makes It Awesome?

TYGR is a newly opened modern Asian restaurant in Mumbai. The restaurant is pretty spacious and ambience is modern with yellow lights and Asian vibes. We visited this place for Lunch and still, the place was pretty occupied so we do recommend you to book your table in advance. With a separate menu of drinks and food, their menu is vast and has lot of options for Vegetarians and Non-Vegetarians to select from along with a separate menu for JAIN people – yeah you read it right and now JAINS have great options too.
Coming to our food experience, below are the list of food and drinks which we relished:
One of the good things is that both senior bartenders were scouted from one of the renowned bars in London and after we tasted the mocktails, we came to know why.
-Flower Language: One of the Thai phrase which means someone who speaks using tender and poetic verse and fits perfectly to this drink too which consisted of Seedlip Garden, Rose, Strawberry, Kafirand Lemon Grass presented beautifully with a flower on the top. Loved the flavor of this one.
-Gold Leaf on the Back – Another non-alcoholic in house specialty, this name is taken from a Thai proverb which means to do things well without seeking attention. This one had a mixture of Seedlip Spice, Hibiscus tea, Pandan Syrup, Lime and ginger. Really amazing in taste too.

-Avocado Carpaccio: This is a cold appetizer served on a water-filled plate which was not only unique in presentation but in taste too. Thin sliced Avocados which were topped with lemon dressing, ginger, own in-house vinegar, and Thai chilli herbs.

-Rice Flower Dumpling: This was a hot appetizer which was again served in a unique way. Rice Flower Dumplings were made from potato and wheat starch including water chestnuts corn and leek tossed in Asian flavours, topped with tamarind chutney.
-Veg Pizzette: A cold appetizer which was delicious. Crunchy corn tortillas flatbread base topped with tomato sauce, mushroom, edamame seeds, and sun-dried tomatoes, topped with spicy mayo and Parmesan cheese.
-Tempura Cakes: Presented on a bed of dried grass and wooden bark, another dish which was really too good. Semi-open Tempura balls made from flour corn starch filled with Samble filling mayo and sweet chilli sauce.
-Lotus Steam: Served in the fish-shaped serving plate, crispy lotus stem were fried with bird eye chilli and honey. A little spicier but were good.
-Stuffed Mushrooms with Corn & Cheese: Mushrooms stuffed with mashed corn and cheese, had a nice flavor.

-Pomelo Salad: A healthy option presented beautifully in a fish-shaped serving plate which had beans, onions, black-eyed beans chopped and sweet chilli sauce.

-Green Curry: A Thai Green aromatic curry, made with coconut milk, basil leaves, kafir lime, Thai chillis, and lemongrass.
-Massaman Veg Curry: Another Thai specialty, red curry consisting of coconut milk cream, Thai spices along with exotic vegetables was served.
-Steamed Jasmine Rice: Steamed Jasmine Rice went well with both of the above curries.
-Pad Thai Vermicelli Noodles: A perfect Thai staple main course consisting of vermicelli noodles topped with soya sauce peanuts, sprouts and some veggies.

Chocolate Fudge – An in-house signature dessert which should not be missed. Again we were wowed by the presentation. On the dish, circular lemon flavor lines were made on which the chocolate mousse fudge was topped with mascarpone cheese cream and fruit caramelized sugar dots, served with a scoop of raspberry ice-cream. It was a delightful dessert to end the meal in a perfect way.

Overall, Not only is the plating perfect but even the design of the plates and food serving style is unique and nice along with a great taste of food. Staff is really courteous, has knowledge of the food and gives amazing recommendations. We would like to extend our special thanks to Chef and Our table caretaker as well as the Manager for hosting us and providing lovely service and delicious food and drinks. I am definitely visiting back to try other delicacies and also would recommend this restaurant to my readers. We had an exceptional gastronomical experience.

How Much Did It Cost?

₹1,000 - ₹3,000

Best To Go With?

Bae, Family, Big Group, Kids